Sunday, 16 Feb
Through an overview of “Mestiza” texts and writing practice, this workshop will provide a welcoming space to practice mixed genre writing for self-knowledge and creative expression. First there will be an introductory talk to bring us together in the foundations of intuitive knowledge and storytelling. Then we will engage in holistic writing exercises to tap into relational narratives, both individual and social, and, “......
Thursday, 20 Feb
Animation is a 30-minute sound performance by Wibke Tiarks, in which instances of liveliness are articulated that do not represent specific beings, but rather certain aspects of them which are spelled out sonically to the point where they lose their functional everyday appearance. Doors open at 19h, performance starts promptly at 20h.
Saturday, 22 Feb
with: Sonja Alhäuser, BIEST, Marc Bijl, Norbert Bisky, Kirstin Burckhardt, Yvon Chabrowski, Sandra Dresp, Martin Eder, Thomas Eller, Moritz Frei, Isabella Fürnkäs, AAS Gonzalez Haase, Mathilde ter Heijne, Jens Heller, Vera Kox, Via Lewandowsky, Lina Migic, Frank Nitsche, Nik Nowak feat. Isis Scott, Omsk Social Club, Kerstin Schröder, Sorgen International, Jonny Star,...
Tuesday, 25 Feb
Tokyo-based Japanese artist Manami Uetake works within the mediums of photography, video and text. Her work deals with individual and collective trauma, and how its memory is processed both personally and publicly, especially with regard to public monuments.
Thursday, 27 Feb
The Week After Next
Friday, 6 Mar
On the occasion of his 80th birthday, Timm Ulrichs reviews his previous oeuvre based on 100 selected exhibits commented on by 100 authors at Haus am Lützowplatz (HaL), Berlin. The exhibition starts with an empty room at the opening on March 6, 2020. From the following day on, it will then be filled with one piece of work each day, over a period of exactly 100 days.
Opening afterwards: Gunzi Heil and DJ Timm Ulrichs
March 18th 19h...
Saturday, 7 Mar
In the Fantastic Beings workshop, Spanish multidisciplinary artist Iria Do Castelo will teach you how to build a human-like sculpture using plaster bandages, homemade paper mache, clay and found objects. The workshop is designed to give an opportunity to participants to improve their creative process and explore new paths of sculpture and assemblage together with an established artist.
Sunday, 8 Mar
The workshop Borderlands is based on Anzaldúa’s method of building knowledge production on one’s own experience and on her understanding of border as a space that allows opposites, binaries, paradoxes and contradictions – which coexist within us and bring about constant change – to be brought together.
Through writing exercises, we explore the question: What does it mean for each of us to live in the Borderlands?...
Semra Ertan was born in Turkey in 1957 and moved to her parents in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1972. She worked as a technical draftsperson and interpreter and wrote more than 350 poems. In 1982 Semra Ertan burned herself in Hamburg to set a mark against racism in Germany.
Hosted by District Berlin at the Salon der Amerika-Gedenkbibliothek, Blücherplatz 1, 10961 Berlin