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Queer Bar in July and August

As part of the GOSSIP programme curated by Agnieszka Roguski, Paul Niedermayer opens a Queer Bar at M.1 – diverse and free of discrimination. The Berlin-based artist transforms the garden into a space in which furnishing elements from the local gastronomy are reassembled, and thus shows how familiar the supposedly other can be. On three summer evenings, everyone is invited to come together and celebrate, regardless of gender, age, skin colour and sexual orientation!

Wir freuen uns sehr, die siebte Ausgabe unserer Heftreihe kuratieren anzukündigen!

Birgit Bosold, Vera Hofmann: Year of the Women* / Jahr der Frau_en, Schwules Museum 2018, kuratieren #7, hg. von Ulrike Boskamp, 2021

Sie reflektieren ihre kuratorische Arbeit im Schwulen Museum in Berlin im Jahr 2018, das als Jahr der Frau_en ausgerufen wurde und durchaus umstritten war. Es steht hier zum Download bereit.

Zum Launch des Hefts fand ein Gespräch zwischen den Autor:innen und der feministischen Kuratorin Helena Reckitt statt, das auf unserem Vimeo-Profil verfügbar ist.

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Current Projects

Currently at M.1

  • Saturday, 28 August

    18:00 h

    Queer Bar – Episode 3: Fremdgehen

    Queer Bar

M.1 kuratieren

Agnieszka Roguski works at the intersection of research and curatorial practices. She understands her knowledge as practice – and vice versa. Following this principle, she deals mainly with visual and digital cultures, performance and queer-feminist perspectives that she also investigates in her PhD thesis The Self on Display at Freie Universität Berlin. She has worked at Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg Platz, PRAXES Center for Contemporary Art, Wattis Institute San Francisco and Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig, among other places. She has held teaching positions at various universities and participated in international programmes such as the TRANScuratorial Academy in Phnom Penh, the Mountain School of Art in Los Angeles and the International Curator Course at the 11th Gwangju Biennale in Gwangju, South Korea. Her writing has been published by Texte zur Kunst, Spike Art Magazine, Camera Austria, Eikon and Springerin. Within the collective A.R. practice, she realises transmedial projects together with graphic designer Ann Richter, most recently the publication Echoing Exhibition Views. Subjectivity in Post-Digital Times, published by Onomatopee Press in 2020.

Agnieszka Roguski lives in Berlin.

Advancement Awards 2021/22