Fotografie

Herbstsalon @ Gorki 13.–29. NOV 2015 | free admission How do refugees move in a city such as Berlin? How do they organise to get through? Where do refugees take spaces, what are the images refugees create of themselves? In cooperation with the artists Sarnath Banerjee, Christian Hanussek and Diana Lucas-Drogan as well as numerous further actors metroZones has developed a series of Mappings in three parts, which—in different scripts/handwritings and with diverse acentuations —broach the subject of urban refugee experiences. That includes the issues of rights and spaces, ofWeiterlesen
21. NOV 2013. Lecture at Institut für Raumexperimente/Institute for Spatial Experiments, Universität der Künste Berlin, Studio Olafur Eliasson. with: Berhanu Ashagrie Deribew; Jochen Becker; Beatrice von Bismarck; AA Bronson; Olafur Eliasson; Eric Ellingsen; Fasil Giorghis; Elizabeth Giorgis; Tue Greenfort; Clara Jo; Mihret Kebede; Hans-Henning Korb, Robert Lippok and Raul Walch; Koyo Kouoh; Cynthia Kros; Jonathan Ledgard; Armin Linke; Robert Lippok; Bekele Mekonnen; Salem Mekuria; Felix Melia; Doreen Mende; Natasha Mendonca; Netsa Art Village; Emeka Ogboh; Elvira Dyangani Ose, Pere Ortín and Vic Pereiró; Georges Pfruender; Olga Robayo; Aykan Safoǧlu; BerndWeiterlesen

Eingestellt am Oktober 4, 2015Von mzin die Kategorie Aktuell, Chinafrika, Forschung

CHINAFRIKA. Wanderbaustelle | traveling construction site

steirischer herbst Graz | Festival centre | FR 16. Oct 2015 | 21.30 Investigations into the traces of cultural and economical exchange between China and Africa, in which Europe long ago ceased to be actively involved. Economic and political relations between the People’s Republic of China and numerous countries on the African continent have intensified greatly over the past two decades. The economic and geopolitical consequences of this development have been a topic of international discussion for some time. However, the cultural concomitants have been largely ignored: Are we witnessingWeiterlesen
Künstler_innen: Sabine Bitter / Helmut Weber, Giuseppe Ferrara, Maria Iorio / Raphaël Cuomo, Stefano Montesi, Rena Rädle & Vladan Jeremic, Klaus Schafler, Sandra Schäfer, Alexander Schellow, Joel Sternfeld, Tobias Zielony. Key Visual: Markus Weisbeck Die Ausstellung erkundet die Via Casilina, eine Ausfallstraße Roms in Richtung Südosten von Porta Maggiore bis an die Stadtgrenze und darüber hinaus. Diese, hundert Jahren noch rein ländliche Gegend wurde im Laufe Zeit immer dichter besiedelt. Der informelle Wachstum der Stadt Rom und die vielfältigen Formen der Informalität sind Ausdruck ihrer Besonderheit und des urbanen Eigensinns.Weiterlesen

Eingestellt am Juli 1, 2010Von mzin die Kategorie Saloons

metroZones.Saloon #5. Young, Gifted and Mostly Black

metroZones.Saloon #5 Young, Gifted and Mostly Black Fotografien in Südafrika zwischen Post-Apartheid und neuem Rassismus Ein metroZones.SALOON mit John Fleetwood, Johannesburg, Leiter de “ ‚Market Photo Workshop“Weiterlesen