November 2015
19.11.2015 -
2015 / 201511 / Diskussion / Präsentation
Do I look like a refugee?

barbara caveng, Dachil Sado
2015 / 201511 / Home of the Brave: Archeology of the Moving Image
Anina Schenker: Woher kommt die Energie?
Anina Schenker

Dezember 2015
2015 / 201512 / Performance
unfolding agency: strategies of exscription #1
Alexander Tuchaček
2015 / 201512 / Symposium
Fiction As Method – A Guerilla Symposium

09.12.2015 -
2015 / 201512 / Ausstellung / Performance / Sound Performance
Cold. War. Hot. Stars.
The Iron(y) Helmet of the Intellect

Denise Bertschi, Jackie Brutsche, Thomas Galler, Andreas Glauser, Andreas Marti, Nicolasa Navarrete
2015 / 201512 / Artist Talk / Präsentation
The finest theories refuse to make sense;
It is said somewhere a lake has collapsed

Bénédicte Le Pimpec, Uriel Orlow, Riikka Tauriainen, Isaline Vuille

20,00 Uhr


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