A series of evenings brought to you by Ana Teixeira Pinto; followed by drinks and music.
The attention span of an average adult is 20 minutes, and we do not intend to cross your threshold. Inspired by Pecha-Cucha evenings, each speaker will present his or her topic of choice in only 15 minutes.
an evening of talks and performances for the contemporary attention span.
Presented by Ana Teixeira Pinto, in association with KW and Foreign Affairs’ collaboration on the subject of the Bet.
Kunst-Werke Chora (3rd floor, main building), 3 Euros.
Series compiled by Ana Teixeira Pinto
Sladja Blazan (literature professor, FU)
Augustin Maurs (composer)
François Bucher (artist)
Ralph Heidenreich & Stefan Heidenreich (cultural theorists)
Dani Gal (artist)
Isabell Schrickel (researcher HU)
Alena J. Williams (curator and art-historian)
Ana Ofak – The infatuation thread.
Philipp von Hilgers – War Games.
Stefan Heidenreich – Asking google I will try to know who invented love and why.
Julieta Aranda – Lullian circles and memory palaces.
Alice Goudsmit – Notes on Boredom. Chapter 2 (Version 1): Boring in Love. The problem of Closeness.
David Levine – “From the Department of Bad Moods.”
Matteo Pasquinelli – “If there is no longer an outside, masochism is the
new love from afar”.
An evening brought to you by Ana Teixeira Pinto; followed by Dinner, Drinks and DJ Julieta Aranda!With:
Armen Avanessian · How can one get sexually excited by Räumlichkleit?
Julieta Aranda · Lullian Circles and Memory Palaces.
Franz von Stauffenberg · Put your finger here!
Ana Teixeira Pinto · Alice Descending the Staircase: On Marcel Duchamp and Sex on the Fourth Dimension.
Jennifer Allen · I love you, I love you, I love you. 3D on the Screen.
Vincenzo Latronico · The philosophical conceptualization of space retold as a love story in 15 minutes
Annika Larsson accompanied by Martina Hoogland Ivanow on vibraphonette · “Ecstasy Above a Void”
Gernot Wieland · Depression in Animals, vol. 2
Jan Peter Hammer · Past Perfect Simple
April Lamm · Love’s Labor Lost: What would happen if Europeans were never to return home from summer holidays at the beach? Results of Intensive Research Requiring Watching a lot of “Summer in French Countryside” Films