ACUD MACHT NEU

ACUD MACHT NEU ACUD MACHT NEU ist ein Zusammenschluss von Kulturschaffenden aus Berlin. 2014 rettete die Initiative das Kulturhaus ACUD vor der Insolvenz und hat seitdem in ihren Räumen Studio, Club und Gallery disziplinübergreifende Projekte angestoßen, die sich im Spannungsfeld von Kunst, Musik, Performance und digitalen Medien bewegen. /// ACUD MACHT NEU is a collective based in Berlin.
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In 2014, the initiative saved the Kulturhaus ACUD from bankruptcy and has since set in motion interdisciplinary projects on the intersection of art, music, performance and digital media in their spaces Studio, Club and Gallery. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acudmachtneu/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/acud-macht-neu

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Okhiogbe Omonblanks Omonhinmin who was curating the series Archiving the Mo(ve)ment - documenting conversations of black...
27/01/2021
Have You Ever Died? - TAC Org

Okhiogbe Omonblanks Omonhinmin who was curating the series Archiving the Mo(ve)ment - documenting conversations of black and African lived experiences as a collective practice.- just wrote 'Have You Ever Died?' a new essay on life, death and living. Have a good read! "If you believe in reincarnation then your answer would maybe be yes. The various concepts of death oppose each other sometimes but still have the ability to point to something bigger than us, something that is sure to happen."

If you believe in reincarnation then your answer would maybe be yes. The various concepts of death oppose each other sometimes but still have the ability to point to something […]

— COLLECTIVE PRACTICES —🌞 RE-WATCH 🌞You were interested by one of the events that happened during 'TO BE CONTINUED' but ...
27/01/2021

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🌞 RE-WATCH 🌞You were interested by one of the events that happened during 'TO BE CONTINUED' but you unfortunately missed it? The 3-day online program which was closing the COLLECTIVE PRACTICES series is available on ACUD TV ► https://bit.ly/3on4ZKv. An audiovisual library that gathers the conversations between artists, activists, academics, journalists, cultural producers & performers that collectively explored Care, Solidarity, Horizontal Organizing, Storytelling, Post-hierarchic strategies of living and working collectively and Narrative Identities. Happy exploring!

A special thanks to our Streaming Partner Boiling Head, the video & sound team!

— COLLECTIVE PRACTICES —Colors can say that Time has passed! COLLECTIVE PRACTICES kept ACUD MACHT NEU lively for the las...
26/01/2021

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Colors can say that Time has passed! COLLECTIVE PRACTICES kept ACUD MACHT NEU lively for the last 8 months. Last week, we were closing the series with 'TO BE CONTINUED' a 3 day online program which allowed us to dig deeper in the differents explorations #NARRATIVES #KNOWLEDGES #CARE & #RESISTANCE with CP Participants and new guests. Today we would like to deeply thank them for what they brought to the series, their knowledges but above all their great humanity 🖤

We are glad for to have been able to collectively creating counter narratives, resisting, learning from each other and caring from one another. Thank you to: Vidisha Fadescha
Party Office After Party Collective The Incredible, Edible, Akynos Shaunak Mahbubani, Latoya Rule, Dhrubo Jyoti @Tiona Nekkia McClodden, Lisa Pettibone, Dylan Harris, Lyn Ford, The Sonic Interventions Collective, Jess Korp, Nyambura, Kechou Nane Kahle, Valeria Graziano & Tomislav Medak from Pirate Care, Katalin Erdődi, Flavia Mattei, Ana Vilenica, Jeremy Gilbert, Adelaide Ivánova & Laura from Deutsche Wohnen & Co Enteignen, Marte Roel & Christian Cherene from BeAnother Lab, Louis Mauff, Lulu Obermayer, Okhiogbe Omonblanks Omonhinmin (The Art Concept), Erkan Affan, Lyra Pramuk, Colin Self, Folly Ghost, JAXX TMS, Good Intentions, Freak de l'Afrique, Diana Troya, Amanda Chartier Chamorro, Jon Davies, Ayosha, THF Radio, Julia Fritzsche, The Millet Kitchen, Jacqueline Nsiah, Mokeyanju, Radio Hobo , Le Mortier & all the others we cannot tag

... TO BE CONTINUED!

Dear All, reminder for the 9 last days of application for Amplify Berlin's open call for the period of March/May 2021 🏁🔥...
23/01/2021

Dear All, reminder for the 9 last days of application for Amplify Berlin's open call for the period of March/May 2021 🏁🔥🏁Are you a Berlin-based emerging musician? Get the opportunity to work alongside composer and musician Yair Elazar Glotman in March 2021, with cellist Lucy Railton in April 2021 and with experimental electronic producer Shapednoise in May 2021. Interested applicants are asked to fill out the application by January 31, 2021 at 23:59 and will be notified of the results by February 15th, 2021. Join the Amplify Community > Apply now on www.amplify-berlin.de

Program of today for the last day of Collective Practices: To Be Continued *ONLINE* - Day 3 // Collective Reflections. W...
22/01/2021

Program of today for the last day of Collective Practices: To Be Continued *ONLINE* - Day 3 // Collective Reflections. We'll build 'Collective Reflections' and create a space for exchange with participants of the series. The roundtable conversations are public, and you can listen in and participate via Zoom (write to [email protected] to get the link).

Roundtable 1 – Narratives & Knowledges

Creating narratives as a collective practice, and in particular counter narratives from perspectives marginalized in hegemonic knowledge systems (in different contexts), has been one main thread in the COLLECTIVE PRACTICES programme. This roundtable brings together participants who have contributed to this thread, from different perspectives, for an exchange about their approaches and learnings.

with Vidisha Fadescha, Max Folly, Okhiogbe Omonblanks Omonhinmin (The Art Concept), Diana Troya & Erkan Affan

Roundtable 2 – Collective Organizing

Organizing collectively – in art, music or activism - is a thread that runs through the projects and work of participants in this roundtable. The conversation extends the thread on ecosystems of creativity to compare notes and approaches to organizing, care and resistance in a collective, situated also in wider social and economic systems.

with Jon Davies, Goro & Kira (Good Intentions), Ayosha + 2 colleagues of THF Radio, Aziz / Wallizz Sarr (Freak de l'Afrique) & The Incredible, Edible, Akynos

— COLLECTIVE PRACTICES —JAXX TMS's DJ Set Tonight for the closing of Collective Practices: To Be Continued *ONLINE* - Da...
22/01/2021
DJ Set with Jaxx

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JAXX TMS's DJ Set Tonight for the closing of Collective Practices: To Be Continued *ONLINE* - Day 3 // Collective Reflections & the series in general. Expect different kinds of music from Calypso, Soca, Dancehall to Latin Music, Afro, Soul, Jazz as well as Hip Hop, RnB and later Electronic Music

🔥We all miss dancing, Tune In at 9:30PM CET Here ► https://bit.ly/3iszrkU 🔥

Berlin based and of Caribbean-Spanish roots, DJ JAXX TMS has always been surrounded by different kinds of music from Calypso, Soca, Dancehall to Latin Music...

21/01/2021
Post-hierarchy: strategies of living and working collectively

Post-hierarchy: strategies of living and working collectively

with Marte Roel & Christian Cherene / BeAnother Lab; Louis Mauff, independent researcher; Lulu Obermayer / KuLe, Berlin
Moderated by Daniela Silvestrin

In this panel in the context of COLLECTIVE EFFORTS, we will be reflecting on collectivity in cultural (and other) work situations on a meta level by looking at the working structures and conditions of artistic (an other) collective work as such. What aspects and challenges of collective work are at the center of successively working and living in collective structures? How to deal with (personal) responsibility and trust in collective processes, what are the challenges of artistic creation and creative processes in collective structures? How can traditional relations of dominance and informal hierarchies be overcome in a truly post-hierarchical structures of collective work and sharing of responsibilities? These and other related questions will be discussed with different researchers, artists and cultural facilitators from Berlin and beyond.

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES - TO BE CONTINUED

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES invites you to our final 3-day online event TO BE CONTINUED, January 20 - 22. Since June 2020, artists, activists, academics, journalists and cultural producers of various disciplines and backgrounds have - explored topics surrounding being, living and working collectively, and have brought people together in participatory gatherings, exchanges and discussions. While this particular series is coming to an end, we consider the work of exploring collective practices to be ongoing -- and therefore TO BE CONTINUED.

Thursday, 21.1. — COLLECTIVE EFFORTS
Care, Solidarity, Horizontal Organizing - Relating without Hierarchy
http://collectivepractices.acudmachtneu.de/2021/01/12/collective-efforts-day-2/

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES is projekt by Acud and supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds.
Streaming Partner: Boiling Head

21/01/2021
Solidarity as a Collective Practice

Solidarity as a Collective Practice
with Jeremy Gilbert
AG “Right 2 the City” – Deutsche Wohnen Enteignen – Adelaide Ivánova & Laura
moderated by Andrea Goetzke

In this session we aim to explore practices and concepts of solidarity – as a meta collective practice and imaginary of relation at the level of societies. During the months of the Covid-19 pandemic, the concept of solidarity frequently appears in the news headlines – in forms of solidarity with those at risk of complications from infection, with hospital workers, with your local corner pub, with those severely affected by the pandemic anywhere in the world. It is now called upon when distributing vaccines. Solidarity does not equal charity though. In solidarity, class, feminist or race struggles have joined forces in the past. Struggles for affordable housing for everyone, for a sustainable life on earth for all beings, or for open borders and rights for migrants bring different groups together in a shared vision.

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES - TO BE CONTINUED

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES invites you to our final 3-day online event TO BE CONTINUED, January 20 - 22. Since June 2020, artists, activists, academics, journalists and cultural producers of various disciplines and backgrounds have - explored topics surrounding being, living and working collectively, and have brought people together in participatory gatherings, exchanges and discussions. While this particular series is coming to an end, we consider the work of exploring collective practices to be ongoing -- and therefore TO BE CONTINUED.

Thursday, 21.1. — COLLECTIVE EFFORTS
Care, Solidarity, Horizontal Organizing - Relating without Hierarchy
http://collectivepractices.acudmachtneu.de/2021/01/12/collective-efforts-day-2/

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES is projekt by Acud and supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds.
Streaming Partner: Boiling Head

21/01/2021
Disobedient chains of care: organizing solidarity with agricultural workers, live-in carers, migrants and tenants

Disobedient chains of care: organizing solidarity with agricultural workers, live-in carers, migrants and tenants

with Valeria Graziano & Tomislav Medak, Pirate Care
Presenters:
Katalin Erdődi, Sezonieri
Ana Vilenica, Roof / Radical Housing Journal Collective

Pirate Care is a transnational research project and a network of activists, practitioners and scholars who stand against the criminalization of solidarity & for a common care infrastructure. We wish to map and connect collective practices that are emerging in response to the neoliberal “crisis of care” — a convergence of processes that include austerity, welfare cuts, rollback of reproductive rights and criminalisation of migration. In response to that denial of care, imposed by the states and the markets, practices we have called pirate care are organising to help migrants survive at sea and on land, provide pregnancy terminations where those are illegal, offer health support where institutions fail, self-organise childcare where public provision does not extend to everyone, liberate knowledge where access is denied. Crucially, they share a willingness to openly disobey laws and executive orders, and politicise that disobedience to contest the institutional status quo. Our aim is to foster collective learning processes from the situated knowledges of these practices and together with the practitioners of pirate care we have been working on a collaboratively-written Pirate Care Syllabus.

In this panel we will focus on organising solidarity amid the pandemic to support the migrant workers in agriculture and live-in care, migrants excluded from the borders of European union and tenants under the threat of eviction. Starting from there, we wish to discuss larger implications of the present moment on collective organising, as well as the societal provision of care.

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES - TO BE CONTINUED

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES invites you to our final 3-day online event TO BE CONTINUED, January 20 - 22. Since June 2020, artists, activists, academics, journalists and cultural producers of various disciplines and backgrounds have - explored topics surrounding being, living and working collectively, and have brought people together in participatory gatherings, exchanges and discussions. While this particular series is coming to an end, we consider the work of exploring collective practices to be ongoing -- and therefore TO BE CONTINUED.

Thursday, 21.1. — COLLECTIVE EFFORTS
Care, Solidarity, Horizontal Organizing - Relating without Hierarchy
http://collectivepractices.acudmachtneu.de/2021/01/12/collective-efforts-day-2/

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES is projekt by Acud and supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds.
Streaming Partner: Boiling Head

— COLLECTIVE PRACTICES —Tomorrow Friday 22th, talk about #care #resistance #collectiveorganizing in a conversation with ...
21/01/2021

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Tomorrow Friday 22th, talk about #care #resistance #collectiveorganizing in a conversation with CP participants The Incredible, Edible, Akynos , Wallizz (Freak de l'Afrique), Jon Davies, Goro & Kira from Good Intentions & AYOSHA + 2 colleagues of THF Radio: as they have been working on related issues, they'll join together for their evaluations interviewing each other. 7 – 9 pm CET (Berlin). Register now to join them >> write an email to [email protected]

Part of Collective Practices: To Be Continued *ONLINE* - Day 3 // Collective Reflections

— COLLECTIVE PRACTICES —Tomorrow Friday 22th, you can have the chance to join a conversation with CP participants Erkan_...
21/01/2021

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Tomorrow Friday 22th, you can have the chance to join a conversation with CP participants Erkan_affan, Okhiogbe Omonblanks Omonhinmin (The Art Concept), Diana Troya, Max Folly AKA Folly Ghost & Vidisha Fadescha. As they have been working on related issues, they'll join together for their evaluations interviewing each other. The group will discuss #knowledges #narratives between 4-6pm CET (Berlin Time) Register now to join them >> write an email to [email protected]

The Event Collective Practices: To Be Continued *ONLINE* - Day 3 // Collective Reflections

— COLLECTIVE PRACTICES —It's an honor to have Jeremy Gilbert today with us for Collective Practices: To Be Continued *ON...
21/01/2021

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It's an honor to have Jeremy Gilbert today with us for Collective Practices: To Be Continued *ONLINE* - Day 2 // Collective Efforts during which we will be looking at methods of collectively relating and organizing our interactions within contexts of working, living and becoming active for common causes. Join him at ● 5-6:30pm ● for 'Solidarity as a Collective Practice' with Adelaide Ivánova & Laura AG “Right 2 the City” – Deutsche Wohnen & Co Enteignen.

Jeremy is Professor of Cultural and Political Theory at the University of East London, where he has been based for many years. His most recent publications include Twenty-First-Century Socialism (Polity 2020) the translation of Maurizio Lazzarato's Experimental Politics and the book Common Ground: Democracy and Collectivity in an Age of Individualism. Hegemony Now: Power in the Twenty-First Century (Verso 2021, co-authored with Alex Williams) and The Last Days of Neoliberalism: Politics, Culture and Society Since 2008 (Pluto 2021) should both finally appear in 2021, if schools ever re-open...

He writes regularly for the British press (including the Guardian, the New Statesman, open Democracy and Red Pepper) and for think tanks such as IPPR and Compass, is routinely engaged in debates and discussion on Labour Party policy and strategy, and has appeared on national television as a spokesperson for Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the Labour Party.

He has been involved with both mainstream party politics and extra-parliamentary activism throughout his adult life, having been an active participant in the social forum movement of the early 2000s, a member of the founding national committee of Momentum (the controversial organisation established to support Corbyn's leadership of Labour), and being a current elected member management committee of Compass, a pluralist left-wing think tank and lobby group.

— COLLECTIVE PRACTICES —Dear All, hope you enjoyed this first day of TO BE CONTINUED! We are back tomorrow for Collectiv...
20/01/2021

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Dear All, hope you enjoyed this first day of TO BE CONTINUED! We are back tomorrow for Collective Practices: To Be Continued *ONLINE* - Day 2 // Collective Efforts - during which we will be looking at methods of collectively relating and organizing our interactions within contexts of working, living and becoming active for common causes.

Matt Thompson will join us online for 'Solidarity as a Collective Practice' at 5-6:30pm CET. Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place at the University of Liverpool, where he is researching the emerging global urban movement ‘new municipalism’ and its intersections with economic democracy. He is the author of Reconstructing Public Housing: Liverpool’s hidden history of collective alternatives, recently published open access by Liverpool University Press, and based on his PhD research on the city’s housing co-op and community land trust movements.
https://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/books/isbn/9781789627404/

20/01/2021
Sonic Interventions

Sonic Interventions is a project that emerged organically from a pure need, namely, that of creating a community through music with and for people during a time of social distancing. For the COLLECTIVE PRACTICES closing event, the collective will share an iteration of their practice. They will provide an immersive audio-visual performance exploring the sensory perceptions of ritual relationships, with an accompanying photography archive created by researchers & photographers, Nyambura and Jess Korp.

The nostalgia and transience captured in their way of seeing, honours the many places that this collective is from, while celebrating the intimacy of being part of a collective driven by connecting loose threads and the need to re-image home during a time of social distancing. The performance will involve collaborative work between Nyambura from Kenya, Jess from Ethiopia, Astaan of French Malian descent, Exoce of French-Congolese descent, Dumama from South Africa and Dylan Hunter Chee Greene of Chinese-Canadian descent. Here, they will invoke their embodied memory, creating a space that moves the imagination.

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES - TO BE CONTINUED

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES invites you to our final 3-day online event TO BE CONTINUED, January 20 - 22. Since June 2020, artists, activists, academics, journalists and cultural producers of various disciplines and backgrounds have - explored topics surrounding being, living and working collectively, and have brought people together in participatory gatherings, exchanges and discussions. While this particular series is coming to an end, we consider the work of exploring collective practices to be ongoing -- and therefore TO BE CONTINUED.

Wednesday, 20.1. — COLLECTIVE NARRATIONS
A coming together of projects: Bodies, Rituals, Legal Frameworks & Utopias
http://collectivepractices.acudmachtneu.de/2021/01/12/collective-narrations-day-1/

COLLECTIVE PRACTICES is a projekt by Acud and supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds.
Streaming Partner: Boiling Head

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ACUD MACHT NEU ist ein Zusammenschluss von Kulturschaffenden aus Berlin. 2014 rettete die Initiative das Kulturhaus ACUD vor der Insolvenz und hat seitdem in ihren Räumen Studio, Club und Gallery disziplinübergreifende Projekte angestoßen, die sich im Spannungsfeld von Kunst, Musik, Performance und digitalen Medien bewegen. /// ACUD MACHT NEU is a collective based in Berlin. In 2014, the initiative saved the Kulturhaus ACUD from bankruptcy and has since set in motion interdisciplinary projects on the intersection of art, music, performance and digital media in their spaces Studio, Club and Gallery.

Website: https://acudmachtneu.de Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acudmachtneu/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/acud-macht-neu

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Fracto Experimental Film Encounter announces its fourth edition and invites the Berlin audience to immerse themselves in 4 days of film screenings, sound installation and talks, taking place at Kunsthaus ACUD in Berlin-Mitte from the 22nd to the 25th of October 2020.
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Huhu, ich suche gerade einen Job und möchte nicht etwas Sinnentleertes annehmen. If you have something to offer, please PM me. Thanx!
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IRIE, Aloha, Pura vida! Watusi is back in Dallas from Asia tour ! Mon. - Louie Louie's Deep Ellum 9pm Tues. - Rainbow Drum Jam 7pm Harbor in Rockwall Thurs.-the Reserve 3pm Fri.- Reggae pool party 8pm Sat. - Sneaky Petes Reggae Jam2-6pm Sun. - Int. Scuba Reggae Party 3pm COME chek the kool vibes!! Go Europe tour in August, Costa Rica Nov., and back to Afrika in March....mission continues! One love... https://open.spotify.com/artist/58S4Emd519O5EPX7nxx1aK?si=whuqauktSHGbES9-eH5L-w https://m.soundcloud.com/watusireggae Www.facebook.com/tropikalproductions
Hello everyone, after two seasons in Spektrum, VJ Open Lab is very happy to relocate at ACUD MACHT NEU! We will be there on Thursdays with one event per month and community meetings. We open tonight and invite you all to a chat and a drink from 7.30pm on! This is also the opportunity to have your feedbacks, questions or inputs for the future, and for those who have or would like to propose projects: come over, see the space and have a chat with us 😄. We are looking forward to you! 💥 7.30pm till late 🔥 at the bar, take the stairs up 🚀 there you are in the Max Fish space!
Hey 🖤 Will this event take place tonight? I can‘t find any information or event but I‘ve seen this flyer few weeks ago. xx
Lovely people of this mornings Fruity Feels party (02.01.-03.02.19), did anyone of you notice that you accidentally took my black puffy duffel coat home with you? It was hung on the rail by the door. If so, please get in touch, so I won't have to be a ⛄️ for the next two month! Thank you! 😘
Guten Morgen My name is Lucas Sofia ( Argentina, composer, drummer ) I live in berlin a year ago, to form my jazz group and I'm presenting my music for different local settings. I'm interested in to perform a concert here, I wonder if it would be possible,in the event that you are interested in, my schedule is wide. I am available as I live in berlin. I owe the attention and I am at your disposal. Danke
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