Das Anthropozän-Projekt. Ein Bericht | Künstlerische Forschungsprojekte mit Berliner Schulen. Ein Abschluss - Tiergarten Observatorium | © David Gauffin
Every school year, HKW carries out project days with Berlin schools focusing on artistic research. Based on the themes at HKW and in collaboration with artists, the students conduct investigations and process their findings artistically. Afterwards, project days offer the opportunity for exhibitions, presentations, workshops and exchange. An Internet presentation takes experiences from the analog to the digital and documents the results.
The aim is to integrate new knowledge developments into school practice and to enable students to explore the world by means of artistic research. An interdisciplinary approach is pursued that includes artistic disciplines such as architecture, film, and photography.
Parapolitics: Cultural Freedom and the Cold War: Students at the Kopernikus Oberschule Berlin-Steglitz explored how art and politics are connected. Their research resulted in a staged talk show
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What knowledge of displacement and migration is relevant for young people? An artistic research project is training Berlin students at 12 SESB schools as new experts in the immigration society.
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In an art workshop followed by a contest, students from ten Staatliche Europaschulen used photography to examine questions of identity and multiple affiliations.
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Forensics: In 2014 students from three Berlin schools explored the historical and social circumstances of their environs in Forensic Evidence.
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The Whole Earth: In 2013, students from four Berlin schools used the resources of art and science to work on their own Whole Earth Catalog. Berlin Edition and designed tools for a better future.
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Gedankenräume II | A students' project in the framework of "Between Walls and Windows" | Artistic directors: Monica Segura-Marquez and Anja Sommer
Between Walls and Windows: In the fall of 2012, students from six schools in East and West Berlin explored the ideological backgrounds of their own school buildings as well as the architectural landmark of HKW.