How can we learn to link and connect emerging struggles against precarization? What is the specific link between knowledge and organizing? How can organizing be implemented in Europe? A conversation between Stephen Lerner and Bondgenoten, moderated by Hae-Lin Choi.
'Learning from Architecture" posits the assumption that rather than learning about architecture, it could be an methodology through which we could learn about that which lies beyond it. A debate featuring Nikolaus Hirsch, Eyal Weizman, John Palmesino, Aristide Antonas, Sandi Hilal, Alessandro Petti, Jesko Jezer and more...
The first History Lesson at SUMMIT non-aligned initiatives in education culture featured a conversation between John Akomfrah and Kodwo Eshun. Black Audio Film Collective was founded at Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1982 by sociology, fine art and psychology students John Akomfrah, Reece Auguiste, Edward George, Lina Gopaul, Avril Johnson, Claire Joseph and Trevor Mathison. The group who later relocated to London produced some of the most influential films and videos of recent times before formerly dissolving in 1988.
SUMMIT non-aligned initiatives in education culture starts with an opening ceremony in Hebbeltheater Berlin. Kodwo Eshun, Susanne Lang, Irit Rogoff, Florian Schneider, Nicolas Siepen, Nora Sternfeld present the SUMMIT project and its background. The opening session will also introduce into the program and the goals of SUMMIT.