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In cooperation with Allianz Cultural Foundation, BMW, Goethe-Institut, and Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations (ifa), the bb11 Curatorial Workshop How now to gather focuses on new protocols for gathering, for practicing solidarity, and for enacting systemic change. This year’s Workshop is for Berlin-based early career curators, educators, and other practitioners (regardless of age), who are first-generation or second-generation newcomers to Berlin and who come from The Rising Majority or from situations characterized by a lack of support. As we come together in close dialogue with the 11th Berlin Biennale to consider How now to gather (here), the four-week long Workshop responds to the urgency of generating long lasting support structures, safety nets and city-wide cross-institutional alliances. The context of the pandemic and the growing Rising Majority, BLM, #LeaveNoOneBehind, #unteilbar, and other movements will inform all aspects of the group’s gatherings. The Workshop is directed by curator, educator, and writer Pip Day.
Invitation to the Species: Cecilia Vicuña
Tamaas / Cecilia Vicuña
IV: How Fear Can Dismantle a Body. Vis-a-Vis with two of four curators of the 11th Berlin Biennale
María Berríos, Lisette Lagnado
Glossary of Common Knowledge
Being in Crisis together – Einander in Krisen begegnen
Feminist Health Care Research Group (Inga Zimprich/Julia Bonn)
„Klaus Eckschen: Hörspiel“
Undocumented Rumours and Disappearing Acts from Chile