Open space for sharing experiences, networking and developing projects
Interdisciplinary and cross-faculty colloquium with Constanze Hein, Hannes Hoelzl, Adnan Softić and Britta Withmüller
Two-day hybrid event with workshops, debates and artistic contributions on the topic of "strangeness" and collaborative practice in research as a follow-up event to the BAS conference in June 2021
The conference aims to provoke, explore and possibly strain questions and critiques of the opportunities and limits of shareability.
The Hybrid Plattform and Futurium invite the public to the second “Hybrid Futures”. Here artists and scientists come together to talk about past and potential visions of the future.
The working group “Decolonial Aesthetics/Practices” of the DFG-Graduiertenkolleg "Das Wissen der Künste" takes up questions of the aesthetic construction of theory, as well as theoretical production of aesthetics in the context of anticolonialism, post- and decoloniality.
In the framework of her artistic FWF research project "The Performative Biofact" and in cooperation with the women’s representative of the Berlin University of the Arts, our alumna Lucie Strecker invites Isabel Burr-Raty to give the workshop "Bio-autonomous Farming" at BAS.
Our associate Neslihan Arol contributed to the book “Staging Gender – Reflexionen aus Theorie und Praxis der performativen Künste” with her thoughts on “Gender in Comedy: Reflections from a Practitioner-Researcher”.
Our employee Lena Loose presents her final project “Bucht” (bay) in the framework of the exhibition Dreizehn in the Reinbeckhallen.
Malagasy guitarist and singer Erick Manana, the group Feo Gasy and the Lokanga Köln Quartet will share the stage at Théatre Jacques Carat. Our employee Jenny Fuhr is one of the musicians.
In the framework of the exhibition "A Word of Warning", our associate Neslihan Arol will hold the workshop "Comedy & Laughter Discussions with Neslihan Arol".
Graduate School associate Rindon Johnson’s 2017 work “It is April” will be shown as part of the film program “Intimate Topographies” of the “Electrified Identities” Cinema Camp in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Our former associate Lisa Glauer will present her work "Onlookers" as part of the group exhibition TERRITORIUM I Tijuana at IMAC - Instituto Municipal de Arte in Mexico.
Our associate Rindon Johnson’s work will be on show at the Brooklyn Museum until December, as part of the show Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall.
In CIRCUMSCRIBE, associate Rindon Johnson examines material and conceptual forms of circulation and containment in relation to capital and consumption, privileging language, images, bodies, and technologies.
In "Landing Strip for the Milky Way", Alumna Lisa Glauer exhibits various series of artwork and light installations using diverse media.
At UdK we often work on the same floor, but are not familiar with the research questions the others are working on. BAS is a platform for networking and exchange.
The DFG Research Training Group “Knowledge in the Arts” invites within the framework of the lecture series "Violence of the Arts" to “Artists as Historians: A Workshop with Black Athena Collective - Heba Y. Amin and Dawit L. Petros”.
As part of the event series “fundamente” organized by Studium Generale at UdK Berlin, Prof. Dr. Stefan Klein and Lisa Glauer, associate at BAS, talk with Prof. Dr. Semir Zeki about “The neurobiology of beauty”.
At Art Laboratory Berlin the book release of “Half Life“ will take place. The book presents 41 artistic positions including BAS associate Lisa Glauer, Graduate School fellow Kerstin Ergenzinger and alumna Agnes Meyer-Brandis.
The Einstein-Circle “body – y – motion“ examines possible interactions and potentials of an interplay between artistic experiment and scientific research. The next guest will be Gesa Ziemer, professor for cultural theory and practice.
Organ kritischer Kunst presents “Leere Sockel / Entfernte Monumente (Empty Pedestals, Removed Monuments) - Video, Fotografie, Installation“, the result of a seminar in the frame of GeDenkOrt.Charité, a project of the Institute for Art in Context at UdK Berlin in cooperation with the Charité Mitte/Berlin, that was initiated by BAS associate Lisa Glauer.
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.
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
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