19.5. – 20.5.18

Group pictures


Foto: Anne Krönker

Emotional States

Zeit  13.00 – 18.00

Kuratiert durch  Constanze Müller

How to work tog­e­ther in self-orga­nis­ed groups? What inner pro­ces­ses, values and chan­ges a group has to deal with? Are self-orga­nis­ed groups able to gain sus­taina­bi­li­ty? Constanze Müller, German cura­tor and pedago­gue, will lead an inter­di­sci­pli­na­ry work­shop ques­tio­ning and prac­ti­sing methods of self-orga­ni­sa­ti­on. Members of D21 Kunstraum Leipzig, the artist Anne Krönker and par­ti­ci­pan­ts from Moscow are invi­ted and wel­co­med to par­ti­ci­pa­te. Over the cour­se of days, the group will form a tem­po­ra­ry com­mu­ni­ty to dis­cuss ques­ti­ons on self-orga­ni­sa­ti­on, inner pro­ces­ses, values and chan­ges a group has to deal with, and ques­ti­ons of sus­taina­bi­li­ty. The aim is to exch­an­ge expe­ri­en­ces as well as to crea­te ide­as and solutions.

The work­shop is part of the exhi­bi­ti­on Based on These New Dependencies, We Define Five Normal Forms (16.05 — 26.08.2018) cura­ted by D21 Kunstraum, a non-pro­fit space for con­tem­po­ra­ry art in Leipzig, and in par­ti­cu­lar, a plat­form for topics rele­vant to socie­ty to be com­mu­ni­ca­ted and dis­cus­sed through the medi­um of art. D21 has been invi­ted by the Goethe Institute and MMOMA to cura­te an exhi­bi­ti­on that reflects their own orga­ni­sa­tio­nal situa­ti­on: D21 is admi­nis­te­red by a self-orga­ni­zed asso­cia­ti­on of vol­un­teers. The exhi­bi­ti­on reflects and nud­ges the evo­lu­ti­on of social rela­ti­onships, arti­cu­la­ting unar­ti­cu­la­ted desi­res towards new rela­ti­ons, and fos­te­ring pro­po­si­ti­ons about how we can live tog­e­ther. Looking back to the his­to­ric Proletkult move­ment, the exhi­bi­ti­on and the accom­pany­ing pro­gram of per­for­man­ces, lec­tures, rea­dings and work­shops open a pro­ces­su­al, par­ti­ci­pa­to­ry project.

Emotional States