ART as/is SOCIAL zine now available at Pro qm

Some copies of the ART as/is SOCIAL zine are now for sale at the bookstore Pro qm in Berlin Mitte. Pro qm is a thematic bookstore founded in 1999 by three artists/architects/art-theorists, now activating in a late 1920s building originally designed by the office of modernist architect Hans Poelzigin Berlin-Mitte. The thematic emphasis is on … Continue reading ART as/is SOCIAL zine now available at Pro qm

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23/11/2017 19.00-22.30 ART as/is SOCIAL ZINE LAUNCH during ZK/U’s OPENHAUS

This Thursday, November 23rd from 19.00 I will launch the zine for my project ART as/is SOCIAL during the OPENHAUS at ZK/U Center for Art and Urbanistics. If you're in Berlin, please come say hello, have a chat and get yourself a copy! If you're not, a paper copy of the zine can be ordered … Continue reading 23/11/2017 19.00-22.30 ART as/is SOCIAL ZINE LAUNCH during ZK/U’s OPENHAUS

Creating space for identification – session #7 report

© Melanie Garland, nomadicArt The final session of ART as/is SOCIAL entitled ‘Creating space for identification’ was moderated by Melanie Garland, Myriam Perrot and Julia Widdig from the artistic platform nomadicArt, and took place on the 13th of September. The session revolved around a specific case study involving ZK/U and the surrounding community, which we … Continue reading Creating space for identification – session #7 report

So How does Participation Actually Work? A Practice-Based Ethics for Participatory Art

© Wanda Dubrau's A Dinner in a House in a City On the 26th of August I moderated a discussion for the B_Tour festival, entitled ‘So How does Participation Actually Work?’, in the new MOVE space of Agora Rollberg. The group conversation was part of the Final Get-Together of the festival, the last event of the … Continue reading So How does Participation Actually Work? A Practice-Based Ethics for Participatory Art

22/09/2017 PRIMARY Symposium ‘Art, Public and the Commons’

© Instructions & collective performance at Art in Public Space: A Critical Reimagining, Bangalore (2017) Thanks to our guest host Rebecca Beinart, an edited version of the session #6 report 'Socially engaged art & the Commons' has been published by Primary in their Programme Notes. Read it on their website. If you want to engage with … Continue reading 22/09/2017 PRIMARY Symposium ‘Art, Public and the Commons’

13/09/2017 19.00 GUEST SESSION #7: Creating space for identification, by nomadicArt

© nomadicArt ‘ART as/is SOCIAL: On engagement in contemporary cultural theory & practice’ is a new discursive format with close readings, discussions and case studies around the topic of socially engaged artistic practices, organized at ZK/U Center for Art and Urbanistics in Berlin. In this special guest SESSION #7: ‘Creating space for identification’, members of … Continue reading 13/09/2017 19.00 GUEST SESSION #7: Creating space for identification, by nomadicArt

26/08/2017 19.00 *SPECIAL SESSION* B_Tour Final Get-Together: ‘So How does Participation Actually Work?’

B_Tour is a week long artistic experimentation with the notion of the art of invitation or art as an invitation and participatory art, taking place from the 21st until the 26th of August in places all over Berlin. The programme will include a series of public and closed workshops, performances, interventions and conversations. The projects … Continue reading 26/08/2017 19.00 *SPECIAL SESSION* B_Tour Final Get-Together: ‘So How does Participation Actually Work?’