Open Archive

Part of “Re/assembling Antiracist Struggles”

Open 19.5., 16:00–22:00, 20.5., 10:00–22:00, 21.5. 10:00–15:00

While the assembly’s events take place, there will be various exhibitions, collections of archive materials and film and audio stations on anti-racist struggles on display in HAU's foyers:

  • Frauen Besetzen” (“Occupying Women”) (an archive station by Denise Garcia Bergt / International Women* Space)
  • Yallah!? Über die Balkanroute“ (“Yallah?! Across the Balkan Route”) (excerpts from a touring exhibition about the long summer of migration and European refugee policy, by Svenja Schurade, amongst others)
  • Migrantischer Widerstand im Hamburg der 1990er: Wo Bewegung ist, guckt man hin” (“Migrant Resistance in Hamburg in the 1990s: Where there's movement, people look”)(a wall newspaper by Gürsel Yildirim)
  • women struggle” (book table, film projections and poster collages by International Women* Space)
  • “Auszüge aus dem Sound-Archiv: Mölln (1992) und Köln (2004)” (“Excerpts from the Sound Archive: Mölln (1992) and Köln (2004)”), audio installation by Talya Feldman in cooperation with Bengü Kocatürk-Schuster
  • Book table (of the bookshop Dante Connection Buchhandlung)
  • Offener Prozess” (“Open Process”) (an exhibition on the history of the NSU complex curated by Ayşe Güleç. Project sponsor: Offener Prozess/ASA-FF e.V., created as part of the theater project "Kein Schlussstrich").
  • Initiative Postmigrantisches Radio
  • Film station

An initial collection of materials and knowledge will be expanded and supplemented with photos, posters and writing from anti-racist struggles that visitors can scan on site. Following the assembly, an open archive will be created in the FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum with the collected materials, continuing the collective reflection and discussion.


  • Past
    Thu 19.5.2022, 16:00 / HAU1
    Fri 20.5.2022, 10:00 / HAU1
    Sat 21.5.2022, 10:00 / HAU1


The project “Re/assembling Antiracist Struggles” is a cooperation of the University of Göttingen with the Kiel University of Applied Sciences, the Migration Museum (DOMiD) Cologne and the FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum Berlin. It is funded by the Federal Agency for Civic Education. An event in cooperation with HAU Hebbel am Ufer.


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