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Haus der Kulturen der Welt A cosmopolitan place for contemporary arts | Tickets: 030 – 39 78 7175 Das Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) schafft ein Forum für die zeitgenössischen Künste und kritische Debatten.

Inmitten tiefgreifender globaler und planetarer Transformationsprozesse erkundet das HKW künstlerische Positionen, wissenschaftliche Konzepte und politische Handlungsfelder neu: Wie lassen sich die Gegenwart, wie ihre beschleunigten technologischen Umwälzungen fassen? Wie können die Migrationsgesellschaften von morgen aussehen? Und welche Aufgabe übernehmen hierbei die Künste und die Wissenschafte

Inmitten tiefgreifender globaler und planetarer Transformationsprozesse erkundet das HKW künstlerische Positionen, wissenschaftliche Konzepte und politische Handlungsfelder neu: Wie lassen sich die Gegenwart, wie ihre beschleunigten technologischen Umwälzungen fassen? Wie können die Migrationsgesellschaften von morgen aussehen? Und welche Aufgabe übernehmen hierbei die Künste und die Wissenschafte

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Die sechs Bücher der Internationaler Literaturpreis SHORTLIST 2022 stehen fest 💜 Mehr Informationen: hkw.de/literaturpre...
24/05/2022

Die sechs Bücher der Internationaler Literaturpreis SHORTLIST 2022 stehen fest 💜 Mehr Informationen: hkw.de/literaturpreis

Liebe im neuen Jahrtausend
von Can Xue
aus dem Chinesischen von Karin Betz
Matthes & Seitz, 2021

Meine Eltern / Alles nicht dein Eigen
von Aleksandar Hemon
aus dem Amerikanischen von Henning Ahrens
claassen, 2021

Der Fluch des Hechts
von Juhani Karila
aus dem Finnischen von Maximilian Murmann
homunculus, 2022

Leichte Sprache
von Cristina Morales
aus dem Spanischen von Friederike von Criegern
Matthes & Seitz, 2022

Eine Nebensache
von Adania Shibli
aus dem Arabischen von Günther Orth
Berenberg, 2022

Omertà. Buch des Schweigens
von Andrea Tompa
aus dem Ungarischen von Terézia Mora
Suhrkamp, 2022

Wir gratulieren allen nominierten Autor*innen und Übersetzer*innen sowie allen Verlagen.

Danke an die Juror*innen und an Maria-Christina Piwowarski und Ludwig Lohmann für die schöne Bekanntgabe! Wer den Livestream heute verpasst hat, kann die Enthüllung und das Gespräch auf dem Instagram-Kanal von „ocelot, not just another bookstore“ nachschauen.

Die Preisverleihung findet am 22. Juni im Haus der Kulturen der Welt statt.
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Foto: Silke Briel / HKW

Die Zivilisationsfrage - Announcements - e-flux
23/05/2022
Die Zivilisationsfrage - Announcements - e-flux

Die Zivilisationsfrage - Announcements - e-flux

Die Zivilisationsfrage radically questions imperialist narratives of civilization, inviting activists and researchers from history, archaeology and anthropology to discuss new empirical findings and emancipatory practices.

See some impressions from the Unearthing the Present – Opening Days!   Over the past two years, the Anthropocene Working...
23/05/2022

See some impressions from the Unearthing the Present – Opening Days!

Over the past two years, the Anthropocene Working Group has been assembling stratigraphic evidence for the geological reality of the new Earth epoch. During the past weekend, scientists, researchers, artists and activists have connected these analyses with a discussion of the changing scope for social and political agency.

The exhibition by artists Giulia Bruno and Armin Linke is still open until October 17! Earth Indices focuses on the social interaction in which this scientific research takes place, shedding light on the specific procedures and tasks required for the production of geological evidence. In this way, a multilayered archive of the demarcating process for the new geological epoch emerges. More about the exhibition: hkw.de/en/indices

­Earth Indices. Processing the Anthropocene
Exhibition by Giulia Bruno and Armin Linke
🗓 Thu, May 19–Mon, Oct 17
Daily, except Tue, 12 noon–8 pm
Free admission

Photos: Katy Otto / HKW

21/05/2022
Geological Evidences

The Unearthing the Present program continues today from 12pm! As part of the "Clashing the Presents" panel at 3pm, Matthew C. Wilson will show his film "Geological Evidences". It address the current uncertainty about the position and future of humans in relation to the earth and climate change. More information about the program: hkw.de/en/uneathing
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Extract from "Geological Evidences" by Matthew C. Wilson

Last chance to register for the MARKERS workshops today! 🧫 Starting this afternoon, eight sessions in three stages as pa...
20/05/2022

Last chance to register for the MARKERS workshops today! 🧫 Starting this afternoon, eight sessions in three stages as part of Unearthing the Present examine how a particular chemical or biological fingerprint becomes a demarcation for the new geological epoch of the Anthropocene. Please register at [email protected] & find out more about the opening days program on hkw.de/en/unearthing!

Markers – Material Delineations of the Present
Workshop sessions, Demonstrations & Discussions
🗓 Fri, May 20, 2022
Free admission

3–4.30 pm
1: Environmental Markers to Chemical Violence
2: What’s So Micro About Plastics?
3: Mud, Materiality & Microfossils

5–6.30 pm
4: Troubling Sedimentations
5: Reading the Ashes
6: Conversations Beyond the Human

7–9 pm
7: Archaeology of the Anthropocene
8: Fingerprints of the Nuclear Age
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Image: Coral photo taken during diving trip to Flower Garden Banks, Photo: © Kristine DeLong / Illustrations from “Anthropogenic Markers: Stratigraphy and Context", Graphic: © Protey Temen; Collage: NODE Berlin Oslo

Another HKW recommendation for tomorrow: "Unmoored, Adrift, Ashore" - The symposium organised by Or Gallery in Vancouver...
18/05/2022

Another HKW recommendation for tomorrow: "Unmoored, Adrift, Ashore" - The symposium organised by Or Gallery in Vancouver will include a series of examinations emerging from Indigenous and post-colonial thought that offer conceptions of water as a central component for decolonizing and disrupting conventional understandings of identity, borders, ownership and other forms of relations that stretch beyond territorial and commodity logics. More information & registration: https://orgallery.org/events/unmoored-adrift-ashore/

#IDAHOBIT22 🌈Für heute Abend empfehlen wir euch die Paneldiskussion „LSBTQ und der Krieg in der Ukraine: Besatzung, Wied...
17/05/2022

#IDAHOBIT22 🌈

Für heute Abend empfehlen wir euch die Paneldiskussion „LSBTQ und der Krieg in der Ukraine: Besatzung, Wiederstand, Flucht und Solidarität" mit queeren Aktivist*innen aus dem besetzten Kherson in der PANDA platforma, organisiert vom Verein russischsprechender LSBTQ* in Deutschland Quarteera e.V. Wer nicht dabei sein kann, kann hier per Live-Stream zuschauen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HiaJqXDj-Y

🐄 OUT NOW: “What Is Life?” - Volume 11 of the book series DAS NEUE ALPHABET (#TheNewAlphabet): 'What is Life?' The sum o...
16/05/2022

🐄 OUT NOW: “What Is Life?” - Volume 11 of the book series DAS NEUE ALPHABET (#TheNewAlphabet): 'What is Life?' The sum of functions opposing death? With unconventional interjections, this volume’s contributors pursue the question of biology’s essence. Find all new volumes of The New Alphabet on hkw.de/DNAbooks 📚

Event: Unearthing the Present
13/05/2022
Event: Unearthing the Present

Event: Unearthing the Present

Woraus besteht das neue Erdzeitalter? Lässt sich der Beginn des Anthropozäns nachweisen? Die vier Thementage „Unearthing the Present“, die im...

Register now for the MARKERS workshops next week 🧪🧫  Developed from the online publication “Anthropogenic Markers”, eigh...
13/05/2022

Register now for the MARKERS workshops next week 🧪🧫

Developed from the online publication “Anthropogenic Markers”, eight sessions in three stages examine how a particular chemical or biological fingerprint becomes a demarcation for the new geological epoch of the Anthropocene. More about the program: https://bit.ly/3PjuQl7

More about the publication "Anthropogenic Markers":
anthropocene-curriculum.org/anthropogenic-markers

Markers – Material Delineations of the Present
Workshop sessions, Demonstrations & Discussions
🗓 Fri, May 20, 2022
Free admission

3–4.30 pm
1: Environmental Markers to Chemical Violence
2: What’s So Micro About Plastics?
3: Mud, Materiality & Microfossils

5–6.30 pm
4: Troubling Sedimentations
5: Reading the Ashes
6: Conversations Beyond the Human

7–9 pm
7: Archaeology of the Anthropocene
8: Fingerprints of the Nuclear Age

Registration for individual workshops is now open. Limited capacity. Please register at [email protected]

12/05/2022
BAD WORDS Season 2

🎧 BAD WORDS - Season 2 is out now! After the first season took Ilse Aichinger’s titular essay #BadWords and its resistant poetics as its point of departure, Etel Adnan’s #Night takes us into the darkness. Between the revolutionary potential of staying awake and the shrouding qualities of night, the second season negotiates language as a means of silence and the night as a place of the living dead. Give it a listen on hkw.de/badwords

SCHLECHTE WÖRTER / BAD WORDS

An audio series by Fabian Saul, in collaboration with Mathias Zeiske. Season 2 with contributions by Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi, Nalan, Miriam Stoney, Tanasgol Sabbagh, Enis Maci, Haytham El Wardany & Lama El Khatib.

What do the archives of earth tell us about our present?  Since 2019, the "Anthropocene Working Group” (AWG) has been se...
11/05/2022

What do the archives of earth tell us about our present?

Since 2019, the "Anthropocene Working Group” (AWG) has been searching for geological evidence for the onset of the Anthropocene at various sites around the world.

For the exhibition Earth Indices, artists Giulia Bruno and Armin Linke observed the geological research of the AWG. What is the new geological epoch made of? In what places and with which methods are scientists identifying the transition to the Anthropocene? The exhibition registers the geological traces of the new epoch and shows what instruments and methods are being used to let the planet speak.

Pacific corals, lake sediments in northeastern China and stalactites from an Italian karst cave: At the launch of the Opening Days Unearthing the Present, researchers, artists and activists decode stratigraphic samples in “Core Readings” and connect the geological analysis of the present with a discussion of the changing scope for social and political agency. The “Marker” lectures focus on laboratory practices to prove the Anthropocene and “A Scientific Forum” on the results.

Opening Days with contributions by Francine M.G. McCarthy, Ann Cotten, Shadreck Chirikure, Victor Galaz, Lesley Green, Michelle Murphy, Sophia Roosth, Susan Schuppli, Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò, Simon Turner, Mark Williams, Mi You and many others.

SAVE THE DATES

­Earth Indices. Processing the Anthropocene
Exhibition by Giulia Bruno and Armin Linke
🗓 Thu, May 19–Mon, Oct 17
Daily, except Tue, 12 noon–8 pm
Free admission
More about the exhibition: hkw.de/Indices

Unearthing the Present
Opening Days
🗓 Thu, May 19–Sun, May 22
Free admission
More about the Opening Days: hkw.de/Unearthing

Anthropocene Working Group. A Scientific Forum
🗓 Wed, May 18 - Fri, May 20
Free admission, with registration

Markers – Material Delineations of the Present
🗓 Fri, May 20, 3 - 9 pm
Free admission, registration requested

Part of Evidence & Experiment.

Hier treffen sich die 🦊e! Die Vielfalt von Tieren, die sich im Laufe der Zeit um das HKW herum angesiedelt haben, lassen...
10/05/2022

Hier treffen sich die 🦊e! Die Vielfalt von Tieren, die sich im Laufe der Zeit um das HKW herum angesiedelt haben, lassen lokal erfahrbar werden, was sonst abstrakt erscheinen mag – die Grenzen von Natur und Kultur sind längst aufgelöst. Seit 2013 untersucht das HKW in zahlreichen Formaten, das sogenannte Anthropozän – ein neues, von menschlichen Eingriffen in die Natur bestimmtes Erdzeitalter. In einer Architekturführung für gehörlose und hörende Besucher*innen spricht Corinna Wilms sowohl über die Architektur und Baugeschichte der Kongresshalle, als auch über seine Funktion als Ort der Versammlung – von Menschen, Kaninchen, Füchsen, Bienen und Spatzenbanden.

“Haus, Park, Fluss”
- Architekturführung durch das HKW
für gehörlose und hörende Besucher*innen
🗓So, 15.05, 14 Uhr
🎟Tickets: 5€/3,50€ (verfügbar auf https://bit.ly/3yprU06)
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Fuchs-Bilder: © Mathias Zeiske
Foto Haus der Kulturen der Welt: © Sebastian Bolesch

An all too white spot in historiography: In a reading from her book "African Europeans: An Untold History", the historia...
09/05/2022

An all too white spot in historiography: In a reading from her book "African Europeans: An Untold History", the historian Olivette Otele elucidates the conjunctures of the oppression of Black people in Europe. In a talk with art scholar Mahret Ifeoma Kupka, she paints a revolutionary portrait of a Europe that has always been “African” – from the horrors of slavery to the exoticization of Black bodies to resistance movements such as Black Lives Matter. More information : https://bit.ly/37xcFHG

🗓 Wed, May 11, 7 pm "African Europeans: An Untold History"
Reading & talk in English with simultaneous translation into German
Free admission ­

How does it sound when humans and nightingales make music together? In preparation for tonight's Nightingala, listen to ...
05/05/2022
CLSX Talks – David Rothenberg x Karsten Witt

How does it sound when humans and nightingales make music together? In preparation for tonight's Nightingala, listen to David Rothenberg's interview at CLSX.de in which he talks about how he developed his interest for birdsong, why and what birds sing and the meaning behind their tweeting.

If you didn't get a ticket for tonight's (sold out!) event, we recommend hearing David Rothenberg's talk "What Birds Sing" at the "Into the Sky" event by CLSX.de at Philharmonie Berlin next week! More information & tickets: clsx.de/event/greatclsx-into-the-sky/

Our concerts in the GREAT!CLSX series begin at 19:30 with a speech by an interesting personality from the arts or sciences scene. This time we have invited t...

Join us tonight for the film premiere of “Petro-Melancholie” ⛽️Petroleum has become a dark mirror of the last 150 years ...
04/05/2022

Join us tonight for the film premiere of “Petro-Melancholie” ⛽️

Petroleum has become a dark mirror of the last 150 years of human history. Together with cultural scientists Benjamin Steininger and Alexander Klose, whose “Atlas der Petromoderne” (published by Matthes & Seitz Berlin) is a cultural history of the “black gold”, the documentary journeys back to the age of oil to explore how deeply and unquestioningly human life has been permeated by the cycles of petroleum. Through encounters with contemporary artists such as Ana Alenso, Rena Effendi, William Eggleston, Edward Hopper, Monika Grzymala, Gerhard Richter, Romuald Hazoumè, Sebastião Salgado and others, the film shows how petroleum inspires works revealing our ambivalent relationship with the substance.

Following the film premiere, director Matthias Frick, producer Eva Rink and Alexander Klose and Benjamin Steininger will be available for follow-up questions from the audience.

Petro-Melancholie
The Petroleum Age Mirrored in Art
D: Mathias Frick, ARTE/ZDF, Germany 2021, 52 min
🗓 Wed, May 4, 7:30pm
HKW Auditorium
Free admission

Film premiere & talk with Matthias Frick, Alexander Klose, Eva Rink, Bernd Scherer and Benjamin Steininger. An event by Arte hosted by HKW.
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Images: Petromelancholie © William Eggleston & VIVE LA DOK

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Die sechs Bücher der Internationaler Literaturpreis SHORTLIST 2022 stehen fest 💜 Mehr Informationen: hkw.de/literaturpreis Liebe im neuen Jahrtausend von Can Xue aus dem Chinesischen von Karin Betz Matthes & Seitz, 2021 Meine Eltern / Alles nicht dein Eigen von Aleksandar Hemon aus dem Amerikanischen von Henning Ahrens claassen, 2021 Der Fluch des Hechts von Juhani Karila aus dem Finnischen von Maximilian Murmann homunculus, 2022 Leichte Sprache von Cristina Morales aus dem Spanischen von Friederike von Criegern Matthes & Seitz, 2022 Eine Nebensache von Adania Shibli aus dem Arabischen von Günther Orth Berenberg, 2022 Omertà. Buch des Schweigens von Andrea Tompa aus dem Ungarischen von Terézia Mora Suhrkamp, 2022 Wir gratulieren allen nominierten Autor*innen und Übersetzer*innen sowie allen Verlagen. Danke an die Juror*innen und an Maria-Christina Piwowarski und Ludwig Lohmann für die schöne Bekanntgabe! Wer den Livestream heute verpasst hat, kann die Enthüllung und das Gespräch auf dem Instagram-Kanal von „ocelot, not just another bookstore“ nachschauen. Die Preisverleihung findet am 22. Juni im Haus der Kulturen der Welt statt. ____ Foto: Silke Briel / HKW
„Unser gesamtes Weltbild ist nicht mehr aktuell." - HKW Intendant Bernd Scherer über sein neues Buch ›Der Angriff der Zeichen‹ zum Anthropozän im Gespräch mit Jörg Häntzschel (Süddeutsche Zeitung): www.sueddeutsche.de/kultur/bernd-scherer-anthropozaen-haus-der-kulturen-der-welt-geologie-interview-1.5590508?reduced=true
See some impressions from the Unearthing the Present – Opening Days! Over the past two years, the Anthropocene Working Group has been assembling stratigraphic evidence for the geological reality of the new Earth epoch. During the past weekend, scientists, researchers, artists and activists have connected these analyses with a discussion of the changing scope for social and political agency. The exhibition by artists Giulia Bruno and Armin Linke is still open until October 17! Earth Indices focuses on the social interaction in which this scientific research takes place, shedding light on the specific procedures and tasks required for the production of geological evidence. In this way, a multilayered archive of the demarcating process for the new geological epoch emerges. More about the exhibition: hkw.de/en/indices ­Earth Indices. Processing the Anthropocene Exhibition by Giulia Bruno and Armin Linke 🗓 Thu, May 19–Mon, Oct 17 Daily, except Tue, 12 noon–8 pm Free admission Photos: Katy Otto / HKW
The Unearthing the Present program continues today from 12pm! As part of the "Clashing the Presents" panel at 3pm, Matthew C. Wilson will show his film "Geological Evidences". It address the current uncertainty about the position and future of humans in relation to the earth and climate change. More information about the program: hkw.de/en/uneathing _______ Extract from "Geological Evidences" by Matthew C. Wilson
Last chance to register for the MARKERS workshops today! 🧫 Starting this afternoon, eight sessions in three stages as part of Unearthing the Present examine how a particular chemical or biological fingerprint becomes a demarcation for the new geological epoch of the Anthropocene. Please register at [email protected] & find out more about the opening days program on hkw.de/en/unearthing! Markers – Material Delineations of the Present Workshop sessions, Demonstrations & Discussions 🗓 Fri, May 20, 2022 Free admission 3–4.30 pm 1: Environmental Markers to Chemical Violence 2: What’s So Micro About Plastics? 3: Mud, Materiality & Microfossils 5–6.30 pm 4: Troubling Sedimentations 5: Reading the Ashes 6: Conversations Beyond the Human 7–9 pm 7: Archaeology of the Anthropocene 8: Fingerprints of the Nuclear Age _____ Image: Coral photo taken during diving trip to Flower Garden Banks, Photo: © Kristine DeLong / Illustrations from “Anthropogenic Markers: Stratigraphy and Context", Graphic: © Protey Temen; Collage: NODE Berlin Oslo
Another HKW recommendation for tomorrow: "Unmoored, Adrift, Ashore" - The symposium organised by Or Gallery in Vancouver will include a series of examinations emerging from Indigenous and post-colonial thought that offer conceptions of water as a central component for decolonizing and disrupting conventional understandings of identity, borders, ownership and other forms of relations that stretch beyond territorial and commodity logics. More information & registration: https://orgallery.org/events/unmoored-adrift-ashore/
#IDAHOBIT22 🌈 Für heute Abend empfehlen wir euch die Paneldiskussion „LSBTQ und der Krieg in der Ukraine: Besatzung, Wiederstand, Flucht und Solidarität" mit queeren Aktivist*innen aus dem besetzten Kherson in der PANDA platforma, organisiert vom Verein russischsprechender LSBTQ* in Deutschland Quarteera e.V. Wer nicht dabei sein kann, kann hier per Live-Stream zuschauen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HiaJqXDj-Y
🐄 OUT NOW: “What Is Life?” - Volume 11 of the book series DAS NEUE ALPHABET (#TheNewAlphabet): 'What is Life?' The sum of functions opposing death? With unconventional interjections, this volume’s contributors pursue the question of biology’s essence. Find all new volumes of The New Alphabet on hkw.de/DNAbooks 📚
Register now for the MARKERS workshops next week 🧪🧫 Developed from the online publication “Anthropogenic Markers”, eight sessions in three stages examine how a particular chemical or biological fingerprint becomes a demarcation for the new geological epoch of the Anthropocene. More about the program: https://bit.ly/3PjuQl7 More about the publication "Anthropogenic Markers": anthropocene-curriculum.org/anthropogenic-markers Markers – Material Delineations of the Present Workshop sessions, Demonstrations & Discussions 🗓 Fri, May 20, 2022 Free admission 3–4.30 pm 1: Environmental Markers to Chemical Violence 2: What’s So Micro About Plastics? 3: Mud, Materiality & Microfossils 5–6.30 pm 4: Troubling Sedimentations 5: Reading the Ashes 6: Conversations Beyond the Human 7–9 pm 7: Archaeology of the Anthropocene 8: Fingerprints of the Nuclear Age Registration for individual workshops is now open. Limited capacity. Please register at [email protected]
🎧 BAD WORDS - Season 2 is out now! After the first season took Ilse Aichinger’s titular essay #BadWords and its resistant poetics as its point of departure, Etel Adnan’s #Night takes us into the darkness. Between the revolutionary potential of staying awake and the shrouding qualities of night, the second season negotiates language as a means of silence and the night as a place of the living dead. Give it a listen on hkw.de/badwords SCHLECHTE WÖRTER / BAD WORDS An audio series by Fabian Saul, in collaboration with Mathias Zeiske. Season 2 with contributions by Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi, Nalan, Miriam Stoney, Tanasgol Sabbagh, Enis Maci, Haytham El Wardany & Lama El Khatib.