"The one world you knew never existed." A project with performances, exhibition and talks by the fellows and associates of the Graduate School, Yalda Afsah, Neslihan Arol, Anthony Green, Rindon Johnson, Mariam Mekiwi, Didem Pekün and Romily Alice Walden, curated by Jan Verwoert.
Klaus Spiess and our former fellow Lucie Strecker present the performative installation “Microbial Keywording” in the framework of “Reading Bodies! Cruising Corpoliteracy in Arts, Education and Everyday Life” at HKW Berlin.
The program of this year's Arsenal Summer School will feature a talk and work by alumna Clarissa Thieme titled "Can't You See Them?" – The Library Hamdija Kreševljaković Video Archive Sarajevo – Artistic Strategies with and Collaborations Resulting from Subjective Testimony.
After three years of dialogic exchange with physists of the nuClock research groups, Alumna Kerstin Ergenzinger is showing her works ‘Pluvial’ and ‘the Wanderer: Timekeeper’ at the Atominstitut in Vienna.
Die neue vierkanälige Videoarbeit “-o-:06:19” unserer aktuellen Stipendiatin Romily Alice Walden wird als Teil des Adam Reynolds Memorial Stipendiums mit Shape Arts im Baltic29 in Newscastle gezeigt.
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.
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.
“Wherever You Are I’ll Find You” is a two month Google Maps Residency. Our fellow Romily Alice Walden will be mapping sick, crip and disabled care networks across physical and digital spaces.
Fellow Yalda Afsah will celebrate the opening of her solo exhibition Quissac this Thursday at FRAGILE here in Berlin.
Our former fellow Lucie Strecker takes part in the “Understanding – Art & Research” exhibition at MAK in Berlin in the frame of her Elise Richter PEEK research project “The Performative Biofact”.
Our associate Rindon Johnson and Precious Okoyomon hold a Reading at KW in Berlin.
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.
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