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AGORA COLLECTIVE e.V. PRESENTS | AFFECT Module II

unbreaken

unbreaken is a project that imbricates workshops sessions, performative interventions, frameworks and a process-oriented timeline in and out the doors of the residency during the last 8 weeks.

unbreaken is an invented formula, a constitutive organism made of overlapping movements and gestures related to unbroken (constant, endless, uninterrupted) and break(alter, crack, breach).

unbreaken is an embedded experience based on persistence and disruption practiced through a publication, an exhibition project and a program* hosted by the artists-in-residence. Together, they invite the audience to orbit different situations and events happening at L’Atelier-KSR and into public spaces, in order to exercise, perform and transmit their production. Through multiple entry point and mutabilities, the public is confronted with an experimental collaborative approach to a publication that exceeds its material boundaries and finds its selves taking over spaces, relationships and even dreams. Passages are channeled and activated through a stream of collisions and implosions in and around the space of the exhibition between September 13th to 19th.

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Grossbeerenstr 34, 10965 Berlin – Kreuzberg

U6/7 Mehringdamm | U1 Möckernbrücke
www.latelier-ksr.com 

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* Program:

13.09 – Opening of unbreaken, publication launch | L’atelier-ksr 7-10pm
14.09 – Movie projection hosted by artists in residence | L’atelier-ksr 6-9pm
15.09 – Take the book for a walk’ | various locations. meeting point: L’Atelier-ksr 4pm
16.09 – Experiencing the publication into public spaces | various locations. (RSVP*) +
17.09 – Re-enacting the publication within the gallery space | L’atelier-ksr (RSVP*) +
18.09 – Processing/production day at the gallery space | L’atelier-ksr +
19.09 – Finissage | L’atelier-ksr 6-8pm

+ Follow coordinates for events and constant updates at: www.agoracollective.org/affect and Facebook Event Page
(*) RSVP at affect@agoracollective.org

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unbreaken: book and exhibition project to be presented at L’Atelier-KSR from 13th Sep-19th Sep 2014 by artists in residence of AFFECT Module II: Alice Bucknell, Aviv Benn, Daniel AlmgrenRecén, Jol Thomson, José Cori, Kathryn Gohmert and Rune Bosse. unbreaken is published by Broken Dimanche Press and designed by F.U.K laboratories.
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About AFFECT:

AFFECT: Agora’s Program for Collaborative Artistic Practices in Berlin
 is a residency program with duration of 3 months. Seven to eight selected participants of various disciplines will develop a collaborative project under the subject of Social Art Practice – where does art intersect with the social?”  The outcome of the research and conclusion of AFFECT consists of a final group exhibition presented and hosted by one of Agora’s partner spaces, together with the launch of a publication of the entire project developed by Broken Dimanche Press throughout the residency process.

The program is structured in 5 phases facilitated by professionals from different fields based in Berlin and leaded by a moderator. The different phases of the project are: Contextualizing / Nourishment / Conceptualizing / Materializing / Outcome.

AFFECT methodology and format are conceptualized by Agora Collective e.V (Caique Tizzi, Marcela Donato, Tainá Moreno).

AFFECT Module II is moderated by Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga, facilitated by Diego Agulló, Yves Mettler, Sarah Lewis, John Holten, Judith Lavagna, and coordinated by Paz Ponce.
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AFFECT is kindly supported by Broken Dimanche Press | Instituto Cervantes Berlín | Goethe Instituto São Paulo | L’Atelier-ksr | Kulturnetzwerk Neukölln | Barefoot Wine.

Date: September 09, 2014