The BAS associate Lisa Glauer presents her dissertation "...später baut sie Atomschiffe. - Industrie- u. Militärgerätedarstellungen aus Muttermilch: zur Unsichtbarkeit weiblicher Akteure in der Kunst". Congratulations.
Our fellow Lisa Glauer will show some of her work in the group exhibition "How To Beat The February Blues" at The Ballery Berlin.
The second lecture in the frame of the Einstein-Circle "bod - y - motion: Zur Rolle von Körper und Emotionen in künstlerischen und wissenschaftlichen Praktiken“ features Martin Hirsch from the Parmenides Foundation Munique who will provide insight into his work in the area of psychomotility, artificial intelligence and activation of thinking.
Övül Durmusoglu & DA Heraklion (artist collective) Soll ich bleiben oder gehen? With Lisa Glauer & Jan Verwoert
Judith Raum, member of the advisory board of BAS and Judith Raum, alumna of the Graduate School, take part in the symposium “Was war Design?“ by the Institute for History and Theory of Design at Berlin University of the Arts.
The BAS associate Kiran Kumar will present his performance “Archipelago Archives Exhibit #1: Dear Dead Dancer” as part of the SODA Works Festival at HZT that celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Master program Solo Dance Authorship.
The Einstein Circle “body – y- motion“ starts off with a lecture by author and philosopher Alva Noë at UdK Berlin. He examines the question how bodies and emotions form artistic and scientific practices.
The symposium creates the framework for a cross-disciplinary dialogue between art & society. We improvise in all contexts and on all scales: in manageable situations and with regard to serious issues in public contexts and under precarious conditions
The BAS associate Lisa Glauer takes part in the exhibition “Tunnel below / Skyjacking above: deconstructing the border“ at nGbK in Berlin.
In the frame of lab:present, Jan Verwoert speaks to the question »Wie verhalten sich Abstraktion und Materialität zueinander (in zeitgenössischer Kunst und Wissenschaft)?«.
The two-day workshop will explore new forms of collaboration between the arts and physics. The workshop participants in Berlin will work with students in Canada via skype conference.
The evening will lead you into the exciting worlds of Kairos Theory, a concept for “Creating Perfect Moments Together” with ensembles of humans and machines, and “Contemporary Instrument Design and Performance practice”, as it emerges in the 3DMIN project.
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