SODA Lecture: What does it take to belong?
Sandra Noeth
Uferstudio 11

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Sat 18.01.20 10:30 Uhr
Sun 19.01.20 11:00 Uhr
Sat 08.02.20 10:30 Uhr
Sun 09.02.20 11:00 Uhr
Description

How is 'belonging' constructed, negotiated and challenged? How can artistic practice and aesthetic create always-specific experiences and reflections of belonging that go beyond essentialist and normative identity politics?

Each semester, the SODA lecture series gathers artists and theorists from various disciplines and fields of practice. Bodies, and the aesthetic, socio-political and ethical questions that they open up, are at the core of the public discourse and workshop program that is dedicated to the idea of ‘belonging’ in the 2019/20 winter term: a complex and open idea that addresses material, geopolitical and affective aspects; reminds of familiar routines, gestures and habits, shared norms, values and rights; and formulates questions concerning experiences of safety and trust and the right to societal and political participation. What does it take to belong? Starting from artistic and theoretical inputs and practices of the invited guests, the public series explores how ‘belonging’ is constructed, negotiated, rehearsed and challenged by performative, body- and movement-based and sensorial strategies. How can artistic practice and aesthetic create always-specific experiences and reflections of belonging that go beyond essentialist and normative identity politics?

Performers

Prof. Dr. Sandra Noeth & Guests

More info (and reservation options)

18.01., 10:30-18:00

19.01., 11:00-17:00

08.02., 10:30-18:00

09.02., 11:00-17:00

Ticket price
free admission

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