4Cs - From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture
Country
Participant
Event Type
Year
United Kingdom: 11 entries
3
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
3
Workshops
1
Residencies
1
Film Programme
1
Summer School
1
Press material
1
Digital Library
61
Participants from 14 countries
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United Kingdom: 11 entries
Masterclass - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Ben Cranfield, Laura Vallés Vílchez, Dr Peter Oakley
Summer School
Masterclass - Ben Cranfield, Laura Vallés Vílchez, Dr Peter Oakley - Conditions of Entry
Participants: Peter Oakley (GB), Ben Cranfield (GB), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Royal College of Art
Press material
Communication material - Royal College of Art
Spike Island | Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer with Oba: Nosferasta
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Spike Island presents the first iteration of "Nosferasta". "Nosferasta" is commissioned and produced by Gasworks, London and Spike Island, Bristol and is part of the European Cooperation project 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, co-funded by Creative Europe and the Royal College of Art. The film is also supported by Creative Capital and Cinereach.
Participants: Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT), Bayley Sweitzer (US)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion
Workshops
This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion This two-day workshop events asks to what extent art can affect change when addressing issues of migration, displacement, and access.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Recordings
Workshops
Audio recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Videos
Workshops
Video recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
Research Residency - Noor Abuarafeh
Residencies
For the UK residency, the Royal College of Art has partnered with Delfina Foundation to provide an opportunity for an artist who is interested in working with people in the context of cultural intolerance and those who feel marginalised in London. The aim is to facilitate a close interaction with communities and audiences who are not usually engaged with the existing cultural offer and do not have a voice in it.
Participants: Hena Lee (BR), Noor Abuarafeh (PS)
Sensible Grounds: That’s How We Undo It
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: That’s How We Undo It" at LUX, London. Screening series of cinema-gestures by Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri, curated by Azar Mahmoudian as part of the multi-chapter program of moving image practices, Sensible Grounds.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Nosferasta: The Book
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Marking the first UK commission by Brooklyn-based filmmakers Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer in collaboration with Oba, Gasworks has published a 176-page book that explores the ever-expanding vampiric universe of Nosferasta.
Participants: Peggy Ahwesh (US), Lou Cornum (US), Alex Esco (US), Sabel Gavaldon, Mutabaruka (JM), Austin Sley Julian (US), Virgil b/g Taylor (US), Peter Oakley (GB), Bayley Sweitzer (US), Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Royal College of Art
Digital Library
Adam Khalil & Bayley Sweitzer with Oba: Nosferasta
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Gasworks presents a major new film commission by Brooklyn-based filmmakers Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer. Acclaimed for Empty Metal (2018), a science-fiction political thriller set against a backdrop of police brutality and mass surveillance, their films delve into contemporary indigenous experience and minority survival with a fiercely subcultural attitude.
Participants: Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES), Bayley Sweitzer (US), Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT)
Germany: 8 entries
1
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
1
Residencies
1
Conferences
1
Film Programme
2
Summer School
1
Press material
1
Digital Library
74
Participants from 27 countries
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Germany: 8 entries
SAVVY Contemporary
Press material
Communication material - SAVVY Contemporary
SAVVY Contemporary
Digital Library
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Sensible Grounds: Thinking outside of the white box
Film Programme
"Thinking outside of the white box" is the Berlin manifestation of a "Conference in Shards" by Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri which is taking place in the framework of "Sensible Grounds" – a multi-chapter program of moving image practices curated by Azar Mahmoudian.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Begonia Santa-Cecilia, Luis Moreno-Caballud, Nazan Üstündağ (TR), Hamit Bozarslan (TR), Peter Makhlouf, Rolando Vázquez, Walter Mignolo (AR)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
Masterclass - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Elena Agudio
Summer School
Masterclass - Elena Agudio - "Reparations begin in the body, and that is where our poems must begin". On the Labour of Repairing and SAVVY Contemporary’s project "For The Phoenix To Find Its Form In Us: On Restitution, Reparations, and Rehabilitation"
Participants: Elena Agudio
Artistic Residency - Hervé Yamguen
Residencies
In Berlin, Hervé Yamguen is studying works of Michel Serres and Kenneth White to understand better the evolution of humanity from its beginnings to the technological age of our now, including the possibilities of travel to change surrounding landscapes and see different parts of the world.
Participants: Hervé Yamguen (CM)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - SAVVY Contemporary
Summer School
Cultural Program - SAVVY Contemporary - For the phoenix to find its form in us: on restitution, reparations, and rehabilitation
Participants: Arlette-Louise Ndakoze
Portugal: 45 entries
2
Film Programme
1
Digital Library
5
Mediation Labs
19
Summer School
7
Arts Lab
2
Residencies
2
Workshops
1
Conferences
2
Press material
4
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
265
Participants from 29 countries
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Portugal: 45 entries
Call for Papers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
The XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture, under the topic “Convivial Cultures”, is the final public activity of the 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture. 
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Alexandra Lopes (PT), Diana Gonçalves (PT), Paulo de Campos Pinto (PT), Rita Faria (PT), Isabel Capeloa Gil (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Inês Espada Vieira (PT), Ana Cachola (PT), Daniela Agostinho (PT), Adriana Martins (PT), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Maria Eduarda Duarte (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Kathy-Ann Tan
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Kathy-Ann Tan - Decolonising Solidarity in the Arts and Cultures: A Curatorial Perspective
Participants: Kathy-Ann Tan
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo, Davide Tarragoni, Duarte Laranjo, Ilaria Sponda, Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat
Summer School
Cultural Program - Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo, Davide Tarragoni, Duarte Laranjo, Ilaria Sponda, Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat - Homeostatic. A Collaborative Performance
Participants: Ilaria Sponda (IT), Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo (PH), Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat (IN), Duarte Laranjo, Davide Tarragoni
4Cs Identity Design
Press material
Participants: vivóeusébio (PT)
Artistic Residency - Rouzbeh Akhbari
Residencies
Rouzbeh Akhbari will be the artist in residency at the 4Cs second residency in Lisbon.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Rouzbeh Akhbari (IR)
Aimée Zito Lema. 13 Shots
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The work of Aimée Zito Lema (Amsterdam, 1982) addresses the dynamics between individual and collective memory, with a particular focus on the recording and intergenerational transmission of events, both through material history and through the human body as a mnemonic repository. Placing aesthetic and social practices side by side, her work inhabits a world of critical interaction between the material and the human.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Luísa Santos (PT), Daniela Agostinho (PT), Ana Cachola (PT), Joana Rafaela Fernandes Ferreira (PT), Sara Ferreira Miranda (PT), Aimée Zito Lema (NL), Liliana Nascimento Santos (PT), Jessica Nascimento Gomes Varela (PT), Inês Veiga Pereira (PT), Gesica Quinalau (PT), Germen Quinalau (PT), Edgar Veiga Gomes (PT), Bruna Diana Vaz Fortes (PT), Beatriz Pereira Teixeira (PT), Anabela Rodrigues (PT), Rosa Maria Lopes (PT), Marta Teixeira da Silva (PT), Behnam Bornak (IR), Manuel Pinho Braga (PT), José Maria Vieira Mendes (PT), Tito Pires (PT), Filipe Otero Pureza (PT), Leonie Davidson (GB)
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie - Lisbon
Film Programme
With Katarina Zdjelar, Mary Jirmanus Saba, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz and Coco Fusco at MAAT and Rua das Gaivotas 6.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Coco Fusco (US), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Katarina Zdjelar (RS), Mary Jirmanus Saba (LB)
Portions of Share
Mediation Labs
"Portions of Share" is the first moment of Lisbon's Mediation Lab.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Artistic Residency - Aimée Zito Lema
Residencies
During her month-long residency at Rua das Gaivotas 6, Aimée Zito Lema (n. 1982, NL) has developed research on memory and the intergenerational transmission of events through material history and the human body.
Participants: Jori Collignon (NL), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Pedro Zegre Penim (PT), Isabel Carlos (PT), Aimée Zito Lema (NL), Anabela Rodrigues (PT), Cristina Correia (PT)
Libertas. Da condição de pessoa livre - Vasco Araújo
Mediation Labs
"Libertas. Da condição de pessoa livre" was the opening performance of "Vasco Araújo. A Moment Apart" at MAAT. The performance is one of the moments of the 4Cs Lisbon Mediation Lab.
Participants: Ivo Mesquita (BR), Ana Cachola (PT), Vasco Araújo (PT), Inês Grosso (PT)
Talk Tower for Forough Farrokhzad (2020)
Mediation Labs
"Talk Tower for Forough Farrokhzad" (2020) was designed for broadcasting poetry, as a homage to the Iranian poet and filmmaker Forough Farrokhzad (1934-1967). The work combines Ângela Ferreira’s concerns with the material consequences of modernism and how those forms evolve and change as they travel through the world. "Talk Tower for Forough Farrokhzad" is a work produced in the frame of the 4Cs Lisbon Mediation Lab.
Participants: Ângela Ferreira (MZ)
Faculdade de Ciências Humanas - Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Digital Library
UNDEFINED DIALOGUES: "Meeting - Translating - Intersecting"
Workshops
A three-part workshop exploring the possibilities of shared meaning-making between cultures, modalities and disciplines through arts-based inquiry.
Participants: Nithya Iyer (AU)
Film Programme Lisbon - Not a Pillar Not a Pile (Dance for Dore Hoyer) - Katarina Zdjelar
Film Programme
Recordings of "Not a Pillar not a Pile (Dance for Dore Hoyer)". Katarina Zdjelar's video installation at MAAT. Part of the Lisbon Film Programme curated by Azar Mahmoudian.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Katarina Zdjelar (RS)
Faculdade de Ciências Humanas - Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Press material
Communication material - Faculdade de Ciências Humanas - Universidade Católica Portuguesa
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Open call for contributions for Ariella Azoulay's keynote lecture in the upcoming Summer School
Summer School
Open call for contributions for Ariella Azoulay's keynote lecture in the upcoming Summer School. We look forward to receiving your contributions! All contributions - from participants and non-participants in the Summer School - welcome.
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL)
Conviviality and the Institutional
Conferences
Conviviality and the Institutional is a two-day conference in the frame of 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, a cooperation project supported by the European Commission in the frame of Creative Europe - Culture Sub-programme. Coordinated by the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 4Cs aims to explore how art and culture can constitute powerful resources to address the subject of conflict.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Katerina Gregos (GR), Ariel Caine (IL), Ilya Budraitskis (RU), Luísa Santos (PT), Nina Power (GB), Michaela Crimmin (GB), João Ribas (PT), Miguel Amado (PT), Jonas Staal (NL), Pedro Calado (PT), Pedro Gadanho (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Djamila Ribeiro
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Djamila Ribeiro - Myths around Brazilian racism: a view through the lens of the black feminist theory
Participants: Djamila Ribeiro (BR)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Filipa Lowndes Vicente
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Filipa Lowndes Vicente - Group Exhibitions of women artists: an historical survey between solidarity and resistance (19th-21th century)
Participants: Filipa Lowndes Vicente (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Luísa Santos
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Luísa Santos - Calls for (ex)Change: in praise of micro-narratives
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Vyjayanthi Venuturupalli Rao
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Vyjayanthi Venuturupalli Rao - Speculations on Conviviality
Participants: Vyjayanthi Venuturupalli Rao
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Nav Haq
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Nav Haq - Monocultures and Artistic Practice
Participants: Nav Haq
Rouzbeh Akhbari: Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa | Photos of the exhibition and a video-guided tour
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Photos a video-guided tour of the exhibition "Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa", a solo exhibition by Rouzbeh Akhbari
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Rouzbeh Akhbari (IR)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Ariella Aïsha Azoulay
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Ariella Aïsha Azoulay - Modernity is an Imperial Crime
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
nanogaleria 2018-20
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The book nanogaleria 2018-2020 will be presented at A Corrente, in Arroios, in Lisbon, on December 20th at 6pm.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), RitaGT (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Nithya Iyer (AU), Ana Margarida Abrantes (PT), Ana Vidigal (PT), Tatiana Macedo (PT), Julia Flamingo (BR), Sofia Steinvorth (DE), Marilá Dardot (BR), Ana Catarina Fragoso (PT), Rodrigo Vila (BR), Maria Trabulo (PT), Alice Geirinhas (PT), Inês Norton (PT)
Provisional Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
Provisional program pending final confirmations. The full final program will be announced soon.
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
Summer School Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Portions of Share Videos
Mediation Labs
Two videos of RitaGT and Sunshine Socialist Cinema presentations. Recorded by Linda Koncz.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Jane Jin Kaisen: A Conversation on Multi-Voiced Feminist Works
Arts Lab
Arts Lab is a transdiciplinary research platform that joins artists and cultural producers with researchers of the Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultura da Faculdade de Ciências Humanas da Universidade Católica Portuguesa (CECC, FCH-UCP), the Campus Cultura, and the MA and PhD Students of The Lisbon Consortium.
Participants: Isabel Capeloa Gil (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Alexandra Lopes (PT), Paulo de Campos Pinto (PT), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR)
XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - CONVIVIAL CULTURES - Invitation
Summer School
Last days to register on the XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - CONVIVIAL CULTURES
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - António Sousa Ribeiro
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - António Sousa Ribeiro - Convivial cultures? On the Conditions of Possibility of a Concrete Utopia
Participants: António Sousa Ribeiro (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Presentation of the Keynote Speakers
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Ariella Azoulay (IL), Djamila Ribeiro (BR), Filipa Lowndes Vicente (PT), Kathy-Ann Tan, Nav Haq, Otobong Nkanga (NG), Vyjayanthi Venuturupalli Rao, António Sousa Ribeiro (PT)
Rouzbeh Akhbari: Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
"Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa" is a solo exhibition by Rouzbeh Akhbari (1992, Tehran). Part of a multifaceted research project titled "Tales from the Garden of Zār", this exhibition unfolds in various formal and conceptual layers. The exhibition is curated by Luísa Santos and Ana Fabíola Maurício.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Rouzbeh Akhbari (IR)
Masterclass - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Adriana Martins
Summer School
Masterclass - Adriana Martins - Hip-hop culture, civic imagination and the construction of geographies of proximity in Lisbon
Participants: Adriana Martins (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Otobong Nkanga
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Otobong Nkanga - Entangled geographies – Carved to Flow
Participants: Otobong Nkanga (NG)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Nithya Iyer, Jad Khairallah, and Zohar Iancu
Summer School
Cultural Program - Nithya Iyer, Jad Khairallah, and Zohar Iancu - Alternative knowledge in the making: An experimental dialogue between academic research and artistic investigation
Participants: Zohar Iancu (IL), Jad Khairallah (LB), Nithya Iyer (AU)
Notes from Atopia
Workshops
A series of intimate explorative encounters that aim to uncover insights on the corporeal, digital and philosophical disjunctures created by COVID-19. A note on the amendment of the workshop: This workshop has been changed from Undefined Dialogues upon the request of Nithya Iyer. It is a reflexive response to the urgent questions posed by COVID-19 and the nature of its impacts upon the daily lives of people in Lisbon and across the world, both in the present and to the foreseeable future. "Notes from Atopia" is an acknowledgement of the immensity - existentially, corporeally, societally and philosophically - of the changes brought on by COVID-19. It acts as one part of a larger body of research undertaken by Nithya Iyer.
Participants: Nithya Iyer (AU)
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
Videos - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
A series of videos produced for the CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture.
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
Sweden: 9 entries
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Multi-Chapter Exhibition
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Residencies
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Conferences
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Mediation Labs
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Film Programme
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Summer School
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Press material
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Digital Library
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Participants from 14 countries
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Sweden: 9 entries
New Eelam
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
New Eelam, by Christopher Kulendran Thomas (London) in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann (Berlin), is a long-term artwork in the form of a start-up—a real-estate technology company founded by the artist to develop a flexible, global housing subscription that aims to make homes as streamable as music or movies. Based on collective co-ownership rather than private property, it aims to rewire property relations through the luxury of communalism rather than of individual ownership.
Participants: Helena Westerlind (SE), Jennifer Mack, Hugo Palmarola (CL), Roland Paulsen (SE), Christopher Kulendran Thomas (GB), Annika Kuhlmann (DE), Erik Stenberg (SE), James Holston (US)
Tensta Konsthall
Digital Library
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie
Film Programme
With Eric Baudelaire, Chto Delat and the Otolith Group, curated by Azar Mahmoudian At Tensta Konsthall 29 May-14 June 2018
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Eric Baudelaire (US), Chto Delat (What is to be done?) (RU), The Otolith Group (GB)
Tensta Konsthall
Press material
Communication material - Tensta Konsthall
Residencies - Tensta konsthall 2
Residencies
Second period of residencies at Tensta konsthall with Bernd Krauss, Prem Krishnamurthy and Christian Nyampeta.
Participants: Christian Nyampeta (RW), Bernd Krauss (DE), Prem Krishnamurthy (US)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Tensta Konsthall
Summer School
Cultural Program - Tensta Konsthall - A virtual visit to Tensta konsthall, Stockholm
Participants: Cecilia Widenheim (SE)
Residencies - Tensta konsthall 1
Residencies
As part of the EU project 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, Tensta konsthall starts a residency in Tensta. A two-bedroom guest apartment becomes the foundation for the artists, curators, writers and others participating in the residency program that contain both longer and shorter stays.
Participants: Dora García (ES), Christian Nyampeta (RW), Zach Blas (US), Pınar Öğrenci (TR), Anne Low (CA)
Passage Projects
Conferences
Passage Projects is a conference in three parts reflecting on collectivity, translocal connections and situated knowledge. The conference takes its starting point from Taxingeplan, just outside Tensta konsthall.
Participants: Ângela Ferreira (MZ), Kvinnors byggforum (SE), k.ö.k (kvinnor önskar kollektivitet) (SE), Santiago Cirugeda Parejo (ES), Blanca Pujals (ES), Lily Hall (GB), Bella Rune (SE)
The Silent University Language Café
Mediation Labs
As part of the mediation lab Tensta konsthall is elaborating further on the tailor-made strategies of art mediation that is at the very core of The Silent University: Language Café. The Language Café welcomes those who wish to learn the basics of the Swedish and Arabic language, meet new friends and share experiences and ideas.
Participants: Ahmet Öğüt (TR), Fahyma Alnablsi (SY)
Denmark: 6 entries
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Multi-Chapter Exhibition
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Residencies
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Mediation Labs
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Film Programme
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Press material
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Digital Library
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Participants from 1 country
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Denmark: 6 entries
The Anti-Terror Album
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
With The Anti-Terror Album, Peter Voss-Knude turns the language of terrorism inside out, offering new takes on what anti-terror measures ought to look like.
Participants: Peter Voss-Knude (DK)
Museet for Samtidskunst
Press material
Communication material - Museet for Samtidskunst
Museet for Samtidskunst
Digital Library
What’s on the news?
Mediation Labs
Museet for Samtidskunst hosts two workshops run by artist Stine Marie Jacobsen in the fall of 2019. The workshops are a part of an art project on memory and the media’s framing of the news.
Participants: Stine Marie Jacobsen (DK), Fillip Danstrup (DK), Anne Uhrskov (DK)
Film Programme Roskilde
Film Programme
Artistic Residency - Peter Voss-Knude
Residencies
Peter Voss-Knude will work on his exhibition "The Anti-Terror Album" for Museet for Samtidskunst in 2020.
Participants: Peter Voss-Knude (DK)
Lithuania: 13 entries
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Multi-Chapter Exhibition
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Workshops
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Residencies
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Film Programme
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Summer School
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Press material
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Digital Library
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Participants from 17 countries
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Lithuania: 13 entries
Research and Artistic Residency Nida Art Colony
Residencies
Between September and October of 2019 Paul Maheke, Eglė Budvytytė, Jin Mustafa, Elin Már Øyen Vister and Mark Ther will spend two months at a residency at Nida Art Colony.  
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Mark Ther (CZ), Jin Mustafa (SE), Paul Maheke (FR), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO)
Dwelling on the Threshold
Workshops
Dwelling on the Threshold is a three-day workshop at Nida Art Colony exploring the potential of spaces of passage, flux and fluidity.
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Kristina Norman (EE), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Candice Hopkins (CA), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Joanna Warsza (PL)
Vilnius Academy Of Arts
Digital Library
Artistic Residency - Saulius Leonavičius in MASS Alexandria
Residencies
Lithuanian artist Saulius Leonavičius residency exchange with MASS Alexandria in Egypt.
Participants: Saulius Leonavičius (LT)
The Baltic Sea: A Liquid Memorial
Workshops
The Baltic Sea: A Liquid Memorial proposed by German artists Horst Hoheisel and Andreas Knitz. The workshop will take place at VAA Nida Art Colony on 16-23 September 2018.
Participants: Andreas Knitz (DE), Horst Hoheisel (DE)
Vilnius Academy of Arts
Press material
Communication material - Vilnius Academy of Arts
Research Residency - Vasilijus Safronovas
Residencies
NAC is collaborating with Dr. Vasilijus Safronovas – a researcher from the Institute of Baltic Region History and Archaeology of Klaipėda University – to do a survey (historical data, visual material) on emigration and immigration to the peninsula after WW II.
Participants: Vasilijus Safronovas (LT)
Residency exchange between VAA Nida Art Colony and MASS Alexandria
Residencies
In September-November 2018 one Egyptian artist and two Lithuanian artists will spend two months in the partner institutions in Egypt and Lithuania.
Artistic Residency - Amira Hanafi
Residencies
From September to October 2018, an Egyptian artist Amira Hanafi will be residing at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts (NAC) in Lithuania as part of the residency exchange between NAC and MASS Alexandria. During the two months in Nida, Amira will produce new work on the topics related to conflict, rootless communities, migration, displacement, ways of making strange territories your own, conviviality, identity and related experiences.
Participants: Amira Hanafi (EG)
The Spectral Forest
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The exhibition The Spectral Forest presents newly commissioned and existing works by eight international contemporary artists. Departing from the history of deforestation and afforestation, and displacement and resettlement, on the Curonian Spit, as well as the significance of the sacred groves in the Baltic region, the exhibition is conceived as a promenade through an enchanted forest. The exhibition is curated by Rado Ištok.
Participants: Radoslav Ištok (SK), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Mark Ther (CZ), Susanna Jablonski (SE), Jin Mustafa (SE), Santiago Mostyn (SE), Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Paul Maheke (FR), Ieva Rojūtė (LT)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Vilnius Academy of Arts
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Cultural Program - Vilnius Academy of Arts - The Spectral Forest and Neringa Forest Architecture
Participants: Radoslav Ištok (SK), Egija Inzule (LV), Jonas Žukauskas, Jurga Daubaraitė
Artistic Residency - Laima Kreivytė
Residencies
Lithuanian artist Laima Kreivytė residency in Egypt.
Participants: Laima Kreivytė (LT)
Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic" displays sculptural installations, archival material, and films that employ fiction, as well as those which do away with images entirely. This collection of moving image practices contemplate historical capacities of cinematic space as a medium of testament, as well as being a physical and mental environment: a refuge, a holding place, with an unsettling gravity to enact, unblock and care for forms of sociality.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), NSRD (LV), Clarissa Thieme (DE), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Wendelien van Oldenborgh (NL)
France: 8 entries
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Multi-Chapter Exhibition
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Workshops
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Conferences
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Mediation Labs
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Film Programme
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Summer School
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Press material
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Digital Library
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Participants from 19 countries
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France: 8 entries
Infinite Creativity for a Finite World
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
More than just an exhibition, ExpoAction offers visitors the opportunity to plunge into the heart of a plurality of actions in progress carried out by a new generation of designers committed over the long term to the valorisation of collective creative impulses, to reveal the power of social bonds.
Participants: Hamedine Kane (MR), Anne Fischer (FR), Pantopicon (BE), Tōraki, Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Atelier 21 (FR), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Alexia Venot (FR), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Nicolas Verschaeve (BE), Andrea de Chirico (IT), Fleur Moreau (FR), Phi Lou-van, Quentin Poudollec, Samer Selbak, Adèle Jacquier (FR), Adélia Bellier (FR), Adrien Buyukodabas (FR), Antoine Behagel (FR), Antoine Tour (FR), David Schroeder, Judith Zantain, Lily Saillant, Lorenzo Oliva, Marianna Faleri, Pauline Aubry, Pauline Landrieu, Philomène Robert, Séverine Luxerrois, Marginal Studio (IT), STU-DIO (FR), Caroline Grellier (FR), Talking Hands (IT), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), POLIMI DESIS Lab (IT), Orizzontale (IT), Vera Dubost, Wilfried Becret, Zoé Arnaud
Sensible Grounds: Communities of Oblivion
Film Programme
"Communities of Oblivion" is part of the multi-chapter pro­gram of moving image prac­tices, "Sensible Grounds", curated by Azar Mahmoudian. The pro­gram con­tem­plates his­tor­ical capac­i­ties of the cin­e­matic space as phys­ical and mental envi­ron­ments, in cre­ating forms of sociality, through double acts of bearing wit­ness and re-visioning worlds
Participants: Françoise Vergès (FR), Gérard Der Haroutiounian, Raymond Kévorkian (AM), Mélanie Nittis, Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR)
ENSAD
Digital Library
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - ENSAD
Summer School
Cultural Program - ENSAD - Infinite Creativity for a Finite World, a retrospective
Participants: Anna Bernagozzi (IT)
Celebrating crafts for social change
Mediation Labs
4Cs Mediation Lab, ‘Celebrating crafts for social change’ will be ENSAD’s action within 4Cs 2018-19. It is a workshop and class that offers students to co-create a pedagogic service of know-how transmission.
Participants: Bassam Salwkha (SY), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Karim Ruhullah (AF), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Alice Peinado (IT), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Alexia Venot (FR)
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Cultivating Conviviality
Workshops
The workshop “Cultivating Conviviality” aims to show the importance of understanding and integrating the social, political and cultural issues of the present and past migrations in solving conflict situations by applying design methodologies. More specifically, the objective of the workshop is that of co-creating new tools of conviviality that will allow society as a whole, to improve “togetherness” by highlighting specific knowhows of migrants, or “expert newcomers” as we decided to name them. These tools are the results of different problematics that link each specific context and territory, to food and culture.
Participants: Eve Lerouge (FR), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Khaled Kaka (SY), Alice Peinado (IT), Sofia Djenna, Eddy Terki (FR), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Inès Mesmar (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Sebastian Däschle (DE), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Sobi Pillai (IN), Chloé Heslon (FR), Pauline Doneda (FR), Alexandra Piat (FR), Camillle Lugand, Léo Sibertin-Blanc (FR), Zazie Brosse (FR)
ENSAD
Press material
Communication material - ENSAD
Spain: 9 entries
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Multi-Chapter Exhibition
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Workshops
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Residencies
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Conferences
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Mediation Labs
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Film Programme
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Press material
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Digital Library
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Participants from 8 countries
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Spain: 9 entries
Fundació Antoni Tàpies
Digital Library
"Penya" Tosquelles
Mediation Labs
This Mediation Lab, divided into three activities, has been designed to connect the figure of Francesc Tosquelles and the world of mental health with the world of art. With the Mediation Lab we have introduced one of the pioneers of critical psychiatry in post-war Europe. Institutional Psychotherapy is recovered here through the figure of Francesc Tosquelles: a discourse and practice that address not mental illnesses, but vital, social and ethical problems. Institutional Psychotherapy foresaw the dysfunctions that would eventually afflict people in contemporary societies and the dysfunction of the institutions.
Participants: Antonio Labad (ES), Jean-Claude Polack (FR), Christophe Boulanger (FR), Joana Masó (ES), Alejandra Riera (AR), Sophie Legrain (FR), Camille Robcis, Jorge de los Santos (ES), Gabriela Berti (ES), Martine Deyres (FR)
Ariella Azoulay: Looting, Destruction, Photography and Museums: the Imperial Origins of Democracy
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Lecture organised on the occasion of Ariella Azoulay's visit to Barcelona to prepare the next exhibition at Fundació Antoni Tàpies - Erratum (October 2019)
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL)
Fundació Antoni Tàpies
Press material
Communication material - Fundació Antoni Tàpies
Modalities and Initiatives of Repair, Restitution and Reparation
Conferences
Public institutions such as libraries, museums and archives consist of a huge amount of plundered material and are organized around imperial structures that facilitate the normalization of these holdings in these institutions. Based on this assumption the seminar aims to provide a framework for discussion of transformative potentialities of imperial collections and different modalities of undoing its legacies.
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL), Susan Meiselas (US), Kader Attia (FR), Françoise Vergès (FR), Hagar Ophir (IL)
Ariella Aïsha Azoulay. Errata
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Errata consists of a series of ‘rehearsals’ in non-imperial modes of archival literacy. Photography is being used here as part of a ‘potential history’, a way of unlearning the imperial habits and gestures through which citizens of differentially ruled body politics have been trained to inhabit the privileged position of experts – in photography, art, politics and human rights discourse – and explore the plight of others, congealed in objects, books and documents, while those others with whom they share the world are forced to endure secondary and subservient roles.
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL)
Artistic Residency - Guevara Namer
Residencies
On the occasion of the exhibition "Susan Meiselas. Mediations", the Fundació Antoni Tàpies has invited the Syrian artist of Kurdish origin, Guevara Namer, to become an artist-in-residence. Guevara Namer is a photographer and documentary filmmaker. The purpose of the residence is to invite an artist in the specific context of Barcelona and the Fundació to establish a dialogue between her artistic practice and that of the current exhibition.
Participants: Carles Guerra (ES), Guevara Namer (SY), Susan Meiselas (US), Xavier Antich (ES)
An Oceanic Feeling
Workshops
The goal of the workshop was to approach several aspects of the Sea Conflict.The idea was to reflect about sea areas problematics with the people involved into the conflict and with the people who live directly this situation (neighbours, dockers, street illegal vendors, the collective of the old fisherman, artisans, etc).
Participants: Carles Guerra (ES), Marina Monsonís (ES), OPAVIVARÁ! (BR), Ruta de autor (ES), The Green Parrot (ES), Cristina Caparrós (ES), Joan Morejón (ES), Rosa Lleó (ES)
Sensible Grounds: Inhale
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: Inhale" at Fundació Antoni Tàpies. "Inhale" (2016-2021) is an archive of fictional narratives and sounds that trace opium smoke in the junction of writing and breath. The narratives are written passages that chronicle instances of opium use in Iranian modern and contemporary novels and short stories from the last and present centuries.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Nasrin Tabatabai (IR), Babak Afrassiabi (IR)
Afghanistan
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Participant
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Afghanistan: 1 entry
Celebrating crafts for social change
Mediation Labs
4Cs Mediation Lab, ‘Celebrating crafts for social change’ will be ENSAD’s action within 4Cs 2018-19. It is a workshop and class that offers students to co-create a pedagogic service of know-how transmission.
Participants: Bassam Salwkha (SY), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Karim Ruhullah (AF), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Alice Peinado (IT), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Alexia Venot (FR)
Argentina
4
Participants
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Argentina: 3 entries
"Penya" Tosquelles
Mediation Labs
This Mediation Lab, divided into three activities, has been designed to connect the figure of Francesc Tosquelles and the world of mental health with the world of art. With the Mediation Lab we have introduced one of the pioneers of critical psychiatry in post-war Europe. Institutional Psychotherapy is recovered here through the figure of Francesc Tosquelles: a discourse and practice that address not mental illnesses, but vital, social and ethical problems. Institutional Psychotherapy foresaw the dysfunctions that would eventually afflict people in contemporary societies and the dysfunction of the institutions.
Participants: Antonio Labad (ES), Jean-Claude Polack (FR), Christophe Boulanger (FR), Joana Masó (ES), Alejandra Riera (AR), Sophie Legrain (FR), Camille Robcis, Jorge de los Santos (ES), Gabriela Berti (ES), Martine Deyres (FR)
Sensible Grounds: Thinking outside of the white box
Film Programme
"Thinking outside of the white box" is the Berlin manifestation of a "Conference in Shards" by Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri which is taking place in the framework of "Sensible Grounds" – a multi-chapter program of moving image practices curated by Azar Mahmoudian.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Begonia Santa-Cecilia, Luis Moreno-Caballud, Nazan Üstündağ (TR), Hamit Bozarslan (TR), Peter Makhlouf, Rolando Vázquez, Walter Mignolo (AR)
MARIA TERESITA SANTOS
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Maria Teresita Santos (AR)
Austria
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Participants
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Austria: 10 entries
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion
Workshops
This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion This two-day workshop events asks to what extent art can affect change when addressing issues of migration, displacement, and access.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Recordings
Workshops
Audio recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Videos
Workshops
Video recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Australia
1
Participant
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Australia: 4 entries
UNDEFINED DIALOGUES: "Meeting - Translating - Intersecting"
Workshops
A three-part workshop exploring the possibilities of shared meaning-making between cultures, modalities and disciplines through arts-based inquiry.
Participants: Nithya Iyer (AU)
Notes from Atopia
Workshops
A series of intimate explorative encounters that aim to uncover insights on the corporeal, digital and philosophical disjunctures created by COVID-19. A note on the amendment of the workshop: This workshop has been changed from Undefined Dialogues upon the request of Nithya Iyer. It is a reflexive response to the urgent questions posed by COVID-19 and the nature of its impacts upon the daily lives of people in Lisbon and across the world, both in the present and to the foreseeable future. "Notes from Atopia" is an acknowledgement of the immensity - existentially, corporeally, societally and philosophically - of the changes brought on by COVID-19. It acts as one part of a larger body of research undertaken by Nithya Iyer.
Participants: Nithya Iyer (AU)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Nithya Iyer, Jad Khairallah, and Zohar Iancu
Summer School
Cultural Program - Nithya Iyer, Jad Khairallah, and Zohar Iancu - Alternative knowledge in the making: An experimental dialogue between academic research and artistic investigation
Participants: Zohar Iancu (IL), Jad Khairallah (LB), Nithya Iyer (AU)
nanogaleria 2018-20
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The book nanogaleria 2018-2020 will be presented at A Corrente, in Arroios, in Lisbon, on December 20th at 6pm.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), RitaGT (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Nithya Iyer (AU), Ana Margarida Abrantes (PT), Ana Vidigal (PT), Tatiana Macedo (PT), Julia Flamingo (BR), Sofia Steinvorth (DE), Marilá Dardot (BR), Ana Catarina Fragoso (PT), Rodrigo Vila (BR), Maria Trabulo (PT), Alice Geirinhas (PT), Inês Norton (PT)
Bosnia and Herzegovina
1
Participant
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Bosnia and Herzegovina: 1 entry
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Belgium
3
Participants
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Belgium: 3 entries
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Infinite Creativity for a Finite World
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
More than just an exhibition, ExpoAction offers visitors the opportunity to plunge into the heart of a plurality of actions in progress carried out by a new generation of designers committed over the long term to the valorisation of collective creative impulses, to reveal the power of social bonds.
Participants: Hamedine Kane (MR), Anne Fischer (FR), Pantopicon (BE), Tōraki, Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Atelier 21 (FR), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Alexia Venot (FR), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Nicolas Verschaeve (BE), Andrea de Chirico (IT), Fleur Moreau (FR), Phi Lou-van, Quentin Poudollec, Samer Selbak, Adèle Jacquier (FR), Adélia Bellier (FR), Adrien Buyukodabas (FR), Antoine Behagel (FR), Antoine Tour (FR), David Schroeder, Judith Zantain, Lily Saillant, Lorenzo Oliva, Marianna Faleri, Pauline Aubry, Pauline Landrieu, Philomène Robert, Séverine Luxerrois, Marginal Studio (IT), STU-DIO (FR), Caroline Grellier (FR), Talking Hands (IT), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), POLIMI DESIS Lab (IT), Orizzontale (IT), Vera Dubost, Wilfried Becret, Zoé Arnaud
Bulgaria
2
Participants
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Bulgaria: 3 entries
Portions of Share
Mediation Labs
"Portions of Share" is the first moment of Lisbon's Mediation Lab.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Videos
Mediation Labs
Two videos of RitaGT and Sunshine Socialist Cinema presentations. Recorded by Linda Koncz.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Bolivia
2
Participants
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Bolivia: 2 entries
Celebrating crafts for social change
Mediation Labs
4Cs Mediation Lab, ‘Celebrating crafts for social change’ will be ENSAD’s action within 4Cs 2018-19. It is a workshop and class that offers students to co-create a pedagogic service of know-how transmission.
Participants: Bassam Salwkha (SY), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Karim Ruhullah (AF), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Alice Peinado (IT), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Alexia Venot (FR)
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Brazil
15
Participants
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Brazil: 16 entries
An Oceanic Feeling
Workshops
The goal of the workshop was to approach several aspects of the Sea Conflict.The idea was to reflect about sea areas problematics with the people involved into the conflict and with the people who live directly this situation (neighbours, dockers, street illegal vendors, the collective of the old fisherman, artisans, etc).
Participants: Carles Guerra (ES), Marina Monsonís (ES), OPAVIVARÁ! (BR), Ruta de autor (ES), The Green Parrot (ES), Cristina Caparrós (ES), Joan Morejón (ES), Rosa Lleó (ES)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
Research Residency - Noor Abuarafeh
Residencies
For the UK residency, the Royal College of Art has partnered with Delfina Foundation to provide an opportunity for an artist who is interested in working with people in the context of cultural intolerance and those who feel marginalised in London. The aim is to facilitate a close interaction with communities and audiences who are not usually engaged with the existing cultural offer and do not have a voice in it.
Participants: Hena Lee (BR), Noor Abuarafeh (PS)
Libertas. Da condição de pessoa livre - Vasco Araújo
Mediation Labs
"Libertas. Da condição de pessoa livre" was the opening performance of "Vasco Araújo. A Moment Apart" at MAAT. The performance is one of the moments of the 4Cs Lisbon Mediation Lab.
Participants: Ivo Mesquita (BR), Ana Cachola (PT), Vasco Araújo (PT), Inês Grosso (PT)
MAÍRA BOTELHO
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Maíra Botelho (BR)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Presentation of the Keynote Speakers
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Ariella Azoulay (IL), Djamila Ribeiro (BR), Filipa Lowndes Vicente (PT), Kathy-Ann Tan, Nav Haq, Otobong Nkanga (NG), Vyjayanthi Venuturupalli Rao, António Sousa Ribeiro (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Djamila Ribeiro
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Djamila Ribeiro - Myths around Brazilian racism: a view through the lens of the black feminist theory
Participants: Djamila Ribeiro (BR)
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
nanogaleria 2018-20
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The book nanogaleria 2018-2020 will be presented at A Corrente, in Arroios, in Lisbon, on December 20th at 6pm.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), RitaGT (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Nithya Iyer (AU), Ana Margarida Abrantes (PT), Ana Vidigal (PT), Tatiana Macedo (PT), Julia Flamingo (BR), Sofia Steinvorth (DE), Marilá Dardot (BR), Ana Catarina Fragoso (PT), Rodrigo Vila (BR), Maria Trabulo (PT), Alice Geirinhas (PT), Inês Norton (PT)
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Canada
4
Participants
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Canada: 4 entries
Residencies - Tensta konsthall 1
Residencies
As part of the EU project 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, Tensta konsthall starts a residency in Tensta. A two-bedroom guest apartment becomes the foundation for the artists, curators, writers and others participating in the residency program that contain both longer and shorter stays.
Participants: Dora García (ES), Christian Nyampeta (RW), Zach Blas (US), Pınar Öğrenci (TR), Anne Low (CA)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
Dwelling on the Threshold
Workshops
Dwelling on the Threshold is a three-day workshop at Nida Art Colony exploring the potential of spaces of passage, flux and fluidity.
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Kristina Norman (EE), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Candice Hopkins (CA), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Joanna Warsza (PL)
Congo (Dem. Rep.)
1
Participant
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Congo (Dem. Rep.): 1 entry
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Chile
1
Participant
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Chile: 1 entry
New Eelam
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
New Eelam, by Christopher Kulendran Thomas (London) in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann (Berlin), is a long-term artwork in the form of a start-up—a real-estate technology company founded by the artist to develop a flexible, global housing subscription that aims to make homes as streamable as music or movies. Based on collective co-ownership rather than private property, it aims to rewire property relations through the luxury of communalism rather than of individual ownership.
Participants: Helena Westerlind (SE), Jennifer Mack, Hugo Palmarola (CL), Roland Paulsen (SE), Christopher Kulendran Thomas (GB), Annika Kuhlmann (DE), Erik Stenberg (SE), James Holston (US)
Cameroon
3
Participants
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Cameroon: 4 entries
Artistic Residency - Hervé Yamguen
Residencies
In Berlin, Hervé Yamguen is studying works of Michel Serres and Kenneth White to understand better the evolution of humanity from its beginnings to the technological age of our now, including the possibilities of travel to change surrounding landscapes and see different parts of the world.
Participants: Hervé Yamguen (CM)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Colombia
2
Participants
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Colombia: 5 entries
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Infinite Creativity for a Finite World
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
More than just an exhibition, ExpoAction offers visitors the opportunity to plunge into the heart of a plurality of actions in progress carried out by a new generation of designers committed over the long term to the valorisation of collective creative impulses, to reveal the power of social bonds.
Participants: Hamedine Kane (MR), Anne Fischer (FR), Pantopicon (BE), Tōraki, Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Atelier 21 (FR), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Alexia Venot (FR), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Nicolas Verschaeve (BE), Andrea de Chirico (IT), Fleur Moreau (FR), Phi Lou-van, Quentin Poudollec, Samer Selbak, Adèle Jacquier (FR), Adélia Bellier (FR), Adrien Buyukodabas (FR), Antoine Behagel (FR), Antoine Tour (FR), David Schroeder, Judith Zantain, Lily Saillant, Lorenzo Oliva, Marianna Faleri, Pauline Aubry, Pauline Landrieu, Philomène Robert, Séverine Luxerrois, Marginal Studio (IT), STU-DIO (FR), Caroline Grellier (FR), Talking Hands (IT), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), POLIMI DESIS Lab (IT), Orizzontale (IT), Vera Dubost, Wilfried Becret, Zoé Arnaud
Portions of Share
Mediation Labs
"Portions of Share" is the first moment of Lisbon's Mediation Lab.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Videos
Mediation Labs
Two videos of RitaGT and Sunshine Socialist Cinema presentations. Recorded by Linda Koncz.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Czech Republic
1
Participant
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Czech Republic: 2 entries
The Spectral Forest
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The exhibition The Spectral Forest presents newly commissioned and existing works by eight international contemporary artists. Departing from the history of deforestation and afforestation, and displacement and resettlement, on the Curonian Spit, as well as the significance of the sacred groves in the Baltic region, the exhibition is conceived as a promenade through an enchanted forest. The exhibition is curated by Rado Ištok.
Participants: Radoslav Ištok (SK), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Mark Ther (CZ), Susanna Jablonski (SE), Jin Mustafa (SE), Santiago Mostyn (SE), Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Paul Maheke (FR), Ieva Rojūtė (LT)
Research and Artistic Residency Nida Art Colony
Residencies
Between September and October of 2019 Paul Maheke, Eglė Budvytytė, Jin Mustafa, Elin Már Øyen Vister and Mark Ther will spend two months at a residency at Nida Art Colony.  
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Mark Ther (CZ), Jin Mustafa (SE), Paul Maheke (FR), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO)
Germany
29
Participants
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Germany: 51 entries
New Eelam
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
New Eelam, by Christopher Kulendran Thomas (London) in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann (Berlin), is a long-term artwork in the form of a start-up—a real-estate technology company founded by the artist to develop a flexible, global housing subscription that aims to make homes as streamable as music or movies. Based on collective co-ownership rather than private property, it aims to rewire property relations through the luxury of communalism rather than of individual ownership.
Participants: Helena Westerlind (SE), Jennifer Mack, Hugo Palmarola (CL), Roland Paulsen (SE), Christopher Kulendran Thomas (GB), Annika Kuhlmann (DE), Erik Stenberg (SE), James Holston (US)
Artistic Residency - Aimée Zito Lema
Residencies
During her month-long residency at Rua das Gaivotas 6, Aimée Zito Lema (n. 1982, NL) has developed research on memory and the intergenerational transmission of events through material history and the human body.
Participants: Jori Collignon (NL), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Pedro Zegre Penim (PT), Isabel Carlos (PT), Aimée Zito Lema (NL), Anabela Rodrigues (PT), Cristina Correia (PT)
Aimée Zito Lema. 13 Shots
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The work of Aimée Zito Lema (Amsterdam, 1982) addresses the dynamics between individual and collective memory, with a particular focus on the recording and intergenerational transmission of events, both through material history and through the human body as a mnemonic repository. Placing aesthetic and social practices side by side, her work inhabits a world of critical interaction between the material and the human.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Luísa Santos (PT), Daniela Agostinho (PT), Ana Cachola (PT), Joana Rafaela Fernandes Ferreira (PT), Sara Ferreira Miranda (PT), Aimée Zito Lema (NL), Liliana Nascimento Santos (PT), Jessica Nascimento Gomes Varela (PT), Inês Veiga Pereira (PT), Gesica Quinalau (PT), Germen Quinalau (PT), Edgar Veiga Gomes (PT), Bruna Diana Vaz Fortes (PT), Beatriz Pereira Teixeira (PT), Anabela Rodrigues (PT), Rosa Maria Lopes (PT), Marta Teixeira da Silva (PT), Behnam Bornak (IR), Manuel Pinho Braga (PT), José Maria Vieira Mendes (PT), Tito Pires (PT), Filipe Otero Pureza (PT), Leonie Davidson (GB)
Call for Papers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
The XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture, under the topic “Convivial Cultures”, is the final public activity of the 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture. 
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Alexandra Lopes (PT), Diana Gonçalves (PT), Paulo de Campos Pinto (PT), Rita Faria (PT), Isabel Capeloa Gil (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Inês Espada Vieira (PT), Ana Cachola (PT), Daniela Agostinho (PT), Adriana Martins (PT), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Maria Eduarda Duarte (PT)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion
Workshops
This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion This two-day workshop events asks to what extent art can affect change when addressing issues of migration, displacement, and access.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic" displays sculptural installations, archival material, and films that employ fiction, as well as those which do away with images entirely. This collection of moving image practices contemplate historical capacities of cinematic space as a medium of testament, as well as being a physical and mental environment: a refuge, a holding place, with an unsettling gravity to enact, unblock and care for forms of sociality.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), NSRD (LV), Clarissa Thieme (DE), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Wendelien van Oldenborgh (NL)
Cultivating Conviviality
Workshops
The workshop “Cultivating Conviviality” aims to show the importance of understanding and integrating the social, political and cultural issues of the present and past migrations in solving conflict situations by applying design methodologies. More specifically, the objective of the workshop is that of co-creating new tools of conviviality that will allow society as a whole, to improve “togetherness” by highlighting specific knowhows of migrants, or “expert newcomers” as we decided to name them. These tools are the results of different problematics that link each specific context and territory, to food and culture.
Participants: Eve Lerouge (FR), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Khaled Kaka (SY), Alice Peinado (IT), Sofia Djenna, Eddy Terki (FR), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Inès Mesmar (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Sebastian Däschle (DE), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Sobi Pillai (IN), Chloé Heslon (FR), Pauline Doneda (FR), Alexandra Piat (FR), Camillle Lugand, Léo Sibertin-Blanc (FR), Zazie Brosse (FR)
The Baltic Sea: A Liquid Memorial
Workshops
The Baltic Sea: A Liquid Memorial proposed by German artists Horst Hoheisel and Andreas Knitz. The workshop will take place at VAA Nida Art Colony on 16-23 September 2018.
Participants: Andreas Knitz (DE), Horst Hoheisel (DE)
Conviviality and the Institutional
Conferences
Conviviality and the Institutional is a two-day conference in the frame of 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, a cooperation project supported by the European Commission in the frame of Creative Europe - Culture Sub-programme. Coordinated by the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 4Cs aims to explore how art and culture can constitute powerful resources to address the subject of conflict.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Katerina Gregos (GR), Ariel Caine (IL), Ilya Budraitskis (RU), Luísa Santos (PT), Nina Power (GB), Michaela Crimmin (GB), João Ribas (PT), Miguel Amado (PT), Jonas Staal (NL), Pedro Calado (PT), Pedro Gadanho (PT)
Portions of Share
Mediation Labs
"Portions of Share" is the first moment of Lisbon's Mediation Lab.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Recordings
Workshops
Audio recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Videos
Mediation Labs
Two videos of RitaGT and Sunshine Socialist Cinema presentations. Recorded by Linda Koncz.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Videos
Workshops
Video recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
Residencies - Tensta konsthall 2
Residencies
Second period of residencies at Tensta konsthall with Bernd Krauss, Prem Krishnamurthy and Christian Nyampeta.
Participants: Christian Nyampeta (RW), Bernd Krauss (DE), Prem Krishnamurthy (US)
Jane Jin Kaisen: A Conversation on Multi-Voiced Feminist Works
Arts Lab
Arts Lab is a transdiciplinary research platform that joins artists and cultural producers with researchers of the Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultura da Faculdade de Ciências Humanas da Universidade Católica Portuguesa (CECC, FCH-UCP), the Campus Cultura, and the MA and PhD Students of The Lisbon Consortium.
Participants: Isabel Capeloa Gil (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Alexandra Lopes (PT), Paulo de Campos Pinto (PT), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR)
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
nanogaleria 2018-20
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The book nanogaleria 2018-2020 will be presented at A Corrente, in Arroios, in Lisbon, on December 20th at 6pm.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), RitaGT (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Nithya Iyer (AU), Ana Margarida Abrantes (PT), Ana Vidigal (PT), Tatiana Macedo (PT), Julia Flamingo (BR), Sofia Steinvorth (DE), Marilá Dardot (BR), Ana Catarina Fragoso (PT), Rodrigo Vila (BR), Maria Trabulo (PT), Alice Geirinhas (PT), Inês Norton (PT)
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Denmark
6
Participants
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Denmark: 11 entries
Artistic Residency - Peter Voss-Knude
Residencies
Peter Voss-Knude will work on his exhibition "The Anti-Terror Album" for Museet for Samtidskunst in 2020.
Participants: Peter Voss-Knude (DK)
What’s on the news?
Mediation Labs
Museet for Samtidskunst hosts two workshops run by artist Stine Marie Jacobsen in the fall of 2019. The workshops are a part of an art project on memory and the media’s framing of the news.
Participants: Stine Marie Jacobsen (DK), Fillip Danstrup (DK), Anne Uhrskov (DK)
The Anti-Terror Album
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
With The Anti-Terror Album, Peter Voss-Knude turns the language of terrorism inside out, offering new takes on what anti-terror measures ought to look like.
Participants: Peter Voss-Knude (DK)
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Algeria
1
Participant
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Algeria: 1 entry
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
Estonia
1
Participant
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Estonia: 1 entry
Dwelling on the Threshold
Workshops
Dwelling on the Threshold is a three-day workshop at Nida Art Colony exploring the potential of spaces of passage, flux and fluidity.
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Kristina Norman (EE), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Candice Hopkins (CA), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Joanna Warsza (PL)
Egypt
2
Participants
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Egypt: 2 entries
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
Artistic Residency - Amira Hanafi
Residencies
From September to October 2018, an Egyptian artist Amira Hanafi will be residing at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts (NAC) in Lithuania as part of the residency exchange between NAC and MASS Alexandria. During the two months in Nida, Amira will produce new work on the topics related to conflict, rootless communities, migration, displacement, ways of making strange territories your own, conviviality, identity and related experiences.
Participants: Amira Hanafi (EG)
Spain
21
Participants
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Spain: 30 entries
Residencies - Tensta konsthall 1
Residencies
As part of the EU project 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, Tensta konsthall starts a residency in Tensta. A two-bedroom guest apartment becomes the foundation for the artists, curators, writers and others participating in the residency program that contain both longer and shorter stays.
Participants: Dora García (ES), Christian Nyampeta (RW), Zach Blas (US), Pınar Öğrenci (TR), Anne Low (CA)
An Oceanic Feeling
Workshops
The goal of the workshop was to approach several aspects of the Sea Conflict.The idea was to reflect about sea areas problematics with the people involved into the conflict and with the people who live directly this situation (neighbours, dockers, street illegal vendors, the collective of the old fisherman, artisans, etc).
Participants: Carles Guerra (ES), Marina Monsonís (ES), OPAVIVARÁ! (BR), Ruta de autor (ES), The Green Parrot (ES), Cristina Caparrós (ES), Joan Morejón (ES), Rosa Lleó (ES)
"Penya" Tosquelles
Mediation Labs
This Mediation Lab, divided into three activities, has been designed to connect the figure of Francesc Tosquelles and the world of mental health with the world of art. With the Mediation Lab we have introduced one of the pioneers of critical psychiatry in post-war Europe. Institutional Psychotherapy is recovered here through the figure of Francesc Tosquelles: a discourse and practice that address not mental illnesses, but vital, social and ethical problems. Institutional Psychotherapy foresaw the dysfunctions that would eventually afflict people in contemporary societies and the dysfunction of the institutions.
Participants: Antonio Labad (ES), Jean-Claude Polack (FR), Christophe Boulanger (FR), Joana Masó (ES), Alejandra Riera (AR), Sophie Legrain (FR), Camille Robcis, Jorge de los Santos (ES), Gabriela Berti (ES), Martine Deyres (FR)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion
Workshops
This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion This two-day workshop events asks to what extent art can affect change when addressing issues of migration, displacement, and access.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
Adam Khalil & Bayley Sweitzer with Oba: Nosferasta
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Gasworks presents a major new film commission by Brooklyn-based filmmakers Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer. Acclaimed for Empty Metal (2018), a science-fiction political thriller set against a backdrop of police brutality and mass surveillance, their films delve into contemporary indigenous experience and minority survival with a fiercely subcultural attitude.
Participants: Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES), Bayley Sweitzer (US), Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT)
Sensible Grounds: That’s How We Undo It
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: That’s How We Undo It" at LUX, London. Screening series of cinema-gestures by Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri, curated by Azar Mahmoudian as part of the multi-chapter program of moving image practices, Sensible Grounds.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Artistic Residency - Guevara Namer
Residencies
On the occasion of the exhibition "Susan Meiselas. Mediations", the Fundació Antoni Tàpies has invited the Syrian artist of Kurdish origin, Guevara Namer, to become an artist-in-residence. Guevara Namer is a photographer and documentary filmmaker. The purpose of the residence is to invite an artist in the specific context of Barcelona and the Fundació to establish a dialogue between her artistic practice and that of the current exhibition.
Participants: Carles Guerra (ES), Guevara Namer (SY), Susan Meiselas (US), Xavier Antich (ES)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Recordings
Workshops
Audio recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Videos
Workshops
Video recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
Passage Projects
Conferences
Passage Projects is a conference in three parts reflecting on collectivity, translocal connections and situated knowledge. The conference takes its starting point from Taxingeplan, just outside Tensta konsthall.
Participants: Ângela Ferreira (MZ), Kvinnors byggforum (SE), k.ö.k (kvinnor önskar kollektivitet) (SE), Santiago Cirugeda Parejo (ES), Blanca Pujals (ES), Lily Hall (GB), Bella Rune (SE)
Masterclass - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Ben Cranfield, Laura Vallés Vílchez, Dr Peter Oakley
Summer School
Masterclass - Ben Cranfield, Laura Vallés Vílchez, Dr Peter Oakley - Conditions of Entry
Participants: Peter Oakley (GB), Ben Cranfield (GB), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Nosferasta: The Book
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Marking the first UK commission by Brooklyn-based filmmakers Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer in collaboration with Oba, Gasworks has published a 176-page book that explores the ever-expanding vampiric universe of Nosferasta.
Participants: Peggy Ahwesh (US), Lou Cornum (US), Alex Esco (US), Sabel Gavaldon, Mutabaruka (JM), Austin Sley Julian (US), Virgil b/g Taylor (US), Peter Oakley (GB), Bayley Sweitzer (US), Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
France
54
Participants
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France: 88 entries
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Recordings
Workshops
Audio recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Cultivating Conviviality
Workshops
The workshop “Cultivating Conviviality” aims to show the importance of understanding and integrating the social, political and cultural issues of the present and past migrations in solving conflict situations by applying design methodologies. More specifically, the objective of the workshop is that of co-creating new tools of conviviality that will allow society as a whole, to improve “togetherness” by highlighting specific knowhows of migrants, or “expert newcomers” as we decided to name them. These tools are the results of different problematics that link each specific context and territory, to food and culture.
Participants: Eve Lerouge (FR), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Khaled Kaka (SY), Alice Peinado (IT), Sofia Djenna, Eddy Terki (FR), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Inès Mesmar (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Sebastian Däschle (DE), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Sobi Pillai (IN), Chloé Heslon (FR), Pauline Doneda (FR), Alexandra Piat (FR), Camillle Lugand, Léo Sibertin-Blanc (FR), Zazie Brosse (FR)
Sensible Grounds: Communities of Oblivion
Film Programme
"Communities of Oblivion" is part of the multi-chapter pro­gram of moving image prac­tices, "Sensible Grounds", curated by Azar Mahmoudian. The pro­gram con­tem­plates his­tor­ical capac­i­ties of the cin­e­matic space as phys­ical and mental envi­ron­ments, in cre­ating forms of sociality, through double acts of bearing wit­ness and re-visioning worlds
Participants: Françoise Vergès (FR), Gérard Der Haroutiounian, Raymond Kévorkian (AM), Mélanie Nittis, Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR)
ALICE BONNOT
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Alice Bonnot (FR)
Celebrating crafts for social change
Mediation Labs
4Cs Mediation Lab, ‘Celebrating crafts for social change’ will be ENSAD’s action within 4Cs 2018-19. It is a workshop and class that offers students to co-create a pedagogic service of know-how transmission.
Participants: Bassam Salwkha (SY), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Karim Ruhullah (AF), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Alice Peinado (IT), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Alexia Venot (FR)
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
Infinite Creativity for a Finite World
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
More than just an exhibition, ExpoAction offers visitors the opportunity to plunge into the heart of a plurality of actions in progress carried out by a new generation of designers committed over the long term to the valorisation of collective creative impulses, to reveal the power of social bonds.
Participants: Hamedine Kane (MR), Anne Fischer (FR), Pantopicon (BE), Tōraki, Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Atelier 21 (FR), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Alexia Venot (FR), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Nicolas Verschaeve (BE), Andrea de Chirico (IT), Fleur Moreau (FR), Phi Lou-van, Quentin Poudollec, Samer Selbak, Adèle Jacquier (FR), Adélia Bellier (FR), Adrien Buyukodabas (FR), Antoine Behagel (FR), Antoine Tour (FR), David Schroeder, Judith Zantain, Lily Saillant, Lorenzo Oliva, Marianna Faleri, Pauline Aubry, Pauline Landrieu, Philomène Robert, Séverine Luxerrois, Marginal Studio (IT), STU-DIO (FR), Caroline Grellier (FR), Talking Hands (IT), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), POLIMI DESIS Lab (IT), Orizzontale (IT), Vera Dubost, Wilfried Becret, Zoé Arnaud
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
Research and Artistic Residency Nida Art Colony
Residencies
Between September and October of 2019 Paul Maheke, Eglė Budvytytė, Jin Mustafa, Elin Már Øyen Vister and Mark Ther will spend two months at a residency at Nida Art Colony.  
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Mark Ther (CZ), Jin Mustafa (SE), Paul Maheke (FR), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO)
Portions of Share
Mediation Labs
"Portions of Share" is the first moment of Lisbon's Mediation Lab.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
JEANNE PASQUET
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Jeanne Pasquet (FR)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion
Workshops
This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion This two-day workshop events asks to what extent art can affect change when addressing issues of migration, displacement, and access.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
The Spectral Forest
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The exhibition The Spectral Forest presents newly commissioned and existing works by eight international contemporary artists. Departing from the history of deforestation and afforestation, and displacement and resettlement, on the Curonian Spit, as well as the significance of the sacred groves in the Baltic region, the exhibition is conceived as a promenade through an enchanted forest. The exhibition is curated by Rado Ištok.
Participants: Radoslav Ištok (SK), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Mark Ther (CZ), Susanna Jablonski (SE), Jin Mustafa (SE), Santiago Mostyn (SE), Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Paul Maheke (FR), Ieva Rojūtė (LT)
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Modalities and Initiatives of Repair, Restitution and Reparation
Conferences
Public institutions such as libraries, museums and archives consist of a huge amount of plundered material and are organized around imperial structures that facilitate the normalization of these holdings in these institutions. Based on this assumption the seminar aims to provide a framework for discussion of transformative potentialities of imperial collections and different modalities of undoing its legacies.
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL), Susan Meiselas (US), Kader Attia (FR), Françoise Vergès (FR), Hagar Ophir (IL)
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Portions of Share Videos
Mediation Labs
Two videos of RitaGT and Sunshine Socialist Cinema presentations. Recorded by Linda Koncz.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
"Penya" Tosquelles
Mediation Labs
This Mediation Lab, divided into three activities, has been designed to connect the figure of Francesc Tosquelles and the world of mental health with the world of art. With the Mediation Lab we have introduced one of the pioneers of critical psychiatry in post-war Europe. Institutional Psychotherapy is recovered here through the figure of Francesc Tosquelles: a discourse and practice that address not mental illnesses, but vital, social and ethical problems. Institutional Psychotherapy foresaw the dysfunctions that would eventually afflict people in contemporary societies and the dysfunction of the institutions.
Participants: Antonio Labad (ES), Jean-Claude Polack (FR), Christophe Boulanger (FR), Joana Masó (ES), Alejandra Riera (AR), Sophie Legrain (FR), Camille Robcis, Jorge de los Santos (ES), Gabriela Berti (ES), Martine Deyres (FR)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Videos
Workshops
Video recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
United Kingdom
20
Participants
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United Kingdom: 24 entries
New Eelam
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
New Eelam, by Christopher Kulendran Thomas (London) in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann (Berlin), is a long-term artwork in the form of a start-up—a real-estate technology company founded by the artist to develop a flexible, global housing subscription that aims to make homes as streamable as music or movies. Based on collective co-ownership rather than private property, it aims to rewire property relations through the luxury of communalism rather than of individual ownership.
Participants: Helena Westerlind (SE), Jennifer Mack, Hugo Palmarola (CL), Roland Paulsen (SE), Christopher Kulendran Thomas (GB), Annika Kuhlmann (DE), Erik Stenberg (SE), James Holston (US)
Aimée Zito Lema. 13 Shots
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The work of Aimée Zito Lema (Amsterdam, 1982) addresses the dynamics between individual and collective memory, with a particular focus on the recording and intergenerational transmission of events, both through material history and through the human body as a mnemonic repository. Placing aesthetic and social practices side by side, her work inhabits a world of critical interaction between the material and the human.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Luísa Santos (PT), Daniela Agostinho (PT), Ana Cachola (PT), Joana Rafaela Fernandes Ferreira (PT), Sara Ferreira Miranda (PT), Aimée Zito Lema (NL), Liliana Nascimento Santos (PT), Jessica Nascimento Gomes Varela (PT), Inês Veiga Pereira (PT), Gesica Quinalau (PT), Germen Quinalau (PT), Edgar Veiga Gomes (PT), Bruna Diana Vaz Fortes (PT), Beatriz Pereira Teixeira (PT), Anabela Rodrigues (PT), Rosa Maria Lopes (PT), Marta Teixeira da Silva (PT), Behnam Bornak (IR), Manuel Pinho Braga (PT), José Maria Vieira Mendes (PT), Tito Pires (PT), Filipe Otero Pureza (PT), Leonie Davidson (GB)
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie
Film Programme
With Eric Baudelaire, Chto Delat and the Otolith Group, curated by Azar Mahmoudian At Tensta Konsthall 29 May-14 June 2018
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Eric Baudelaire (US), Chto Delat (What is to be done?) (RU), The Otolith Group (GB)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion
Workshops
This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion This two-day workshop events asks to what extent art can affect change when addressing issues of migration, displacement, and access.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Conviviality and the Institutional
Conferences
Conviviality and the Institutional is a two-day conference in the frame of 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, a cooperation project supported by the European Commission in the frame of Creative Europe - Culture Sub-programme. Coordinated by the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 4Cs aims to explore how art and culture can constitute powerful resources to address the subject of conflict.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Katerina Gregos (GR), Ariel Caine (IL), Ilya Budraitskis (RU), Luísa Santos (PT), Nina Power (GB), Michaela Crimmin (GB), João Ribas (PT), Miguel Amado (PT), Jonas Staal (NL), Pedro Calado (PT), Pedro Gadanho (PT)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Recordings
Workshops
Audio recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Videos
Workshops
Video recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
NINA FRASER
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Nina Fraser (GB)
ELIZABETH LANGFORD
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Elizabeth Langford (GB)
VICTORIA PAGE
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Victoria Page (GB)
Passage Projects
Conferences
Passage Projects is a conference in three parts reflecting on collectivity, translocal connections and situated knowledge. The conference takes its starting point from Taxingeplan, just outside Tensta konsthall.
Participants: Ângela Ferreira (MZ), Kvinnors byggforum (SE), k.ö.k (kvinnor önskar kollektivitet) (SE), Santiago Cirugeda Parejo (ES), Blanca Pujals (ES), Lily Hall (GB), Bella Rune (SE)
Masterclass - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Ben Cranfield, Laura Vallés Vílchez, Dr Peter Oakley
Summer School
Masterclass - Ben Cranfield, Laura Vallés Vílchez, Dr Peter Oakley - Conditions of Entry
Participants: Peter Oakley (GB), Ben Cranfield (GB), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Nosferasta: The Book
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Marking the first UK commission by Brooklyn-based filmmakers Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer in collaboration with Oba, Gasworks has published a 176-page book that explores the ever-expanding vampiric universe of Nosferasta.
Participants: Peggy Ahwesh (US), Lou Cornum (US), Alex Esco (US), Sabel Gavaldon, Mutabaruka (JM), Austin Sley Julian (US), Virgil b/g Taylor (US), Peter Oakley (GB), Bayley Sweitzer (US), Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Guadeloupe
1
Participant
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Guadeloupe: 4 entries
Celebrating crafts for social change
Mediation Labs
4Cs Mediation Lab, ‘Celebrating crafts for social change’ will be ENSAD’s action within 4Cs 2018-19. It is a workshop and class that offers students to co-create a pedagogic service of know-how transmission.
Participants: Bassam Salwkha (SY), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Karim Ruhullah (AF), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Alice Peinado (IT), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Alexia Venot (FR)
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Infinite Creativity for a Finite World
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
More than just an exhibition, ExpoAction offers visitors the opportunity to plunge into the heart of a plurality of actions in progress carried out by a new generation of designers committed over the long term to the valorisation of collective creative impulses, to reveal the power of social bonds.
Participants: Hamedine Kane (MR), Anne Fischer (FR), Pantopicon (BE), Tōraki, Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Atelier 21 (FR), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Alexia Venot (FR), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Nicolas Verschaeve (BE), Andrea de Chirico (IT), Fleur Moreau (FR), Phi Lou-van, Quentin Poudollec, Samer Selbak, Adèle Jacquier (FR), Adélia Bellier (FR), Adrien Buyukodabas (FR), Antoine Behagel (FR), Antoine Tour (FR), David Schroeder, Judith Zantain, Lily Saillant, Lorenzo Oliva, Marianna Faleri, Pauline Aubry, Pauline Landrieu, Philomène Robert, Séverine Luxerrois, Marginal Studio (IT), STU-DIO (FR), Caroline Grellier (FR), Talking Hands (IT), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), POLIMI DESIS Lab (IT), Orizzontale (IT), Vera Dubost, Wilfried Becret, Zoé Arnaud
Cultivating Conviviality
Workshops
The workshop “Cultivating Conviviality” aims to show the importance of understanding and integrating the social, political and cultural issues of the present and past migrations in solving conflict situations by applying design methodologies. More specifically, the objective of the workshop is that of co-creating new tools of conviviality that will allow society as a whole, to improve “togetherness” by highlighting specific knowhows of migrants, or “expert newcomers” as we decided to name them. These tools are the results of different problematics that link each specific context and territory, to food and culture.
Participants: Eve Lerouge (FR), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Khaled Kaka (SY), Alice Peinado (IT), Sofia Djenna, Eddy Terki (FR), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Inès Mesmar (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Sebastian Däschle (DE), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Sobi Pillai (IN), Chloé Heslon (FR), Pauline Doneda (FR), Alexandra Piat (FR), Camillle Lugand, Léo Sibertin-Blanc (FR), Zazie Brosse (FR)
Greece
2
Participants
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Greece: 2 entries
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
Conviviality and the Institutional
Conferences
Conviviality and the Institutional is a two-day conference in the frame of 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, a cooperation project supported by the European Commission in the frame of Creative Europe - Culture Sub-programme. Coordinated by the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 4Cs aims to explore how art and culture can constitute powerful resources to address the subject of conflict.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Katerina Gregos (GR), Ariel Caine (IL), Ilya Budraitskis (RU), Luísa Santos (PT), Nina Power (GB), Michaela Crimmin (GB), João Ribas (PT), Miguel Amado (PT), Jonas Staal (NL), Pedro Calado (PT), Pedro Gadanho (PT)
Haiti
1
Participant
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Haiti: 1 entry
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
Hungary
1
Participant
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Hungary: 3 entries
Portions of Share
Mediation Labs
"Portions of Share" is the first moment of Lisbon's Mediation Lab.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Videos
Mediation Labs
Two videos of RitaGT and Sunshine Socialist Cinema presentations. Recorded by Linda Koncz.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Israel
4
Participants
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Israel: 9 entries
Modalities and Initiatives of Repair, Restitution and Reparation
Conferences
Public institutions such as libraries, museums and archives consist of a huge amount of plundered material and are organized around imperial structures that facilitate the normalization of these holdings in these institutions. Based on this assumption the seminar aims to provide a framework for discussion of transformative potentialities of imperial collections and different modalities of undoing its legacies.
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL), Susan Meiselas (US), Kader Attia (FR), Françoise Vergès (FR), Hagar Ophir (IL)
Ariella Aïsha Azoulay. Errata
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Errata consists of a series of ‘rehearsals’ in non-imperial modes of archival literacy. Photography is being used here as part of a ‘potential history’, a way of unlearning the imperial habits and gestures through which citizens of differentially ruled body politics have been trained to inhabit the privileged position of experts – in photography, art, politics and human rights discourse – and explore the plight of others, congealed in objects, books and documents, while those others with whom they share the world are forced to endure secondary and subservient roles.
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL)
Conviviality and the Institutional
Conferences
Conviviality and the Institutional is a two-day conference in the frame of 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, a cooperation project supported by the European Commission in the frame of Creative Europe - Culture Sub-programme. Coordinated by the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 4Cs aims to explore how art and culture can constitute powerful resources to address the subject of conflict.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Katerina Gregos (GR), Ariel Caine (IL), Ilya Budraitskis (RU), Luísa Santos (PT), Nina Power (GB), Michaela Crimmin (GB), João Ribas (PT), Miguel Amado (PT), Jonas Staal (NL), Pedro Calado (PT), Pedro Gadanho (PT)
Ariella Azoulay: Looting, Destruction, Photography and Museums: the Imperial Origins of Democracy
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Lecture organised on the occasion of Ariella Azoulay's visit to Barcelona to prepare the next exhibition at Fundació Antoni Tàpies - Erratum (October 2019)
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Presentation of the Keynote Speakers
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Ariella Azoulay (IL), Djamila Ribeiro (BR), Filipa Lowndes Vicente (PT), Kathy-Ann Tan, Nav Haq, Otobong Nkanga (NG), Vyjayanthi Venuturupalli Rao, António Sousa Ribeiro (PT)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Nithya Iyer, Jad Khairallah, and Zohar Iancu
Summer School
Cultural Program - Nithya Iyer, Jad Khairallah, and Zohar Iancu - Alternative knowledge in the making: An experimental dialogue between academic research and artistic investigation
Participants: Zohar Iancu (IL), Jad Khairallah (LB), Nithya Iyer (AU)
Open call for contributions for Ariella Azoulay's keynote lecture in the upcoming Summer School
Summer School
Open call for contributions for Ariella Azoulay's keynote lecture in the upcoming Summer School. We look forward to receiving your contributions! All contributions - from participants and non-participants in the Summer School - welcome.
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Ariella Aïsha Azoulay
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Ariella Aïsha Azoulay - Modernity is an Imperial Crime
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL)
India
3
Participants
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India: 8 entries
Cultivating Conviviality
Workshops
The workshop “Cultivating Conviviality” aims to show the importance of understanding and integrating the social, political and cultural issues of the present and past migrations in solving conflict situations by applying design methodologies. More specifically, the objective of the workshop is that of co-creating new tools of conviviality that will allow society as a whole, to improve “togetherness” by highlighting specific knowhows of migrants, or “expert newcomers” as we decided to name them. These tools are the results of different problematics that link each specific context and territory, to food and culture.
Participants: Eve Lerouge (FR), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Khaled Kaka (SY), Alice Peinado (IT), Sofia Djenna, Eddy Terki (FR), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Inès Mesmar (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Sebastian Däschle (DE), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Sobi Pillai (IN), Chloé Heslon (FR), Pauline Doneda (FR), Alexandra Piat (FR), Camillle Lugand, Léo Sibertin-Blanc (FR), Zazie Brosse (FR)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo, Davide Tarragoni, Duarte Laranjo, Ilaria Sponda, Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat
Summer School
Cultural Program - Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo, Davide Tarragoni, Duarte Laranjo, Ilaria Sponda, Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat - Homeostatic. A Collaborative Performance
Participants: Ilaria Sponda (IT), Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo (PH), Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat (IN), Duarte Laranjo, Davide Tarragoni
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Iraq
2
Participants
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Iraq: 2 entries
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Iran
9
Participants
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Iran: 21 entries
Aimée Zito Lema. 13 Shots
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The work of Aimée Zito Lema (Amsterdam, 1982) addresses the dynamics between individual and collective memory, with a particular focus on the recording and intergenerational transmission of events, both through material history and through the human body as a mnemonic repository. Placing aesthetic and social practices side by side, her work inhabits a world of critical interaction between the material and the human.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Luísa Santos (PT), Daniela Agostinho (PT), Ana Cachola (PT), Joana Rafaela Fernandes Ferreira (PT), Sara Ferreira Miranda (PT), Aimée Zito Lema (NL), Liliana Nascimento Santos (PT), Jessica Nascimento Gomes Varela (PT), Inês Veiga Pereira (PT), Gesica Quinalau (PT), Germen Quinalau (PT), Edgar Veiga Gomes (PT), Bruna Diana Vaz Fortes (PT), Beatriz Pereira Teixeira (PT), Anabela Rodrigues (PT), Rosa Maria Lopes (PT), Marta Teixeira da Silva (PT), Behnam Bornak (IR), Manuel Pinho Braga (PT), José Maria Vieira Mendes (PT), Tito Pires (PT), Filipe Otero Pureza (PT), Leonie Davidson (GB)
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie - Lisbon
Film Programme
With Katarina Zdjelar, Mary Jirmanus Saba, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz and Coco Fusco at MAAT and Rua das Gaivotas 6.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Coco Fusco (US), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Katarina Zdjelar (RS), Mary Jirmanus Saba (LB)
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie
Film Programme
With Eric Baudelaire, Chto Delat and the Otolith Group, curated by Azar Mahmoudian At Tensta Konsthall 29 May-14 June 2018
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Eric Baudelaire (US), Chto Delat (What is to be done?) (RU), The Otolith Group (GB)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Sensible Grounds: Thinking outside of the white box
Film Programme
"Thinking outside of the white box" is the Berlin manifestation of a "Conference in Shards" by Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri which is taking place in the framework of "Sensible Grounds" – a multi-chapter program of moving image practices curated by Azar Mahmoudian.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Begonia Santa-Cecilia, Luis Moreno-Caballud, Nazan Üstündağ (TR), Hamit Bozarslan (TR), Peter Makhlouf, Rolando Vázquez, Walter Mignolo (AR)
Sensible Grounds: That’s How We Undo It
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: That’s How We Undo It" at LUX, London. Screening series of cinema-gestures by Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri, curated by Azar Mahmoudian as part of the multi-chapter program of moving image practices, Sensible Grounds.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Sensible Grounds: Inhale
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: Inhale" at Fundació Antoni Tàpies. "Inhale" (2016-2021) is an archive of fictional narratives and sounds that trace opium smoke in the junction of writing and breath. The narratives are written passages that chronicle instances of opium use in Iranian modern and contemporary novels and short stories from the last and present centuries.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Nasrin Tabatabai (IR), Babak Afrassiabi (IR)
Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic" displays sculptural installations, archival material, and films that employ fiction, as well as those which do away with images entirely. This collection of moving image practices contemplate historical capacities of cinematic space as a medium of testament, as well as being a physical and mental environment: a refuge, a holding place, with an unsettling gravity to enact, unblock and care for forms of sociality.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), NSRD (LV), Clarissa Thieme (DE), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Wendelien van Oldenborgh (NL)
Sensible Grounds: Communities of Oblivion
Film Programme
"Communities of Oblivion" is part of the multi-chapter pro­gram of moving image prac­tices, "Sensible Grounds", curated by Azar Mahmoudian. The pro­gram con­tem­plates his­tor­ical capac­i­ties of the cin­e­matic space as phys­ical and mental envi­ron­ments, in cre­ating forms of sociality, through double acts of bearing wit­ness and re-visioning worlds
Participants: Françoise Vergès (FR), Gérard Der Haroutiounian, Raymond Kévorkian (AM), Mélanie Nittis, Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR)
Artistic Residency - Rouzbeh Akhbari
Residencies
Rouzbeh Akhbari will be the artist in residency at the 4Cs second residency in Lisbon.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Rouzbeh Akhbari (IR)
Film Programme Lisbon - Not a Pillar Not a Pile (Dance for Dore Hoyer) - Katarina Zdjelar
Film Programme
Recordings of "Not a Pillar not a Pile (Dance for Dore Hoyer)". Katarina Zdjelar's video installation at MAAT. Part of the Lisbon Film Programme curated by Azar Mahmoudian.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Katarina Zdjelar (RS)
Rouzbeh Akhbari: Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
"Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa" is a solo exhibition by Rouzbeh Akhbari (1992, Tehran). Part of a multifaceted research project titled "Tales from the Garden of Zār", this exhibition unfolds in various formal and conceptual layers. The exhibition is curated by Luísa Santos and Ana Fabíola Maurício.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Rouzbeh Akhbari (IR)
Rouzbeh Akhbari: Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa | Photos of the exhibition and a video-guided tour
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Photos a video-guided tour of the exhibition "Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa", a solo exhibition by Rouzbeh Akhbari
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Rouzbeh Akhbari (IR)
Italy
22
Participants
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Italy: 37 entries
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Celebrating crafts for social change
Mediation Labs
4Cs Mediation Lab, ‘Celebrating crafts for social change’ will be ENSAD’s action within 4Cs 2018-19. It is a workshop and class that offers students to co-create a pedagogic service of know-how transmission.
Participants: Bassam Salwkha (SY), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Karim Ruhullah (AF), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Alice Peinado (IT), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Alexia Venot (FR)
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Infinite Creativity for a Finite World
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
More than just an exhibition, ExpoAction offers visitors the opportunity to plunge into the heart of a plurality of actions in progress carried out by a new generation of designers committed over the long term to the valorisation of collective creative impulses, to reveal the power of social bonds.
Participants: Hamedine Kane (MR), Anne Fischer (FR), Pantopicon (BE), Tōraki, Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Atelier 21 (FR), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Alexia Venot (FR), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Nicolas Verschaeve (BE), Andrea de Chirico (IT), Fleur Moreau (FR), Phi Lou-van, Quentin Poudollec, Samer Selbak, Adèle Jacquier (FR), Adélia Bellier (FR), Adrien Buyukodabas (FR), Antoine Behagel (FR), Antoine Tour (FR), David Schroeder, Judith Zantain, Lily Saillant, Lorenzo Oliva, Marianna Faleri, Pauline Aubry, Pauline Landrieu, Philomène Robert, Séverine Luxerrois, Marginal Studio (IT), STU-DIO (FR), Caroline Grellier (FR), Talking Hands (IT), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), POLIMI DESIS Lab (IT), Orizzontale (IT), Vera Dubost, Wilfried Becret, Zoé Arnaud
Cultivating Conviviality
Workshops
The workshop “Cultivating Conviviality” aims to show the importance of understanding and integrating the social, political and cultural issues of the present and past migrations in solving conflict situations by applying design methodologies. More specifically, the objective of the workshop is that of co-creating new tools of conviviality that will allow society as a whole, to improve “togetherness” by highlighting specific knowhows of migrants, or “expert newcomers” as we decided to name them. These tools are the results of different problematics that link each specific context and territory, to food and culture.
Participants: Eve Lerouge (FR), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Khaled Kaka (SY), Alice Peinado (IT), Sofia Djenna, Eddy Terki (FR), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Inès Mesmar (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Sebastian Däschle (DE), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Sobi Pillai (IN), Chloé Heslon (FR), Pauline Doneda (FR), Alexandra Piat (FR), Camillle Lugand, Léo Sibertin-Blanc (FR), Zazie Brosse (FR)
Portions of Share
Mediation Labs
"Portions of Share" is the first moment of Lisbon's Mediation Lab.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Videos
Mediation Labs
Two videos of RitaGT and Sunshine Socialist Cinema presentations. Recorded by Linda Koncz.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
ILARIA SPONDA
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Ilaria Sponda (IT)
FEDERICO CASTOLDI
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Federico Castoldi (IT)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo, Davide Tarragoni, Duarte Laranjo, Ilaria Sponda, Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat
Summer School
Cultural Program - Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo, Davide Tarragoni, Duarte Laranjo, Ilaria Sponda, Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat - Homeostatic. A Collaborative Performance
Participants: Ilaria Sponda (IT), Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo (PH), Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat (IN), Duarte Laranjo, Davide Tarragoni
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - ENSAD
Summer School
Cultural Program - ENSAD - Infinite Creativity for a Finite World, a retrospective
Participants: Anna Bernagozzi (IT)
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Jamaica
2
Participants
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Jamaica: 2 entries
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
Nosferasta: The Book
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Marking the first UK commission by Brooklyn-based filmmakers Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer in collaboration with Oba, Gasworks has published a 176-page book that explores the ever-expanding vampiric universe of Nosferasta.
Participants: Peggy Ahwesh (US), Lou Cornum (US), Alex Esco (US), Sabel Gavaldon, Mutabaruka (JM), Austin Sley Julian (US), Virgil b/g Taylor (US), Peter Oakley (GB), Bayley Sweitzer (US), Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
South Korea
1
Participant
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South Korea: 7 entries
Jane Jin Kaisen: A Conversation on Multi-Voiced Feminist Works
Arts Lab
Arts Lab is a transdiciplinary research platform that joins artists and cultural producers with researchers of the Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultura da Faculdade de Ciências Humanas da Universidade Católica Portuguesa (CECC, FCH-UCP), the Campus Cultura, and the MA and PhD Students of The Lisbon Consortium.
Participants: Isabel Capeloa Gil (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Alexandra Lopes (PT), Paulo de Campos Pinto (PT), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR)
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Lebanon
3
Participants
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Lebanon: 3 entries
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie - Lisbon
Film Programme
With Katarina Zdjelar, Mary Jirmanus Saba, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz and Coco Fusco at MAAT and Rua das Gaivotas 6.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Coco Fusco (US), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Katarina Zdjelar (RS), Mary Jirmanus Saba (LB)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Nithya Iyer, Jad Khairallah, and Zohar Iancu
Summer School
Cultural Program - Nithya Iyer, Jad Khairallah, and Zohar Iancu - Alternative knowledge in the making: An experimental dialogue between academic research and artistic investigation
Participants: Zohar Iancu (IL), Jad Khairallah (LB), Nithya Iyer (AU)
Lithuania
5
Participants
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Lithuania: 7 entries
Research Residency - Vasilijus Safronovas
Residencies
NAC is collaborating with Dr. Vasilijus Safronovas – a researcher from the Institute of Baltic Region History and Archaeology of Klaipėda University – to do a survey (historical data, visual material) on emigration and immigration to the peninsula after WW II.
Participants: Vasilijus Safronovas (LT)
Dwelling on the Threshold
Workshops
Dwelling on the Threshold is a three-day workshop at Nida Art Colony exploring the potential of spaces of passage, flux and fluidity.
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Kristina Norman (EE), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Candice Hopkins (CA), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Joanna Warsza (PL)
The Spectral Forest
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The exhibition The Spectral Forest presents newly commissioned and existing works by eight international contemporary artists. Departing from the history of deforestation and afforestation, and displacement and resettlement, on the Curonian Spit, as well as the significance of the sacred groves in the Baltic region, the exhibition is conceived as a promenade through an enchanted forest. The exhibition is curated by Rado Ištok.
Participants: Radoslav Ištok (SK), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Mark Ther (CZ), Susanna Jablonski (SE), Jin Mustafa (SE), Santiago Mostyn (SE), Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Paul Maheke (FR), Ieva Rojūtė (LT)
Research and Artistic Residency Nida Art Colony
Residencies
Between September and October of 2019 Paul Maheke, Eglė Budvytytė, Jin Mustafa, Elin Már Øyen Vister and Mark Ther will spend two months at a residency at Nida Art Colony.  
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Mark Ther (CZ), Jin Mustafa (SE), Paul Maheke (FR), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO)
Artistic Residency - Saulius Leonavičius in MASS Alexandria
Residencies
Lithuanian artist Saulius Leonavičius residency exchange with MASS Alexandria in Egypt.
Participants: Saulius Leonavičius (LT)
Artistic Residency - Laima Kreivytė
Residencies
Lithuanian artist Laima Kreivytė residency in Egypt.
Participants: Laima Kreivytė (LT)
Latvia
1
Participant
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Latvia: 2 entries
Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic" displays sculptural installations, archival material, and films that employ fiction, as well as those which do away with images entirely. This collection of moving image practices contemplate historical capacities of cinematic space as a medium of testament, as well as being a physical and mental environment: a refuge, a holding place, with an unsettling gravity to enact, unblock and care for forms of sociality.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), NSRD (LV), Clarissa Thieme (DE), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Wendelien van Oldenborgh (NL)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Vilnius Academy of Arts
Summer School
Cultural Program - Vilnius Academy of Arts - The Spectral Forest and Neringa Forest Architecture
Participants: Radoslav Ištok (SK), Egija Inzule (LV), Jonas Žukauskas, Jurga Daubaraitė
Morocco
1
Participant
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Morocco: 3 entries
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion
Workshops
This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion This two-day workshop events asks to what extent art can affect change when addressing issues of migration, displacement, and access.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Recordings
Workshops
Audio recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Videos
Workshops
Video recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
Mauritania
1
Participant
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Mauritania: 1 entry
Infinite Creativity for a Finite World
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
More than just an exhibition, ExpoAction offers visitors the opportunity to plunge into the heart of a plurality of actions in progress carried out by a new generation of designers committed over the long term to the valorisation of collective creative impulses, to reveal the power of social bonds.
Participants: Hamedine Kane (MR), Anne Fischer (FR), Pantopicon (BE), Tōraki, Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Atelier 21 (FR), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Alexia Venot (FR), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Nicolas Verschaeve (BE), Andrea de Chirico (IT), Fleur Moreau (FR), Phi Lou-van, Quentin Poudollec, Samer Selbak, Adèle Jacquier (FR), Adélia Bellier (FR), Adrien Buyukodabas (FR), Antoine Behagel (FR), Antoine Tour (FR), David Schroeder, Judith Zantain, Lily Saillant, Lorenzo Oliva, Marianna Faleri, Pauline Aubry, Pauline Landrieu, Philomène Robert, Séverine Luxerrois, Marginal Studio (IT), STU-DIO (FR), Caroline Grellier (FR), Talking Hands (IT), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), POLIMI DESIS Lab (IT), Orizzontale (IT), Vera Dubost, Wilfried Becret, Zoé Arnaud
Mozambique
1
Participant
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Mozambique: 2 entries
Talk Tower for Forough Farrokhzad (2020)
Mediation Labs
"Talk Tower for Forough Farrokhzad" (2020) was designed for broadcasting poetry, as a homage to the Iranian poet and filmmaker Forough Farrokhzad (1934-1967). The work combines Ângela Ferreira’s concerns with the material consequences of modernism and how those forms evolve and change as they travel through the world. "Talk Tower for Forough Farrokhzad" is a work produced in the frame of the 4Cs Lisbon Mediation Lab.
Participants: Ângela Ferreira (MZ)
Passage Projects
Conferences
Passage Projects is a conference in three parts reflecting on collectivity, translocal connections and situated knowledge. The conference takes its starting point from Taxingeplan, just outside Tensta konsthall.
Participants: Ângela Ferreira (MZ), Kvinnors byggforum (SE), k.ö.k (kvinnor önskar kollektivitet) (SE), Santiago Cirugeda Parejo (ES), Blanca Pujals (ES), Lily Hall (GB), Bella Rune (SE)
Nigeria
4
Participants
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Nigeria: 4 entries
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Presentation of the Keynote Speakers
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Ariella Azoulay (IL), Djamila Ribeiro (BR), Filipa Lowndes Vicente (PT), Kathy-Ann Tan, Nav Haq, Otobong Nkanga (NG), Vyjayanthi Venuturupalli Rao, António Sousa Ribeiro (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Otobong Nkanga
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Otobong Nkanga - Entangled geographies – Carved to Flow
Participants: Otobong Nkanga (NG)
Netherlands
7
Participants
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Netherlands: 7 entries
Artistic Residency - Aimée Zito Lema
Residencies
During her month-long residency at Rua das Gaivotas 6, Aimée Zito Lema (n. 1982, NL) has developed research on memory and the intergenerational transmission of events through material history and the human body.
Participants: Jori Collignon (NL), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Pedro Zegre Penim (PT), Isabel Carlos (PT), Aimée Zito Lema (NL), Anabela Rodrigues (PT), Cristina Correia (PT)
Aimée Zito Lema. 13 Shots
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The work of Aimée Zito Lema (Amsterdam, 1982) addresses the dynamics between individual and collective memory, with a particular focus on the recording and intergenerational transmission of events, both through material history and through the human body as a mnemonic repository. Placing aesthetic and social practices side by side, her work inhabits a world of critical interaction between the material and the human.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Luísa Santos (PT), Daniela Agostinho (PT), Ana Cachola (PT), Joana Rafaela Fernandes Ferreira (PT), Sara Ferreira Miranda (PT), Aimée Zito Lema (NL), Liliana Nascimento Santos (PT), Jessica Nascimento Gomes Varela (PT), Inês Veiga Pereira (PT), Gesica Quinalau (PT), Germen Quinalau (PT), Edgar Veiga Gomes (PT), Bruna Diana Vaz Fortes (PT), Beatriz Pereira Teixeira (PT), Anabela Rodrigues (PT), Rosa Maria Lopes (PT), Marta Teixeira da Silva (PT), Behnam Bornak (IR), Manuel Pinho Braga (PT), José Maria Vieira Mendes (PT), Tito Pires (PT), Filipe Otero Pureza (PT), Leonie Davidson (GB)
Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic" displays sculptural installations, archival material, and films that employ fiction, as well as those which do away with images entirely. This collection of moving image practices contemplate historical capacities of cinematic space as a medium of testament, as well as being a physical and mental environment: a refuge, a holding place, with an unsettling gravity to enact, unblock and care for forms of sociality.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), NSRD (LV), Clarissa Thieme (DE), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Wendelien van Oldenborgh (NL)
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Conviviality and the Institutional
Conferences
Conviviality and the Institutional is a two-day conference in the frame of 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, a cooperation project supported by the European Commission in the frame of Creative Europe - Culture Sub-programme. Coordinated by the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 4Cs aims to explore how art and culture can constitute powerful resources to address the subject of conflict.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Katerina Gregos (GR), Ariel Caine (IL), Ilya Budraitskis (RU), Luísa Santos (PT), Nina Power (GB), Michaela Crimmin (GB), João Ribas (PT), Miguel Amado (PT), Jonas Staal (NL), Pedro Calado (PT), Pedro Gadanho (PT)
REINIER SIKKENS
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Reinier Sikkens (NL)
Norway
2
Participants
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Norway: 3 entries
Dwelling on the Threshold
Workshops
Dwelling on the Threshold is a three-day workshop at Nida Art Colony exploring the potential of spaces of passage, flux and fluidity.
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Kristina Norman (EE), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Candice Hopkins (CA), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Joanna Warsza (PL)
The Spectral Forest
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The exhibition The Spectral Forest presents newly commissioned and existing works by eight international contemporary artists. Departing from the history of deforestation and afforestation, and displacement and resettlement, on the Curonian Spit, as well as the significance of the sacred groves in the Baltic region, the exhibition is conceived as a promenade through an enchanted forest. The exhibition is curated by Rado Ištok.
Participants: Radoslav Ištok (SK), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Mark Ther (CZ), Susanna Jablonski (SE), Jin Mustafa (SE), Santiago Mostyn (SE), Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Paul Maheke (FR), Ieva Rojūtė (LT)
Research and Artistic Residency Nida Art Colony
Residencies
Between September and October of 2019 Paul Maheke, Eglė Budvytytė, Jin Mustafa, Elin Már Øyen Vister and Mark Ther will spend two months at a residency at Nida Art Colony.  
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Mark Ther (CZ), Jin Mustafa (SE), Paul Maheke (FR), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO)
Panama
1
Participant
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Panama: 6 entries
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Peru
2
Participants
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Peru: 3 entries
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion
Workshops
This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion This two-day workshop events asks to what extent art can affect change when addressing issues of migration, displacement, and access.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Recordings
Workshops
Audio recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
This is no Longer That Place: A Public Discussion - Videos
Workshops
Video recordings from "This Is No Longer That Place: A Public Discussion" - March 2019.
Participants: Gurminder K. Bhambra (GB), Bouchra Khalili (MA), Natasha Marie Llorens (FR), Michaela Crimmin (GB), Daniela Ortiz (PE), Alicia Chillida (ES), Kathrin Böhm (DE), Dámaso Randulfe, Ane Rodriguez Armendariz (ES), Justinien Tribillon, Oliver Ressler (AT), Yaiza Hernández Velázquez, Elvira Dyangani Ose (ES)
Philippines
1
Participant
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Philippines: 1 entry
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo, Davide Tarragoni, Duarte Laranjo, Ilaria Sponda, Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat
Summer School
Cultural Program - Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo, Davide Tarragoni, Duarte Laranjo, Ilaria Sponda, Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat - Homeostatic. A Collaborative Performance
Participants: Ilaria Sponda (IT), Brian Jay de Lima Ambulo (PH), Jacopo Stofler, Megha Shekhawat (IN), Duarte Laranjo, Davide Tarragoni
Poland
2
Participants
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Poland: 1 entry
Dwelling on the Threshold
Workshops
Dwelling on the Threshold is a three-day workshop at Nida Art Colony exploring the potential of spaces of passage, flux and fluidity.
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Kristina Norman (EE), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Candice Hopkins (CA), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Joanna Warsza (PL)
Puerto Rico
1
Participant
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Puerto Rico: 2 entries
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie - Lisbon
Film Programme
With Katarina Zdjelar, Mary Jirmanus Saba, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz and Coco Fusco at MAAT and Rua das Gaivotas 6.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Coco Fusco (US), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Katarina Zdjelar (RS), Mary Jirmanus Saba (LB)
Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic" displays sculptural installations, archival material, and films that employ fiction, as well as those which do away with images entirely. This collection of moving image practices contemplate historical capacities of cinematic space as a medium of testament, as well as being a physical and mental environment: a refuge, a holding place, with an unsettling gravity to enact, unblock and care for forms of sociality.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), NSRD (LV), Clarissa Thieme (DE), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Wendelien van Oldenborgh (NL)
Palestine
2
Participants
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Palestine: 5 entries
Sensible Grounds: Thinking outside of the white box
Film Programme
"Thinking outside of the white box" is the Berlin manifestation of a "Conference in Shards" by Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri which is taking place in the framework of "Sensible Grounds" – a multi-chapter program of moving image practices curated by Azar Mahmoudian.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Begonia Santa-Cecilia, Luis Moreno-Caballud, Nazan Üstündağ (TR), Hamit Bozarslan (TR), Peter Makhlouf, Rolando Vázquez, Walter Mignolo (AR)
Sensible Grounds: That’s How We Undo It
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: That’s How We Undo It" at LUX, London. Screening series of cinema-gestures by Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri, curated by Azar Mahmoudian as part of the multi-chapter program of moving image practices, Sensible Grounds.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic
Film Programme
"Sensible Grounds: Tuning into the Rhythms of the Chronic" displays sculptural installations, archival material, and films that employ fiction, as well as those which do away with images entirely. This collection of moving image practices contemplate historical capacities of cinematic space as a medium of testament, as well as being a physical and mental environment: a refuge, a holding place, with an unsettling gravity to enact, unblock and care for forms of sociality.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), NSRD (LV), Clarissa Thieme (DE), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Wendelien van Oldenborgh (NL)
Sensible Grounds: Communities of Oblivion
Film Programme
"Communities of Oblivion" is part of the multi-chapter pro­gram of moving image prac­tices, "Sensible Grounds", curated by Azar Mahmoudian. The pro­gram con­tem­plates his­tor­ical capac­i­ties of the cin­e­matic space as phys­ical and mental envi­ron­ments, in cre­ating forms of sociality, through double acts of bearing wit­ness and re-visioning worlds
Participants: Françoise Vergès (FR), Gérard Der Haroutiounian, Raymond Kévorkian (AM), Mélanie Nittis, Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR)
Research Residency - Noor Abuarafeh
Residencies
For the UK residency, the Royal College of Art has partnered with Delfina Foundation to provide an opportunity for an artist who is interested in working with people in the context of cultural intolerance and those who feel marginalised in London. The aim is to facilitate a close interaction with communities and audiences who are not usually engaged with the existing cultural offer and do not have a voice in it.
Participants: Hena Lee (BR), Noor Abuarafeh (PS)
Portugal
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Participants
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Portugal: 141 entries
Rouzbeh Akhbari: Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa | Photos of the exhibition and a video-guided tour
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Photos a video-guided tour of the exhibition "Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa", a solo exhibition by Rouzbeh Akhbari
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Rouzbeh Akhbari (IR)
MIGUEL MESQUITA
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Miguel Mesquita (PT)
MARIANA ABRANTES
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Mariana Abrantes (PT)
Conviviality and the Institutional
Conferences
Conviviality and the Institutional is a two-day conference in the frame of 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, a cooperation project supported by the European Commission in the frame of Creative Europe - Culture Sub-programme. Coordinated by the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 4Cs aims to explore how art and culture can constitute powerful resources to address the subject of conflict.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Katerina Gregos (GR), Ariel Caine (IL), Ilya Budraitskis (RU), Luísa Santos (PT), Nina Power (GB), Michaela Crimmin (GB), João Ribas (PT), Miguel Amado (PT), Jonas Staal (NL), Pedro Calado (PT), Pedro Gadanho (PT)
(para)sites | Rita Senra – A Parasite at the table
Arts Lab
Rita Senra's work is particularly identified by the bold choice of using very fragile materials. Paper is the medium that she most uses. Her artistic and aesthetic options often follow a path that redoes that same fragility: sometimes she sews, sometimes she glues, sometimes she composes a structure and another to attempt at turning the work firmer, stronger, and resistant.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
Libertas. Da condição de pessoa livre - Vasco Araújo
Mediation Labs
"Libertas. Da condição de pessoa livre" was the opening performance of "Vasco Araújo. A Moment Apart" at MAAT. The performance is one of the moments of the 4Cs Lisbon Mediation Lab.
Participants: Ivo Mesquita (BR), Ana Cachola (PT), Vasco Araújo (PT), Inês Grosso (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Filipa Lowndes Vicente
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Filipa Lowndes Vicente - Group Exhibitions of women artists: an historical survey between solidarity and resistance (19th-21th century)
Participants: Filipa Lowndes Vicente (PT)
(para)sites | Jane Jin Kaisen – Leave Early and Come Back at Dusk
Arts Lab
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Spanning the mediums of video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Presentation of the Keynote Speakers
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Ariella Azoulay (IL), Djamila Ribeiro (BR), Filipa Lowndes Vicente (PT), Kathy-Ann Tan, Nav Haq, Otobong Nkanga (NG), Vyjayanthi Venuturupalli Rao, António Sousa Ribeiro (PT)
Portions of Share
Mediation Labs
"Portions of Share" is the first moment of Lisbon's Mediation Lab.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Masterclass - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Adriana Martins
Summer School
Masterclass - Adriana Martins - Hip-hop culture, civic imagination and the construction of geographies of proximity in Lisbon
Participants: Adriana Martins (PT)
ANDREIA CÉSAR
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Andreia César (PT)
(para)sites
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Luísa Santos (PT), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Portions of Share Videos
Mediation Labs
Two videos of RitaGT and Sunshine Socialist Cinema presentations. Recorded by Linda Koncz.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
JOANA BARBEDO
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Joana Barbedo (PT)
4Cs Identity Design
Press material
Participants: vivóeusébio (PT)
nanogaleria 2018-20
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The book nanogaleria 2018-2020 will be presented at A Corrente, in Arroios, in Lisbon, on December 20th at 6pm.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), RitaGT (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Nithya Iyer (AU), Ana Margarida Abrantes (PT), Ana Vidigal (PT), Tatiana Macedo (PT), Julia Flamingo (BR), Sofia Steinvorth (DE), Marilá Dardot (BR), Ana Catarina Fragoso (PT), Rodrigo Vila (BR), Maria Trabulo (PT), Alice Geirinhas (PT), Inês Norton (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Luísa Santos
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - Luísa Santos - Calls for (ex)Change: in praise of micro-narratives
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT)
Keynote Speakers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - António Sousa Ribeiro
Summer School
Keynote Speaker - António Sousa Ribeiro - Convivial cultures? On the Conditions of Possibility of a Concrete Utopia
Participants: António Sousa Ribeiro (PT)
SÍLVIA ESCÓRCIO
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Sílvia Escórcio (PT)
RÚBEN VILAS BOAS
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Rúben Vilas Boas (PT)
CLARA ANTUNES
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Clara Antunes (PT)
Jane Jin Kaisen: A Conversation on Multi-Voiced Feminist Works
Arts Lab
Arts Lab is a transdiciplinary research platform that joins artists and cultural producers with researchers of the Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultura da Faculdade de Ciências Humanas da Universidade Católica Portuguesa (CECC, FCH-UCP), the Campus Cultura, and the MA and PhD Students of The Lisbon Consortium.
Participants: Isabel Capeloa Gil (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Alexandra Lopes (PT), Paulo de Campos Pinto (PT), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR)
Artistic Residency - Aimée Zito Lema
Residencies
During her month-long residency at Rua das Gaivotas 6, Aimée Zito Lema (n. 1982, NL) has developed research on memory and the intergenerational transmission of events through material history and the human body.
Participants: Jori Collignon (NL), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Pedro Zegre Penim (PT), Isabel Carlos (PT), Aimée Zito Lema (NL), Anabela Rodrigues (PT), Cristina Correia (PT)
Rouzbeh Akhbari: Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
"Por Ser A Terra Muito Calmosa" is a solo exhibition by Rouzbeh Akhbari (1992, Tehran). Part of a multifaceted research project titled "Tales from the Garden of Zār", this exhibition unfolds in various formal and conceptual layers. The exhibition is curated by Luísa Santos and Ana Fabíola Maurício.
Participants: Luísa Santos (PT), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Rouzbeh Akhbari (IR)
Call for Papers - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture
Summer School
The XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture, under the topic “Convivial Cultures”, is the final public activity of the 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture. 
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Alexandra Lopes (PT), Diana Gonçalves (PT), Paulo de Campos Pinto (PT), Rita Faria (PT), Isabel Capeloa Gil (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Inês Espada Vieira (PT), Ana Cachola (PT), Daniela Agostinho (PT), Adriana Martins (PT), Peter Hanenberg (DE), Ana Fabíola Maurício (PT), Maria Eduarda Duarte (PT)
Artistic Residency - Rouzbeh Akhbari
Residencies
Rouzbeh Akhbari will be the artist in residency at the 4Cs second residency in Lisbon.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Rouzbeh Akhbari (IR)
(para)sites | Michelle Eistrup – Entangled in the Underground
Arts Lab
"Entangled in the Underground", the solo exhibition focuses on her most recent works, pivoting on Western Australia, Eastern Germany, and Denmark. Yet, the questions that arise from them should also be considered and addressed in Portugal. Michelle’s practice questions the multilevel dimension of relations that historically, socially, and individually shape identity and belonging in the context of postcolonial memory.
Participants: Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA), Valerie Rath (AT)
(para)sites | Pedro Vaz – A Natureza do Deslumbre
Arts Lab
Pedro Vaz (Maputo, 1977) lives and works in Lisbon. His artistic work focuses on the research into nature and landscape making use mostly of painting, video, and installation. Personal contact with the place is central to his practice and projects very often include a field tour. 
Participants: Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Rita Senra (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Pedro Vaz (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Laura Ferschl (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Viktoria Lohner, Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Dela Mießen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Juliette Thouin (FR), Valerie Rath (AT), María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
(para)sites | Publications
Arts Lab
(para)sites, a project with Pedro Vaz, Jane Jin Kaisen, Rita Senra, and Michelle Eistrup curated by the MA and PhD students of The Lisbon Consortium of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos.
Participants: Carla Afonso Ganito (PT), Luísa Santos (PT), Federico Rudari (IT), Teresa Pinheiro (PT), Megha Shekhawat (IN), Jane Jin Kaisen (KR), Michelle Eistrup (DK), Pedro Vaz (PT), Rita Senra (PT), Dela Mießen (DE), Francisco Gomes (PT), Galane David (FR), Dora Fernandes (PT), Juliette Thouin (FR), Laura Ferschl (DE), Bibiana Leufgen (DE), Emma Legaye (FR), Rodrigo Marcondes (BR), Valerie Rath (AT), Viktoria Lohner, María Gabriela Sinclair (PA)
Aimée Zito Lema. 13 Shots
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The work of Aimée Zito Lema (Amsterdam, 1982) addresses the dynamics between individual and collective memory, with a particular focus on the recording and intergenerational transmission of events, both through material history and through the human body as a mnemonic repository. Placing aesthetic and social practices side by side, her work inhabits a world of critical interaction between the material and the human.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Luísa Santos (PT), Daniela Agostinho (PT), Ana Cachola (PT), Joana Rafaela Fernandes Ferreira (PT), Sara Ferreira Miranda (PT), Aimée Zito Lema (NL), Liliana Nascimento Santos (PT), Jessica Nascimento Gomes Varela (PT), Inês Veiga Pereira (PT), Gesica Quinalau (PT), Germen Quinalau (PT), Edgar Veiga Gomes (PT), Bruna Diana Vaz Fortes (PT), Beatriz Pereira Teixeira (PT), Anabela Rodrigues (PT), Rosa Maria Lopes (PT), Marta Teixeira da Silva (PT), Behnam Bornak (IR), Manuel Pinho Braga (PT), José Maria Vieira Mendes (PT), Tito Pires (PT), Filipe Otero Pureza (PT), Leonie Davidson (GB)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Romania
2
Participants
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Romania: 1 entry
ANCA USURELU
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Anca Usurelu (RO)
Serbia
1
Participant
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Serbia: 2 entries
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie - Lisbon
Film Programme
With Katarina Zdjelar, Mary Jirmanus Saba, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz and Coco Fusco at MAAT and Rua das Gaivotas 6.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Coco Fusco (US), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Katarina Zdjelar (RS), Mary Jirmanus Saba (LB)
Film Programme Lisbon - Not a Pillar Not a Pile (Dance for Dore Hoyer) - Katarina Zdjelar
Film Programme
Recordings of "Not a Pillar not a Pile (Dance for Dore Hoyer)". Katarina Zdjelar's video installation at MAAT. Part of the Lisbon Film Programme curated by Azar Mahmoudian.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Katarina Zdjelar (RS)
Russia
4
Participants
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Russia: 5 entries
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie
Film Programme
With Eric Baudelaire, Chto Delat and the Otolith Group, curated by Azar Mahmoudian At Tensta Konsthall 29 May-14 June 2018
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Eric Baudelaire (US), Chto Delat (What is to be done?) (RU), The Otolith Group (GB)
Conviviality and the Institutional
Conferences
Conviviality and the Institutional is a two-day conference in the frame of 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, a cooperation project supported by the European Commission in the frame of Creative Europe - Culture Sub-programme. Coordinated by the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 4Cs aims to explore how art and culture can constitute powerful resources to address the subject of conflict.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Katerina Gregos (GR), Ariel Caine (IL), Ilya Budraitskis (RU), Luísa Santos (PT), Nina Power (GB), Michaela Crimmin (GB), João Ribas (PT), Miguel Amado (PT), Jonas Staal (NL), Pedro Calado (PT), Pedro Gadanho (PT)
Portions of Share
Mediation Labs
"Portions of Share" is the first moment of Lisbon's Mediation Lab.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Videos
Mediation Labs
Two videos of RitaGT and Sunshine Socialist Cinema presentations. Recorded by Linda Koncz.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Rwanda
1
Participant
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Rwanda: 2 entries
Residencies - Tensta konsthall 1
Residencies
As part of the EU project 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, Tensta konsthall starts a residency in Tensta. A two-bedroom guest apartment becomes the foundation for the artists, curators, writers and others participating in the residency program that contain both longer and shorter stays.
Participants: Dora García (ES), Christian Nyampeta (RW), Zach Blas (US), Pınar Öğrenci (TR), Anne Low (CA)
Residencies - Tensta konsthall 2
Residencies
Second period of residencies at Tensta konsthall with Bernd Krauss, Prem Krishnamurthy and Christian Nyampeta.
Participants: Christian Nyampeta (RW), Bernd Krauss (DE), Prem Krishnamurthy (US)
Sudan
2
Participants
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Sudan: 4 entries
Celebrating crafts for social change
Mediation Labs
4Cs Mediation Lab, ‘Celebrating crafts for social change’ will be ENSAD’s action within 4Cs 2018-19. It is a workshop and class that offers students to co-create a pedagogic service of know-how transmission.
Participants: Bassam Salwkha (SY), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Karim Ruhullah (AF), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Alice Peinado (IT), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Alexia Venot (FR)
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Sweden
11
Participants
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Sweden: 17 entries
New Eelam
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
New Eelam, by Christopher Kulendran Thomas (London) in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann (Berlin), is a long-term artwork in the form of a start-up—a real-estate technology company founded by the artist to develop a flexible, global housing subscription that aims to make homes as streamable as music or movies. Based on collective co-ownership rather than private property, it aims to rewire property relations through the luxury of communalism rather than of individual ownership.
Participants: Helena Westerlind (SE), Jennifer Mack, Hugo Palmarola (CL), Roland Paulsen (SE), Christopher Kulendran Thomas (GB), Annika Kuhlmann (DE), Erik Stenberg (SE), James Holston (US)
The Spectral Forest
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The exhibition The Spectral Forest presents newly commissioned and existing works by eight international contemporary artists. Departing from the history of deforestation and afforestation, and displacement and resettlement, on the Curonian Spit, as well as the significance of the sacred groves in the Baltic region, the exhibition is conceived as a promenade through an enchanted forest. The exhibition is curated by Rado Ištok.
Participants: Radoslav Ištok (SK), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Mark Ther (CZ), Susanna Jablonski (SE), Jin Mustafa (SE), Santiago Mostyn (SE), Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Paul Maheke (FR), Ieva Rojūtė (LT)
Research and Artistic Residency Nida Art Colony
Residencies
Between September and October of 2019 Paul Maheke, Eglė Budvytytė, Jin Mustafa, Elin Már Øyen Vister and Mark Ther will spend two months at a residency at Nida Art Colony.  
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Mark Ther (CZ), Jin Mustafa (SE), Paul Maheke (FR), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO)
Portions of Share
Mediation Labs
"Portions of Share" is the first moment of Lisbon's Mediation Lab.
Participants: Peter Hanenberg (DE), Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Publication
Mediation Labs
Portions of Share online publication with articles from all the participants.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Matthew Mason (GB), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Portions of Share Videos
Mediation Labs
Two videos of RitaGT and Sunshine Socialist Cinema presentations. Recorded by Linda Koncz.
Participants: Juliana Orrego Trujillo (CO), Federico Rudari (IT), Luísa Santos (PT), Dzifa Peters (DE), Jule Kurbjeweit (DE), RitaGT (PT), João Biscainho (PT), Marta Saccani (IT), Nina Danilova (RU), Kalle Brolin (SE), Ana Coelho (PT), José Cortez (PT), Aude Vignac (FR), Pasha Georgieva (BG), Nuno Nunes-Ferreira (PT), Francisca Rosa (PT), Linda Koncz (HU), Kristina Müntzing (SE)
Passage Projects
Conferences
Passage Projects is a conference in three parts reflecting on collectivity, translocal connections and situated knowledge. The conference takes its starting point from Taxingeplan, just outside Tensta konsthall.
Participants: Ângela Ferreira (MZ), Kvinnors byggforum (SE), k.ö.k (kvinnor önskar kollektivitet) (SE), Santiago Cirugeda Parejo (ES), Blanca Pujals (ES), Lily Hall (GB), Bella Rune (SE)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Tensta Konsthall
Summer School
Cultural Program - Tensta Konsthall - A virtual visit to Tensta konsthall, Stockholm
Participants: Cecilia Widenheim (SE)
Singapore
1
Participant
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Singapore: 1 entry
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Slovakia
1
Participant
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Slovakia: 4 entries
Dwelling on the Threshold
Workshops
Dwelling on the Threshold is a three-day workshop at Nida Art Colony exploring the potential of spaces of passage, flux and fluidity.
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Kristina Norman (EE), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Candice Hopkins (CA), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Joanna Warsza (PL)
The Spectral Forest
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
The exhibition The Spectral Forest presents newly commissioned and existing works by eight international contemporary artists. Departing from the history of deforestation and afforestation, and displacement and resettlement, on the Curonian Spit, as well as the significance of the sacred groves in the Baltic region, the exhibition is conceived as a promenade through an enchanted forest. The exhibition is curated by Rado Ištok.
Participants: Radoslav Ištok (SK), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO), Mark Ther (CZ), Susanna Jablonski (SE), Jin Mustafa (SE), Santiago Mostyn (SE), Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Paul Maheke (FR), Ieva Rojūtė (LT)
Research and Artistic Residency Nida Art Colony
Residencies
Between September and October of 2019 Paul Maheke, Eglė Budvytytė, Jin Mustafa, Elin Már Øyen Vister and Mark Ther will spend two months at a residency at Nida Art Colony.  
Participants: Eglė Budvytytė (LT), Radoslav Ištok (SK), Mark Ther (CZ), Jin Mustafa (SE), Paul Maheke (FR), Elin Már Øyen Vister (NO)
Cultural Program - CONVIVIAL CULTURES | XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture - Vilnius Academy of Arts
Summer School
Cultural Program - Vilnius Academy of Arts - The Spectral Forest and Neringa Forest Architecture
Participants: Radoslav Ištok (SK), Egija Inzule (LV), Jonas Žukauskas, Jurga Daubaraitė
Syria
4
Participants
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Syria: 6 entries
The Silent University Language Café
Mediation Labs
As part of the mediation lab Tensta konsthall is elaborating further on the tailor-made strategies of art mediation that is at the very core of The Silent University: Language Café. The Language Café welcomes those who wish to learn the basics of the Swedish and Arabic language, meet new friends and share experiences and ideas.
Participants: Ahmet Öğüt (TR), Fahyma Alnablsi (SY)
Celebrating crafts for social change
Mediation Labs
4Cs Mediation Lab, ‘Celebrating crafts for social change’ will be ENSAD’s action within 4Cs 2018-19. It is a workshop and class that offers students to co-create a pedagogic service of know-how transmission.
Participants: Bassam Salwkha (SY), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Karim Ruhullah (AF), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Alice Peinado (IT), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Alexia Venot (FR)
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Cultivating Conviviality
Workshops
The workshop “Cultivating Conviviality” aims to show the importance of understanding and integrating the social, political and cultural issues of the present and past migrations in solving conflict situations by applying design methodologies. More specifically, the objective of the workshop is that of co-creating new tools of conviviality that will allow society as a whole, to improve “togetherness” by highlighting specific knowhows of migrants, or “expert newcomers” as we decided to name them. These tools are the results of different problematics that link each specific context and territory, to food and culture.
Participants: Eve Lerouge (FR), Denis Victot (FR), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Stéphane Verlet-Bottéro (FR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Khaled Kaka (SY), Alice Peinado (IT), Sofia Djenna, Eddy Terki (FR), Eugénie de Larivière (FR), Inès Mesmar (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Sebastian Däschle (DE), Florence Doléac (FR), Florian Dach (FR), Sobi Pillai (IN), Chloé Heslon (FR), Pauline Doneda (FR), Alexandra Piat (FR), Camillle Lugand, Léo Sibertin-Blanc (FR), Zazie Brosse (FR)
Artistic Residency - Guevara Namer
Residencies
On the occasion of the exhibition "Susan Meiselas. Mediations", the Fundació Antoni Tàpies has invited the Syrian artist of Kurdish origin, Guevara Namer, to become an artist-in-residence. Guevara Namer is a photographer and documentary filmmaker. The purpose of the residence is to invite an artist in the specific context of Barcelona and the Fundació to establish a dialogue between her artistic practice and that of the current exhibition.
Participants: Carles Guerra (ES), Guevara Namer (SY), Susan Meiselas (US), Xavier Antich (ES)
Turkey
6
Participants
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Turkey: 6 entries
Residencies - Tensta konsthall 1
Residencies
As part of the EU project 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, Tensta konsthall starts a residency in Tensta. A two-bedroom guest apartment becomes the foundation for the artists, curators, writers and others participating in the residency program that contain both longer and shorter stays.
Participants: Dora García (ES), Christian Nyampeta (RW), Zach Blas (US), Pınar Öğrenci (TR), Anne Low (CA)
The Silent University Language Café
Mediation Labs
As part of the mediation lab Tensta konsthall is elaborating further on the tailor-made strategies of art mediation that is at the very core of The Silent University: Language Café. The Language Café welcomes those who wish to learn the basics of the Swedish and Arabic language, meet new friends and share experiences and ideas.
Participants: Ahmet Öğüt (TR), Fahyma Alnablsi (SY)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Sensible Grounds: Thinking outside of the white box
Film Programme
"Thinking outside of the white box" is the Berlin manifestation of a "Conference in Shards" by Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri which is taking place in the framework of "Sensible Grounds" – a multi-chapter program of moving image practices curated by Azar Mahmoudian.
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Ayreen Anastas (PS), Rene Gabri (IR), Begonia Santa-Cecilia, Luis Moreno-Caballud, Nazan Üstündağ (TR), Hamit Bozarslan (TR), Peter Makhlouf, Rolando Vázquez, Walter Mignolo (AR)
Trinidad and Tobago
1
Participant
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Trinidad and Tobago: 3 entries
Adam Khalil & Bayley Sweitzer with Oba: Nosferasta
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Gasworks presents a major new film commission by Brooklyn-based filmmakers Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer. Acclaimed for Empty Metal (2018), a science-fiction political thriller set against a backdrop of police brutality and mass surveillance, their films delve into contemporary indigenous experience and minority survival with a fiercely subcultural attitude.
Participants: Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES), Bayley Sweitzer (US), Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT)
Nosferasta: The Book
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Marking the first UK commission by Brooklyn-based filmmakers Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer in collaboration with Oba, Gasworks has published a 176-page book that explores the ever-expanding vampiric universe of Nosferasta.
Participants: Peggy Ahwesh (US), Lou Cornum (US), Alex Esco (US), Sabel Gavaldon, Mutabaruka (JM), Austin Sley Julian (US), Virgil b/g Taylor (US), Peter Oakley (GB), Bayley Sweitzer (US), Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Spike Island | Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer with Oba: Nosferasta
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Spike Island presents the first iteration of "Nosferasta". "Nosferasta" is commissioned and produced by Gasworks, London and Spike Island, Bristol and is part of the European Cooperation project 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, co-funded by Creative Europe and the Royal College of Art. The film is also supported by Creative Capital and Cinereach.
Participants: Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT), Bayley Sweitzer (US)
United States
23
Participants
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United States: 26 entries
New Eelam
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
New Eelam, by Christopher Kulendran Thomas (London) in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann (Berlin), is a long-term artwork in the form of a start-up—a real-estate technology company founded by the artist to develop a flexible, global housing subscription that aims to make homes as streamable as music or movies. Based on collective co-ownership rather than private property, it aims to rewire property relations through the luxury of communalism rather than of individual ownership.
Participants: Helena Westerlind (SE), Jennifer Mack, Hugo Palmarola (CL), Roland Paulsen (SE), Christopher Kulendran Thomas (GB), Annika Kuhlmann (DE), Erik Stenberg (SE), James Holston (US)
Residencies - Tensta konsthall 1
Residencies
As part of the EU project 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, Tensta konsthall starts a residency in Tensta. A two-bedroom guest apartment becomes the foundation for the artists, curators, writers and others participating in the residency program that contain both longer and shorter stays.
Participants: Dora García (ES), Christian Nyampeta (RW), Zach Blas (US), Pınar Öğrenci (TR), Anne Low (CA)
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie - Lisbon
Film Programme
With Katarina Zdjelar, Mary Jirmanus Saba, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz and Coco Fusco at MAAT and Rua das Gaivotas 6.
Participants: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (PR), Coco Fusco (US), Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Katarina Zdjelar (RS), Mary Jirmanus Saba (LB)
Sensible Grounds: A Film Programme on the Tectonics of Camaraderie
Film Programme
With Eric Baudelaire, Chto Delat and the Otolith Group, curated by Azar Mahmoudian At Tensta Konsthall 29 May-14 June 2018
Participants: Azar Mahmoudian (IR), Eric Baudelaire (US), Chto Delat (What is to be done?) (RU), The Otolith Group (GB)
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Adam Khalil & Bayley Sweitzer with Oba: Nosferasta
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Gasworks presents a major new film commission by Brooklyn-based filmmakers Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer. Acclaimed for Empty Metal (2018), a science-fiction political thriller set against a backdrop of police brutality and mass surveillance, their films delve into contemporary indigenous experience and minority survival with a fiercely subcultural attitude.
Participants: Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES), Bayley Sweitzer (US), Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT)
Modalities and Initiatives of Repair, Restitution and Reparation
Conferences
Public institutions such as libraries, museums and archives consist of a huge amount of plundered material and are organized around imperial structures that facilitate the normalization of these holdings in these institutions. Based on this assumption the seminar aims to provide a framework for discussion of transformative potentialities of imperial collections and different modalities of undoing its legacies.
Participants: Ariella Azoulay (IL), Susan Meiselas (US), Kader Attia (FR), Françoise Vergès (FR), Hagar Ophir (IL)
Artistic Residency - Guevara Namer
Residencies
On the occasion of the exhibition "Susan Meiselas. Mediations", the Fundació Antoni Tàpies has invited the Syrian artist of Kurdish origin, Guevara Namer, to become an artist-in-residence. Guevara Namer is a photographer and documentary filmmaker. The purpose of the residence is to invite an artist in the specific context of Barcelona and the Fundació to establish a dialogue between her artistic practice and that of the current exhibition.
Participants: Carles Guerra (ES), Guevara Namer (SY), Susan Meiselas (US), Xavier Antich (ES)
Residencies - Tensta konsthall 2
Residencies
Second period of residencies at Tensta konsthall with Bernd Krauss, Prem Krishnamurthy and Christian Nyampeta.
Participants: Christian Nyampeta (RW), Bernd Krauss (DE), Prem Krishnamurthy (US)
ALISHA BUDKIE
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Alisha Budkie (US)
META DANIEL
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Meta Daniel (US)
ALEXIS HILL
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Alexis Hill (US)
RENA LEINBERGER
Notes from Atopia - A digital archive
Participants: Rena Leinberger (US)
Nosferasta: The Book
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Marking the first UK commission by Brooklyn-based filmmakers Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer in collaboration with Oba, Gasworks has published a 176-page book that explores the ever-expanding vampiric universe of Nosferasta.
Participants: Peggy Ahwesh (US), Lou Cornum (US), Alex Esco (US), Sabel Gavaldon, Mutabaruka (JM), Austin Sley Julian (US), Virgil b/g Taylor (US), Peter Oakley (GB), Bayley Sweitzer (US), Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT), Laura Vallés Vílchez (ES)
Spike Island | Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer with Oba: Nosferasta
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
Spike Island presents the first iteration of "Nosferasta". "Nosferasta" is commissioned and produced by Gasworks, London and Spike Island, Bristol and is part of the European Cooperation project 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, co-funded by Creative Europe and the Royal College of Art. The film is also supported by Creative Capital and Cinereach.
Participants: Adam Khalil (US), Oba (TT), Bayley Sweitzer (US)
South Africa
4
Participants
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South Africa: 3 entries
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)
Towards sharing common futures
Conferences
From 5 to 7 February 2020, designers, researchers, philosophers and artists will reflect and work together on how to stimulate and cultivate diversity and critical thinking while catalysing the positive resources needed to address the impending environmental, social and cultural catastrophe.
Participants: Good Chance Theatre France (FR), Sarah Mekdjian (FR), Justinien Tribillon, Massimo Santanicchia (IT), Alexis Nuselovici (FR), Fabrizio Urettini (IT), Alexia Venot (FR), Carmen Bouyer (FR), Florence Doléac (FR), Daniele Lupo (IT), Marc Mézard (FR), Marginal Studio (IT), Eugenia Morpurgo (IT), Matteo Moretti (IT), Moleskine Foundation (IT), Fredj Moussa (FR), Marie Moreau (FR), Bassam Salwkha (SY), Denis Victot (FR), Ibrahim Adam (SD), Natalia Baudouin (BO), Patrick Degeorges (FR), Simon Ballen Botero (CO), Azra Aksamija (BA), Kate Daudy (GB), Anna Bernagozzi (IT), Heath Nash (ZA), Khaled Kaka (SY), Yasir Mohamed Elamine (SD), Dimitri Zephir (GP), Florian Dach (FR), Foundland Collective (NL), Cyrille Hanappe (FR), Sophie Krier (BE), Elizabeth Hale (GB)
Zimbabwe
3
Participants
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Zimbabwe: 2 entries
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality - INVOCATIONS
Conferences
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Denise Ferreira da Silva (BR), Seloua Luste Boulbina (FR), Denise Ryner, Aaron Wilson (US), Tania Willard (CA), Safiya Sinclair (JM), Farkhondeh Shahroudi (IR), Lerato Shadi (ZA), Jacques Coursil (FR), Lynnée Denise, Jihan El-Tahri (EG), Heidrun Friese (DE), Marque Gilmore (US), Niklas Maak (DE), Naeem Mohaiemen (GB), Negros Tou Moria (GR), Peter Morin (CA), Ulf Aminde (DE), Sepake Angiama (GB), Clare Butcher (ZW), Canoafolk (DE), Robert Nichols, Kettly Noël (HT), Mitat Özdemir, Massimo Perinelli, Joshua Chambers-Letson (US), Nacera Belaza (DZ), Ibrahim Arslan, Mohamed Amjahid (DE), Meral Şahin (DE), Nahed Samour, Miriam Schickler
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality
Multi-Chapter Exhibition
WHOSE LAND HAVE I LIT ON NOW? Contemplations on the Notions of Hostipitality unfolds through an exhibition, performances, lectures, film screenings and other time-based experiences to deliberate on concepts of hospitality and the triggers of hostility in hospitality.
Participants: Anna Jäger (DE), Lema Sikod, Bonaventure Ndikung (CM), Elena Agudio, Doris Maninger (AT), Neda Saeedi (IR), Emeka Okereke (NG), Sabelo Mlangeni (ZA), Eva Leitolf (DE), Louis Henderson (GB), Antje Engelmann (DE), Victor Ehikhamenor (NG), Stephanie Comilang, Banu Cennetoğlu (TR), Christian Etongo (CM), Wathiq Al-Ameri (IQ), Márcio Carvalho (PT), Deanna Bowen (US), Steeve Bauras (FR), Mounira Al Solh (LB), Meriç Algün (TR), Abbas Akhavan (IR), Lili Somogyi, Denise Ryner, Raisa Galofre, Cornelia Knoll (DE), António Mendes (PT), Marleen Boschen, Elsa Westreicher (CD), Federica Bueti (IT), Tinofireyi Zhou (ZW), Ming Wong (SG), Wolfgang Tillmans (DE), Ali Al-Fatlawi (IQ)