Applications are open for the semester programme Transcultural Collaboration and the Summer Schools 2021

Summer Schools 2021

  • Theme:
    Pop Cultures
  • Dates:
    21.6.21–27.8.21
  • Location:
    online and hybrid: Kyoto, Singapore, Zurich

Call for Applications – Summer Schools 2021

Application deadline: 18 May 2021

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Talk: Against Political Naturalism

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Talk: Situating the Gap

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Talk with Jeanne van Heeswijk

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Talk: Once Upon a Place

Panel discussion with Lucy Steeds (Afterall, UAL) with John Tain (Head of Research, Asia Art Archive)

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Workshop 15: Six Degrees of Separation: Curatorial Practice/Objects of Desire

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Workshop 14: Digital Choreography

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Workshop 13: Emancipating Alexa

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Workshop 12: Situated Knowledges and Multidirectional Memory

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Workshop 11: Ice Forgets

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Workshop 09: Scores – From Situated Knowledges to Shared Action

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Workshop 10: Transforming Situated Experience into Situated Knowledges

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Workshop 04: Attunement with More-than-Human Worlds

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Workshop 06: Transposition

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Workshop 05: FoMO FREE RADIO

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Workshop 03: Curing the Archive Fever: Filling the Gaps through Situatedness

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Workshop 02: Curatorial Pitch Karaoke

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Workshop 01: Situated Knowledges, Situated Works

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Who Knows? Who Cares?

An open conversation on Intersectionality and Planetary Health.

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Conversations 與萬物對談 2021: On non-human centric approaches

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Pop in the Roaring 1920's. Zelda Fitzgerald, Irmgard Keun, Klaus and Erika Mann

Video Essay by Maren Lickhardt

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Cosmopolitics in Sound

Video Presentation by Sheryl Cheung

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Detailed Programme: Improvise! 2021

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Buried

Q&A with UCNV

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It’s Only Stuff

Q&A with Rada Leu

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Selfie-Biographies: On Reaction Videos

Q&A with Annekathrin Kohout

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From Purikura to SNS Selfies. Digital Photography and Japanese Popular Culture

Q&A with Morihiro Satow

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At Home – The Visual Culture of Privacy

Q&A with Joseph Imorde

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Picturing the Self

The fourth section of the online lecture series "Self-Imaging: Identity, Disruption, Transformation" is curated by Jörg Scheller.

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Blocking the Void and Filling the Bridges – On the Staging of Conflict and Activist Selves in Contemporary Protest Cultures

Q&A with Jorinde Schulz

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Where are the Stages?

Q&A with Björn Beneditz

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NO I SELF – Betty Apple's Transcoding Game of Ideology

Performances by and Q&A with Betty Apple

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The Self in the Mind’s Eye: An illustrated talk with Q&A

Illustrated talk with Q&A with Professor Manos Tsakiris

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Curiosity: Music and Immersive scientific exploration

Interview with Professor Kelly Snook

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Visual identities. The digital looking-glass self.

Q&A with Francis Müller

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Bizarre Bodies. Digital Body Identities.

Q&A with Irena Srdanovic

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