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Vorlesungsverzeichnis Wintersemester 2023 / 2024

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Ausklappen Einklappen Raumstrategien Modul V: Theorie-Praxis-... SPATIAL EXPLORATIONS FROM DEEP TIME TO THE METAVERSE Prof. Pauline Doutreluingne Dienstag
10:00 - 13:00

Modul V: Theorie-Praxis-Projekt III: Hauptprojekt
16 Credits

Raumstrategien

Modul III: Theorie-Praxis-Projekt II
6 Credits

Raumstrategien

Modul I: Theorie-Praxis-Projekt I
10 Credits

This is a strange time when people are beginning to wonder where, when and who they are. Do we need new (artistic) tools to orient ourselves in this world of ecological transformations?

What is deep time and what can we learn from the history of billions and millions of years of life on this planet?

“No matter how much our own species preoccupies us, life is a far wider system. Life is an incredibly complex interdependence of matter and energy among millions of species beyond and within) our own skin. These earth aliens are our relatives, our ancestors, and part of us. They cycle our matter and bring us water and food. Without “the other” we do not survive.“ (Lynn Margulis)

The epistemic and ethical ambiguity of the Anthropocene lies in the fact that the expansion of human cognitive devices and the technosphere has threatened biodiversity and often forced humans to confront their …

Erster Termin
17.10.2023
Ort
Seminarraum Raumstrategien
Ausklappen Einklappen Raumstrategien Modul V: Theorie-Praxis-... SPATIAL STRATEGIES OF FOOD: CULTIVATION, COOKING, CONSUMPTION Manuela Garcia Aldana Mittwoch
10:00 - 13:00

Modul V: Theorie-Praxis-Projekt III: Hauptprojekt
16 Credits

4 weitere Module aus Raumstrategien

PROF. DR. BONAVENTURE NDIKUNG WITH MANUELA GARCÍA ALDANA

Wednesdays 10:00 - 13:00

SPATIAL STRATEGIES OF FOOD: CULTIVATION, COOKING, CONSUMPTION.

This course places food culture at its fore and deliberates on how the cultivation of food crops, the spaces in which and how food is cooked, as well as the spaces in which and how food is eaten are related to spatiality and spatial strategies.

Cultivation: There are no natural monocultures. Monoculture is a colonial and capitalist system of cultivation that was the driving force for the transatlantic enslavement violence and that led to the amassing of wealth for Europeans while dehumanizing, disprivileging and disenfranchising indigenous and non-Western peoples in Africa, Asia and the Americas. The plantation enterprise (sugar, coffee, cocoa, banana etc) that gave form to the idea of monoculture in the past 500+ years destroyed traditional and indigenous farming systems that were usually ecologically sustainable and diverse and built on holistic epistems that …

Ausklappen Einklappen Raumstrategien Modul II: Praxisseminar:... Ecos of a place of knowledge Lerato Shadi Montag

Modul II: Praxisseminar: Materialität und Medialität
6 Credits

Raumstrategien

Modul IV: Praxisseminar: Projektkooperationen und kooperatives Arbeiten
6 Credits

Raumstrategien

Modul IV: Praxisseminar: Herstellung von Veröffentlichungsmedien für das Theorie-Praxis- Projekt II
8 Credits

Ecos of a place of knowledge

This seminar is a practice based course that is structured as a

Workshop, where we periodically present/share/engage with results, which are informed and built from cues generated in the class. The focus of the seminar will be in fashioning an environment where we can be creative in how we learn/work/share. We will invent and build together a structure by which we can be co-creators in the learning-experience and co-practitioners in an unearthing process of knowledge production.

How do we take steps towards knowing that we do not know? Seeing what is hidden, obstructed and erased? How do we perceive? From which space or perspective do we create? What do we understand as creation or a creative act?

How do we collectively and individually find tools that assist us in finding other ways, means and tools of seeing, creating, imagining or inventing?

This semester is aimed at finding and developing …

Ort
Concordia A3.15
Ausklappen Einklappen Raumstrategien Modul I: Praxisseminar: ... RA:DIO Melodies. Harmonies. Earth World Dr. Anton Kats Blockseminar

Modul I: Praxisseminar: Performative Rauminterpretationen/Interventionen
6 Credits

MELODIES. HARMONIES. EARTH. WORLD.

How does a melody grow out of harmony? How does a world grow out of earth?

Uncomfortable with politics as a sphere of universals and ethics as the sphere of

the singular, the latest iteration of the practice-based seminar is a group exercise

in attunement. As a starting point, the group develops embodied experiences

exploring the tension between a harmonic and a melodic space. Studying the

potential of sound, rhythm and interval as a spatial strategy the seminar wonders

how to contribute to the earth's ethics and politics that embrace difference,

otherness and contra/diction.

Inspired by the feminist philosopher Kelly Oliver and experimental composer

William Allaudin Mathieu the seminar is led by the question: How can we share

the earth with those with whom we do not share the world?

The seminar is transdisciplinary. RA:DIO embraces sound, music and film, critical

theory, poetry, performance and expanded radio studies among other domains of

practice. The students develop new or continue existing …

Erster Termin
24.10.2023
Ort
Bibliothek
Ausklappen Einklappen Raumstrategien Modul I: Theorieseminar:... Small Place, Big Space Tonderai Koschke Donnerstag
10:00 - 13:00

Modul I: Theorieseminar: Raumanalyse
6 Credits

Raumstrategien

Modul V: Theorieseminar: Raum und öffentlicher Kontext
6 Credits

Raumstrategien

Modul III: Theorieseminar: Performativer Raum
6 Credits

“To the people in a small place, the division of Time into the Past, the Present, and the Future does not exist. An event that occurred one hundred years ago might be as vivid to them as if it were happening at this very moment.” - Jamaica Kincaid, A Small Place.

Small places may be easily forgotten, but doesn’t each of us remember one?

This seminar harnesses different means available to us, including works of literature, architecture, and urban studies, to take participants from the interior of an institution in Berlin, through the streets of our city, via memories held by local minorities, ever approaching the realities of global majorities.

This seminar has two main aims: on the one hand, to help participants develop a better understanding of and personal response to Berlin as a postcolonial city, situated in the here and now, yet governed by racialized and other associated hierarchies endemic to …

Erster Termin
19.10.2023
Ort
Seminarraum Raumstrategien