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Art Space

TOR Art Space stellt Kunststudenten Raum für Ausstellungen in Frankfurt am Main zur Verfügung. Begleitet wird Tor Art Space von dem Pop-Up-Restaurant Tor Dining.

 

WOMEN ON AEROPLANES

6. Zwischenlandung /
Stopover

 
 

6. JUNI / 6 JUNE

VERNISSAGE / OPENING

7.–30. JUNI / 7–30 JUNE

AUSSTELLUNG / EXHIBITION

FATOUMATA DIABATÉ

RAHIMA GAMBO

THERESA KAMPMEIER

20.–23. Juni / 20–23 June
Gathering

 

During the exhibition, a four day-long public gathering is held in the exhibition space, providing the international participants with an opportunity to meet and to continue working together; it offers a moment of encounter and exchange between locals of Frankfurt and the contributors on their stop over. 

The dense program of presentations and talks, screenings and listening sessions evolves around the associative-conceptual and
thematic trajectories of the "stopover".

We are creating this programme in exchange with
the participating guests:


Rahima Gambo
 (Abuja)
Theresa Kampmeier (Berlin)
Kodwo Eshun and Anjalika Sagar (The Otolith Group, London)
Laura Horelli (Berlin) 
Temitayo Ogunbiyi (Lagos)
Andy Amadi Okoroafor (Paris)
Garnette Cadogan (Boston)
Michael Vazquez (New York)
Alexandra Papadopoulou and Marie Schoppmann (VERY, Frankfurt/Main)
Ayodele Arigbabu (Lagos)
Antonia Majaca (Berlin)
Lily Hall (The Showroom, London) 
Iheanyi Onwuegbucha (CCA, Lagos)
Robert Machiri (Johannesburg)
Günter Gretz (Frankfurt)

Programme

20 June, Thursday

6pm
Welcome and Beginning
Launch of Women on Aeroplanes Inflight Magazine,
#4 together with Iheanyi Onwuegbucha (CCA),
Alexandra Papadopoulou and Marie Schoppmann (VERY)

8pm
A session on the playground
Theresa Kampmeier and Temitayo Ogunbiyi in Conversation

9pm
The Beauty of Loneliness, projection (loop)
Andy Amadi Okoroafor
Listening and Dancing Session with Robert Machiri, Günter Gretz & others

21 June, Friday

7pm
About Tools — Rahima Gambo in conversation with Janusch Ertler

8pm
Extended Sojourns In Microgravity—retelling Otolith I Anjalika Sagar & Kodwo Eshun

22 June, Saturday

11am
Electronic Textures—Reading histories through Pan-African Magazines:
Crossroads, Collages, Collaborations—an introduction, Annett Busch

12am
Space-Time-Travel: Bringing it to another audience
A virtual research lab in the making, Ayodele Arigbabu

3pm
Annotations in Transition
Micheal C. Vazquez with Kodwo Eshun

5pm
How do we know what we know?, Jihan El-Tahri

6pm
In the Underground, behind the car retailer and in the suburb. Lines of solidarity:
Namibia Today, Laura Horelli

8pm
Finding Missing Links: Behind the Rainbow
Jihan El-Tahri and Kodwo Eshun in conversation

Behind the Rainbow explores the transition of the African National Congress (ANC) from its role as a liberation organization to its position as South Africa's ruling party, by means of the evolution of the relationship between two of its most prominent leaders, Thabo Mbeki and Jacob Zuma.

23 June, Sunday

11am
Spreading the word—Una Marson calling
Garnette Cadogan

1pm
Notes, observations, feedback loops by
Kodwo Eshun, Antonia Majaca, Temitayo Ogunbiyi

4pm
Roundtable — Where do we go from here?

6pm
— End —

Find further informations of the project and the participating guests on the website of WOA.

 

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CURATED BY ANNETT BUSCH, MARIE-HÉLÈNE GUTBERLET & MAGDA LIPSKA
COPRODUCED BY IWALEWAHAUS UNIVERSITÄT BAYREUTH
IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, LAGOS, IFA-GALERIE BERLIN,
MUSEUM OF MODERN ART IN WARSAW, THE SHOWROOM AND THE OTOLITH COLLECTIVE, LONDON,
TOR ART SPACE FRANKFURT/MAIN.

FUNDED BY THE TURN FUND OF THE GERMAN FEDERAL CULTURAL FOUNDATION
GEFÖRDERT IM FONDS TURN DER

 
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