final exhibition of the UdK Berlin Graduate School 2021-23
The Graduale is the final exhibition of the Graduate School's fellowship programme. This year's event artistically explores global crises, the reconfiguration of coexistence as well as the quest for justice.
Salon für Ästhetische Experimente is a platform for creative ventures, interventions as well as speculative artistic activites.
Closing event of the fellowship programme of the Graduate School at Haus der Statistik
The event series continues at KW Institute for Contemporary Art featuring a presentation and open conversation with Okhiogbe Omonblanks Omonhinmin
An evening with Adnan and Nina Softić and composer Thies Mynther at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, focusing on an instrument that emits data from the Arctic as sound
As part of our final exhibition "Imagine Something New, Like Justice", the play "Karagörlz" by and with Neslihan Arol will premiere at tak Theatre. Further performances will take place on 24, 25 and 26 September
"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.
A roundtable discussion with Yalda Afsah, Neslihan Arol, Anthony R. Green, Didem Pekün and Romily A. Walden.
In the framework of the exhibition "A Word of Warning", our associate Neslihan Arol will hold the workshop "Comedy & Laughter Discussions with Neslihan Arol".
Graduale is the biannual showcase of the Graduate School programme at the Berlin University of the Arts. This time it examines what art can do now to face up to the bleak mood and still speak through media, data and the body.
Can deconstructing socialist era media technology and connecting it to the present day offer alternative readings of our critical entanglement with technology?
A dancer in a shallow pond of water, a slow-moving live sculpture of being in motion.
Graduale 18 ends with a concert navigating through a repressed geography, a sounding continuum tries to bridge across silent points on the map, its holes.
Podcast by the Graduate School at UdK Rundgang 2018
Kerstin Ergenzinger and Kiran Kumar, fellows of the Graduate School at BAS, and Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari, associate at BAS, are offering a workshop in the context of the Studium Generale program of the University of Arts.
In the exhibition “Close, never closer” the fellows of the Graduate School present the work on their individual projects.
Graduale is the biannual showcase of the Graduate School programme at the Berlin University of the Arts.