The New Alphabet

2019—2021

Is it possible to imagine an overabundance of multifarious fields of languages, knowledge production, and learning practices beyond one universal matrix? Can common reference points and collective action be enabled without monopolistic force? How can knowledge be both situated and globally relevant?

To project

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Roundtable: Reshaping Regulations

With Niva Elkin-Koren, Rasmus Fleischer, Joe Karaganis, Martin Kretschmer, Femke Snelting, Kimberlee Weatherall, moderated by Andrea Goetzke English original version Panel, Nov 23, 2019

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Roundtable: Reshaping Regulations

With Niva Elkin-Koren, Rasmus Fleischer, Joe Karaganis, Martin Kretschmer, Femke Snelting, Kimberlee Weatherall, moderated by Andrea Goetzke English original version Panel, Nov 23, 2019

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Blank Paper: New Frameworks for Music?

Moderated by Andrea Goetzke, Till Kreutzer English original version Presentation, Nov 22, 2019

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Femke Snelting: Re-Imagining Copyleft

English original version Lecture, Nov 22, 2019

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Patrick Mudekereza: Knowledge Sharing in Art and Social Practices in the D. R. Congo

Moderated by Boaz Levin English original version Lecture, discussion, Nov 16, 2019

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Monica Juneja: Have You Ever Touched the River?

Relational Art Practice between the Metropolitan and the Vernacular – Emplacement, Mutuality, Re-Materialization Moderated by Susanne Leeb English original version Lecture, discussion, Nov 16, 2019