By Rimini ProtokollUntil Mar 25An investigation into the global network of state secrets and intelligence services at the Neues Museum
Which forms of cooperation arise from a new awareness of the human role in interlacing nature and technology?Mar 27Anna Lowenhaupt TsingMay 4Bruno Latour
Apr 6Concerts and audiovisual performances with Amnesia Scanner, M.E.S.H. & Michael Guidetti, Lucrecia Dalt & Regina de Miguel
Exhibition and conferenceApr 13–Jul 9Opening Apr 12How did art react to the crises between the two World Wars?
The discussion series reflects on the capacity of words to both depict and create reality.Apr 19Nikita Dhawan, Christoph Möllers & Sarah Sharma – JUSTICEMay 24Rosi Braidotti, Philippe Descola & Anne Peters – ANIMAL
Apr 26–29Concerts, talks, filmsTracing out the history of percussion, the festival looks for the origin of the beat.With Tony Allen, Terri Lyne Carrington, Theo Parrish, Jlin, Goat, Karl Bartos, and many more
100 Years of Now
By Helgard Kim Haug / Stefan Kaegi / Daniel Wetzel (Rimini Protokoll)Theater productionStaat 1–4
Lecture, discussionAnthropocene Lectures
8 pm: Lucrecia Dalt & Regina de Miguel: V.I.T.R.I.O.L.9 pm: M.E.S.H. & Michael Guidetti: Hesaitix10 pm: Amnesia Scanner: As ChaosConcertsTechnosphärenklänge
Neolithic Childhood. Art in a False Present, c. 1930
Why do states keep secrets from each another and their own citizens? At the Neues Museum, Rimini Protokoll sends the audience on a mission investigating the global network of intelligence services.
The years between the two World Wars were fraught by crises. How the artistic avant-gardes responded to the despairs of their day is explored by the exhibition with works by Max Ernst, Georges Braque, Paul Klee, Toyen, Catherine Yarrow, and many more in addition to many archival materials.
A tribute to the history of the drum set and its players: from Jazz to Detroit House to Afrobeat. Concerts and DJ sets with Terri Lyne Carrington, Jlin (photo), Tony Allen, Theo Parrish, and others, a reading by Karl Bartos, lectures, films, and lots more.
What are the possibilities of life in the ruins of capitalism? Anthropologist Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing explores the entanglements of organisms and their nonliving environment and speaks with curator Bergit Arends.
The fifth edition of Technosphärenkänge invites visitors to immerse themselves into sonic fictions that attempt to render tangible the nascent worlds of post-digital connectivity.With Amnesia Scanner, M.E.S.H. & Michael Guidetti, Lucrecia Dalt & Regina de Miguel
The bauhaus imaginista series of exhibitions and events highlights the impact and reception of the Bauhaus in the context of major twentieth-century geopolitical changes.
A filmed interview with Étienne Balibar and Immanuel Wallerstein by Manuela BojadžijevD: Charles Heller, Lorenzo Pezzani, 2018English original version
Video and audio recordings of selected events
What Comes After Nations?Photo gallery, audio and video recordings of selected eventsConversations and presentations with Arjun Appadurai, Avery F. Gordon, Ramzi Kassem, Brigitta Kuster, David Scott (photo), Samar Yazbek among others
How are global capital and world politics linked under the smoke screen of attempts to “improve” the world? What role do exclusive meetings of the rich and...
With every transformation in the media, images negotiate between levels of the visible and the invisible anew. In 1986 the art theorist and pioneer of the image...
Ed. by Manuela Bojadžijev and Katrin KlinganThe visionary book has been translated into nine languages since 1988. Contributions by Étienne Balibar and Immanuel Wallerstein themselves, by Maria Chehonadskih, Alex Taek-Gwang Lee, Mark Terkessidis, and many others reflect its reception from Buenos Aires to Ankara to Kolkata.
The whole technosphere rests on the mobilization and organization of (energetic) matter. This dossier discusses the criticality of the material world as the spatio-temporal backbone of the technosphere, presents stories of stuff from mining to discarding, and explores the blurring lines between naturalness and artificiality.
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.