100 Years of Now

2015—2019

In its project 100 Years of Now, HKW is undertaking an analysis of the present time by linking back to historical utopias. In the face of a new world disorder in particular, it aims to explore its backgrounds to activate political imagination and aesthetic judgment.

To project

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The Creation of New Learning Spaces

Part of “A New School” With Eduard Kögel, Bayo Amole, Demas Nwoko, Ana Carolina Bierrenbach, moderated by Kathrin Peters English original version Inputs, discussion, May 11, 2019

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Introduction: A New School

With Bernd Scherer, Marion von Osten, Grant Watson English original version Inputs, May 11, 2019

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The Creation of New Art Schools and Their Social Conditions (English, German)

Part of “A New School” With Regina Bittner, Partha Mitter, Suchitra Balasubrahmanyan, Robert Wiesenberger, Simone Hain, moderated by Tom Holert Original version Inputs, discussion, May 11, 2019

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Wrap up: A New School

With Marion von Osten, Grant Watson English original version Inputs, May 11, 2019

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Beyond the Curricula

Part of “A New School” With Gavin Butt, Mark Wigley, Christian Benimana, Sandra Benites, moderated by Olga von Schubert Wrap up session with Marion von Osten and Grant Watson English translation Inputs, discussion, May 11, 2019

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Resisting the Rise of Populist Nationalism

Part of “political imaginista” With Rustom Bharucha, Iris Dressler, Anshuman Dasgupta, Mariko Takagi, moderated by Nataša Ilić English original version Inputs, discussion, Mar 16, 2019

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How to Politicize Art, Technology and Popular Culture

Part of “political imaginista” With John R. Blakinger, Beatriz Colomina, Gloria Sutton, moderated by Christian Hiller English original version Inputs, discussion, Mar 16, 2019

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Rethinking Internationalism (German, English)

Part of “political imaginista” With Alice Creischer, Doreen Mende und Wendelien van Oldenborgh, moderated by Thomas Flierl Original version Inputs, discussion, Mar 16, 2019

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How to Redress Practices of Cultural Appropriation

With Sebastian de Line, Paulo Tavares, featuring a film by Kader Attia, moderated by Susanne Leeb English original version Inputs, discussion, Mar 16, 2019

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Music Travels: Copy Cultures in the Global Mediascape

With Jace Clayton, Marisella Ouma, Geraldine Juárez, moderated by Heiko Hoffmann English original version Talks, Oct 21, 2018

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A conversation about cities and politics, in play and in earnest (German)

With Christophe Kotanyi, Joshua Kwesi Aikins, Christiane Hütter, Christine Scherzinger, Denis Petri, moderated by Dorett Mumme German original version Nov 25, 2018

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Challenged by Sampling. Concepts and Ethics of Quotation

With Lionel Bentley, Tonya Evans, Eberhard Ortland, moderated by Heiko Hoffmann English original version Talks, Oct 21, 2018

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An evening devoted to art and politics, in play and in earnest

With Cesy Leonard, Dmitry Vilensky, Vincent Meessen, Mirjam Schaub, moderated by Petra Stegmann English original version Talk, Nov 9, 2018

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The Most Dangerous Game | Feature (German, English)

Wolfgang Scheppe, Roberto Ohrt, Eleonora Sovrani and Bernd Scherer on the exhibition “The Most Dangerous Game. The Situationist International en route for May ’68”

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Hassan Khan: Stuffed Creatures Also Have a Life

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” English original version Presentation, Nov 3, 2018

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Verena Kuni: Pattern Recognition (German)

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” German original version Lecture, Nov 3, 2018

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Lino Camprubí: Finding your Way in the Ocean’s Soundscape

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” English original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2018

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Mara Mills: A Field Guide to Interference

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” English original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2018

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Wolfgang Hagen: Radio and the Aprophecy of the Digital (German)

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” German original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2018

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Wolfgang Ernst: Voice Memory and the Algorithmic Ear (German)

Part of “Der Ohrenmensch” German original version Lecture, Nov 1, 2018