As part of the BAS colloquium, the gardens & plots series brings together four artistic research projects at the UdK that evolve from (urban) gardens and plots as sites of research and collaboration
The conference provides a forum for scientific and artistic contributions from various fields that address questions of the critical organisation reorganisation of human thought, feeling and action.
Feral Encounters is an interdisciplinary, community-building weekend exploring dance and performance practices and is part of the gardens & plots colloquium series
BAS Associates Alex Viteri & Shuntaro Yoshida are part of the interdisciplinary conference "Non-machines: Playground of Perspectives" at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
Our colleague Max Liebstein exhibits together with other students of Klasse Streuli in the Liebermann Villa on Lake Wannsee
The event on Iranian protest art and international solidarity at Wolf Kino is funded by the Einstein Foundation and supported by the BAS of the UdK Berlin
Call for Short Films and Video Arts Entries for the project “Because Of", promoting the rights of women and minorities in Middle Eastern countries. The event will take place at the Wolf Kino Berlin and is funded by the Einstein Foundation Berlin
A sensory and immersive fermentation workshop with our associate Shuntaro Yoshida, part of the Hospitality Project series by the Asian Performing Artists Lab
Two-day hybrid event with keynotes, discussions and artistic contributions through which we aim to sharpen our understanding of research and the importance of collaborative practices at an art university today
Third edition of the Artists at Risk (AR) event series with our associate Hamed Soleimanzadeh at Floating University
Our associate Daria Koltsova is among the participating artists of the exhibition, which was conceived on the occasion of the 1100-year anniversary of the city of Goslar
Open space for sharing experiences, networking and developing projects
Interdisciplinary and cross-faculty colloquium with Constanze Hein, Hannes Hoelzl, Adnan Softić and Britta Withmüller
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.
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”.
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.
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
What has happened so far...