The conference “Let there be lumbung” from Tuesday, September 20 to Friday, September 23, 2022 at ruruHaus in Kassel, in the sense of nongkrong, provides a forum for contextualizing art practices by ways of lumbung.
documenta fifteen invites to join the discussion of lumbung practices and its reception in different contexts. There are panels about the origins of lumbung, its social and historical contexts, repercussions, and its potentialities beyond documenta fifteen.
The conference, which takes place in the last week of the 100 days of the exhibition in Kassel, includes a series of talks by scholars and cultural practitioners from various time zones.
Charles Esche (CEST), Director of the Van Abbemuseum; Professor of contemporary art and curating
Hilmar Farid (WIB) (presencial or online), historian and director general of culture, Ministry of the Education, Culture, Research and Technology, Indonesia
John Roosa (PDT), Associate Professor of History at The University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Nuraini Juliastuti (WIB/CEST), trans-local practicing researcher and writer, focusing on art organisation, activism, illegality, and alternative cultural production in Indonesia
Melani Budianta (WIB) (presencial or online), Professor of literary and cultural studies at the Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia.
Nikos Papastergiadis (AEDT), Director of the Research Unit in Public Cultures and Professor of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne
Philippe Pirotte (WITA), Professor Art History and Curatorial Studies and curator
von means from. We come together, enjoy some cool people, do ook_stuff, make some workshops, ferment, taste, eat and drink some food and finally enjoy an interesting mixture of films.
lumbung member OFF-Biennale Budapest presents the RomaMoMA Street Festival. A workshop with Daniel Baker on the secret sign language of nomadic Roma people will be followed by a film screening and music by DJ Lazlorrobot.
RomaMoMA is a long-term collaborative project of lumbung member OFF-Biennale Budapest with the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture (ERIAC). It showcases artworks in relation to the idea, question, and (im)possibilities of a “RomaMoMA” (Roma Museum of Contemporary Art).
The exhibition presents the untold past and the unfolding present of Roma artists through their artworks and storytelling. Older and younger generations of artists and their differing artistic positions will be highlighted through an installation that both constructs and deconstructs the idea of a “RomaMoMA” as an imaginary, transnational space for the presentation of artworks. lumbung Kios pop-up market.
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LUMBUNG FILM: AFTER CINEMA #1 A screening and performance program
Is the experience of the cinematic form an intimate or a collective one? Does a film stop with its last frame, or does it actually begin when the lights of the theater turn on? This event series provides a stage to encounter these questions on site and invites a group of writers, visual and sonic artists to perform, reflect, depict, present, and harvest the images, sounds, words, and moods which they have encountered after having watched a compilation of films from the lumbung Film archive.
The 93-minute film program, conceived by Azin Feizabadi, includes six fictional, documentary, poetic, essayistic, and experimental short films from the lumbung Film archive. The focus is on the extent to which going to the cinema is a collective experience and what happens after leaving the cinema.
Following the screening (the program will be repeated Friday through Sunday), varying performances by Setareh Shahbazi and Neda Saeedi (visual artists), Cat Woywod (sound and improvisation artist), Tanasgol Sabbagh (poet and spoken word performer), and Haytham El Wardany (writer) will be presented in response to this question.
PROGRAM ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2022 starting at 7.30 pm I Feel Nothing (8 min.) by Jumana Emil Abboud, UK, 2012 Leafcutter (27 min.) by Liam Morgan, Taiwan/Canada, 2022 Blindness of Love (2 min.) by Yazan Khalili, Palestine, 2013 Eleven Men (28 min.) by Nguyen Trinh Thi, Vietnam, 2018 Ensaio Ilú Obá de Min (2 min.) by Graziela Kunsch, Brazil, 2015 Have You Ever Killed a Bear? or Becoming Jamila (25 min.) by Marwa Arsanios, Lebanon, 2014 Language: Arabic and Vietnamese with English subtitles, total 93 min.
After Cinema: Sunsets Are Not Overrated: Performative projections by Setareh Shahbazi and Neda Saeedi (20 min.)
📍After Cinema #1 takes place at Gloria-Kino, Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 3, 34117 Kassel The film program repeats daily from September 9—11, 2022, while the performance afterwards varies daily.
🖇 This event is part of Meydan #3 (September 9—11, 2022): next to the lumbung Film program, it includes a music program, a flea market, conversations, workshops, food and drinks.
KNOWLEDGE MARKET Gudskul
9 & 16 & 23 SEPTEMBER 2022 16.00
The Knowledge Market was initially an experimental module designed by Serrum, emphasizing learning interactions based on the principles of supply and demand. The module asks, “What do you need to learn?”. “If you were allowed to share your knowledge/expertise, what would you share?” Inspired by these questions, Knowledge Market encourages exchanging knowledge between children and adults.
Duration of event: 2 hours Venue: GUDSKUL ROOM FRIDERICIANUM Event language: English Capacity/limit: 20 children Age Group: Ages 12 to 14 years old Parent Attendance: Yes, only for ages below 10 years old. Above 10 years old parents will register. Things to Bring / To be Aware of: Nothing
Meydan weekend #3: Harvest Festival, lumbung Kios pop-up market, film program, RomaMoMA Street Festival, and more
Sandershaus/Haferkakaofabrik and Hübner areal Sandershäuser Str. 79 and Agathofstraße 15, 34123 Kassel
Friday and Saturday 2 pm–4 am, Sunday 2–9 pm Gloria-Kino Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 3, 34117 Kassel
Friday and Saturday 7.30 pm, Sunday 5.30 pm Streetbolzer e. V. Struthbachweg 3, 34127 Kassel
Sunday 2–10 pm
The harvest festival kicks off during Meydan #3 (Friday, September 9–Sunday, September 11), taking place in Kassel as well as continuing beyond the exhibition dates in the various localities of lumbung members and lumbung artists. This series will share and discuss artistic harvests of learnings from documenta fifteen and the local ekosistems of lumbung members and lumbung artists.
The Gloria-Kino shows the film and performance program After Cinema conceived by Azin Feizabadi for Meydan #3.
lumbung member OFF-Biennale Budapest presents the RomaMoMA Street Festival on Sunday, September 11 from 2 pm to 10 pm in collaboration with Streetbolzer e.V.
There will also be the opportunity to purchase products from the lumbung member and lumbung artists ekosistems at the lumbung Kios pop-up market.
Meydan took place every second weekend of the month during documenta fifteen: July 8–10, August 12–14, and now September 9–11, 2022, with free admission. Meydan as a word is used in Urdu, Fārsi, Ukrainian, Turkish, and Arabic to refer to a public area used for coming together, a square or a public park. It’s an accessible space for having assemblies to discuss, to dissent, or to celebrate.
documenta fifteen is happy to announce the upcoming Meydan weekend #2, taking place in Kassel August 12–14, 2022. In collaboration with Kulturzentrum Schlachthof, Meydan #2 includes a music program, lumbung Film, a flea market, conversations, and workshops.
Meydan as a word is used in Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and Urdu to refer to a public area used for coming together, a square, or a public park. It’s an accessible space for having assemblies to discuss, to dissent, and to celebrate.
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Indonesian Local Food: Kopi Apik Rempah Embassy Saung Eurih Roti Wangi
Music by: The Dangdans Longsoria Youtube Jockey
2.00 PM — 8.00 PM
Hübner areal Agathofstraße 15, 34123 Kassel
@ Trafohaus Lutherstraße 2, Kassel
Thursday 7 July 2022, 18:00-20:00
Today Varia (https://varia.zone/en) will distribute prints of the harvesting of the harvesting of the Lumbung Open Space #1, which was a self-organised nongkrong space from Sunday to Tuesday (3-5 July) about the making, sustaining and passing on lumbung.space. Come hang out with us at Trafohaus!
Christoph Becker Ben Best Lorita Berisha
Nele Bulling Chiara Cervellera Zenab Chamaa Afaf Chamaa
Zubeda Chamaa Milena Cvetkovic Finn Gerome Damblon Valentina Daum Gianluca Ehrhardt Ewa Stefania Fehr Tea Fijavz Felix Franke Florian Fricke
Selma Funk Frederik Gebauer
Nora Magalie Günter
Julia Herger Moritz Heß Paul Hessler Luis Hildenhagen Rebecca Hollstein Aurelia Hornbogen Niklas Hruschka Leandra Hügly Ayleen Hümmerich Carl Illian Ozan Iren
Aline Khalil Linus Köhler
Theodor Kölbel Ciara Koster
Linn Salome Kratsch
Ayse Kurt Hannes Landau
Sören Liebermann von Sonnenberg
Amelie Neukel Micha Simon Niedhammer
Sebastian Schaaf Patrick Schäfer
Alma Schlosser Jonas Schmeer
Anna Rebekka Schulte Malte Schüttensack
Nele Sophie Spahn
Jessica Strunk Tudor Timon Tarnowietzki
Lena Marie Wieczorek
Khalidah Hadiyyah Zacharias
practice the experience of walking together. praktizieren die Erfahrung gemeinsamen Gehens.
The performers are students of Architecture, Urban Planning and Landscape Planning at the University of Kassel. The choreography has been developed during the class of “Artistic Basics” — a cooperation with ruangrupa (Reza Afisini and Iswanto Hartono) and the department of Fine Arts | the trans¬dis¬ci¬pli¬nary plat¬form for re¬search and ed¬u¬ca¬tion Building Art Invention | http://www.baukunsterfinden.org/en/ (Heike Klussmann, Anne Krönker, Inga Krüger, Moritz Böttjer, Patrick Dücker, , Hans Nagel and Sonja Wassermann).
Die Darsteller*innen sind Studierende der Architektur, Stadtplanung, Landschaftsplanung an der Universität Kassel. Die Choreografie ist im Rahmen der Lehrveranstaltung “Künstlerischen Grundlagen” entwickelt worden — eine Kooperation mit ruangrupa (Reza Afisina und Iswanto Hartono) und dem Fachgebiet Bildende Kunst | Forschungsplattform Bau Kunst Erfinden | http://www.baukunsterfinden.org/de/ (Heike Klussmann, Anne Krönker, Inga Krüger, Moritz Böttjer, Patrick Dücker, Anne Krönker, Inga Krüger, Hans Nagel und Sonja Wassermann).
The New Rural Agenda Summit is a planetary conference by lumbung member Jatiwangi art Factory. International policy makers, institutions, artists, representatives of villages and other-than-human inhabitants of the Earth are invited to strive for an agenda for a common future.
Invited Guests: village representatives trans-national policy makers local and national government representatives
lumbung konteks: Listening to The Land, The Land itself
With Jatiwangi art Factory and The Question of Funding Hosted by Rayya Badran
The seven-part conversation series lumbung konteks takes place on the first Sunday of each month starting December 5, 2021. Each session invites two documenta fifteen lumbung members to introduce, expand, and reflect on each other’s practice and their wider ecosystems. Through sharing stories, songs, and tools for living and working in community, the lumbung members discuss the differences and affinities between their contexts.
Sunday, December 5, 2021 at 1.30 pm (CET), 2.30 pm (EET), 7.30 pm (WIB) In English with simultaneous translation into German language and International Sign
Speaker: Dr. Antje Budde (Toronto/Canada) Moderator: Anna M. Christiansen & Thanh Vi Pham Nguyen
Antje Budde is the artistic research director of the Digital Dramaturgy Labsquared.
In the presentation – enriched by a contribution of a student – Anna Christiansen (University of Hildesheim) – Antje Budde will share some ideas about the labor of knowledge making, digital skill development, laughter/critical doubt and research creation by engaging with ideas of A/I or artistic intelligence and digital dramaturgy as experimental performance as it evolves in process-based ways in the Digital Dramaturgy Labsquared.
CAMP notes on education is a glocal network of teachers and learners in the fields of arts, arts history, aesthetics, cultural policy and cultural education. CAMP uses the practice of lumbung as an opportunity to place the question of contemporary Arts Education in networked and global contexts. For example, what role does it play in relation to artistic and curatorial actors? How does it position itself in the current cultural policy discourse?
Gudskul Ekosistem is inviting public to a virtual presentation of collaborative works from Gudskul Studi Kolektif 2020/2021 (Batch 3).
During the whole learning together process that was conducted online, each member of the collectives united themselves under the name Payon, a short form of Paguyuban Online (the Online United).
The idea of Payon manifested and built by each sources from every collective with Arisan method. Arisan is a native Indonesia method that sees each party contributes something and take turn in the give and take cycle. The whole process is called Parisan (Payon Arisan).
This presentation features collaborative works of five working groups that called Kelompok Kolaborasi (KoKob). Every KoKob was developed based on interests and backgrounds of artistic practice from one and another.
It also serves the purpose of knowledge dissemination and collective values that arouse from the whole working process during one year in Gudskul Studi Kolektif.
It all ended in a touchpoint that sees breakthrough in artistic practice model based on collective medium and collaboration also becomes an important key word in the sustainable art ecosystem in their own field of play in the very uncertain times like these and hardly unpredicted future.
Parisan is available now at:
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