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#unteilbar denken – a public think tank: Europe of the many

Thu 2.5.2019, 19:00 / HAU1
With Ferda Ataman, Holger Bergmann, Nikita Dhawan, Newroz Duman, Falk Richter, Kira Kirsch, Kathrin Röggla, Fabian Virchow / Moderation: Holger Bergmann, Margarita Tsomou

The rise of right-wing authoritarian forces in Europe is a threat to the diversity of lifestyles and cultures and also has consequences for artistic freedom. On the occasion of the EU elections, the series “#unteilbar denken – a public think tank” along with DIE VIELEN will discuss visions for a “Europe of the many.” How can we conceive of alternatives beyond isolation, austerity policies and nationalism?

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On the 29th of June 2019 the uprisings that have come to be known as the Stonewall Riots in Christopher Street in New York turn 50. Tucké Royale und Johannes Maria Schmit take this as a reason to celebrate at an unexpected site. Come along and be there, when the age of new self-evidence begins!

March on May 19 2019

DIE VIELEN are calling for the UNITE&SHINE MARCH in Berlin and additional cities across Germany on May 19, 2019. For a Europe of the many! Solidarity instead of privilege! Art remains free!
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The Berlin Declaration of The Many

HAU Publication Series

Utopian Realities – 100 Years of Now with Alexandra Kollontai


Featuring texts by the artists Marina Davydova, Vera Martynov, Simone Aughterlony and Jen Rosenblit, an introductory text by HAU director Annemie Vanackere, conversations with Lina Majdalanie, Mariano Pensotti and Vlatka Horvat and texts by Gisela Notz and Alex Demirović.

The Aesthetics of Resistance – Peter Weiss 100


Featuring texts by Guillermo Calderón, Oliver Frljić, Marco Layera and Rabih Mroué, a conversation between Nicoleta Esinencu and Aenne Quiñones, an introductory text by Aenne Quiñones, a speech by Peter Weiss, texts by Hans-Thies Lehmann and Jenny Willner, and a statement by Bini...

Projeto Brasil / The Sky Is Already Falling


Featuring a conversation between Lia Rodrigues and Nayse Lopéz, texts by Ian Steinman and Rodrigo Nunes, a blog entry by, and illustrations by the artist Paulo Nazareth.