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Gestural Philosophy

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 … more

Start Up Lectures 2022-23Presentations and discussionmoreBuilding Spaces for Solidary Encounters: Bodies, Technologies and PerformativityPresentation and discussionmoreParadoxes of the ApparatusTheoretical WorkshopmoreFAULTS AND BRIDGESExhibitionmore
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common wastes

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 … more

Start Up Lectures 2022-23Presentations and discussionmoreSuspending DiscardingPresentation and workshopmoreForever Waste DepositingLecture, screening and open discussionmoreFAULTS AND BRIDGESExhibitionmoreExcursion to the Recycling Center AhrentalExcursionmore
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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 … more

Start Up Lectures 2022-23Presentations and discussionmorePlaying With WordsHangoutmoreThe Chaos on the GroundArtist talk and discussionmoreMonumental in Scope, Impermanent in SpacePresentations and discussionmoreFAULTS AND BRIDGESExhibitionmore
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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 … more

Start 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 discussionmoreFAULTS AND BRIDGESExhibitionmore