January 2021–June 2022
IN:VISIBILITIES is the thematical framework of the M.1 kuratieren programme in 2021/22, focusing on the relations of visibility and invisibility within changing technologies, their forms of representation, poetic narratives and critical potentials.
Digital environments suggest transparency and limitless possibilities of connection with different times, spaces and actors, while subtly creating new mechanisms that are located between inclusion and exclusion, centre and periphery. This has become all the more evident not only through the keywords Fake News and Filter Bubble, but also through the pandemic.
What does this mean for a place that both displays art and creates communal infrastructures? And how can artistic and curatorial practice in particular react to these changed relations of vision – produce them, prevent them, change them and thus make them a matter of negotiation?
April 2021–November 2021
26–30 April 2021
The Speculative Institution
18–30 June 2021
13 September 2021, 6 p.m. CET
Patterns of (In)Difference: Gossip, Code and Colonised Bodies
9 July 2021, 6 p.m. CET
3 nights – 3 episodes
THE GOSSIPERS – Hohenlockstedt Edition
Reel Talk with Shirin Barthel & Sunny Pudert
Media partner: KubaParis
Exhibition with works by Ana Botezatu, Rindon Johnson, Katarzyna Perlak, Bruno Zhu
26 September – 31 October 2021
Opening 25 Sepetmber 2021
Creating Context, Building Communities?
9 October 2021, 6 p.m. CET, online
March 2022–May 2022
Exhibition & Public Programme
THE JOY OF BEING THE CAUSE
Exhibition: Zuzanna Czebatul
20 March – 5 May 2022
Opening: 19 March 2022, 3 – 7 p.m.
#1: ACCESS | Cana Bilir-Meier
available from 7 April 2022 via Vimeo
#2: (DIS)CONNECTIVITY | Ute Kalender
available from 14 April 2022 via Soundcloud
#3: PROTECTION | House of Living Colors
available from 21 April 2022 via Soundcloud
#4: CAPITAL | Mi You
available from 28 April 2022 via Soundcloud
MEDIATION WORKSHOP #1 | On Site––Vor Ort
29 & 30 April 2022
Dina EL Kaisy Friemuth & Leonie Kellein
Advancement Awards 2021/22