The Situationist International always sought out unusual ways and means of grasping the world around them and changing it for the better. The members of the group believed life itself should be a work of art.
In various ways they tried to create “situations” that would irritate their fellow human beings’ ways of thinking. In the exhibition The Most Dangerous Game there are examples of such interventions: transformed maps, photographs, drawings, paintings and pictures of the artists in action. There’s plenty of inspiration – now it’s time to come up with your own “situations” and test their effects! A workshop for young, critical minds who enjoy lateral thinking.
Tuna Arkun studied painting and graphic arts at the Karlsruhe State Academy of Fine Arts and the Bratislava Art Academy. Since 2005 he has been working with children, teenagers and adults in art and cultural projects.
Heather Purcell studied fine arts in Glasgow and received a Master’s degree in Art in Context at the Berlin University of the Arts. She works as a freelance art teacher and conducts film, theater and media workshops in museums, schools and community centers as well as in the project space bi'bak in Berlin-Wedding. She also appears regularly in the independent scene as a performance artist.