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Debate! Performing antagonisms. Part 2
Experiments, Debates, Workshops, Performances, Exhibitions
17th October 2018 – March 2019
Venue: Vor dem Steintor 133 – Bremen

Website : Debate! Part 2
German Version: Debatterie! Teil 2

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Now in Context of Debate! Part 2:

Writing and Performing Manifestos
ANDREA SICK

Öffentliches Arbeitszimmer, Vor dem Steintor 133
18.-23.02. Workshop (10h—18h)

Sa 23.02. // 17h
Presentation of Manifestos, Performance

Manifestos make statements. Manifestos make assertions in academic contexts where statements can not be posed without reservations. Manifestos create rules in places that commonly do not require specific laws. That is how manifestos have framed the activities of whole groups of artists, scientists or activists. Manifestos are like algorithms. In the digital wilderness, they ask for a standardization. To be able to function. With discrete concepts they envision an upheaval quite often. The spirit of the many — they unify it — even if they can’t help it — in the application.
We will write our own (artistic) manifestos and perform manifestos.

Part of the ongoing project: manifestos.de


SAVE THE DATE

Mo 25.02. // 19h
Report and Discussion
#wessenfreiheit.
GABRIELE WERNER

Mehr Infos: hier


Sa 02.03. // 19h
DEBATERS ANONYMOUS III
Ban on Thinking.
Myths, Ethics, Tactics

Mehr: Debaters Anonymous III



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Mehr zum Buch: Debatterie! Teil 1

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Debaters anonymous III
5.2.2019

Debaters Anonymous is a Format from in context of the LAb
DEBATE!! Performing Antagonisms


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