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Romanticism as a literary and political movement began flourishing in many regions of what is now called Europe around the end of the eighteenth century. This marks not only the moment in which the autonomisation of art began to become manifest, with philosophical aesthetics taking on a decidedly political role and art criticism coming into being as a bourgeois cultural form of writing. Romanticism’s rise also runs parallel to and is inextricably intertwined with the rise of the nation-state in its modern colonial, heteronormative and capitalised form. The seminar advances the proposition that this moment in many ways resembles our own, in that it is exactly these forms that at present find themselves in a state of disintegration. We will look at poetic praxis in and outside of art as a contemporary means of politically struggle.
Kerstin Stakemeier is an educator (Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg), writer and exhibitions organiser who mostly works collaboratively. ‘Illiberal Arts’, conceived with Anselm Franke, opened at Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin in 2021. The project will continue in 2023 under the title ‘Illiberal Pop’ at Ludwig Forum Aachen. With Bill Dietz she realised Universal Receptivity (2021) a seminar and publication, with M. Ammer, E. Birkenstock, J. Nachtigall and S. Weber the exhibition series and journal Class Languages (2017/18). Together with Nachtigall she recently co-authored a special issue on the work of Lu Märten for October Magazine (2022) and with Marina Vishmidt she wrote Reproducing Autonomy (2016). With the latter she is currently working on a second book. Stakemeier’s monograph Entgrenzter Formalismus: Verfahren einer antimodernen Ästhetik was published in 2017 by b_books PoLYpen.
Registration is free but limited to the number of seats available. Please send an email with a short CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31.03.2022. Confirmation of registration will be sent by email. The seminar will be in English.
Venue: Goethe-Institut, Auditorium
Campo dos Mártires da Pátria, 37
Avenida António Augusto de Aguiar, 148 - 3º C
1050-021 Lisboa, Portugal
Monday to Friday, 10h00 to 13h00,
14h30 to 19h00
Tel: + 351 21 352 11 55
A Letter from Yene
Institut français du Royaume-Uni
Commissioned by Serpentine, MUBI and PCAI Polygreen Culture & Art Initiative, as part of Serpentine's Back to Earth project.
Realism Without Authority
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Registration is free but limited to the number of seats available. Please send an email with a short CV to email@example.com by 24.03.2022. Confirmation of registration will be sent by email. The seminar will be in English.
Rua Tomás del Negro, 8A
1750-105 Lisboa, Portugal
Wednesday to Sunday, 15h00 to 19h00
or by appointment.
Tel: + 351 21 755 15 70 | 21 352 11 55
In cooperation with Lumiar Cité:
Thu Thiêm: an archaeological
project for future remembrance
08.06. - 08.09.2019
Johann Jacobs Museum
is funded by Ministério da Cultura/Direção-Geral das Artes. With the support of Câmara Municipal de Lisboa and Junta de Freguesia do Lumiar