This is an excerpt of a performance by Marianna Feher, Yorgia Karidi and Angela Stiegler (2018, excerpt: 06 min)
Saturday, 24th February 2018, 7 pm
Lothringer13 Florida and Halle
invited by curator Dr. Katja Kobolt
at AKTIONSRÄUME/ACTION SPACES – BOOK LAUNCH
AKTIONSRÄUME is a joint publication-project by Der Fahrende Raum and Lothringer13 Florida on the »action space«, its history, present, future and phenomenology. The publication gathers contributions from the research background and the respective perspectives of Lothringer13 Florida and Der Fahrende Raum.
Against the backdrop of the action space pedagogy in Munich of the 1970s / 80s, artist collectives KEKS and PA/paed-action, as well as the art space Aktionsraum 1, the publication reflects on »action space« and its synthesis of public artistic production and representation within an urban space.
With contributions by Colin Djukic, Ingrid Scherf, Alfred Gulden, Maximiliane Baumgartner, Gabriela Burkhalter, Martina Oberprantacher, Charlotte Coosemans, Sebastian Schneider, Jonathan Penca, Simone Koller & Mara Züst, Gerd Grüneisl, Zühal Bilir-Meier & Cana Bilir-Meier, Katja Kobolt, Danijela Dugandžić, Noor Afshan Mirza, Jelena Petrović, Lala Raščić, Jelena and Vesna Vesić / Red Mined, Angela Stiegler / K, Kristian Byskov und Margarita del Carmen, Johanna Klingler & Frauke Zabel, belit sağ and others.
Edited by: Maximiliane Baumgartner, Cana Bilir-Meier, Colin Djukic, Katja Kobolt.
Layout by: Ibrahim Öztaş.
On the evening of the release selected archival material and text passages from the publication AKTIONSRÄUME will be presented in the form of a scenic reading. By and with Maximiliane Baumgartner, Colin Djukic and the invited artists Anna Fehr and Laura Ziegler and other guests.
Furthermore we are happy to welcome a performance on the occasion of the release. The hybrid artist group K will materialize through three live voices of the open collective, within an artistic practice of togetherness. Yorgia Karidi (Athens), Marianna Feher (Stockholm) and Angela Stiegler (Munich) meet and show up to trigger a social response.