(IM)POSSIBLE COMPLICITIES Konferenz und Filmprogramm

23.5.19 24.5.19 | ganztägig | Projektraum 02 | Diskussion

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(IM)POSSIBLE COMPLICITIES
CO-PRODUCTION / CO-CREATION / COOPTATION
23. - 24. Mai 2019
KONFERENZ UND FILMPROGRAMM

(Die Konferenz wird in englischer Sprache stattfinden)

„(Im)possible Complicities“ will eine Plattform für Ideen aus der kreativen Praxis und dem Engagement in sozial benachteiligten Milieus bieten. Wir möchten mit Aktivist*innen, Künstler*innen und Akademiker*innen konstruktiv und kritisch über die Potentiale und Risiken von co-kreativer Projektarbeit diskutieren. Die Konferenz ist Teil des CoCreation - EU Marie Curie Rise Projekts, das in Zusammenarbeit mit akademischen und nicht-akademischen PartnerInnen aus Europa und Lateinamerika entstanden ist. Die Konferenz verfolgt einen praxisorienterten und multidisziplinären Ansatz und will Raum für innovative Präsentationsformate bieten.

Programm
23.05.2019

14:00 Registrierung
15:00 Intro mit Lorenzo Tripodi & Laura Colini
15:10 Where are we? Vorstellung von feldfünf mit Marenka Krasomil

15:15 SESSION 1: COCREATION, COPRODUCTION, COOPTATION

  • Productive or seductive: towards a critical manifesto of co-creation. Sue Brownhill and Laura Colini
  • Constituent relations across the city: three perspectives. Julia Udall, Sam Vardy, Goran Vodicka, Paula McCloskey
  • Art Subtraction. Giovanni Fiamminghi
  • Meine Nachbarschaft / Your Neighborhood. Daniele Tognozzi

16:45 Kaffeepause

17:00 SESSION 2: COCREATION METHODOLOGIES IN PLACE

  • Network of Collaboration or Co-optation. Oscar Natividad
  • Struggles against experiences of disrespect in Brazil:
    Slam resistance and public urban space. Giovana de Souza Possignolo
  • Transcending Boundaries through Graffiti. Benjamin Van Praag
  • Re>centering periphery- Museums of resistance and counternarratives. Lorenzo Tripodi, Manuela Conti, Laura Colini

18:30 Aperitif & Pause

19:45 KEYNOTE SESSION: CREATIVE PLACEMAKING BETWEEN COMMONS BASED PRACTICE AND NEOLIBERAL ART-WASHING

  • Place Guarding: An End to the Slow Violence of Creative Placemaking and Gentrification?. Stephen Pritchard
  • Place Internationale. Commune, Co-research & Curatorial urbanism. Jochen Becker
  • Territories: collective stories, collective action. Bernardo Gutierrez

 

24.05.2019
09:00-09:30 Registrierung

09:30-11:00 SESSION 1A

  • ps Wedding, a neighborly initiative in Berlin’s Brunnenviertel. Sabine Horlitz, Oliver Clemens
  • Social innovation and civilian resilience: Naples and the case of “Beni Comuni”. Emilio Caja
  • Pandion: the art of real estate staging”. Kim Sonntag

09:30-11:00 SESSION 1b: ENVIROMENT AND COPRODUCTION

  • Reframing food as an urban question. Thomas Kuyper
  • What if Plants co-create? Francesca Guarascio, Giulia Toscani
  • Co-production at the [social] neighbourhood scale. Jose Roberto Lagunes Trejo

11:00-11:15 Kaffeepause

11:15– 12:45 SESSION 2A. MAPPING AND CO-DESIGN

  • The city through the eyes of others! Mapping and spatial research methods between representation and process. Antje Lehn & Korinna Lindiger
  • The Mapping San Siro Experience: from a wandering research group to established community hub? James Patrick MacNeil
  • Apriti Piazza!. Annalisa Pecoriello
  • Constituent relations across the city: Three perspectives from practice. Julia Udall, Sam Vardy, Goran Vodicka, Paula McCloskey

11:15– 12:45 SESSION 2B_ ART, GENTRIFICATION AND CO-CREATION

  • Anti part-time publicity. Marenka Krasomil & Katharina Marszewski
  • All that Glitters is not Gold. Giulia Carones – Lume
  • A Platform for Arts Along the Railway in Signal Towers. Natalia Irina Roman

12:45-14:00 Mittagspause

14:00- 15:45 SESSION 3b. ENGAGEMENT AND COLLABORATION

  • Citizen engagement and collaborative urban knowledge creation – means and incentives for a shared data commons. Ina Blümel
  • Camera as an exploratory methodology: to investigate the gendered experiences of primary school fe/male pupils’ in Northern India. Vandana Singh
  • Local collaborative design-projects as catalyst and research-instrument of urban transformations. Hendrik Weiner – Raumdialog
  • Implementing Ideas Workshop to develop Interventions of Urban Mobility. Pétilin Souza

14:00- 15:45 SESSION 3B. PERFORMING PUBLIC SPACE: DANCE, THEATRE AND PARTICIPATION

  • Fulcrum: On the Border. Dylan Quinn
  • Dance, periphery and identity: the experience of Internazionale Corazon Elena Dragonetti, Francesca Marconi, Carlo Venegoni
  • Embodied Map Tools. Alessandro Carboni
  • „Village“ A non-academic, performative format. Aje Andrea Bruecken, Nadja Roder-Winkel

15:45 Kaffeepause

16:00 – 18.00 PLENARY DISCUSSION

18:00 – 18:15 FINAL REMARKS

 

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*** English version ***

 

(IM)POSSIBLE COMPLICITIES
CO-PRODUCTION / CO-CREATION / COOPTATION
BERLIN, MAY 23-24, 2019
A CONFERENCE AND A SCREENING PROGRAMME

(the conference will be held in english)

This conference is an exercise to look at practices and reflections which may shed light on this context, helping to discern, understand and critically study community-based co-production and co-creation.The conference is part of the CoCreation- EU Marie Curie Rise (www.tesserae.eu/project/co-creation) project involving academic and non-academic partners from Europe and Latin America.The conference will have a practice-oriented multidisciplinary approach.

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM
23.04.2019

14:00 Registration
15:00 Welcome and intro on the program by Lorenzo Tripodi & Laura Colini
15:10 Where are we? Introducing Feldfünf by Marenka Krasomil

15:15 SESSION 1: COCREATION, COPRODUCTION, COOPTATION

  • Productive or seductive: towards a critical manifesto of co-creation. Sue Brownhill and Laura Colini
  • Constituent relations across the city: three perspectives. Julia Udall, Sam Vardy, Goran Vodicka, Paula McCloskey
  • Art Subtraction. Giovanni Fiamminghi
  • Meine Nachbarschaft / Your Neighborhood. Daniele Tognozzi

16:45 COFFEE BREAK

17:00 SESSION 2: COCREATION METHODOLOGIES IN PLACE

  • Network of Collaboration or Co-optation. Oscar Natividad
  • Struggles against experiences of disrespect in Brazil:
    Slam resistance and public urban space. Giovana de Souza Possignolo
  • Transcending Boundaries through Graffiti. Benjamin Van Praag
  • Re>centering periphery- Museums of resistance and counternarratives. Lorenzo Tripodi, Manuela Conti, Laura Colini

18:30 APERITIF & DINNER BREAK

19:45 KEYNOTE SESSION: CREATIVE PLACEMAKING BETWEEN COMMONS BASED PRACTICE AND NEOLIBERAL ART-WASHING

  • Place Guarding: An End to the Slow Violence of Creative Placemaking and Gentrification?. Stephen Pritchard
  • Place Internationale. Commune, Co-research & Curatorial urbanism. Jochen Becker
  • Territories: collective stories, collective action. Bernardo Gutierrez

 

24.05.2019

09:00-09:30 REGISTRATION
09:30-11:00 SESSION 1A

  • ps Wedding, a neighborly initiative in Berlin’s Brunnenviertel. Sabine Horlitz, Oliver Clemens
  • Social innovation and civilian resilience: Naples and the case of “Beni Comuni”. Emilio Caja
  • Pandion: the art of real estate staging”. Kim Sonntag

09:30-11:00 SESSION 1b: ENVIROMENT AND COPRODUCTION

  • Reframing food as an urban question. Thomas Kuyper
  • What if Plants co-create? Francesca Guarascio, Giulia Toscani
  • Co-production at the [social] neighbourhood scale. Jose Roberto Lagunes Trejo

11:00-11:15 COFFEE BREAK

11:15– 12:45 SESSION 2A. MAPPING AND CO-DESIGN

  • The city through the eyes of others! Mapping and spatial research methods between representation and process. Antje Lehn & Korinna Lindiger
  • The Mapping San Siro Experience: from a wandering research group to established community hub? James Patrick MacNeil
  • Apriti Piazza!. Annalisa Pecoriello
  • Constituent relations across the city: Three perspectives from practice. Julia Udall, Sam Vardy, Goran Vodicka, Paula McCloskey

11:15– 12:45 SESSION 2B_ ART, GENTRIFICATION AND CO-CREATION

  • Anti part-time publicity. Marenka Krasomil & Katharina Marszewski
  • All that Glitters is not Gold. Giulia Carones – Lume
  • A Platform for Arts Along the Railway in Signal Towers. Natalia Irina Roman

12:45-14:00 LUNCH BREAK

14:00- 15:45 SESSION 3a. ENGAGEMENT AND COLLABORATION

  • Citizen engagement and collaborative urban knowledge creation – means and incentives for a shared data commons. Ina Blümel
  • Camera as an exploratory methodology: to investigate the gendered experiences of primary school fe/male pupils’ in Northern India. Vandana Singh
  • Local collaborative design-projects as catalyst and research-instrument of urban transformations. Hendrik Weiner – Raumdialog
  • Implementing Ideas Workshop to develop Interventions of Urban Mobility. Pétilin Souza

14:00- 15:45 SESSION 3B. PERFORMING PUBLIC SPACE: DANCE, THEATRE AND PARTICIPATION

  • Fulcrum: On the Border. Dylan Quinn
  • Dance, periphery and identity: the experience of Internazionale Corazon Elena Dragonetti, Francesca Marconi, Carlo Venegoni
  • Embodied Map Tools. Alessandro Carboni
  • „Village“ A non-academic, performative format. Aje Andrea Bruecken, Nadja Roder-Winkel

15:45 COFFEE BREAK

16:00 – 18:00 PLENARY DISCUSSION

18:00 – 18:15 FINAL REMARKS