In March, these three museums gathered at an initial Museums of Capitalism Global Summit in Berlin, alongside a post-summit public panel at Vierte Velt.
The curatorial concept of this research, theory, and art conference, “Now is the Time of Monsters” at HKW, is to lay “bare the framing conditions of the nation-state…”
It’s true that the fantasy of the sovereign nation-state has monopolized the political imaginary of the recent past, dominating the twentieth century and rippling into ours. But the prognosis for its future doesn’t look so great…
New Unions: Act I-V took place over three days this past January at Hebbel am Ufer (HAU) in Berlin and was developed by Studio Jonas Staal as an artistic and political campaign.
“The Re-appropriation of Sensuality” is a long-term, collaborative project by artist Emma Haugh that seeks to reformulate representations of desire and the politics of architecture.
“What the city should give to the arts is a fraction of what the arts continually give to the city.” – Haben und Brauchen