Event Exhibition Talk26.09.16 - 30.09.16
September 26–30, 2016
Circuits & Currents project space,ASFA, Notara 13 & Tositsa,
Exarchia, Athens, 106 83
27/09 8 pm symposion with Paola Revenioti and her film Kaliarnta
28/09 8 pm symposion with touch, please register with firstname.lastname@example.org
29/09 8 pm symposion with singing and fighting the power
K is not an individual.
K is a hybrid and consists of different and variable identities, shapes, codes, styles.
K 2016 will be a five day symposion in Athens, Greece.
K 2016 will take place from 26 September until 30 September for the third time in the format of a symposion focusing on togetherness and its possible outcomes.
K has no constant space, but wanders about as a nomad.
K takes place in different locations and its contents depend upon the location of its realization.
K is neither pure harmony nor the dream of a constant collective but goes for the heterogeneity of its undertaking.
K aims an unceasing agency for collective, political and social action in times of an increasing individualism in the present, capitalist, neoliberal society.
K is both, an intimate laboratory and a public stage.
K 2016’s participants will be moving throughout the day and meet every night to host different guests at one place: The Circuits & Currents project space.
K in Athens will be a vase that splits and every night is put together again.
It might get more difficult, night by night.
Come and join the first night on Monday 26 September 2016 and get to know K.
Nicky Analyti, Helin Alas, Isabel Bredenbröker, Augustin Le Coutour, Jessica Yanti Dunleavy, Anastasia Efstathiadi, Anita Edenhofer, Samuel Ferstl, Philipp Gufler, Byron Kalomamas, Yorgia Karidi, Ylena Katkova, Nancy Koufogiani, Paula Kohlmann, Lilly Kontodima, Sarah Lehnerer, Araceli Lemos, John Mour, Giorgos Nikas, Matthias Numberger, Mirja Reuter, Lennart Boyd Schürman, Alexia Sarantopoulou, Franca Scholz, Barbara Spiller, Angela Stiegler, Marina Velisioti, Felix Leon Westner
Hosted and supported by Circuits & Currents project space,ASFA, Notara 13 & Tositsa, Exarchia, Athens, 106 83
DAAD Programme: Partnerships with Greek Institutions of Higher Education 2014 – 2016 / A Cooperation between the Academy of Fine Art Munich (ADBK) and the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA)
and with support of ifa – Institute for International Cultural Relations Art Funding, Germany