Symposium at Hospitalhof Stuttgart - 24-hour opening event

Stuttgart, May 2019

Symposium at Hospitalhof Stuttgart
Hospitalhof Stuttgart

11 May 2019, from 11 am
24-hour opening event
– with lectures by Grant Kester, Jeanne von Heeswijk, Bill Dietz, Tine de Moor, Sabih Ahmed, Elke Krasny, Katalin Erdodi
– and an overnight performance Sticky Stage by Discoteca Flaming Star

11 am: Introduction

11.15-12 am: Tine De Moor, Professor for “Institutions for Collective Action in Historical Perspective” at the Institute for Social and Economic History at the University of Utrecht

12-12.30: Score Performance

12.30-1.30pm: Jeanne van Heeswijk, artist and activist

1.30pm: Lunch break

2.30-3pm: Sabih Ahmed, independent researcher and curator based in New Delhi
3.-3.30pm: Katalin Erdodi, curator and researcher working in the fields of contemporary art and performance
3.30pm: Discussion

3.45-4.30: Bill Dietz, composer and writer

4.30: Scores and coffee break

6 pm: Grant Kester (via Skype), Professor of Art History in the Visual Arts department at the University of California at San Diego and the founding editor of FIELD

7 pm: Diversity Dinner

7.30pm: Elke Krasny, curator, cultural theorist, urban researcher and author

9pm: Performance Sticky Stage by Discoteca Flaming Star

Workshops & Talks

Small Projects for Coming Communities
is an ongoing research, workshop and exhibition project on the theme of community. The project intends to travel. They will aim for workshops all over the world. Within the workshops they want to expand the pool of scores by new acquaintances and other perspectives. For each workshop, artists, lecturers, activists and cultural producers are invited to talk about their artistic, literary, activists practice. Their presentations will be shared on together with the information of each workshop.