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Borders and Territories: Identity in Place

  • 19:30 - 8 March, 2018
Borders and Territories: Identity in Place
Borders and Territories: Identity in Place, © Erik -Jan Ouwerkerk, 1990
© Erik -Jan Ouwerkerk, 1990

A symposium to kick off the new ANCB programme Borders and Territories: Identity in Place with Theo Deutinger, Annett Zinsmeister, Ai Weiwei and Lukas Feireiss.

Date: Thursday, 22 March 2018, 6.30 pm
Place: ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, Christinenstr. 18 - 19, 10119 Berlin

Borders and Territories: Identity in Place aims to examine new spatial, geopolitical and cultural possibilities related to nations and people on our globe. In this discourse, ANCB considers identity as a spatial problem caught between territorial claims and today’s global dynamics. Concepts of dividing and connecting are vital to address the question what is or makes territories that are defined (1) physicallypolitically, (2) by culture and ways of thinking and (3) by common interests such as economy. This includes the investigation of borders of different qualities – from physical divisions, “rurban” situations and political frontiers of countries and states to invisible boundaries between disciplines and social or cultural borders. We will also ask how the less quantifiable aspects of perception and heritage of place, including narrative, memory and the transit space of the border itself, might be interpreted and reflected. By crossing the “border” to various disciplines the programme aims to stimulate a discourse on the evaluation of space and its political and social dimensions.

This first event will serve as an introduction to the programme. To display the full scope of the current development with regards to territories, cultural borders, identities and geopolitical corridors, protagonists from different disciplines will discuss key aspects of their motivation, work and positions.

PROGRAMME

Welcome and Introduction
Hans-Jürgen Commerell, Director, ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, Berlin
Lukas Feireiss, Director „Radical Cut-Up“ Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam

Participants
Theo Deutinger, Architect, Author of Handbook of Tyranny, Salzburg/Amsterdam
'Handbook of Tyranny' portrays the routine cruelties of the twenty-first century through a series of detailed non-fictional graphic illustrations. None of these cruelties represent extraordinary violence - they reflect day-to-day implementation of laws and regulations around the globe.
Ai Weiwei, Artist, Berlin
Ai Weiwei's film 'Human Flow' gives a powerful visual expression to this massive human migration. In his project 'Good fences make good neighbors', the artist uses architecture and sculpture to jostle New Yorkers into recognition of the current sociopolitical environment, both locally and abroad.
Annett Zinsmeister, Artist, Berlin
In her work, Annett Zinsmeister focuses on the intersection of art, architecture, and cultural studies. She creates large-scale installations, conceptual and built spaces, photography, drawings, films and collages as well as texts.

Moderator
Lukas Feireiss, Director „Radical Cut-Up“ Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam

REGISTRATION
The event will be in English. Admission is free. Please register at reply@ancb.de

Theo Deutinger: Handbook of Tyranny, Lars Müller Publishers, 2018, 160 pages, ISBN
978-3-03778-534-8
The book will be on sale during the event.

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Cite: "Borders and Territories: Identity in Place" 08 Mar 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/890408/borders-and-territories-identity-in-place/> ISSN 0719-8884

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