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Course Catalogue WS 2023/24

on the other side of the Rhine

Self-organised student seminar 
by Shuree Sarantuya, Tanya Licheuskaya, Anastasia Osoianu, Mary Mikaelyan and guests

Other event
WS 23/24
Target group
Basic Studies, Main course / Diploma 2

Dates - place & time

25.10.2324.01.24MittwochWöchentlich17:00 - 19:00Filzengraben 18-24, Seminarraum 0.18/0.19
from-to17:00 - 19:00
LocationFilzengraben 18-24, Seminarraum 0.18/0.19

Seminar description

Imperialist projects, authoritarian regimes, colonial legacies, warfare, policies of exclusion affect our personal and collective bodies displacing and reconfiguring them. Stories and rituals are remapping post-socialist grammar, colonial violence in the North-, West- and Central Asia and the realities it has created.

What stories do we want to tell and why? To whom? What type of connections existed and can be imagined between art and politics? What approaches can artist take towards different struggles within interconnected and disconnected geographies? A space for stories that are untold and not shared, daily practices that create a potential for change where one still can hope for its materialization. How artists can be situated in local histories that are not in line with expected narratives and produce contexts that are not giving in to the politics of representation. The seminar is a part of continues practice by self-organising liquid resistance within solid structures of the western academy.

Student office

Karin Cordes

Juliane Schwibbert

Katrin Seiniger

Claudia Warnecke

Heumarkt 14

50667 Köln

Tel.: +49 221 20189 - 194 /

119 / 187 / 249

Opening hours: Mondays + Tuesdays from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. and Thursdays from 10 a.m.    -    4 p.m.

For enquiries or appointments, please call us, Mon - Thu 9.30 to 1 p.m., or send us an e-mail.

Summer semester 2024

Lecture period:
​​​​​​​Apr. 8, 2024 until Jul. 19, 2024

Winter semester 2024/25

Lecture period:
​​​​​​​Oct. 21, 2024 until Feb. 14, 2025

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