In June the two-day Salon special edition "Choreo-graphic Figures: Deviations from the Line" will take place, consisting of a performance lecture and a workshop with Alex Arteaga, Emma Cocker, Nikolaus Gansterer and Mariella Greil.
Can deconstructing socialist era media technology and connecting it to the present day offer alternative readings of our critical entanglement with technology?
How does the sound of a place carry its memories? And what could the sonic teach us about unstable grounds? A talk and concert with fellow Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari, guest Roni Brenner with his prepared guitar and Jan Verwoert.
Based on the inextricable difference between event and re-presentation, "Performing the Archive" examines artistic strategies of translating, transfering and approaching communicative blank spaces that are our singular experiences.
Mit Eleni Ikoniadou, Nathanja van Dijk, Thom Laepple und Sebastian Schwesinger. In dem Salon "Acts of Orientation" gibt Kerstin Ergenzinger Einblick in den Entstehungsprozess aktueller Skulpturen und Instrumente, die erkunden, wie man sich an der Grenze von Signal und Rauschen orientiert. Außerdem wird die Publikation "Navigating Noise" vorgestellt.
The “Lexicon of Tanjas Ostojić" - Book Launch (Engl.) With Dr. Suzana Milevska, Tanja Ostojić and Tatjana Tanja Ostojić
Övül Durmusoglu & DA Heraklion (artist collective) Soll ich bleiben oder gehen? With Lisa Glauer & Jan Verwoert
Archipelago Archives Exhibit #4: Cultures of Knowing / Knowing of Cultures with fellow Kiran Kumar, Kiwi Menrath, Daniela Hahn
Political depression hits hard when the horizon of action shrinks to zero, as we gasp at how absurdity trumps reality. What could action be born from? Bergson and Lispector say: the stream of life.
Fellows Zeynep Tuna and Nino Klingler are showing their satirical web-series “Kanal 82” about media censorship in contemporary Turkey. Neslihan Arol (doctoral student at UdK) is presenting "Feminist Approaches to Comedy through Solo Performance Forms".
What knowledge do objects contain, what memories do bodies encompass and what is it that cameras show us? How can art release forces which a medium by itself can barely hope to contain? The evening features performances, screenings and concerts by fellows of the Graduate School of the UdK Berlin.
Inspired by the author Hélène Cixous, Annika Haas examines the semantic and acoustic transitions between writing and speaking, text and sound. An electroacoustic experiment will be provided by Tomomi Adachi.
Marco Donnarumma, research fellow at Graduiertenschule, will host a one-day symposium on the links between body politics, AI computation and ritual performance.
During the first session in 2017, Lisa Glauer is presenting her project “Striplandings”, which deals with the biopolitical facets of the border between San Diego and Tijuana.
The evening will lead you into the exciting worlds of Kairos Theory, a concept for “Creating Perfect Moments Together” with ensembles of humans and machines, and “Contemporary Instrument Design and Performance practice”, as it emerges in the 3DMIN project.
curated by Tanja Ostojić (alumna) and Branko Simić Salon für Ästhetische Experimente in collaboration with KRASS Festival (Kampnagel 2016)
with Judith Raum (alumna, fine artist), Prof. Dr. phil. Rainer Krause (psychoanalyst and affect researcher) and TBA (dancer)
with Nuria Núñez Hierro (current fellow / composer) and her guests Iñigo Giner-Miranda (director) and Àngela Ribera (scene and costume designer) [German]
Introduced and with a performance by Jeremiah Day
by Bjoern Erlach (current fellow) as well as Alan Fabian, Pascal Fendrich, Bernd Härpfer, Siegfried Koepf, Dohi Moon and Christoph Seibert
with Jeremiah Day, Azin Feizabadi, Ralf Baecker, Bjoern Erlach, Nuria Núñez Hierro, Alex Martinis Roe and Lizza May David. Moderated by Jan Verwoert
What does the failure of the culture of participation mean for art, politics and society? Can we still learn from the failure of participatory processes or is it already too late to manage to keep the idea of participation?
Tea & Darkness Jeremiah Day / Aaron Hughes Kaiserslautern / Tilburg / Berlin – December 2015 Mini-Tour
A Collective Memory: a process of construction in constant deconstruction
Sign – Body – Instrument: About the development of technological artefacts
On 13th July, Bjoern Erlach provides insight into various creative approaches to technology in the concert situation at his salon ‘Technology and Performance Practice’.
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
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
Affirmative Practices – An Encounter hosted and organised by Alex Martinis Roe With Marirì Martingengo, Milan Women’s Bookstore Collective, Laura Minguzzi, Milan Women’s Bookstore Collective , Iris van der Tuin, Gender Studies and Philosophy of Science, Utrecht University
The Be All and End All: Rhythm and Repetition
»Vertigo« Vertigo as a Phenomenon of Perception – Vertigo as a Bogus Act With Lucie Strecker and Genoël von Lilienstern
Program of the evening includes: Introduction to the art Art&Economics group, quarterly report and moderation by Tanja Ostojic Film screening by Stefan Hayn Discussion Auction of the special edition of the Art bonds designed by the guest of the evening Stefan Hayn
Deutscher Orientalismus zwischen Kolonialgeschichte und antibürgerlichem Denken
Workshop and lecture “Vernähen und Auftrennen – Suture, Film und Malerei” (Sewing and Ripping Up – Suture, Film and Painting) by Dr. Markus Klammer and Dr. Stefan Neuner
Based on the fate of a 700-year-old liturgical vestment, artist Juliane Laitzsch investigates shifts in meaning and breaks in museum collections over time.
Anthony Iles and Benjamin Noys will lead a workshop focusing on their recent interests in vitalism and critique (Noys), markets, entropy, exhaustion and the end of probability (Iles). The workshop is followed by a film screening of 2 short videos by Downstairs Productions, Ilya Lipkin (US/Germany) & Joen P. Wedel (Denmark).
For LEXICON, Berlin-based artist Tanja Ostojić sought out women with whom she shares her first and last name.