Archipelago Archives Exhibit #4: Cultures of Knowing / Knowing of Cultures with BAS Associate 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.