neue Gesellschaft
für bildende Kunst

29Saturday, 29 May 2021Saturday, 29. May 2021, 18:00 – 21:00
Round table: Round table: »Situation Berlin«
26Friday, 26 November 2021Friday, 26. November 2021, 17:00 – 20:00
Panel: Panel: »SITUATION BERLIN #2«
27Saturday, 27 November 2021Saturday, 27. November 2021, 12:00 – 18:00
Workshop: Workshop: »Towards a Manifesto of Urban Praxis« (fully booked)
3Wednesday, 03 August 2022Wednesday, 03. August 2022
Neuerscheinung: Out now: Glossary of Urban Praxis. Towards a Manifesto
Workshop

Workshop: Round tables #1 + #2

Sunday, 30 May 2021, 11:00 – 18:00

Address:Online
Open:
Language(s): 
  • German
  • English

Entry: free
Organized by: neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst
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The round tables take place via Zoom and for 20 participants each (the morning and afternoon workshops are identical, so 2 courses can be taken consecutively).
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11:00 – 13:15 1st round table session

Intro (Jochen Becker, Simon Sheikh, Licia Soldavini)

a) Vacant lot – Adam Page & Jesko Fezer

b) Autonomy/Institution – Graziela Kunsch & Simon Sheikh (in English)

c) Accessibility – Malve Lippmann & Can Sungu

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14:30 – 16:30 2st round table session

Intro (Jochen Becker, Simon Sheikh, Licia Soldavini)

a) Vacant lot – Adam Page & Jesko Fezer

b) Autonomy/Institution – Graziela Kunsch & Simon Sheikh (in English)

c) Accessibility – Malve Lippmann & Can Sungu


16:45 – 18:00 
Closing session
with Jochen Becker, Licia Soldavini, the three teams of moderators, and the audience

 

Round tables

a) Vacant lot

Host: station urbaner kulturen - Place Internationale, Berlin-Hellersdorf

»Place Internationale« is both a space for art actions and a cricket pitch, located on a vacant lot bordered by the subway, a refugee home, and apartment blocks. And now the land is to be built over – as usual? Based on radical Belgian architect Lucien Kroll’s experimental approach to the housing projects in Hellersdorf, the potential for alternative artistic planning will be discussed.

Moderation/introduction: Jesko Fezer (Studio Experimentelles Design HFBK Hamburg) & Adam Page (station urbaner kulturen/nGbK Berlin)


b)
Autonomy/Institution

Host: Baupalast Dragoner-Areal Kreuzberg, Berlin-Kreuzberg

Questions of institutionalization are a recurring theme for self-organized initiatives, with regard to both ephemerality and normalization. And indeed, the emergence of an institution is often experienced as the opposite of self-determination, as the stability gained through recognition comes at the price of political and artistic autonomy. We will discuss this issue through the lens of instituting, where social concepts really can be radical and autonomous rather than subject to outside control.

Moderation/introduction: Graziela Kunsch (artist, São Paulo) & Simon Sheikh (writer/curator, Berlin) EN

c) Accessibility

Host: Haus der Statistik, Berlin-Mitte

bi’bak (Turkish for "take a look") is a project space that focuses on transnational narratives, migration, global mobility, and their aesthetic dimensions. At present, Haus der Statistik is hosting their Sinema Transtopia and showing another image of urban society. How can the whole of Berlin access its right to the city? And which idea of Berlin brings diverse social communities together, links distant locations, and offers transnational, (post-)migrant and postcolonial perspectives?

Moderation/introduction: Malve Lippmann, Can Sungu (bi’bak e.V. Berlin)

 

 

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Further Dates

29Saturday, 29 May 2021Saturday, 29. May 2021, 18:00 – 21:00
Round table: Round table: »Situation Berlin«
26Friday, 26 November 2021Friday, 26. November 2021, 17:00 – 20:00
Panel: Panel: »SITUATION BERLIN #2«
27Saturday, 27 November 2021Saturday, 27. November 2021, 12:00 – 18:00
Workshop: Workshop: »Towards a Manifesto of Urban Praxis« (fully booked)
3Wednesday, 03 August 2022Wednesday, 03. August 2022
Neuerscheinung: Out now: Glossary of Urban Praxis. Towards a Manifesto