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.
Kunst-Werke Studiolo (front house, first floor), 3 Euros.
Salon Populaire’s program at Kunstsaele will return in fall 2013.
With Samuel Korn
A Film Club Screening and Conversation on Fantasy, Separation and Urban Planning. Hosted by Florian Wüst.
Das Museum der Grausamkeit. Ein Ausstellungsmanifest 1. Ausstellungen sollten Medien kultureller Selbstverständigung sein. Exhibitions should be the medium of cultural self-understanding. 2. Die Institution muss die Auseinandersetzung mit den Gesetzen und Zwängen des Museums selbst führen und darf diese nicht allein der Kunst oder dem Künstler überlassen. The institution has to examine the laws and [...]
Ein Gastmahl. Dinner, Drinks and Discussions on a Special Topic. Access to this event is open, but limited. Please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org
With Daniel Tyradellis.
Perspectives on power through feminist thought. Organized by Amber Hickey and Lindsey Sharman, ZhdK, Zürich.
Lecture performance on the Religious Struggle with Images – Somewhere Between the Iconoclastic and the Iconophilic.
With Paolo Chiasera. A series compiled by Tanja Schomaker.
How closely do you identify with the character you play in facebook? – anonymous status update, social networking site.
Dear Friends, Our upcoming fourth issue marks the first full year of our dual-language quarterly. To celebrate the release of our spring issue, we’re hosting a launch event at the Salon Populaire at 7pm on March 10. In keeping with the magazine’s bilingual nature, we’ll be asking questions about the nature of ‘Globish’, or global [...]
Series compiled by Ana Teixeira Pinto
With Anke te Heesen
A dialogue between Sonia Arribas and Howard Rouse. Organized in Cooperation with Subjektile (Felix Ensslin, Marcus Coelen); Published by Diaphanes.
Organized by Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art as part of the Berlinale.
Société Réaliste will Give a Talk on Invent / Invest within the Frame of the BEHAVING DIFFERENTLY! lecture series organized by Interflugs.
An evening about animals and ideology. With Ulrich Gebert and Cord Riechelmann.
3-6 pm workshop on the To Have and To Need manifesto. 7 pm presentation of the To Have and To Need manifesto. http://habenundbrauchen.de/
With Ute Vorkoeper
A talk with Ute Vorkoeper and Andrea Knobloch.
Guests: Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson (Rotterdam/Berlin) Claudia Firth (London) Language: English/German Venue: NGBK event space, 1st floor Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst e.V. Oranienstraße 25, D-10999 Berlin Tel.: 49 (0)30 616 513-0 Email: HYPERLINK “mailto:email@example.com”firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: HYPERLINK “http://www.ngbk.de//”www.ngbk.de Since the end of 2010, an informal circle of Berlin-based persons involved in art has been [...]
A Living Room Suite Presentation with the Master of Fine Arts graduates of the Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam, 2011, and Bernd Krauß
An evening on the practice of writing in contemporary art
Conversations with Eric Santner An evening organized by Felix Ensslin / subjektile; a series published by diaphanes Eric L. Santner (professor in Modern Germanic Studies and Jewish Studies at the University of Chicago) in conversation with Luisa Banki (translator of “On the Psychotheology of Everday Life” and of the Subjektile publication “Why Psychoanalysis?” by A. [...]
Perform a Lecture! magazine. Publication reflecting on the eponymous series by THE OFFICE.
A book presentation and conversation with Joshua Simon and Ingo Niermann in collaboration with Sternberg Press.
Book launch and a conversation between Barbara Breitenfellner, Inke Arns and Ute Vorkoeper (in German).
Screening, book launch, and a conversation between Ellen Blumenstein, Antonia Hirsch, and Maria Muhle
Buchvorstellung / Book launch
A book presentation and conversation with Jan Verwoert in collaboration with Sternberg Press and Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy.
Cordula Daus will present her research and the soon to be published booklet “The Trujillo-Syndrome” (Maas-Media Verlag).
A Conversation with Spector Books (in German).
An evening brought to you by Ana Teixeira Pinto; followed by Dinner, Drinks and DJ Julieta Aranda!
With Spanish tapas and Paella by Marco Segurado from “You Don’t Tell it to Anyone”.
With a surprise dinner by Elín Hansdóttir and Lynn Peemoeller
With a dinner by Forniture Pallotta.
With dinner cooked by Arvo Leo (David Lehmann)
Batsong, rehearsals for an Audioplay
By Luis Berríos-Negrón, Elín Hansdóttir, Mendel Heit, Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga, and The Product with Jens Wunderling
The Happy Fainting of Painting
A side story with Jung + Wenig and Doreet Harten.
An evening by Christos Hadjioannou.
Augustin Maurs, cello. Ana Teixeira Pinto, wolf.
A presentation on curiosity, control and censorship by Kirsteen Macdonald (Glasgow).
A conversation between Antje Majewski, Mathilde ter Heijne and Ludwig Seyfarth about marches, processions, objects in rituals and some 70s feminist issues.
With Annika Larsson
In this film screening around characters, conceptions and misconceptions of love, Discoteca Flaming Star will show a selection of their video works.
You buy love, insurance, stockings, drugs, cauliflower, cars and plastic toys. But can you also buy friends?
It’s Athens, 416 a.d., and a number of the city’s luminaries get together for a drinking party at the home of the famous tragedian, Agathon. After some eating, drinking and dilly-dallying, they each resolve to deliver a panegyric in praise of Love.
City-Space, City-Life? Or the Avoiding of Human gadgets (2 Lectures)
With Estelle Blaschke, Armin Linke and Doreen Mende.
a Walk in Tiergarten-Süd and Schöneberg on the occasion of the exhibition of Flo Gaertner, Heiko Karn, Katrin Mayer, Eske Schlüters at RECEPTION.
An Evening with Mario Pfeifer
With Doreet Levitte Harten
A conversation with Mladen Stilinovic
Selected by Jeans Team and Machínes Désirantes.
Annette Weisser and Sylvère Lotringer will present The German Issue, read selected passages and engage with the audience in a non-nostalgic revision of the 1980s.
Over the past months, To Have and To Need has established itself as a rhizomatic platform for artists and cultural producers that engage in fostering debates and taking action on issues of cultural and urban politics.
A film club screening and conversation on power relationships, media addiction, and capitalist hypocrisy hosted by Florian Wüst.
With the last event of the series, Film City Berlin reaches the recent past: the coming of age of the re-united city, symbolized by retro-style representational architecture and private town houses filling up the empty lots. The evening reflects on Berlin’s social transformations, the processes of commercialisation and the alleged rise of the so called [...]
The first event, Behind the Codes, relates to the period around 1960 – a time in which the euphoria of economic progress and urban modernization merged with feelings of growing disorientation and the criticism of the suppression of the German past.
(Kagami no onnatachi) 2002
(Erosu purasu Gyakusatsu) 1970
(Akitsu onsen) 1962
In cooperation with the arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art
A talk with Pavel Büchler, Barbara Casavecchia, Jason Dodge, Tim Rollins
An evening organized by Kaspars Vanags, Juste Kostikovaite and KIM? Contemporary Art Centre Riga.
IL DOLCE FAR NIENTE – A picnic conversation
Even better than the real thing: About Studies in Sculpture
Undisciplined bodies – an evening dissolving social and spatial conventions.
Michael Dreyer: Triple Negation – Double Props, I. WE NOW INTERRUPT FOR A COMMERCIAL.