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Highlights of the last two weeks of the 12th Berlin Biennale

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The 12th edition of the Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art closes with the thematic focus on restitution, a conference on algorithmic governance and a special programme during Berlin Art Week 2022. The exhibition of the 12th Berlin Biennale ends after three months on 18 September 2022. An extensive programme accompanies the last days of this edition.

Image above: Image of the 12th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art: Martin Wecke & Fabian Maier-Bode.

With presentations and a conference, the discourse programme of the 12th Berlin Biennale is dedicated to the thematic focus of restitution.

The transnational research project Re-connecting “Objects”: Epistemic Plurality and Transformative Practices in and beyond Museums [“Objects” (re)connecting: Epistemic Plurality and Transformative Practices in Museums and beyond] asks how the treatment of colonial collections can be transformed through action-oriented research. The presentation in the context of the 12th Berlin Biennale is a cooperation with the Technische Universität Berlin.

Friday, 9.9.2022 (19-21 h) / Wednesday, 14.9.2022 (18-22 h)KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin
With: Charles Nyiha, Elsa M’bala, Lennon Mhishi, Laura Kloeckner, Lotte Arndt, Lucie Mbogni Nankeng, Lynhan Balatbat-Helbock, Marian Nur Goni, Rossila Goussanou, Sam Hopkins, Sophie Schasiepen, Stella Chiweshe, und La Villa Hermosa (Ayoh Kré Duchâtelet, Lionel Maes)
Language: Englisch
The visit is possible without prior appointment, admission is free.

The conference From Restitution to Repair states that while the restitution debate is gaining attention worldwide, it is also in danger of becoming institutionalised and simplified. Restitution, as a form of cultural resistance, should be integrated into the broader concept of repairing individual and societal trauma (as developed by Kader Attia).

Saturday, 10.9.2022 (15-19:30) / 11.9.2022 (15-19:30)
Akademie der Künste
Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin
Curated by: Kader Attia und Marie Helene Pereira
With: Albert Gouaffo, Bénédicte Savoy, Ciraj Rassool, Dan Hicks, Deneth Piumakshi Veda Arachchige, El Hadji Malick Ndiaye, Jihan El-Tahri, Paz Guevara, Rolando Vázquez, Sophie Schasiepen, The School of Mutants (Hamedine Kane, Lou Mo, Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro, Valérie Osouf), Tuấn Andrew Nguyễn, Uta Kornmeier 
Conference language: English, with simultaneous translation into French.
Attendance is possible without pre-registration, admission is free.
The conference will be livestreamed.

On 15 September 2022, the conference The Digital Divide [Die digitale Kluft] at the exhibition venue Stasi Headquarters. Campus for Democracy will address a range of issues related to algorithmic governance. Participants will explore the oligarchic features of crypto-applications and how blockchain emancipates itself from three essential dimensions of law – language, territory and body.

Thursday, 15.9.2022 (14:30-20:30)
Stasi-Zentrale. Campus für Demokratie
Ruschestraße 103, 10365 Berlin
Curated by: Kader Attia und Noam Segal
With: Apryl Williams, Evgeny Morozov, Jean Lassègue, Katrin Becker, Maithu Bùi, Noel W Anderson, Ramak Molavi, Shazeda Ahmed, Tarek El-Ariss
Conference language: English, with simultaneous translation into German.
Attendance is possible without pre-registration, admission is free.
The conference will be broadcast via livestream. The livestream is designed and realised by the Berlin University of Applied Sciences (BHT).

During the Berlin Art Week from 14 to 18 September 2022, additional tours of the exhibition venues as well as film screenings, workshops and performances will take place.

More information about the events:

Präsentation: Re-connecting “Objects”
Konferenz: From Restitution to Repair
Konferenz: The Digital Divide
Vollständiges Programm

The 12th Berlin Biennale entitled Still Present! will take place from 11 June to 18 September 2022. The exhibition can be seen at the following locations: Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg and Pariser Platz, Decolonial Memory Culture in the City, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, KW Institute for Contemporary Art and Stasi Headquarters. Campus for Democracy.

You will find all information on the venues in this DEEDS article.

The Berlin Biennale is organised by KUNST-WERKE BERLIN e. V. and funded by the Federal Cultural Foundation.

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