Lehrende und MitarbeiterInnen
Bettel, Florian Sen.Sc. DI Dr.phil.
|Drawing on Henri Lefèbvre’s claim for urban participation, heterogeneous protest movements emerged within the last years –
from sex workers in Madrid, who refuse to accept eviction from their quarter, to artists in Hamburg, thwarting investors’
plans by squatting the “Gängeviertel”. The Right to the City-claim resonates strongly with different art movements, which
embrace the concept of urban performance: Allan Kaprow’s Happenings, Günter Brus’ Vienna Walk, and VALIE EXPORT’s body configurations
are just some historical iconic examples. The last years have seen a vital contribution of artistic interventions to contemporary
protest movements. Erdem Gunduz’ Standing Man for example became the icon for protesters within Istanbul’s Gezi Park-uprising
and an urban performance that thrived on the World Wide Web and in Social Media.
|Titel der Veranstaltung:
||Uncertain Spaces: Virtual Configurations in Contemporary Art and Museums
||unplace. A Museum without a Place: Intangible Museography and Virtual Exhibition
|Titel des Vortrags:
||Right to the City! Right to the Museum! (selected presenter)
||31.10.2014 bis 01.11.2014