Artist Organisations International

Propaganda & Counter-Propaganda

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Matteo Lucchetti

Matteo Lucchetti is an art historian, independent curator and critic. Currently he co-directs the visible project based in Brussels together with Judith Wielander.

Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP)

Represented by Lisa Ito

The Concerned Artists of the Philippines is an organisation of writers, artists and cultural workers committed to the principles of freedom, justice and democracy. It was founded in 1983 to unite Filipino artists against the dictatorial regime of then President Marcos. Since then it has continued to countervail the onslaught of globalisation and remnants of feudalism and to struggle for the people’s political and economic liberation.

Immigrant Movement International (IM)

Represented by Tania Bruguera

Tania Bruguera’s Immigrant Movement International is a long-term art project in the form of an artist-initiated socio-political movement. Engaging both local and international communities, as well as working with social service organisations, elected officials, and artists focused on immigration reform, IM examines growing concerns about the political representation facing immigrants. IM also delves into the implementation of art in society, examining what it means to create “Useful Art”.

Jewish Renaissance Movement in Poland (JRMiP)

Represented by Yael Bartana & Susanne Sachsse

The Jewish Renaissance Movement in Poland calls for the return of 3.300.000 Jews to Poland to symbolize the possibility of our collective imagination – to right the wrongs history has imposed and to reclaim the promise of an utopian future. Members of the movement recognise that Europe needs to be re-thought, that Israel must change to be part of the Middle East and that as citizens we have the responsibility to imagine the world differently. The JRMiP was initiated by Israeli-born artist Yael Bartana in 2007.

Zentrum für Politische Schönheit (ZPS)

Represented by Fabian Eggers, John Kurtz & André Leipold

Zentrum für Politische Schönheit [Centre for Political Beauty] is an assault team exploring moral beauty and human greatness in politics. The basic belief is that the legacy of the Holocaust is rendered void by political apathy, the rejection of refugees and political cowardice. In 2014, the ZPS helped Syrian refugees enter the European Union by adapting the 1938/39 British Kindertransport to the present. In 2014 the ZPS also linked the victims of the Berlin Wall to those at the outer EU borders in a highly debated action.


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    Fri 9.1.2015, 19:00 / HAU1


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Text by Hendrik Otremba.

An Introduction to “Collectivize Facebook”

By Jonas Staal

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“Manifestos for Queer Futures”

Video Documentation

As part of the festival “The Present Is Not Enough – Performing Queer Histories and Futures”, HAU initiated an open call for artists based in Berlin, who were invited to submit proposals for their Manifestos for Queer Futures.