Presentations and intergenerational round table in German with Sharon Adler (AVIVA-Berlin, Stiftung ZURÜCKGEBEN), Shlomit Lehavi (Artist), Elianna Renner (Artist), Elżbieta Sternlicht (Pianist and lecturer piano at the University of Arts Berlin, Faculty of Music)
Moderation: Merle Stöver (Stiftung ZURÜCKGEBEN)
Registration until 31.10.: firstname.lastname@example.org
This series of (artistic) presentations and an intergenerational round table conversation devotes itself to the perspectives and experiences of Jewish feminists, artists, and cultural workers, who were active in 1968 and afterwards—and who met in a climate that was, also in the left, partially characterized by anti-Semitism, or at the very least was anti-Israeli. To this end, an arc will be drawn into the present in order to find out how Jewish artists and intellectuals position themselves today and which experiences were/are made in different time and social contexts.
In cooperation with Stiftung ZURÜCKGEBEN – Förderung jüdischer Frauen in Kunst und Wissenschaft.
The event is part of the series Revolt She Said – decolonial and feminists perspectives on 68, curated by Andrea Caroline Keppler (District Berlin), Dr. Katharina Koch and Dorothea Nold (alpha nova & galerie futura) in conversation with Karina Griffith (District Atelierstipendiatin 2018 und Recherchestipendiatin Decolonizing 68) and Sharon Adler, Prof. Liz Bachhuber, Madeleine Bernstorff, Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro, Dr. Lisa Glauer, Dr. Natasha A. Kelly, Prof. Azade Köker, Martina Kofer, Dr. Corina S. Kwami, Pınar Öğrenci, Dr. Peggy Piesche, Elianna Renner, Robert Schmidt-Matt, Dr. Gabriele Schor, Valeria Schulte-Fischedick, Kelvin Sholar, Elżbieta Sternlicht, Merle Stöver und PD Dr. Anja Zimmermann.
Revolt She Said is a cooperation between alpha nova & galerie futura and District Berlin. Kindly supported by Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa.
Media partner: AVIVA-Berlin