My project focuses on the work of the French pedagogue Fernand Deligny (1913–1996), in particular his archive, preserved at the Institut Mémoires de l’Édition Contemporaine (IMEC). So far, Deligny’s work … moreStart Up Lectures 2022-23Presentations and discussionmoreBuilding Spaces for Solidary Encounters: Bodies, Technologies and PerformativityPresentation and discussionmoreParadoxes of the ApparatusTheoretical Workshopmore
In the context of her fellowship, the curator Bettina Knaup is working on her new project common wastes – a long-term, transnationally oriented residency and research undertaking that aims to … moreStart Up Lectures 2022-23Presentations and discussionmoreSuspending DiscardingPresentation and workshopmoreForever Waste DepositingLecture, screening and open discussionmore
A Meme Is Not a Monument But Can It Make a Myth of a Man?
In the Philippines, the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic were utter chaos. A militarized lockdown in the country’s capital was declared in March of 2020 and was combined … moreStart Up Lectures 2022-23Presentations and discussionmorePlaying With WordsHangoutmoreThe Chaos on the GroundArtist talk and discussionmoreMonumental in Scope, Impermanent in SpacePresentations and discussionmore
Hard-Boiled, Contained, Evaporated!
Hard-boiled, Contained, Evaporated! is a research project focused on exposing the menstrual storytelling of Albanian communist bathroom ecologies. It sheds light on a very specific historical and geographical space, linking … moreStart Up Lectures 2022-23Presentations and discussionmoreEndi Tupja: hard-boiled, contained, evaporated!Screening and artist talkmoreHome, Foundations, Skeleton Structures: On Urban Archeological Traces of the (Un)HomelyPresentations and discussionmoreOf an Anodyne SpacePerformance and discussionmore