HAU 1 // 9. – 11.1.2015
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HAU 1 // 9. – 11.1.2015

Artist Organisations International


11. January 2015, 12:00 – 16:00 Uhr

PANEL // Solidarity & Unionising

Panel moderiert von Margarita Tsomou / Grupo Etcétera, Haben und Brauchen, Institute for Human Activities (IHA), Schoon Genoeg!, WochenKlausur / Replik: Christoph Gurk & Galit Eilat | (in English language)

As a representative of the group ToHaveAndToNeed (Haben und Brauchen) I will take part in the following congress in the Sunday panel, together with Sonja Augart, Alice Münch, Ina Wudtke and Inga Zimprich. We will read our critical statement with questions and suggestions concerning the congress itself and the processes of solidarizing and unionizing

Fotos Arne Sattler und Tatjana Fell

Artist Organisations International

Initiated by Florian Malzacher, Jonas Staal und Joanna Warza

Artist Organisations International (AOI) explores a current shift from temporary, precarious art projects to long-term structures of engagement built by artists. The economic crisis, the global erosion of civil rights through the so-called ?War on Terror? and the massive rise of social movements have demanded new models of structural participation from politically engaged artists. The shift from the working model of the project to that of the organisation no longer reduces artistic engagement to the singular figure of the author but expands its scope and influence ? for example by creating new forms of educational and community structures, non-parliamentary groups, liberation movements, unions or even political parties.

The three-day congress ?Artist Organisations International? brings together over twenty organisations, founded by artists, confronting the current crises in politics, economy, education, immigration, and ecology. Lectures and discussions will provide concrete insight into their methods, profiles and goals.

A live-stream of the entire congress will also be broadcast online at www.artistorganisations.org.

For commentary on Twitter, please use the hashtag #AOI.
All events are held in English.

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