Three-day intensive, discussion-based workshops and site visits for advanced curatorial students who are currently enrolled in degree programs, and curators and professional cultural producers. Program included:
Dani Gal, artist, on unsettling empathy, multidirectional memory, witness testimony, and the politics of silence through his artistic practice and recent films.
Philip Horst, co-founder and co-director of the artist collective KUNSTrePUBLIK, and ZK/U Berlin, a production site, artist/research-residency, and program platform that connects local practice and global discourse.
Gilly Karjevsky, independent curator, founding member of Soft Agency, and head of program at Floating University Berlin, on responsive and responsible curatorial processes, and the ideas and practices behind them.
Ariel Reichman, artist, on the notion of safety explored through discussions and body and sound exercises, developed in collaboration with dancer and performer Stephanie Amurao, and musician and sound artist Maya Shenfeld.
Alona Rodeh, artist, in an experiential night walk through Berlin’s Humboldhein Park, inviting participants to creatively map, observe, and assimilate into post-pandemic nocturnal cityscapes.
Book launch event for (Un)Commoning Voices and (Non)Communal Bodies, a new publication edited by curators Maayan Sheleff and Dr. Sarah Spies, with an online lecture by performance studies scholar and curator André Lepecki, Professor and chair of the Department of Performance Studies at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, followed by a discussion with the editors.