In his research, he examines how curators, contemporary artists and art institutes in Berlin deal critically with the topics of alterity and diversity. Fieldnotes, Post-Otherness, and Unsustainable Privileges new publication After two years of fieldwork with the district gallery of Berlin-Wedding, I am delighted to have contributed some experimental and fragmentary field notes on aspects of my research with the gallery on their successive two-year programmes of exhibitions with the curatorial umbrella concepts "post-otherness wedding" and "unsustainable privileges".
The book will be launched on 29 May in Galerie Wedding in Berlin, but can be bought with most art bookshops. The Post-Anthropological. Convergences Across Museums, Art, and Colonialism. Fundamentally, therefore, particularly regarding issues of restitution and ownership, this debate is not just about institutional change, but about transnational and transcultural reparation, repair, and justice. These climates of change have, however, also facilitated new kinds of collaborations and translations, such as between museums and artists, activists and scholars, that have, we observe, taken the debate about the legitimacy of anthropology beyond itself.
This debate is thus not just one within anthropology, but also and perhaps more significantly, about the elsewhere and otherwise of anthropology. It does so in particular by exploring case studies, both contemporary and historic, that extend this debate beyond European institutions and fields. In particular - and by way of a discussion led by Anthony Shelton director of the Museum of Anthropology at UBC , we link these debates on the post-anthropological grappling with the legacies of the European colonial project with the changing climates in Canadian, Indian, and South Pacific contexts.
These contributions also reflect on the ongoing struggles, and the limits as well as possibilities, afforded by calls for the decolonisation of anthropology and its related institutions. For more information, see below flyer and get in touch personally if you are interested in joining the course. This seminar looks at past convergences, present problems, and future relations between art, anthropology, and colonialism.
What role has art played in mediating the relation between anthropology and colonial legacies? How have post- and de-colonial perspectives in art practice and theory posed new anthropological problems? How can experimental and self-critical anthropological practice address colonial legacies through contemporary artistic practices? We will be looking at core texts that address this nexus, focusing on more recent approaches to the anthropology of art, and more contemporary practices of art.
We will aim to complement our readings and discussions with invited speakers from the field of contemporary art who engage with colonialism, and also seek to make reference to or conduct visits to relevant sites of artistic production in Berlin insofar possible. The seminar will be conducted mainly in English, but contributions and discussions in German will be welcome.
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All readings will be made available to the course participants or can be obtained by emailing the seminar convenor. More information on the HU website here. Theo Eshetu. Atlas Fractured Installation view, Athens Conservatoire Odeion , documenta Photo: Theo Eshetu. Go check out our abstract and submit a paper. Deadline 8 April. What is the generative potential of the dystopian, peripheral - those sites, practices, and ideas left in the shadows of the present.
Responses to global challenges, social change, and utopian visions seldom focus on the shadowy, unseen, or dystopian.
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We value and aspire to trajectories of progress, clarity, and decolonial struggles against oppression and for recognition. But what about the ambivalence of light and the potential of the opaque? This panel highlights anthropological perspectives on unassuming visionaries, micro-utopias, and phantom agencies across the fields of art, heritage, and material culture. Drawing on ethnographic field-research, we wish to juxtapose different considerations of lesser-known, peripheral, or unlikely visionary potential for crafting responses to global challenges.
We are interested in the ambivalent potentials and dynamics between light and shadow in the context of art, heritage, and materiality. What happens when counter-hegemonic perspectives become normative; when the uncanonical is suddenly in the spotlight? How are sites, stories, and ideals about heritage and materiality pulled back into the shadow and made to appear illegitimate?
Being in the light implies confrontation with visibility, normativity, and intelligibility - and thus not necessarily the most suitable conditions for visionary perspectives on sociality and futurity. For this panel, we invite proposals exploring the idea of shadows of the present in relation to ethnographic research on art, heritage, and materiality. Propose a paper via this link here! I presented the results of an ongoing conversation on research addressing post migrant identities, the politics of fiction, and theatre in Germany, which will be published in the group's edited volume forthcoming with Rutledge.
Calibrating the Contemporary. HUDUD arab. HUDUD focuses on mobility beyond mental and territorial borders. In Berlin, the project will involve closed working groups, open workshops with Berlin-based artists and scholars, and two public presentations. Aesthetics has often been questioned as a Western, Bourgeois construct.
The anthropology of art historically departed from this paradoxical, iconoclastic rejection of art practice and in particular, art theory. In this workshop, we want to explore the foundations of the iconoclastic ethos of anthropology, and reassess the role of art within the discipline. What is the trouble with art in anthropology? Our aim is to examine how the anthropology of art can be re-founded, from a paradoxical sub-field, to a contribution to the theoretical problems of anthropology, and a critical discipline of contemporary societies.
The symposium is open to both senior and early-career scholars who are planning or conducting projects in the anthropology of art. Please indicate in your email to which format you wish to propose an idea. Panels and roundtables will then be formed based on the themes and submissions. We also welcome film, photo, or other media submissions as long as they respond to the theme and are within the time-frame of minutes. Contact details: Roger Sansi rogersansi ub.
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February Check out below for more details and events in Berlin in the weeks after. I am standing for election among 8 other brilliant colleagues. We want to create a network, a sustainable conversation, maybe even a mini-manifesto. The work ranged across generations, across cultures, across aesthetics. Committed and ambitious. An ambition challenged by issues of language and cultural translation and by resources and funding, but undimmed for all that. After many years of some of the most productive AND the most fun academic encounters during past EASA meetings, I decided that it might be time to try and feed some of that energy back in different ways into the organisation.
The new committee will preside over the association until and be responsible for th e preparation of this next conference in Portugal next summer. Short statements by the candidates can be found via the link below. Drafted by some of my colleagues, and signed by many including myself from our research initiatives across Berlin institutes. You can download the full programme here. Alongside classicist Clare Foster and a broad range of interdisciplinary scholars, I was founding co-convenor of this wonderful network, which was created in a resolutely interdisciplinary spirit and has carried this thought through many bi-weekly seminars across almost all disciplines - from anatomy and zoology.
Among other things, I argued that we need a greater sensitivity towards the mobilisation of theory in artistic practices, and our own involvement in receiving and analysing these. This also requires an understanding, furthermore, of forms of embodied knowledge in fieldwork practices with theatre and other artistic practices.
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In actu - theatrale Praxis als Objekt und Methode der Forschung.. How can we, as privileged, creative artists, cultural meditators and public institutions as well as individuals look critically at white privileges, patriarchic or economic structures and develop appropriate dynamics of self-reflection within our programme? Drawing on diverse ethnographic contexts, this panel expands on anthropological theorisations of time and transformation by drawing on fieldwork exploring the temporalities of artistic, musical, and cultural processes.
We wish to highlight the need to analyse the multiplicity of conceptions and enactments of time in cultural processes, taking seriously the contributions of the arts and music to the production and theorization of time. Art and music have a dual quality: they are situated within ongoing historical processes, but they also produce time in diverse ways.
Rather than dwelling on analyses of particular artistic practices and their ephemerality, or on conceptions of heritage and deep time, we aim to highlight how the study of multiple temporalities in artistic and cultural production can inform our understanding of history, tradition, and imagination more generally and feed back into core discussions in the anthropology of time and cultural history. The symposium approaches the term both from an artistic and anthropological perspective and asks: What comparisons, relationships, and standards does the construction of alterity imply?
Is alterity a relational and situational concept? How are differences manifested? Social Anthropology 26 3 : What I propose therefore is that we can think of characters as dynamic repertoires of actions and traits that allow us to become otherwise; characters in this sense could then be described as creative appropriations of other actions.
In order to cultivate character, then, we need, perhaps counterintuitively, to include the idea of detachment from stability, steadiness, singularity and to incorporate a sense of capacity for being other and multiple. Link to pdf on journal website , on academia , and for direct download. The entire workshop is structured around five key themes outlined below with sixteen provocation position pieces, expanded and elaborated version of which be publishing the results in a special section of TDR: The Drama Review in due course.
How is performance mobilized as a participatory and embodied locus of ethnographic theorizing, and how can comparativism help develop new performance theory? How does participant observation offer an approach to performance beyond audience- performer dichotomies so that more complex dramaturgies can become evident? That sense of internal multiplicity also raises questions at the heart of the collaborative languages that we speak.
An example is given in the emphasis that English-speaking anthropology puts on the concept of relations. Rethinking Museums and Heritage. Open-access publication now freely available on our website. Limited number of hard copies also available but the main purpose is open-access distribution. So feel free to share with anyone interested! Feature on online podcast platform. Konsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark. Particular focus is on the Museum of Asian Art. Contextualizing global art and cultural collections require a rethinking of the long history of colonial empire and the Asia Pacific and current asymmetries of power, including institutionalized power, in relation to the rational and contextualization of provenance, cultural heritage, preservation, and presentation.
Conjunctures and Creations. Abstract and info below: Interactions between ethnographic museums and contemporary art have been contentious — appropriative and short-lived for some, a creative and necessary way forward for others. This panel investigates the manifold possibilities, histories, and possible futur es of this relation.
On 1 June, following the second premiere, we are also organising a reading with Syrian poet Lina Atfah, who fled the Assad regime as an adolescent. The reading will be in Arabic and German. Atfah's latest publication is Deine Angst — Dein Paradies. Gedichte aus Syrien This three-day working meeting brings together artists, performers, producers, and scholars to talk about diversity and migration and how to create a sustainable long-term conversation on these issues at the level of federal cultural politics.
Horizons critiques. Both problematise constructions of otherness and exoticism. My abstract is below. Amidst heavy criticism from civil rights organisations, postcolonial activists, and contemporary artists, the Forum clings to mediating its popular Humboldtian vision and version of exploration as a form of curious wanderlust. This paper traces some of the developments of how the Humboldt Forum and its constituent partners mediate and seek to popularise visions of the two Humboldt brothers as visionary explorers, rather than exoticising colonialists.
The core aim of this project is to renew democratic agendas by politics of performative citizenship and public making in multicultural settings. For this encounter, Alya Sebti and Jonas Tinius speak about the institutionalisation and destabilisation of curatorial and anthropological practices. Highlighting and concluding the Gallery Reflections series initiated in , they are also addressing the complexities of creating such an exchange within the space of an institution itself.
She will be giving a two-day masterclass for early career researchers on her career in anthropology and approach to theory-work.
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