Current

 

– Celebrating the 30 year anniversary of Kunsthaus Dresden & the 160 year anniversary of Japan-Germany official relationship –

Works by Alice CREISCHER & Andreas SIEKMANN, Jimmie DURHAM, Michio HORIKAWA, Chai Wei HSU, Naoya HATAKEYAMA, Teruo KOIKE, Hiromi MIYAKITA, Wasif MUNEM, Sybille NEUMEYER, Akio SUZUKI, Motoyuki SHITAMICHI, Kadija De PAULA & Chico TOGONI, Han TANG,  Xiaopeng ZHOU and more….
 
 
More information is coming soon!
Stone Mail Art: The Shinano River Plan 11 by Michihiro Horikawa (Documentary photograph of stone received by Maeyama Tadashi)
1969, Photograph
 
 
 
 
Issue Launch and Online Conference “Curating Performance in Taiwan: How it MOVES”
Time: Jan 17. 2021, 11.00 – 12:30 Uhr (CET), 18.00 – 19:30 Uhr (CST)
Place:思劇場 Thinkers’ Theater(臺北市大同區迪化街一段32巷1號3樓)
 
 
Issue 3, Curating Performativity,
e-journal, Curatography – The Study of Curatorial Culture
《策展學/Curatography》Issue 3《策動表演性》線上發表會暨「臺灣的表演策展—策動如何發生」專題論壇
Curatography Issue 3: Curating Performativity
 
Online Presentation: Sharing as Caring for A Century – From Atom to Virus–
The 2nd Alliances and Commonalities Online Conference in Artistic Research
Stockholm University of the Arts
Time: Oct. 22, 2020, 9:00 – 10:00
 
Talk : Re-framing “Measuring the World”
Time: April 4. 2019, 19.00 Uhr
Place: NTU Center for Contemporary Art Singapore, Block 43 Malan Road
FINANCIALISATION (2016) by Katya Sander
 
 
Sharing as Caring no.6: trans-Affects – Stories, Life and Landscapes
– exhibition –
with works by Michael Madsen, Satoko Nema, and Nguyen Trinh Thi
November 30, 2018 – February 17, 2019
Heidelberger Kunstverein/ Hauptstr.97, 69117 Heidelberg

January 20, 2019,  7pm – Film screening of Into Eternity (dir. Michael Madsen, 2010)
Conversation with the director after the screening
Karlstorkino Heidelberg, Am Karlstor 1, 69117 Heidelberg

Into Eternity(2010) by Michael Madsen
 

Open Letters To Those Who Will Live In A Hundred Years Later
– installation-
In the conference, Archiving Feminist Futures: Temporality & Gender in Cultural Analysis
1-3, November, 2018, Humboldt University, Berlin

 

Each Line Is A Crime
– exhibition and book presentation –
with works by Birgit Auf der Lauer & Caspar Pauli, Robert Estermann, and Katya Sander
July 28–August 24, 2018
Archive Kabinett/ Müllerstraße 133, D-13349, Berlin
28 July 2018, Opening and Book Presentation
11 August 2018, Performance by Robert Estermann

 


Wegskizze und Grenzlinie (2017) by Birgit Auf der Lauer & Caspar Pauli
 
Performance by Robert Estermann

 

Studies on Flatness (2018)

 

 
Towards (Im) Measurability of Art and Life is published by Archive Books
 
 

 

Friday Evening with Shelly – three films by Shelly Silver
/ le foyer du château / opens its doors for the first time with the program
 
Oct.13, Fri, 2017  37 Storiesabout Leaving Home(1996/52min)
Nov.17, Fri, 2017  Former East/Former West (1994/62min)
Dec.15, Fri , 2017Meet the People (1986/17min)

 

 
Place: / le foyer du château / Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 9, 10178 Berlin
Time: Screenings start at 20:30 –. (The artist will be present. )
 
 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Workshop Sharing as Caring (with Susan Turcot and Anglika Levi)
Time: June 13. 2017, 10.00 – 14.00 Uhr
Place: Open School East, UK  (50 Athelstan Road, Cliftonville CT9 2BH)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Documentation Newspaper of Sharing as Caring 1-5 is published from Heidelberger Kunstverein!

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Presentation in Performative Seminar

Differenz als Rechnaufrage im Haus der Statistik
Time: Februray 18. 2017, 15.00 – 19.00 Uhr
Place: ZUsammenKUNFT, Stresemannstraße 95-97, 10963 Berlin
Organised by Claudia Hummel und Annette Krauss

 

Studio Talk  with Catharina van Eetvelde
Time: February 2. 2017, 18.15 Uhr
Place: Kunstmuseum Basel

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Catharina van Eetvelde, P0059>ike.egg.erg_fin de course.

 

Sharing as Caring 5: Beyond Documentation
June 18. 2016 – August 28. 2016 at Heidelberger Kunstverein, Germany

Leiko Ikemura, Colonia, 2014
Leiko Ikemura, Tokaido (2014)