Horizons of Intuition - ways to think and act from within the stream of life from Henri Bergson to Clarice Lispector with Jan Verwoert, visiting professor and head of the Graduate School
In the exhibition “Close, never closer” the fellows of the Graduate School present the work on their individual projects.
Our fellow Darsha Hannah Hewitt presents the European premiere of „The Feedback Babies“ as part of the touring project „Feedback #1" in West Den Haag and two other works at Microwaves Festival in Hong Kong.
Our fellows Zeynep Tuna and Nino Klinger present the pilot episode of “Kanal 82“ together with a performance by German-Turkish stand-up comedian Idil Baydar aka Jilet Ayşe at Eiszeit Kino Berlin in the frame of the exhibition series “NARphotos. Moments from Turkey.“
Our alumna Judith Raum presents in the framework of the exhibition “Syndrome – Im Schatten der Ordnung“ by Maria Manasterny and Deborah Uhde the lecture-performance “GEGENZEIT“ at the Schwartzsche Villa Berlin.
Metropolis M Books published “To Seminar” with contributions by our guest professor Jan Verwoert and alumno Jeremiah Day.
We congratulate our fellow Marco Donnarumma on receiving the Award of Distinction in the category Digital Musics & Sound Art for his performance "Corpus Nil".
Our alumno Azin Feizabadi presents a film reading with his film “UCHRONIA” at the Microscope Gallery in New York.
As part of the group exhibition “Standard International #4 Spatial Clearings” our fellow Kerstin Ergenzinger presents a new light drawing at GLINT in Berlin.
Our alumna Alex Martinis Roe presents her exhibition “To Become Two” at Badischer Kunstverein.
The Haus der Elektronischen Künste Basel shows the work of our alumna Agnes Meyer-Brandis in a solo exhibition with the title “Cloud Cores, Moon Geese and Wandering Trees“.
The BAS associate Lisa Glauer takes part in the exhibition “Tunnel below / Skyjacking above: deconstructing the border“ at nGbK in Berlin.
The exhibition “The Point In Front Is Not The Point In Front Is Not” at Kyoto Art Center in Japan features works of our alumna Judith Seng and Yusuke Taninaka, both currently based in Berlin, and reflects on the relationship between performance and sculpture.
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