The Berlin Sessions

 

From February 2017 onwards, KW Institute for Contemporary Art will organize a series of monthly public talks in collaboration with various institutions and organizations located in Berlin. The series entitled The Berlin Sessions will explore the fabric of cultural producers in the city by inviting one Berlin-based speaker to give a presentation on another cultural producer that he/she finds inspiring. The goal of the lecture series is to highlight the work of Berlin-based creatives from the perspective of their peers; to map connections between the various producers and fields and to strengthen the existing networks between locally based artists, authors, musicians, performers, researchers and other creative producers. Every month, a series of lectures will be hosted and co-organized in collaboration with a different institution in Berlin, such as DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program, Berlinische Galerie, among others. The series will travel and will be hosted by the partner organizations at their premises and at KW.

 

Philipp Ekardt on Heike-Karin Föll

 

24 January 18, 7 pm

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Gregor Hildebrandt on Pola Sieverding

 

15 December 17, Midnight

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Previous Events

 

Dellbrügge & de Moll on below papers

 

4 October 17, 7 pm

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Julieta Aranda on Anri Sala

 

Lecture, in English

21 June 17, 7 pm

Venue: Studio, KW Institute for Contemporary Art

 

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Käthe Kruse on Geniale Dilletanten

 

  1. Lecture, in German

  2. 31 May 17, 7 pm

    Venue: Berlinische Galerie, Alte Jakobstraße 124–128, 10969 Berlin 

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Annika Eriksson on Charlotte von Mahlsdorf

 

Lecture, in English

22 March 17, 7 pm

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Michel Auder on Daniel Knorr

 

Lecture, in English
8 March 17
 
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Peter Wächtler on Hans- Christian Lotz

 

Lecture, in English

21 February 17, 7 pm

Free entry, limited capacity

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AA Bronson on Elijah Burgher

 

Lecture, in English

8 February 17, 7 pm

Free entry, limited capacity

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