Exhibitiontransmediale 2017 Until Mar 5, SunThe works in the exhibition ask to what extent a supposedly familiar environment has become “alien matter.”
What Comes After Nations?2017, Mar 23, Thu — 25, Sat
Apr 06, Thu — 09, SunConcerts, films, talks
Mar 09Student congress
Apr 20, Thu – Jul 03, MonExhibitionCurated by Anselm Franke and Hyunjin Kim
Pages from a loose-leaf modernityTang-Chang, Rox Lee and Bagyi Aung SoeApr 21, Fri - Jul 03, MonExhibitionCurated by David Teh
100 Years of Now
2016 – 2019
The special exhibition alien matter asks to what extent our perceived familiar surroundings have become foreign matter. On the closing weekend of March 4 and 5, screenings, conversations and two performances by Laurie Anderson will focus on the themes of language and technology.
One central concept of the political order shapes our present: the nation-state. A forum for research, theory and art is devoted to the current manifestations of the national order of the state, examines its exclusion mechanisms as well as the structural force anchored in it and asks: What is conceivable beyond the nation-state system?
For a period lasting more than a decade, the rightwing extremist group NSU committed an unprecedented series of murders. For a long time, the media, politics, and public authorities excluded the possibility of racist motives (until the moment of self-disclosure). An international discussion on the NSU complex and racism as a structuring element of our contemporary societies.
Berlin students use artistic means to research the migration society. They will discuss their findings at a self-organized congress.
MünchenIn times of global surveillance scandals, purported no-spy agreements and increasing numbers of whistleblower platforms, with Top Secret International (State 1) Rimini Protokoll enter the global web of state secrets and secret services – the state within the state.
What could be a contemporary definition of public benefit housing? For the 100 Years of Now. Journal, architectural historian Anne Kockelkorn explores central...
The international controversy of the housing question, cultural transfers and the Bauhaus: A conversation between HKW director Bernd Scherer, Claudia Perren an...
The third innermost large body in this solar system is ripe with a grand composite formed by the local stew of cosmological, geophysical, and biochemical forces and developed through a long evolutionary process. The technosphere ingresses into this complex interweaving, hijacking the Earth system and modifying it in unforeseeable ways. Among the bits of matter and energy it refashions are some of the fundaments of life and non-life on Earth.
The Online platform reflects the current state of research on the Anthropocene from the perspectives of science, art and civil society. Recently added: contributions to the 2016 Anthropocene Campus.