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21Friday, 21. June 2019, 19:30
Eröffnung: Opening: Exhibition
23Sunday, 23. June 2019, 14:00
Lernort: Learning Place: SOLIDARITY
6Saturday, 06. July 2019, 14:00
Lernort: Learning Place: RESEARCH
20Saturday, 20. July 2019, 14:00
Lernort: Learning Place: WORK
Learning Place

Learning Place: DESIRE

Saturday, 03 August 2019, 12:00 – 19:00

DESIRE

Adress:nGbK event space 1st floor, Oranienstraße 25, 10999 Berlin
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Entry: free
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DESIRE

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All participants receive extensive material in advance.

The nGbK has long since regarded itself as a place where various desires – also, and above all, desires that roam beyond the bounds of heteronormative and patriarchal relationship structures – have been examined from a consciously queer and feminist perspective that does not reduce desire to a physical and/or interpersonal level. At stake is the political potential inherent to expressions of desire.
Which effective strategies have projects devised to gain social leverage, and how could these be used in the future? How can desire continue to assert its place within, as well as beyond, the cultural sector?

With: COVEN BERLIN, Chloe Cooper, Renate Flagmeier, Susanne Huber, Fiona McGovern, Christian Liclair, Gabriele Stötzer, Elena Zanichelli


Schedule:


12:00 
Workshop
With Chloe Cooper (Artist)
(EN)

13:15
Break


Panel 1
How to Formulate Questions Concerning Desire
?
(GER)

13:30 
Introduction
By Vincent Schier and Anna Voswinckel

13:45 
»Research Approach - Overview and Insight«
Lecture by Susanne Huber (Art historian) and Christian Liclair (Art historian) on the Interdisciplinary Research Project »Aesthetics of Desire«

14:15
Break


Panel 2
(GER)

14:30
»About Desire, Social Performance and Freedom of the Arts«
Talk with Elena Zanichelli (Art historian, curator, junior professor for Aesthetics and Aesthetic Theory at the Institute for Art History –  Film Studies  –  Art Education, University of Bremen) and Gabriele Stötzer (Artist and writer)

15:30 
Open discussion with everyone present

16:00 
Break


Panel 3
(GER)

16:30
»Feminist Curating«

Talk with Fiona McGovern (Art historian, writer, curator, junior professor for Curatorial Practice and Art Outreach, University of Hildesheim) and Renate Flagmeier (Senior curator Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge and nGbk member)

17:30
Open discussion with  everyone present

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Further Dates

21Friday, 21. June 2019, 19:30
Eröffnung: Opening: Exhibition
23Sunday, 23. June 2019, 14:00
Lernort: Learning Place: SOLIDARITY
6Saturday, 06. July 2019, 14:00
Lernort: Learning Place: RESEARCH
20Saturday, 20. July 2019, 14:00
Lernort: Learning Place: WORK