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29Saturday, 29 May 2021Saturday, 29. May 2021, 18:00 – 21:00
Round table: Round table: »Situation Berlin«
30Sunday, 30 May 2021Sunday, 30. May 2021, 11:00 – 18:00
Workshop: Workshop: Round tables #1 + #2
27Saturday, 27 November 2021Saturday, 27. November 2021
Neuerscheinung: Out now: Glossary of Urban Praxis. Towards a Manifesto
27Saturday, 27 November 2021Saturday, 27. November 2021, 12:00 – 18:00
Workshop: Workshop: »Towards a Manifesto of Urban Praxis« (fully booked)
29Monday, 29 November 2021Monday, 29. November 2021
Symposium: Symposium: SITUATION BERLIN #2. Towards a Manifesto of Urban Praxis
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Panel: »SITUATION BERLIN #2«

Friday, 26 November 2021, 17:00 – 20:00

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Location: Stadtwerkstatt, Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 11, 10178 Berlin 

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Panel with Amelie Deuflhard (Kampnagel Hamburg), Martina Taig (KÖR Wien), Benjamin Förster-Baldenius (raumlabor Berlin), Barbara Meyer (Schlesische 27 - Kunst und Bildung Berlin) and Brian Holmes (author, activist, artist)

As a continuation of the »SITUATION BERLIN #1« conference held in May by the Initiative Urbane Praxis, a manifesto of urban praxis will be developed at the end of November as part of »SITUATION BERLIN #2: Towards a Manifesto of Urban Praxis«: Who makes the city and with which cultures and practices? How can the right to the city be formulated without dogmatism?

Berlin has long been characterised by independently initiated building projects, self-organised spaces and a rich social culture. The right to the city is fought for and made by many people by means of the arts, design, planning and actions – in short: by Urban Praxis.

The city of Berlin has a large number of experienced actors from the field of »Urbanen Praxis« who do not only do actions in public space. Rather, urban praxis is an independent form of city making often based on many years of expertise, which demands a constant project logic and also a steadfast consistency. In the course of the sometimes crisis-ridden developments of the city, this expertise must drive processes of change, especially in the long term, and not only through occasional project funding.

Post-disciplinary »Urban Praxis« can be divided into three aspects: artistic and curatorial, urbanist and planning-based and design and construction-based, and socio-cultural and activist practice.

At the suggestion of the Rat für die Künste (Council for the Arts), the Initiative Urbane Praxis was created in 2020 with Berlin-wide project partners in order to develop new structural proposals for these challenges at the interface of civil society actors, administration and politics. The Initiative Urbane Praxis is contributing to cultural change in Berlin in order to find out what kind of city we want to live in together in future.

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29Saturday, 29 May 2021Saturday, 29. May 2021, 18:00 – 21:00
Round table: Round table: »Situation Berlin«
30Sunday, 30 May 2021Sunday, 30. May 2021, 11:00 – 18:00
Workshop: Workshop: Round tables #1 + #2
27Saturday, 27 November 2021Saturday, 27. November 2021
Neuerscheinung: Out now: Glossary of Urban Praxis. Towards a Manifesto
27Saturday, 27 November 2021Saturday, 27. November 2021, 12:00 – 18:00
Workshop: Workshop: »Towards a Manifesto of Urban Praxis« (fully booked)
29Monday, 29 November 2021Monday, 29. November 2021
Symposium: Symposium: SITUATION BERLIN #2. Towards a Manifesto of Urban Praxis