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Titel der Ausstellung Resonance in der ifa Galerie Berlin, Rosa Buchstaben auf grauem Hintergrund
Resonance @ ifa-Galerie Berlin, 01-16-03-19 Copyright PiliGB 2019

Resonances

ifa Gallery Berlin | 01.03.2019 – 16.03.2019

Exhibition | RESONANCES (rez.ən.ənsez) is a space for research and encounter at ifa Gallery Berlin. Within an open research installation in the context of the exhibition programme “Untie to Tie” the experts involved will discuss, activate and share their different approaches, strategies and practices. Visitors are welcome to reflect upon their own knowledge(s), to listen and to engage with the space and the wide variety of materials.

Resonances evolves in conversation with the practitioners and participants, providing an insight into a multiplicity of narratives and articulations of knowledge(s) that have been gathered, produced and generously shared among one another. It engages with artistic/curatorial strategies of dissent and serves as well as a reflection on the processes behind visible forms of exhibition making. The idea is to activate a mode of exchange, and to open a space for discussion, dissonant discourses and practices of “un_learning”, Assuming that shifting the base of our knowledge(s) leads to shifting our way of being in the world, Resonances gives rise to multiple questions that are not new but still far from being answered: What conditions are needed to shift the status quo of the imperialist and capitalist structures that support white supremacy and patriarchy and what common practice(s) do we need? Which new modes of operating, occupying and epistemic disobedience can be activated within (and outside) the colonial power matrix? How can we aim for more horizontality being situated within mostly vertical structures of power?

In collaboration with and with contributions from so far: Jasmina Al-Qaisi, Natalie Bayer, BE.BOP (Alanna Lockward, Walter Mignolo), Kenza Benamour, Hudud (Omar Berrada, Driss Ksikes Hassan Darsi, Nassim Azarzar, Zineb Benjelloun, Meryem Jall, Loutfi Souidi, Yassine Yassni, Abdeslam Ziou Ziou), Nuray Demir, Anthony Downey, Ibraaz, Johannes Ismaiel-Wendt (ARK), Anna-Alix Kofi (something we Africans got), Malve Lippmann and Can Sungu (bi’bak), Elsa M ́bala, SAVVY Contemporary/SAVVY docs, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Beya Othmani, Bhavisha Panchia (Nothing to Commit Records), Elena Quintarelli, Anna Raimondo (Saout Radio), Kate Robertson, The Kainake Project, Anike Joyce Sadiq, et al.

Concept: Nikola Hartl

Programme
Antiracist curatorial practice | Book presentation and talk: 15 March, 19.00

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