The Graduate School proudly presents its new publication “Research Environments – Reflections on the Value of Artistic Processes”.
Our current fellow Alex Martinis Roe will give a two day workshop in London.
Care Of Editions, the project of our former fellow Gary Schultz, is presenting two upcoming events.
Our fellow Ralf Baecker will contribute to the Tektonics Act Festival in South Korea: Four days of exhibition, workshops, lectures, artist talks, panel discussions, performances, and screenings made by leading Asian and international talent.
Our alumna Tanja Ostojić will take part in the one-day conference & exhibition titled “Multiple Europes and/in Berlin -Einschlüsse, Ausschlüsse, Identitäten und Ungleichheiten“ which will be simultaneous interpreted (German-English).
How can you bring personal material to the stage and make the audience laugh?
Our Alumna Agnes Meyer-Brandis and the GTN will start a measuring campaign and several Tea Sessions around in Bern, Switzerland.
Tea & Darkness Jeremiah Day / Aaron Hughes Kaiserslautern / Tilburg / Berlin – December 2015 Mini-Tour
Our alumna Valentina Karga is doing her performance Market For Immaterial Value at Athens Biennale.
On 21st November, our alumnus Anthony Iles is presenting the new publication “Anguish Language: Writing and Crisis” among other participating editors at Archive Kabinett.
Symposium with exhibition and performances from international artistic postgraduate programmes
Congratulations to our alumna Eva Könnemann who was awarded the Deutscher Kurzfilmpreis 2015 for her film titled “Das offenbare Geheimnis”.
SDVentures and Laboratoria present a pop-up exhibition of contemporary technological art entitled SUPERCONDITION on 6th and 7th November 2015.
Our alumna Tanja Ostojić was honored with spezial commendation at the Hans and Lea Grundig Prize 2015.
Our freelance worker Hendrik Quast presents with his duo Quast&Knoblich the performance titled “Fortune Teller“ at the International Performance Festival Works at Work in Denmark.
Two works by our fellow Azin Feizabadi are presented at this year’s 2. Berliner Herbstsalon taking place from 13th to 29th November.
Congratulations to our alumna Judith Raum who was awarded the Villa-Romana prize 2015 among other artists.
Among other composers, our former fellow Genoël von Lilienstern debuts a new composion in the frame of the collaborative project called “Devices and Desires”of the Berlin ensemble Adapter and the Neue Vocalsolisten at the Theatre P1 in Stuttgart.
The “Internationale Schlepper- und Schleusertagung (ISS)” takes place in the congress hall of the Münchner Kammerspiele from 16th to 18th October.
Upcoming exhibitions in the frame of alumna Agnes Meyer-Brandis´ Forschungsfloss.
A Collective Memory: a process of construction in constant deconstruction
Our fellow Lizza May David will contribute to UGAT – AGOS, an introduction to a Filipino network of cultural and academic communities in Berlin, in form of her artistic works as part of the exhibition and an artist talk with the curator Paz Guevara on “Migrant Tales”.
Erick Manana and our lovely research fellow and coordinator Jenny Fuhr perform at together at the Kölner Musiknacht.
Our alumna Judith Raum launches her book ‘eser’, based on her project at the Graduate School, followed up by a conversation between her and Sabeth Buchmann at Archive Books Berlin.
Sign – Body – Instrument: About the development of technological artefacts
We are happy to announce that our fellow Ralf Baecker and former fellows Agnes Meyer-Brandis and Lucie Strecker.
Our former fellow presents his catalogue ‘Relational Conditions’ with a live-electronic performance at daadgalerie in Berlin.
We congratulate our alumna Agnes Meyer-Brandis who recieved the Award of Distinction at Ars Electronica 2015 for her project ‘Teacup Tools’ in the category Hybrid Art.
We are happy to announce that our fellow Ralf Baecker was awarded an Honorary Mention at the Prix Ars Electronica 2015 for his project ‘Mirage’ in the category Hybrid Art.
‘Market for Immaterial Value’ is an ongoing project by our alumna Valentina Karga and Pieterjan Grandry and has been developed during the Vilém Flusser Residency for artistic research 2015.
Our Alumna Valentina Karga contributes to the spatial storytelling project ‘A Soft Tragedy’ by Lorenzo Sandoval. It is conceived as a ‘navigable plot’ taking place along the Landwehr Canal which presents a raft journey narrated by a collective voice of writings, interventions, and artworks.
Our alumno Ulrich Urban takes part in the group exhibition ‘gib’ mir das sommerloch’ with works by the artists Ivonne Dippmann Neal Fox David Fryer Douglas Gordon Daniel Kannenberg Markus Keibel Martin Kippenberger Robert Montgomery Pola Sieverding Ulrich Urban Christopher Winter Michel Würthle When? Reception: 14th of August 2015, 6 – 10pm Exhibition: 29th of July – 29th of August 2015 Where? Anna Jill Lüpertz Gallery Potsdamer Str. 98a (2nd courtyard) 10785 Berlin For further information regarding the exhibition please contact: email@example.com
Our fellow Lizza May David takes part in the current group exhibition Stop Look Listen in Manila, Philippines.
Our research fellow/coordinator Jenny Fuhr performs at this year’s UHURU Festival with her Madagascar Roots Quintet.
Our fellow Lizza May David is part of the group exhibition titled ‘Exoten’ in Sint-Niklass, Belgian.
Our alumna Echo Ho and Gogo J present sound installations and objects under the title ‘Der andere Blick’ at the Kirchgarten St. Mauritius in Cologne.
On 13th July, Bjoern Erlach provides insight into various creative approaches to technology in the concert situation at his salon ‘Technology and Performance Practice’.
Hendrik Quast, freelancer at the Graduate School, and Maika Knoblich present their durational performance titled “Der Ur-Forst” at the Impulse Festival on 20th June 2015.
In June, our former student employee Martin Küpper moderates three events which are organised by the Gesellschaft für Dialektische Philosophie (society for dialectical philosophy) in honour of the philosopher Hans Heinz Holz.
Our alumna Agnes Meyer-Brandis takes part in the special exhibition „On The Edge. Artists in Dialogue with Humboldt University Collections“ in the Tieranatomisches Theater.
The Graduate School is happy to announce that our alumna Tanja Ostojić takes part in the exhibition Homosexuality_ies in the Deutsche Historisches Museum Berlin (DHM).
Our alumna Lucie Strecker takes part in “ENTROPY”; a performative, pataphysical installation on the present.
Bestiarium - The fellow of the Graduate School of the Berlin University of the Arts, Nuria Nuñez Hierro
Alex Martinis Roe Our Future Network Concepts, stories and other enactments
The works of our fellow Nuria Nuñez Hierro will be presented at the Spanish Broadcast Festival Mixtur on 30th May 2015.
The Graduate School is happy to announce that Klaus Spiess and our alumna Lucie Strecker received the Honorary Mention at Ars Electronica 2015 for their project ‘Hare’s Blood +’.
Our alumnus Ulrich Urban opens on Friday, 29th May 2015, his solo exhibition “Modus inter Modes” in Düsseldorf.
Our Fellow Lizza May David takes part in the exhibition “Contemporary Transnational Journeys and Liaisons” in Manila.
Our alumna Echo Ho is honoured with the solo exhibition “welcome to the house of bats” in Leverkusen.
Our fellow Jeremiah Day gives a performance in the framework of the group exhibition “exclude/include. Alternate Histories” at the project space Castrum Peregrini in Amsterdam on 14th May 2015.
In the framework of “Who owns my city?” Bureau Europa and Van Eyck invited our fellow Jeremiah Day to give a talk about his research on urban development and the contentious history of the M32 and the impact it had on the lives of Bristol residents.
The exhibition displays outcomes from a six-month-long research project with artists from the LensBased Class of Prof. Hito Steyerl and took place at the University of the Arts Berlin.
From Friday, May 1st, our alumni fellow Tanja Ostojić will show videos of her very first performances at Die Neue Aktionsgalerie Berlin (DNA).
Tropes in Painting - A roundtable talk about painting as a mode of social practice, initiated by Lizza May David
Crying is all too easy – Female humour in crisis The Crisis Center for Female Humour introduces itself
Our fellow Ralf Baecker takes part in the artist-talk at the Fiber-Festival in the Netherlands, where he discusses questions like: What is the poetic relationship between the physical matter and rational processes of a computer? In our everyday use of computers and machines, we tend to forget their materiality.
Our fellow Ralf Baecker, whose artistic research focuses on revealing the manifold processes that take place behind the virtual interfaces of our everyday objects, shows his work within the solo exhibition “The Secret of the Machines” at the Kapelica Gallery in Slovenia.
Our fellow Azin Feizabadi and Kaya Behkalam will take part in the exhibition “Polyphonies“ curated by Véronique Leblanc with their project “The Negotiation“ in Montreal.
Promovendenkolloquium der Fakultät Gestaltung
The public lecture “Post-digital […] sucks […]“ with Florian Cramer and Paul Feigelfeld takes place at Berlin University of the Arts Berlin at 10th April 2015.
In conversation with Amy Bryzgel Our alumna Tanja Ostojić is invited to have a conversation with Dr. Amy Bryzgel about “Feminism, Markets, Migration” in the King’s College Conference Centre at the University of Aberdeen.
One of our fellows, Ralf Baecker, will take part in the symposium „Variable World“ organised by AVANT and LEAP.
The artistic works and archival research of our former fellow Judith Raum about the German economic colonialism in the Ottoman period are presented in an extensive installation in Turkey.
The film “STRAUB” by our former fellow Stefan Hayn will be presented on screen in April 2015.
Our fellow Jeremiah Day’s presents his first solo exhibition in Germany under the title The Frank Church – River of No Return Wilderness at Arratia Beer.
With the exhibition History is a Warm Gun the Neue Berliner Kunstverein continues to present the works of their fellows who participate in the working scholarship for Fine Arts by the Berliner Senate; among them is our former fellow Eva Könnemann.
The Libreria delle donne shows “Una storia dal Circolo della rosa” created by our fellow Alex Martinis Roe.
The Philippine Studies Series Berlin and our fellow Lizza May David will jointly hold a panel discussion with Filipino participants of the Berlinale Talents 2015.
Our scholar Lizza May David and Claudia Liebelt will present their documentary “Cycles of Care” at the event „Geister der (Haus-)Arbeit – Zur Verschränkung von Feminismen und Migration“ in Hamburg: W3 – Werkstatt für internationale Kultur und Politik e.V.