August 2014
10.08.2014
Dance/Music
Sounding bodies – moving sounds II
a music / dance intercultural and interaction project

Lionel Dentan (Dasaz), Namrata Pamnani, Jan Schacher (Jasch), Angela Stoecklin
 
10.08.2014
Radio
Kulturwoche - Journalismus
Yonis Hassan Musse (Somalia)

LoRa
 
23.08.2014
Buchvernissage
Epitomes
Eric Andersen, Martin Robinson
 

September 2014
06.09.2014
Workshop
Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon
AutorINen bearbeiten und publizieren einen Nachmittag lang Artikel zum Themenbereich Kunst + Feminismus


 
16.09.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays & Practical Fridays
Philip Matesic
 
17.09.2014
Diskussion
Die Yasuní-Initiative: Zu visionär, um wahr zu sein?
Rechte indigener Völker und Biodiversität vs. Erdölförderung in Ecuador - Warum kam es zum Scheitern der Yasuní-Initiative und welche Verantwortung trägt die internationale Gemeinschaft?

Incomidios
 
29.09.2014 -
05.10.2014
Ausstellung
A4 (Arbeitstitel)
Tom Menzi
 

Oktober 2014
14.10.2014
Each One, Teach One
Theory Tuesdays
Philip Matesic
 
28.10.2014
Lecture
Dans 2.0
Mårten Spångberg
 

11.04.2012
20,00 Uhr

 

Lecture-Performance
Stockhausen at Ground Zero
Hans-Peter Frehner, Christian Hänggi
 


Cage & Stockhausen, 1958


A few days after the World Trade Center attacks in 2001, the German avantgarde composer Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928−2007) held a press conference in which − taken out of context − he made the remark that they had been the greatest work of art. This caused great uproar and led to his condemnation by a general public who had not heard of him before. With some ten years distance, this lecture-performance will try to come to a less emotionally charged understanding of the ways in which these enigmatic comments may be interpreted.

Posted by Stefan Wagner