*Collecting Momentum is the activation of space through the possibility of interactions and the emergence of reciprocal influences by bringing collective experience, imaginaries and visionaries together while avoiding the rhetorics and boundaries of conventional curation.
Co-Mo is experimentation through collective observation and reflection on different forms of interaction between the habitus and habitat. It further aims to develop collective habits in terms of communication, cooperation, collaboration, and conceptualization by documenting these encounters to be processed in diverse mediums.
Co-Mo focuses on common experiences rather than geographies or backgrounds in specific and offers a space of interaction to re-exist in already existing places.
Julia Castel (Officina Resident Artist #1)
“La Grande Motte, blue is dead”
“Sporty Still Lives”
“Isn’t it Love”
“YOU IN ME”
Cyanotype in a hand
Discussion: (live stream)
Intersectional Practices in New Diasporas and Global Grassroots Struggles
Following the current movements around the globe, we will be digging further into new social movements through personal experiences of activists from different generations coming from Lebanon(TBA), Ecuador, Bolivia, Germany, (Catalunya?), (Hong Kong?) Chile(TBA), Syria (TBA) who are actively involved in different causes on both local and global levels.
Moderator: Dr. Özlem Savaş
Einstein Guest Researcher at the Berlin Institute on Integration and Migration Research (BIM) at Humboldt University of Berlin.
A stranger rents a bed in the one-room apartment of a woman. They will be roommates for a night. What is the best way to escape these involuntary and embarrassing hours of intimacy? Probably to sleep. But they can’t. Or they don’t want. What are they so afraid of? Of each other? Of themselves? Or just of sleeping? Madness is certainly prowling:
“Whoever you Are, my dear Other”
By Gizem Akman and Alan Ciwan
(More info Soon)
Raving Mad Carlos (Stage)
Marcello S. Bussato and MaxDaSilva (Stage)
(FREE ENTRY, DONATION ARE WELCOMED TO SUPPORT THE MUSICIANS)