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Reenacting Hubert FichteOct 1 Berlin, ACUD KunsthausOct 2 Hamburg, Golem
2016, Oct 10: Sharon Macdonald, Tony Bennett & Arjun Appadurai– THING2016, Nov 3: Kader Attia, Françoise Vergès and others – BODY
2016, Nov 18, Dec 15 and 16
By Rimini Protokoll2016–2018
September – Dezember 2016
HKW out and about
2016, Sept 18, Nov 18, Dec 15 & 16
2016, Oct 1 and 2
50 Years of Beat and Prose – Reenacting Hubert Fichte
Dictionary of Now
100 Years of Now
Lecture performance with music, film, discussions50 Years of Beat and Prose – Reenacting Hubert Fichte
Lectures, discussionsDictionary of Now
Lecture performance, dialogues, talkDictionary of Now
Film screening and conversationSoundtracks
HKW is closed until the end of 2016 and is now Out and About with projects in Berlin, Hamburg and Munich. Following our reopening in January 2017, collaborative projects will also take us to New York, Düsseldorf, Dresden, Zürich and other cities.
The migration scholar Nanna Heidenreich talks about her three-part project “Soundtracks”. Discussing the works by Constanze Fischbeck, Philip Scheffner, an...
War and displacement go hand in hand. The author Stefan Zweig describes what the historian Jörn Leonhard underlines in his analysis of the First World War –...
Berlin, ACUD KunsthausHamburg, GolemThe pop star author: On October 2, 1966, young Hubert Fichte read from his unfinished novel Die Palette (The Palette) at the Star-Club. In his book, the queer ethnographer was the first to portray a West German underground scene. A reenactment will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the evening at ACUD in Berlin and Golem in Hamburg.
Ethnologisches Museum BerlinMuseums stage objects as testimonies of specific narratives. How do these museum things articulate the global order and supplant alternative narratives? What meanings do they adopt in the context of the dynamics of globalization and decolonization?
By Rimini ProtokollWhat stakeholders and networks are gaining influence in the post-democracy? Until 2018 the writer-director collective Rimini Protokoll surveys examples of post-democratic phenomena in four theatrical productions.
Architecturally and technologically fit for the future: Since May 2016 HKW is undergoing renovations. The building will reopen in January 2017. The Auster restaurant will remain open throughout.
Selected events held between 2007 and today are documented by video recordings of keynote speeches, lectures and debates, podcasts of readings and discussions, picture galleries and program trailers.
Until 2018, exhibitions, musical and educational projects, discourses and plays will deal with the global transformations and classification systems that emerged from the First World War.
On the occasion of the 2nd meeting of the Anthropocene Working Group, Aug/Sep 2016, at the 35th International Geological Congress in Cape Town: Recordings, e. g. of the forum accompanying the 1st meeting 2014 at HKW, publications, picture gallerie and program information.