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REVIEW / CALENDER
NEW NARRATIVES. THINKING ECONOMICS DIFFERENTLY_Summit_March 30 – April 2, 2017_Venue: Kunstgebäude_with: mit: Nabil Ahmed, Rheim Alkadhi, John Barker, Keti Chukhrov, Katja Diefenbach, Denise Ferreira da Silva, Gulf Labor Coalition / MTL Collective, Mohammad Abu Hajar, Srecko Horvat, Schorsch Kamerun, Hilary Koob-Sassen, PeterLicht, Neue Dringlichkeit, Boris Ondreicka, Dan Perjovschi, Elizabeth A. Povinelli, David Quigley, Simon Sheikh, Shuddhabrata Sengupta, Tools for Action, Enrique Matías Viale, We cannot build what we cannot first imagine and others

The first edition of this new project will take place under the title "Thinking Economies Differently" at the Kunstgebäude in Stuttgart. It encompasses more than twenty lectures, performances and music or film contributions. The main focus during the four days is on a joint debate. More details on the program here 

Exhibitions

POST-PEACE_February 25 – May 7, 2017_with: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, A.S.I. group (Ehsan Fardjadniya, Edyta Jarzab), Sven Augustijnen, Ella de Búrca, Anna Dasovic, Köken Ergun, Johan Grimonprez, Alevtina Kakhidze, Yazan Khalili, Jaha Koo, Lyubov Matyunina, Adrian Melis, Pinar Ögrenci, Dorian de Rijk, belit sag, Aleksei Taruts, Anika Schwarzlose, Radek Szlaga, Anastasiya Yarovenko and others_Curator: Katia Krupennikova

The exhibition POST-PEACE brings together ca. twenty artists from a variety of origins, whose works question how war and peace appear today... more

Specifically for LANGE NACHT DER MUSEEN Ehsan Fardjadniya (A.S.I. group) performs within the exhibition "Post-Peace" a music-performance called THE MUSIC OF THE WIND. Come and travel the journey along the myth of Sinbad the Sailor until nowadays, the electronic age ... more
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