A discursive-performative panel series reflecting in six weekly open labs the meta-questions What is contemporary art aiming for? What do contemporary artists strive for? Which relevances of artistic work prevail in societies today?
In an interactive media setting CLOUDS IN THE SHARK POOL reflects the role of the artist as a medium between the poles of cooperation and competition – an antagonism forming one of the main pillars of onholding scientific discussion. Where does the artist stand today?
An audiovisual real-time enactment on contemporary issues of the political sovereign following Brecht
Hosting and spatial setting for the online streaming performances featuring in real-time Helen Varley Jamieson and Paula Crutchlow with their project Make-Shift in private environments re-imaginating private actions of domestic lives as multiple interconnections with global consequences …
Video atmosphere and installation for a dance performance
[Concept for a] sound installation against daily racism [in public space]