Summer Symposium: Curating through Conflict with Care
The nGbK working group „Curating through Conflict with Care“ (CCC) invites you to a three-day summer symposium from 4 to 6 August 2023. The symposium will take place from Friday to Sunday from 10:00-18:00 and will be launched with an opening party on Thursday evening. Text & Photo: Symposium description (c) CCC collective
The symposium uses conflict and contradiction as a methodology to identify and work through the paradoxes of inclusive curating. CCC addresses these contexts as a starting point for further developing best practices and existing debates on curatorial responsibility. The nGbK working group invites workers in the arts to exchange ideas on how to further develop the role of the curator and address contemporary challenges. Together they will gather experiences and ideas for (extra)institutional changes that put care at the centre.
Carnival of Algorithmic Culture 2023
The Carnival of Algorithmic Culture will bring together researchers, artists, activists, technologists, and community members for two days of workshops, talks, exhibitions, and interactive activities in Toronto to explore the impacts of artificial intelligence on the culture we create and the cultural products to which we have access.
Featuring performances, installations, talks, and workshops to soon be announced.
Supported by Canada Council for the Arts.
Text & Photo (c) UKAI Projects
“sýn.city” is a participatory workshop format that aims to create an expanding imaginary world based on a subjective perception of the world, starting from the urban landscape.
The structure is simple: we ask participants to imagine possibilities to create new modules using waste materials from a plastic production company in Hamburg, Germany.
Concept & Workshop lead with jukai collective
Children (5-14) in Studio 26
neue Nachbarschaft / Moabit e.V., Berlin
Presentation at OpenHaus ZK/U