2013 / 09 / 15 – 2 PM


Discursive Picnic
_INFERNOESQUE / Die Lustige Grube

We are invited, you are invited for a Discursive Picnic at INFERNOESQUE / Die Lustige Grube on 15. September 2013 at 2 pm Leipziger Strasse 41 (the green area between Leipziger 41 and Charlottestraße) in Berlin with a video screening.

Our departurepoint will be Romani culture in art and the abiguities of appearances. Let's see where we will stroll to. At Discursive Picnics everybody is guest and host at the same time. Bring ideas, art, works, projects, actions, catalogs, publications, food, drinks and picnic utensils or come as you are. Unpack, pack: we are looking forward to seeing you!

The Italian artist Cristiano Berti the Berlin curator and author Lith Balmann as well as Nino Pusija - a Berlin based roma-artist, activist and photographer - and Moritz Pankok, who runs the first gallery for "Roma-art" will touch upon the contemporary situation of Romani culture in Europe and the possibilities of linking art and society.

Berti who lives and works between Jesi and Turin, works with the sphere of inclusion and gender empowerment. He will bring his video Lety (2009, 19:40 min) centering around a couple of Romani singers  and his publication "Vertigo of Reality". Bahlmann worked with the exhibition ROMANISTAN. Crossing Spaces in Europe, which allowing initial conferences in Vienna (2011), Barcelona (2012) the exhibition ROMANISTAN in 2013 in Berlin explored the central question of the relationship between cultural identity and cultural production and was dedicated to the “de-exoticisation” of Roma artists and their work. Bahlmann will bring the publication "Reconsidering Roma – Aspects of Roma and Sinti-Life" in Contemporary Art.


2012 / 05 / 11 – 7 PM


Discursive Picnic
_HOLYDAYS IN GREECE

we are invited, you are invited to
HOLIDAYS IN GREECE, a performative installation

Opening: 11th of May 2012, 7 pm. Performances: 8.30 pm-open end. Duration of the video-documentation: 14th – 20th of May 2012, 1 pm-6 pm. STUDIOvisits_Wattstr. 8_13355 Berlin-Mitte.

You/we are invited – Everybody is both guest and host at the same time – bring/take ideas, drinks/food, blankets - bring assignments / services – be there to share and exchange assignments / services, listen and talk.

Instant Local Discursive Picnic Currency
You may take as many local instant bank notes as you gave away.
You are supposed to declare whatever assignment you commit yourself to, to carry out for one hour. The filled out "instant bank notes" are the currency for instantely exchanging services locally on the spot, at the Discursive Picnic.

PARTICIPANTS of Holidays in Greece: Société Réaliste, Discoteca Flaming Star, Anthony Haughey, Marisa Maza, Artemis Potamianou, João Pombeiro, HAZAVUZU, Khaled Hafez, Victor Boullet, Panos Kom- patsiaris, Mary Zygouri, Giorgos Papadatos, Nikos Papadimitriou, Lina Theodorou, Ioannis Savvidis/Richard Schütz, Kostas Christopoulos, Sifis Lykakis/Dionyssis Kavalieratos, Clem- ent Page, Hanne Lippard, Katerina Economacou, Despina Panagiotopoulou/Loukia Mich- alopoulou/Pepi Rigopoulou, Lorena Mostajo, Theodoros Zafeiropoulos, Giorgos Giannako- poulos, Panos Kouros, Christina Sgouromiti, Georgios Papadopoulos, Stathis Gourgouris, Kostis Stafylakis (kavecs projects), Sibylle Hofter, Sotirios Bahtsetzis, Nikos Papastergiadis, Τerri Kapsalis, Chryssa Tsampazi, Susanne Bosch, Treci Beograd, Michalis Pichler, Margarita Tsomou/Tim Stüttgen, Johanna Bruckner, Tiny Domingos, Elpida Karamba, Anna K. Mields,
UNWETTER, Ourania Fasoulidou, Natascha Siouzouli, Vassilis Noulas, Manolis Tsipos, Dafni Dragona, Vassiliea Stylianidou, Tzeni Argyriou, Lily Hibberd, Ilias Marmaras/Dimitra Dertili/ Anna Lascari, Hüseyin Karakaya, Yorgos Sapountzis, Matthias Fritsch, Angelo Ferreira Sou- sa, Sofia Bempeza/Vana Kostayola/ Sofia Fragopoulou, Tereza Papamichali, Evanthia Tsan- tila, Marina Agathagelidou, Hariklia Hari, Carole Frances Lung, Seamus Farrell.


Foto S. Hofter


Foto S. Hofter


2011 / 03 / 18 – 4 PM


Schmuck2 and UNWETTER invite for a Discursive Picnic at the International Crafts Fair/showcase Forum Jewelry at Maximiliansforum at the exhibition Neuer Schmuck in Munic on March 18, 2011, 4 - 7 pm under the headline: art/design/jewelry/exhibition space/studio/space - interdisciplinary approaches - working between categories.

2010 the HOCHsitz studio - a space created as an intersection between exhibition space/studio/space, as comment to the current debate on interdisciplinary approaches - was developed by Martí Guixe in collaboration with the association Schmuck2 e.V. in Glashagen. We will unpack HOCHsitzen - a magazine style publication fresh from the printers in which designers, artists and project rooms like Verzameld Werk, BLESS und UNWETTER contemplate their practice. Anne Schloen and Susan Pietzsch von Schmuck2, as well as Jole Wilcke and Ulrike Solbrig from UNWETTER will be present. Stefan Wischnewski will wear his color line collection. Mizuho Matsunaga will invite us to join her for producing picnic blankets on the spot. Silke Koch will introduce her WATCH OUT HOCHsitzen installation. Liesbeth den Besten presents the latest publication "JEWELS" from the jewelry department of the Rietveld Academy Amsterdam (NL).









At the Discursive Picnic everybody is guest and host at the same time. Bring ideas, art, works, projects, actions, catalogs, publications, food, drinks and picnic utensils or come as you are. Unpack, pack: we are looking forward to seeing you!

mail (at) un-wetter.net 0049+15774356563; mail (at) schmuck2.de www.schmuck2.de www.maximiliansforum.de


2010 / 10 / 30 – 4 PM






Discursive Picnic mit UNWETTER am Samstag, den 30. Oktober 2010, um 16 Uhr, im Open Space Lab in Heidelberg

Das Thema des Discursive Picnics im Open Space Lab wird urbanes Gärtnern sein: Wasser, Erde und Pflanzenrücken in den Mittelpunkt.

Der Künstler Yukio Togo sendet Wasserfilter aus Tokio, mit denen er seit 1983 arbeitet. Jeder Teilnehmer, der zwei Liter Wasser von einer öffentlichen Wasserquelle sowie ein Foto des Entnahmeorts mitbringt, kann sich an Yokio Togos Water filter Projekt beteiligen.

UNWETTER wird sich der gemeinsamen Herstellung von Saatbällchen widmen: Jeder Gast ist eingeladen hierfür Pflanzensamen und wenn möglich ein Foto der ursprünglichen Pflanze mitzubringen.
Alle Interessierten sind dazu aufgefordert ihre Ideen, Kunstwerke, Projekte, Aktionen, Speisen und Picknick-Utensilien zum Auspacken und Austauschen ins Open Space Lab zu bringen: wir sind/ihr seid eingeladen.

Ort: Open Space Lab im Heidelberger Kunstverein
Hauptstr.97, 69117 Heidelberg
Termin: Samstag, den 30.Oktober 2010
Uhrzeit: 16 Uhr
ab 18 Uhr DJ und Drinks
Eintritt frei
Weitere Informationen: www.openspacelab.de

Das Open Space Lab ist eine Initiative von Studierenden der Europäischen und Ostasiatischen Kunstgeschichte der Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg. Ziel ist es, jungen talentierten Künstlern ein Experimentierfeld zu bieten und neue Einblicke in zeitgenössische Kunstformen zu ermöglichen. Das Open Space Lab versteht sich zudem als Plattform, die den Austausch unter jungen Kunstinteressierten fördern und somit einen Beitrag zur Belebung der Kunstszene der Region leisten soll. Zu diesem Zweck stellte der Leiter des Heidelberger Kunstvereins, Johan Holten, ein Raum in seiner Institution zur Verfügung, den die Gründer und Kuratoren des Open Space Lab nun in Eigenregie und non-profit orientiert bespielen.


2010 / 08 / 15 – 3 PM

Discursive Picnic_Never Ending Breakfast Mit Midori Mitamura at Sunday, 15 August 2010, 3 pm
at Berlin + Tokyo Communication-Art, Freies Museum, Berlin, Potsdamer Str. 91 · Berlin

(Eine Kooperation des KUNSTFAKTOR e.V. mit der Art Mama Company Tokyo)

2010 / 07 / 22 – 7 PM

Thursday, 22 July 2010, 7 - 10 pm

Direktorenhaus...

An informal feast of illustration, weaving, performance, book signing and picnicking

Olaf Hajek, “Flowerheads” Book Signing, Travis Meinolf Action weaver picnic rug weaving workshop, UNWETTER Discursive Picnic, PLAYBerlin Performance and Foret Noir Photo Booth





2010 / 07 / 04 – 4 PM

Discursive Picnic
_Bonus Woche Albertinum, Dresden, Kunst von der Romantik bis zur Gegenwart

Anlässlich der Wiedereröffnung des neuen Albertinums laden wir Dresdner OFF-Räume, soziale Initiativen, Kunstinteressierte und Passanten ein, zwischen den deutschen Impressionisten Max Liebermann, Max Slevogt und Lovis Corith ihre Projekte, Aktionen, Speisen und Picknick-Utensilien auszupacken, auszutauschen und weiterzuentwickeln:

wir sind eingeladen/ihr seid eingeladen!

So., 4. Juli 2010, 14 – 16 Uhr im Albertinum

EINTRITT FREi!


2010 / 06 / 3 – 3 PM

Discursive Picnic_ALL YOU CAN EAT

Thursday, 03 June 2010, 3pm
Bury St Edmunds Gallery, curated by Catherine Hemlryk




2009 / 08 / 30 – 4 PM

Discursive Picnic_One-Day Atelier Monbijou Park
30 August 2009, 2 pm at Montbijoupark, Berlin with Suwan Laimanee from Chiang Mai, Thailand, Kirsten Dufour from Copenhagen and Travis Meinolf, action weaver from San Francisco.

Travis Meinolf: "For Sozial Fabrik: One-Day Atelier in the Park please help me to create an edition of hand-woven cloth sculptures in Monbijoupark! I will demonstrate how to use my small looms to quickly produce cloth. I will show you how to tie your loom to a tree and make fabric, and afterwards you can keep the loom that you have learned how to use at the event.

Materials will be provided. If you have extra yarn to donate to the project, please bring some!

Visit http://www.actionweaver.com for more information about my relational weaving practice. Hope to see you there, Travis"

 


2009 / 07 / 12 – 2 PM

Discursive Picnic_Thai Massage

12 July 2009, 2 pm meeting place Görlitzerpark in the center by the hollow and the gigantic steel sculpture.

You/we are invited – Everybody is both guest and host at the same time – take/bring ideas, drinks/food, blankets - bring yourself – be there to share and exchange massage, listen and talk.

Suwan Laimanee*, TanzArt Labor, Travis Meinolf, UNWETTER

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*"Massage is the message" – Suwan Laimanee's work is about the physical touch of art and its sculptural process. He introduced massage as art and science in 1996 at the Florence Biennale, as part of Michelangelo Pistoletto's Progetto Arte. Thai massage is another form of social sculpture. It is real and it is spiritual. There is no giver (artist) and receiver (recipient) because both are united in oneness.










Under Construction – Transformation in Zeiten der Krise (BUKO32) 21. – 24. Mai 2009, Lüneburg

Workshop "... pick up your posters: Die weiße Wand der Universität" eingeladen vom Archiv für Kultur & Soziale Bewegung

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2009 / 04 / 05 – 3 PM

Discursive Picnic_ Aufwachen, 5th April 2009, 3-6pm, Haus am Waldsee.

You/we are invited to a Discursive Picnic in the exhibition "Aufwachen", as a guest, as a host. On the platform, on the blanket, on the floor. Bring, give, take, share ideas, food, talk.

Sunday, 5th April 2009, 3-6pm, Haus am Waldsee, Argentinische Allee 30, 14163 Berlin, U3 Krumme Lanke, S1 Mexikoplatz

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2008

The Publication pöpp68 - participation objections anyhow of the exhibition project privat öffentlich persönlich politisch inNeue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst Berlin, and the conference on Participation at the Akacemie der Künste Berlin in 2008 comes with texts and interviews referring to UNWETTER’s practice by and with Christophe Kotányi, Raimar Stange, Benno Gammerl, Ulrike Solbrig and Jole Wilcke (--> Catalog excerpt: PDF)

With six collaborative projects, a conference, and an exhibition, pöpp68 - private, public, personal, political" targeted and probed possible modes for participation in art.

In 2008 pöpp68 brought together artists born in the 1960s (Seraphina Lenz, Nanna Lüth, Ulrike Solbrig, Rebekka Uhlig, Giuliano Vece, Jole Wilcke) with artists and theorists that were already active in 1968 (Claudia von Alemann, Kirsten Dufour, Rainer W. Ernst, Sanja Ivekovic´ & Bojana Pejic´, Barbara Kleinitz, Christophe Kotányi) allowing them to revisit some of the complex issues that became prominent features of political and social discourse in '68, like fascism, body and power, gender politics, consumption critique, as well as a more general questioning of authority; while also giving opportunities for participation in workshops and other avenues for exploration and intervention. As an intergenerational forum, pöpp68 looked at the chances for participation and forms of resistance from 1968 to the present.

The publication "pöpp68 - participation objections anyhow" documents and contextualizes the entire project, the conference "on participation" at the Akademie der Künste and the exhibition at NGBK, Berlin, with workshop descriptions and text contributions by Espace Masolo, Stephan Geene, Sabine Hark, Barbara Loreck, Suzana Milevska, Rahel Puffert, Veronica Sekules, Raimar Stange, Eva Sturm, Wiebke Trunk, Ultra-red, and others.

dt./engl. participation objections anyhow
!296 S., zahlr. farb. Abb. / numerous coloured images

ISBN 978-3-938515-24-2
Preis: 20.- €, email order form: office@ngbk.de (--> http://ngbk.de)




2008/10/12 2008/10/11

ART SWAP EUROPE  artist-run initiatives and internationional Exchange

Conference 11-12 October 2008 Akademie der Künste, Berlin

Presentation_Exchange_Discussion_Networking

organized by Internationale Gesellschaft Bildender Künstler / IGBK Berlin

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2008 / 09 /25 – 2 pm

UNWETTER and Mobile Kultur Byrå to be guest/host at the Discursive Picnic_10th Anniversary of the Russian Market in Memory of Ellisif Wessel on Thursday 25.09.08 from 2 pm at the sqare in the tent in Kirkenes, Norway


2008 / 09 / 04 – 8 am – 4 pm

Discursive Picnic_8 Hours Don't Make a Day, Thursday September 4th, 2008 from 8 am till 4 pm at Alexanderplatz – between exit U2 (in front of Saturn at Alex) and the Fountain of the Friendship between Peoples with Matthias Krause and Patrick Gardener.

You/we are invited! Bring/take ideas, food/drinks, picnic utensils, work results, opinions, large potatoes and daily newspapers with want k sections and a tablecloth for printing!

We make potato prints instead of fine print!

With newspaper want ads, we want to make new paper plates.
Either unemployment or unpayed overtime everybody has to be flexible, preferrably for 24 hours a day, as the title of the American anti terror TV-series (2001 - 2010) suggests. By taking up the title of Fassbinder’s 1970’s television series 8 Hours Don't Make a Day we want to reintroduce the positive notion, that a society – in case that for instance payed labor doesn't take up more than 8 hours per working day – is able to transform itsef.

With workstation, idea workshop e.V., the Holy Church of the Last Three Workdays and other activists of /unvermittelt*, who in open workshops will present, discuss and advance their projects. Children are welcome to join in.

Discursive Picnic_8 Hours Are Not a Day, is a location in a public space of the campaign "/unvermittelt", by workstation, idea workshop Berlin e. V., also presented at the New Society for Visual Arts, NGBK, in November 2008 – /unvermittelt - für einen Arbeitsbegriff jenseits von Überarbeitung und Mangel. Praxen, Techniken, Spielräume.

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Discursive Picnic_8 Stunden sind kein Tag Donnerstag, 4. September 2008 von 8.00 bis 16.00 Uhr, 8 Stunden auf dem Alexanderplatz – zwischen Ausgang U2 (vor Saturn am Alex) und dem Brunnen der Völkerfreundschaft mit Matthias Krause, Patrick Gardener.

Ihr seid/Wir sind eingeladen! bringt/nehmt Ideen, Essen/Trinken, Picknickutensilien, Arbeitsergebnisse, Meinungen, große Kartoffeln und alte Tageszeitungen mit Stellenanzeigen und Tischdecken zum bedrucken mit!

Wir machen Kartoffeldruck statt Leistungsdruck!

Wir recyclen Stellenanzeigen zu Einwegtellern!

Die Arbeitswelt scheint sich im permanenten Ausnahmezustand zu befinden. Die einen sind arbeitslos, die anderen müssen massenhaft unbezahlte Überstunden ableisten alle müssen flexibel sein und allzeit bereit, eben 24 Stunden am Tag, "24" wie der Titel der amerikanischen Fernsehserie (2001-2010) lautet, bei der es um Terrorbekämpfung geht. Ausgehend von Fassbinders Fernsehserie aus den 70ern, 8 Stunden sind kein Tag, wollen wir an die positive Vorstellung anknüpfen, dass eine Gesellschaft sich mit Hilfe kritischer Einzeldenker_innen praktisch verwandeln lässt – gesetzt den Fall bezahlte Arbeit nimmt nicht mehr Zeit in unserem Leben ein als 8 Stunden am Tag.

Discursive Picnic_8 Stunden sind kein Tag findet statt im Rahmen der Kampagne "/unvermittelt", von workstation, Ideenwerkstatt Berlin e. V. die von der österreichischen Künstlergruppe Wochenklausur gegründet wruden. Im Rahmen der Ausstellung /unvermittelt findet ein reenactment der Kartoffeldruckwerkstatt in der Neuen Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst statt am 16. 01. 2008 – /unvermittelt - für einen Arbeitsbegriff jenseits von Überarbeitung und Mangel. Praxen, Techniken, Spielräume.






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2008 / 07 / 20 – 3 PM

 

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UNWETTER presenta/presents/präsentiert
nell'ambito di/on the occasion of/anlässlich von SUMMER DRAFTS
20.07.08 Discursive Picnic_Prati del Talvera, 2 - 6 pm
v/noi siete/siamo invitati! portate/scambiate idee, cibo/bevande!
we/you are invited ! take/bring ideas, drinks/foods!
sie/wir sind eingeladen! bringen/nehmen Sie Ideen, Essen/Trinken mit!
Znerenti a: / on the topic:/ zum thema:
non/academic knowledge production
informal artistic and urban experimentation, self-organisation, casual aggregation and participation

 

UNWETTER è un collettivo di artisti/e, curatori/trici, attivisti/e e teorici/he che invitano a Picnic Discorsivi, sviluppando processi di scambio reciproco, combinando contesti disparati. UNWETTER sind KünstlerInnen, KuratorInnen, AktivistInnen und TheoretikerInnen, die als Basisformat für ihre Arbeit Diskursive Picknicks vorschlagen. Damit verbinden sie verschiedene Kontexte und stellen einen fortlaufenden Prozess des wechselseitigen Austausches her / UNWETTER is a collective of artists, curators, activist and theorists, that uses the Discursive Picnic as basic format to develop processes of reciprocal exchange. Lungomare Gallery / via Rafensteinweg 12, 39100 Bolzano-Bozen, Italy / T +39 0471 053636 /

www.summerdrafts.wordpress.com / www.lungomare.org / MANIFESTA7 / info{at}lungomare.org /
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2007 / 11 / 15 – 7 pm

Do, 15.11. 2007 Crosskick Academy Berlin: 3 pm, Getrud Sandqvis (head of the Malmø Art Academy): Spaces of art and knowledge production; 5 pm, Discursive Picnic; 7 pm, lecture by Iris Dressler and Hans D. Christ: Ways of working;





The 2007 Almanac of Political Art

Following an open call for A4 contributions to the first Almanac of Political Art, over 80 people responded from all over the world with images, statements, drawings and projects. During a live editing day on 30 June 2007 at the Austrian Cultural Forum, London, Sophie Hope, three guest editors (Leigh French, Adam Jeanes and Simona Nastac), a production team (Valentina Gottardi, Ann Harezlak and Lucy Parker) and a live participating audience discussed the contributions and compiled as many copies of the Almanac as they could on the day. Every contributor received a copy and now the Almanac is available for download!

http://www.reunionprojects.org.uk/SeasonsCrop.html)


We/you are invited to social mental environmental,
a 3 day workshop-conference at the initiative for contemporary art and communication, Sparwasser HQ, Berlin
and Interkultureller Garten Neukölln, Interkultureller Garten Friedrichhain-Kreuzberg und Rosa Rose.

July 30 – August 2, 2007

http://socialmentalenvironmental.net/)
http://www.sparwasserhq.de/indexENG.htm)
http://www.free-soil.org/index.php?post_id=681&cat_id_rel=21&feat=1



THE third annual alt.SPACE FESTIVAL, took place in July 2007 in and around London, in host venues as well as in public space. Within the context of an overall engagement with the notion of 'the revolutionary & the radical' the festival was an attempt to highlight the increasing number of self-organized collaborative structures that operate within the field of cultural production, particularly those that explicitly address issues of collectivity and collective learning as an alternative to institutional research and educational structures.

http://www.altspace.info/blog/archives/26


2007 / 06 / 23 – 3 PM

On the Peri-ferry: Discursive Riverside Picnic at the Hinterland project in Nottingham. On Sunday 24 June 2007 at 3 pm.

A Hinterland seminar day was scheduled one day prior at the Lakeside Arts Centre with an introduction by the curator Jennie Syson and lectures by Nicholas Alfrey – Professor of Art History at Nottingham University, Curator of Trentside at Djanogly Gallery 2004, Catherine Hemelryk – Curator CAC Vilnius, CAC/SMC TV, UNWETTER, Isabel Vasseur – Director ArtOffice, Londo, John Newling – Artist (Chatham Vines) + Professor of Installation Sculpture at Nottingham Trent University as well as a Bulletin of regional public arts projects from local venues and individuals.

http://www.hinterlandprojects.com/unwetter




 





2007 / 05 / 06 – 12 pm


Discursive Picnic
_Mauerpark, Berlin on the 6th of May from 12:00 – 16:00: Reclaim the commons! As part of a series of urban greening projects - rethinking public land-use, initiated by workstation Ideenwerkstatt Berllin e. V.

in cooperation with:
www.landnahme.de

www.mauerpark.info
www.kulturpflanzen.info
www.kunst-stoffe-berlin.de

2007 / 04 / 17 – 3 PM


Discursive Picnic_
Potsdamer Platz

On April 17, 2007 a Discursive Picnic as symbolic land grab with Vokü at Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, was the final destination of a demonstration on the International day for action of La Via Campesina, the international network for small scale farmers, landless, indigenous, and women organizations:

2:30 pm subway stop Mohrenstraße: meeting for the demonstration with giant puppets to the Ministry of Food,
Agriculture and Consumer Protection and to the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.

4:30 Potsdamer Platz: symbolic land grab with Vokü and Discursive Picnic, for everybody to contribute to, films and infos.

The action day will conclude in a film evening with discussion about land conflicts in KATO Kulturbahnhof in Kreuzberg (subway stop Schlesiches Tor).

http://www.viacampesina.org




2006

Discursive Ringbahn_Picnic, Berlin, Picnic on Berlin's circle-line and its periferry. In cooperation with, amongst others. "C.CRED" [Collective CREative Dissent] now called "the alt.SPACE Network".

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2007 / 11 / 26 - 3 pm

Satellite Picnics_Vilnius
, Tales of the Travel Journal vol. I
Center of Contemporary Art Vilnius, Sunday 26 November, 2 pm, in collaboration with CAC TV









http://www.cac.lt/en.php/exhibitions/future/catherine/tales_from_the_travel_journal_vol_i/2957
http://www.undo.net/cgi-bin/undo/pressrelease/pressrelease.pl?id=1164484176&day=1163718000

 


UNWETTER lecture at 'meet the collectives, neunplus, Berlin (UNWETTER talked for the first time ever on its uses of photography: How to use a picture not as end, but as a means. How to connect different sites, moments and forms of production through photography. How photography functions in a group's practice that is not a 'photographers collective' etc. If you had joined us you could have taken some pictures!)

http://www.neunplus.com/collective.htm

2007 / 10 / 01 – 3 PM


UN
WETTER - Discursive Picnic_Emergency Room, Galerie Olaf Stüber, Berlin, 1 Oktober, 3 pm




Over the cause of several days UNWETTER kept arranging the news and objects that came floating into the EMERGENCY ROOM on its "research plane"

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(TRYOUT/RESEARCHPLANE)


Sparwasser HQ presents:

"Curating Degree Zero Archive"
A Series of Evening Talks and Performed Recommendations Written by Joel Mu

17. September, 2006 Ulrike Solbrig (UNWETTER) and Astrid Mania

http://www.sparwasserhq.de/Index/HTMLsep5/program.htm


2006 / 04 / 05 – 12:30 pm


Discursive Picnic_
ires and Rosa Rose "The event will take place on 5th of April at 12.30pm under the canopies near the Rosehill Garden Studios, Woodlane Campus, University College Falmouth, and at the communita project, Rosa Rose in Berlin-Friedrichshain (13:30). UNWETTER will connect to the Internet via freifunk.net. With the use of wireless connection and iChat facilities participants in Falmouth and Berlin will be able to discuss, mix ideas and thoughts about curating, production and distribution of art in urban and non-urban public spaces, outside or within institutions.

With the use of wireless connection and iChat facilities participants of Open Research Meeting in Falmouth and UNWETTER group in Berlin will be able to discuss, mix ideas and thoughts about curating, production and distribution of art in urban and non-urban public spaces, outside or within the institutions.

This Discursive Picnic was organized by iRes Research Assistant Magda Tyzlik-Carver as part of her ongoing research into new models of curating, and was technically supported by iRes technologist Tim Shear with the help of students on MA Interactive Art & Design at University College Falmouth.




http://www.rosarose-garten.net/en/home
www.ires.org.uk
http://www.ires.org.uk/events/open_unwetter.php
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”´Discursive Picnic´ - "Collective Curating in an Extended Field” – lecture at " Collective Curating " Aarhus Denmark

"Walk-Talk-Eat-TalkSomeMore" Experimental Hybrid, April 2006
Co-organized by: C.CRED & BASEKAMP

Walk-Talk-Eat-TalkSomeMore is a multi-city, multi-day project in and between London, Philadelphia, Chicago, New York, Malmö, Portland,
Stockholm, Tallinn, Berlin and San Francisco. The project is an experimental hybrid of similar work by Ccred & the 16 beavergroup
(Counter Cartographies, Alt.Space), BASEKAMP & The Institute for Advanced Architecture (Evident Use), 0009 (platial) and the Bureau of
Research into Post Autonomy.

The idea behind this series of events is to link a number of different cities in a critical dialogue around the very lose notion of "post-autonomy" and the more specific theme: how can we construct a practice in the discursive space of post-autonomy?

The program includes three interlinked components: a collective counter.cartography walk through our different contexts; an alt.space meal (supper, dinner, luncheon) taking place in our different cities and linking us through the questions we pose to one another; and a concluding discussion taking the form of a web-cast linking us in real-time dialogue.

Participating groups / cities: 0009 / Portland http://www.0009.org
16Beavergroup / New York http://www.16beavergroup.org/)
Anabela Zigova / New York
BASEKAMP / Philadelphia http://www.basekamp.com/)
Bureau for Research into Post-Autonomy / London http://www.postautonomy.co.uk
Ccred / London http://www.altspace.info
Center for Getting Ugly / Tampa http://www.commonplacesproject.org/forum3/upload
Felicity Coleman / Melbourne
Institute for Advanced Architecture / New York office http://www.advancedarchitecture.or)
Lumpen / Chicago http://www.lumpen.com
Mess Hall / Chicago http://www.messhall.org/
Red 76 / San Francisco http://www.red76.com
Signal / Malmo http://www.signal-galleri.org
UNWETTER / Berlin http://www.un-wetter.net
Visual Arts Dept, Kennesaw University / Atlanta http://www.kennesaw.edu/visual_arts/BIOs/moore.shtml
Actually ongoing: http://platial.com/map/BASEKAMP-s-WALK-TALK-EAT-TALK/3024

2005 / 10 / 30 – 3 PM

Discursive Picnic_
on the margins of the 50-years-documenta conference, 30. Oktober 2005

Publikation: documenta zwischen Inszenierung und Kritik - 50 Jahre documenta, (Hg.) von Stengel, Karin / Radeck, Heike / Scharf, Friedhelm, Hofgeismar 2007 http://www.buchhandel.de/detailansicht.aspx?isbn=978-3-89281-252-4

2005 / 10 / 04 – 3 PM


NGBK hosts UNWETTER/UNWETTER hosts NGBK

On invitation of Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst e.V. UNWETTER presents the running exhibition project of NGBK at the zweiten BerlinerKunstsalon: Martha Rosler, Put on your Blue Genes and Gated Communities as well asUNWETTER-equipement in a temporary installation.

Please join Berlin based UNWETTER for Discursive Picnics with: FOOD/SHARING improvised events in the style of a potluck.You/we are invited to bring your own materials, food, ideas to shareand exchange and records to play.

Oct. 2, 3 pm: Discursive Picnic_New Meaning with New Meaning (Ebba Moi, Gry Ulrischsen) and Ingrid Book & CarinaHedén from Oslo.

With "The Field/O Campo" Ingrid Book & Carina Hedèn introduced urban agriculture as a potential form of a "future archive" at the 26th Bienal deSão Paulo . They will hand out the centerpiece of their Bienal-contribution, the newspaper "News from the Field".

The magazine NEW MEANING is a plattform for people who recently migrated to Norway to reflect their experiences. New Meaning launched their internet radio in September

Oct. 4, 8 pm, films from the UNWETTER-Box are presented as part of NGBK's daily program. Amongst others:

Lenka Clayton (Great Britain, 2005, 3.47 min, DVD, ) A video to "Nigella, George, Tony and Me" by Matthew Herbert from thealbum Plat du Jour: A tank rolls over a picnic blanket, upon which liesa reconstuction of the meal which had been prepared by British TV chef Nigela Lawson. It was originally prepared for the occaision of President Bush`s visit to England to thank Tony Blair for his support during the Iraq Conflict. As a backdrop is an image of the two warlords in the mud accompanied by a brutal Industiral-Techno soundtack."

No land! No house! No vote! Voices from the Housing Struggle Cape Town (Germany/SouthAfrica, 2005, 35 Min , DVD) This film features community activities in different townships in Cape town. Ella Haide prents this 'video newsletter' on the recent struggles that she produced in cooperation with Ali Vorbrugg and Indimedia South Africa.

ORANGE FARM WATER CRISIS (South Africa/Holland, 2003, 15 min, DVD ). Following the assassination of a 61 year old woman activist from the Orange Farm Crisis Committee, video activist from around the world expose the methods for water privatisation in Orange Farm, one of the poorest townships in South Africa. Inrtoduciton by one of the procuers: Amerigo.

Oct. 5, 3 pm: Discursive Picnic_workstation freifunk with Frauke Hehl, workstation Ideenwerkstatt,Berlin e. V. and Jürgen Neumann, from http://www.freifunk.net, which connects WLAN computers to a wireless-clowd, everybody can join.

workstation Ideenwerkstatt Berlin e.V. was founded as an intervention of the artist-collective WochenKlausur in the spring of 1998 and percieves itself as a plattform for societal and social experiments.

Glashaus der Arena, Eichenstr. 4, Berlin Stand 25





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(Ella von der Haide http://eine-andere-welt-ist-pflanzbar.urbanacker.net/25-0-ella-von-der-haide.html)
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(--> Review, Jan Kedves, TAZ: "Mit Berlin geht der Picknickkorb durch")
(--> http://www.aarhus.nu/reportage/05-10-14.html)


UNWETTER Lecture_Mobility, Mobility ­ Art in the Urban Environment, Urban Intervention workshop - MOBILITY in Liverpool, September 2005 coordinated by Cecilia Anderson, WERK http://www.ruc.com/werk Workshop, 2 ­ 3 September, Liverpool, England. The workshop looked for possible strategies for working in a constantly changing urban environment.

The alt.SPACE Festival 2005, UNWETTER Lecture_Phylogenesis ­ operacija:grad, The alt.SPACE Free Bar: Operation: City / Urban Festival, ex-factories Badel and Gorica, Zagreb, Croatia. Organised by C.CRED [Collective CREative Dissent] now called the alt.SPACE Network, based in London.
http://www.altspace.info/blog/archives/12
http://www.hurbanfestival.hr


Knowledge Lab, Festival IN TRANSIT, Haus der Kulturen der Welt/House of World Cultures, Berlin, Germany



2005

Discursive Picnic_Situation, Situation: Collaborations, Collectives and Artists Networks from Sydney Singapore Berlin, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney



Curating Degree Zero Archive ­ Touring exhibition of an expanding archive, participation since Lüneburg, Germany
http://www.curatingdegreezero.org/)


Presentation at Sparwasser HQ )

2004/12/18

Discursive Picnic_INTERVENING THE URBAN VOID, PSWR Amsterdam, Netherlands

You are, we are invited to join the DISCURSIVE PICINC at Public Space With A Roof - on the floor, on the blanket. Be a guest, be a host. IDEAS. FOOD. TALK. Bring, give, take, share : food + thought. UNWETTER is an international, Berlin based group of artists, curators, critics, theorists and activists. The most important goal of UNWETTER's work is knowledge production in and about the drastic world-changes brought about by the process of globalization. UNWETTER brings together artistic, theoretical and political practice. We operate in public space as well as in an art context. We cooperate with local initiatives and establish temporary situations (picnics, walks, camps, etc.), which connect strands of research and streams of knowledge. http://people.freenet.de/unwetter

PRESENTATIONS Universal Embassy Universal Embassy highlights the urgent situation of 'personnes sans papiers' (people without papers), and tries to help them overcome their social isolation. In 2001 the former Somalian Embassy in Brussels was squatted by 'personnes sans papiers' after Somalia lost state-status as a result of severe civil war in that country. Universal Embassy brings together individuals who suffer the discrimination of not belonging to a nation. Universal Embassy appoints its own diplomats and produces its own Universal passports. Mohamed Benzaouia is the first person to obtain a Belgian passport through the Universal Embassy, and he will tell his and the Embassy's story. Mohamed Benzaouia and Kobe Matthys presented the Universal Embassy, Brussels. http://www.universal-embassy.be

C.CRED: Ola Stahl, Kajsa Thelin and Carl Lindh What is a network? What are the potentials and limits of the network as a mode of artistic production? What are the possibilities, problems and limits encountered when working politically as an artist in the city? C.CRED CREative Dissident is a London-based artist collective that maps critical art-practices, initiatives and individuals in the counter/cartography project. In Intervening the Urban Void C.CRED used a mobile workstation to organize meetings in public spaces in the city where you could discuss, question and exchange ideas, accompanied by music, hot wine and screenings. The meetings were followed by journeys around the city based on sites identified during the discussion. These meetings and journeys then formed a part of our archive and the expanding counter/cartographies of the project. C-CRED presented the Counter Cartography Archive including the materials collected in Amsterdam.


http://alterfin.net/congress/sica/pswar5.html
http://pswar.org/projects/intervening-the-urban-void/events/part-3/


2004 10/8/2004 10/6/2004 10/7/2004 10/5/2004

Discursive Camping _Dwelling on the move Liverpool Biennial Independants 04, Liverpool, England

bring, give, take, share food, thought, projects
5 Oct, 4 - 7 pm, in front of Blue Bluecoat Arts Center, School La_on nutrition
7 Oct, 4 - 7 pm, at Hamilton Sq., Birkenhead_on migration and transport
6 Oct, 4 - 7 pm, at Jamaica St./Greenland St._on gentrification
8 Oct, 2 - 5 pm, at Magnet Club, 43 Hardman St._on sound, systems and music

we offer an off road programm for everyone. After arriving at a Discursive Camping site, dwelling on the move unpacks and unfolds a setting between tents, carpets, camping furniture. Discursive Camping interacts with each specific site where it takes place, collecting materials and opinions and presenting, discussing and dealing with projects (in video, audio, paper or other formats). We invite local groups as well as contributions from other parts of the world. It's a potluck, where everyone is both guest and host at the same time. Together we will think, drink, eat, speak, play and work within the contingent meterological, social, cultural etc. conditions and influences that my occur. After a while things will be re-packed again and the caravan will move on to the next stop on the tour.

WE/YOU ARE INVITED Please join us






Press relase: http://www.undo.net/cgi-bin/undo/pressrelease/pressrelease.pl?id=1096891572&day=1096927200


2004


Discursive Camping
_Dwelling on the move ­ Center of Contemporary Art ROSEUM, Malmø, Sweden including a night of sleeping in the ROSEUM entrance hall.

Gentrified_Discursive Picnic Malmø

In Malmö from the 13th to the 15th of August 2004 we will take up a model which was put into practice during the Gujarat conflict in New Delhi in 2002: For at least two weeks, day and night, artists, musicians, intellectuals opened up a location in a public space, next to an arterial road, for contributions of all kinds.

DISCURSIVE CAMPING - dwelling on the move, will set up its tents for the first time, in an off road situation in the city space of Malmø, from the 13th to 14th of August, and on the 15th in the Rooseum, the local Center of Contemporary Art. It will take up and continude the multiple threads and practices that emerged around the DISCURSIVE PICNICS held in Kassel, Vienna, Belgrade, Malmö, Berlin and Oslo since 2002.

The DISCURSIVE PICNIC as well as the DISCURSIVE CAMPING work as a potluck, where everybody is both guest and host at the same time. In Malmö we will invite local groups as well as contributions from other parts of the world. There will be space for presentations, concerts, video screenings, games - theoretical and practical, seductive and dry - whatever comes up. Our aim is to open up a situation for both spontaneous and thoroughly elaborated contributions where visitors, guests, or the public become actors, performers, hosts, then listeners and audience again, in continuously changing roles.

People need only arrive from different directions and unpack what they have brought along. We don't expect a sophisticated, harmonious order of events to level out difference. Perhaps what results will be more like a stumbling over spontaneously arising melodies, clashes and narratives. Blankets, food and drinks are always welcome.

WE/YOU ARE: INVITED! Please join us.

Examples of what will be presented within DISCURSIVE CAMPING: I LOVE MY INDIA: This video is set against the backdrop of genocide against the minority Indian Muslim community in the state of Gujarat (starting Feb 2002). It takes place (one year after the genocide) at a popular public recreational space, that of the 'balloon target shooting'. The text I LOVE MY INDIA acts as a catalyst and the board as an interface screen within the visual space, through which larger concepts of religion, national identity, self & community are mitigated. It's performance set within the recreation & violence in the everyday while drawing comments on the world's 'largest democracy'. The responses are sometimes hilarious and often apathetic. Culminating in a sense of loss, of a perceived nationhood and a love for home. (Tejal Shah video 10 min)

THE PAVILION - a movable installation as a space to dwell on THE PAVILION unfolds its space between flexible architectural elements which host material collections as connections to other theoretical, historical and geographical fields and seductive interfaces like the offer of free tea, table tennis or a party. An assemblage of the VIDEO ATLAS will be the focus of attention of the installations in Malmö. During her fieldtrips in the last years, Dorothee Albrecht collected video-statements from groups, projects, collectives, all exploring non-academic or marginal areas of knowledge production. These include small try-outs, soft and delicate attempts, convincing and very professional strategies to build up own methods and channels, to challenge hegemonic world views. (Dorothee Albrecht)

The Art(s) of HÔTE investigates the in/distinction of guest and host-states that are named by the French word l’hôte. (Duchamp: ‘a guest + a host = a ghost’). The project DRESS - THE SEASONS 1: Theory_to_go covers terrain from weatherconditions to processes of self-organization that come as fashions (Art of HÔTE-t-shirts, “I AM YOUR GHOST”-wearables, candy wraps).

Everything in the world is doomed to decompose The project compares the production, harvest and transport of imported and autochthonous vegetables and makes their decompostition processes visible. How do differences, produced within a globalised economy, (de)materialize? (Benno Gammerl)

A video work that will document the new flourishing of small scale farming in Berlin. It can be seen as an example of a world wide phenomenon of initiatives dealing with the economic crisis by being productive and forming social networks as well as building a public platform for cultural integration and exchange. (Ulrike Solbrig)

Time to Market / Das Wetter erklären The project explores methods for the valuation of knowledge and information in the capitalist society. The re-organisation of knowledge in the global knowledge-based economy and its understanding of value-production: wealth of nations/weather of nations. (Jole Wilcke)

List of the participants: Dorothee Albrecht, Mattias Arvastsson, Philipp Ekardt, Benno Gammerl, Anke Haarmann, Farida Heuck, Andrea Melloni, Emmanuel Nyberg, Miguel Rothschild, Simon Sheikh, Ira Schneider, Tejal Shah, David Sickinger, Ulrike Solbrig, Jole Wilcke, Christine Wolfe, Elena Zanichelli and further people and groups from Malmö and its surroundings.








Spontaneous leep over in the entrance hall of the ROSEUM

"Discourse and Slumber Parties", in: New York Arts Magazine;
PRESSMEDDELANDE FRÅN ROOSEUM)

Discursive Picnic_Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland


2004/04/03


Discursive Picnic
_Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin North invited by Sparwasser HQ, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum of Contemporary Art , 3 April 2004, Berlin, Germany




Old Habits Die Hard - 50 videos selected by 50 artist-run-spaces and collectives a project by Sparwasser HQ

Old Habits Die Hard, Fifty artist-run spaces and artist's networks were invited by the organizers, to submit what they considered the best video art work they have encountered, 'their favorit video work'. The Old Habits Die Hard locates and maps international artist's collectives and networks operating today. This collection-based project presents cultural territories formed by expanded artistic practices, territories that surface as alternatives to mainstream exhibition and distribution channels. Old Habits Die Hard is organized in nine video programs that each feature between three to ten videos and run for approximately one hour. The video programs will be screened at Trafo during a two-week period.

50 videos, selected by 50 international artists-run spaces and collectives spaces/collectives:
16 Beaver (New York) AIT (Tokyo) AV-ARKKI (Helsinki) Blue Oyster Gallery (Dunedin, New Zealand) bordercartograph (France) Capri (Berlin) Cubitt (London) Cuckoo (Aotearoa, New Zealand) Enjoy (Welllington, New Zealand) FAMEFAME (Toronto) Floating ip (Manchester) Fournos (Athens, Greece) Galleri Hlemmur (Iceland) Generator (Dundee, Scotland) Glowlab (New York) G.U.N, Galleri Uten Navn (Oslo) le forum itnárant (Strasbourg) Instant Coffee (Toronto) Kings (Melbourne) Mercer Union (Toronto, Canada) Message Salon (Zürich) Norwich Gallery (Norwich) O2 (Akureyri, Iceland) offspace (Vienna) P74 (Ljubljana) PAS (Prague) Planet 22 (Genf) Platform (Vaasa, Finland) Program Angels / lothringer13 (Muenchen) Monochrom (J. Grenzfurthner/ L. Sauermann), >projektgruppe< (Hamburg) Raid Projects (Los Angeles) RAIN (Los Angeles) rum46 (Aarhus, Denmark) S1 Artspace (Sheffield, UK) Sauna (Stockholm) Signal (Malmø, Sweden) s-m-p (Marseille, France) Sparwasser HQ (Berlin) Switchspace (Glasgow) The Danger Museum (Oslo / Tokyo / Singapore) The Deste Foundation (Athens) The Dirt Palace (Provience, USA) THE SWOLLEN PLATFORM (Berlin) The Western Front (Vancouver) Transmission (Glasgow) United Net-Works (Stockholm) Unwetter (Berlin) VIDEOART CENTER (Tokyo) Videotage (Hongkong) West Space (Melbourne)

Video Künstlern/ Artist: Art Oriént Objet, Avi Mograbi, Meiro Koizumi, Hanna Hasslahti, Teresa Andrew, Vassiliea Stylianidou, Klaus Weber, Tessa Laird, Xander Marro, Amy Howden-Chapman, Daniel Borins, Tim Etchells & Hugo Glendinning, George Cazenove, Nikos Giavropoulos, Henriette Pedersen, Markmid, Rebecca Milling, Lee Walton, Kevin Schmidt, Robin Hel, Kika Thorne, Selina Trepp, Francis Lamb, Finnur Arnar, Gernot Wielan, Saso Vrabic, Jesper Alvaer, Horten, Marcus Lerviks, monochrom (J. Grenzfurthner/ L. Sauermann), Ivan Yegoroff/ Alexander Podoprigorov, Tim Braden, Rachel Mayeri, Morten Larsen, t c Mccormack, Cecilia Lundqvist, Natalie Djurberg, Tere Recarens, Deborah Ligorio, Craig Mulholland, Ann Elise Pettersen/ Anne Berit Nedland, Morgan Showalter, Kristen Smith, Duncan Campbell, Ola Pehrson, Ingrid Molnar, Masayuki Kawai, Ellen Pau, Dominic Redfern, Nicole Raufeisen + Ryan Witt

"Old habits die hard" is an exhibition-in-progress, where artists-run spaces and collectives around the world are invited to participate. By utilising existing networks, spaces and collectives are asked to select an artist video, which will become part of the exhibition. "Old habits die hard" can be seen as a necessary trigger for updating audiences about the presence and work of these spaces and collectives. In line with our work at Sparwasser HQ, "Old habits die hard" seeks to connect people and platforms together for exhibition opportunities and peer support, in a bid to be less dependent on insitutional situations offered by museums and cultural bodies. "Old habits die hard" relies on the context of how these artist-run spaces and collectives exist and how they select the video. This would inevitably express the content building process, that will be evident within the exhibition.

http://1995-2015.undo.net/it/mostra/20968
http://www.kunstaspekte.de/sparwasser-hq-old-habits-die-hard-2004-03
Sparwasser HQ, Berlin, Germany, 30 September to 29 November 2003
Norwich Gallery 15 January to 14 February 2004
Kunstnernes Hus Olso Norway 6 February to 12 March 2004
Platform Garanti Contemporary Art Center http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/42765/sparwasser-hq/
Trafó Budapest http://trafo.hu/en-US/program_646
Art in General http://www.artingeneral.org/events/480




2003/09/28 – 3 pm

From September 28th – 30th, Unwetter will be in G. U. N.. The opening reception will be held on Sunday September 28th at 3 pm. with a Discursive Picnic, to which we invite all to bring food and refreshments. It will be followed by a film evening.

On Monday you are welcome to join us at 3 pm for an Unwetter Walk_Oslo.
Under the term Unwetter artists, activists and theorists work together at non-academic knowledge production. The catalyst for this was the one year long Ideas Lab and Thinking and Doing Documenta, Sarat Maharaj offered as part of his guest professorship tenure at Humboldt University, Berlin, in 2001 and 2002. Like an „Unwetter“, global upheavals swirl around the knowledge systems that previously where in place. This opens up spaces that we stroll through and investigate. Interrelationships between individuals, projects, ideas and material of all kinds are worked on in an experimental mode. In shifting formations, from one, to five, to one hundred (networks), we proceed through practical and theoretical means. Different project threads develop. The resulting material is collected in boxes.

The basic format of Unwetter is the Discursive Picnic which connects different contexts into an ongoing process of reciprocal exchange. the Discursive Picnic functions as a potluck, where everybody is both guest and host at the same time. We arrive, we unpack the Unwetter-Thermobox, we exchange, alter, repack and move on in different directions, to meet somewhere again.







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2003
UNWETTER_Sparwasser HQ, Berlin, Germany
Discursive Picnic_Sparwasser HQ, Berlin, Germany




(Press release: http://www.undo.net/cgi-bin/undo/pressrelease/pressrelease.pl?id=1063298248&day=1063317600)
(Review, TAZ, "Das Chaos des Wissens")


UNWETTER Walk_Hike to the East, Hohenschönhausen, Berlin, Germany

Commodified_Parasitic Picnic, am Weinbergsweg, Berlin

Discursive Picnic_Landschaftspflegehof e. V
Berlin

Discursive Picnic_Dis-positiv Dis-positiv Staatsbank Berlin

UNWETTER_Walk From the Grave of Hegel to Tegel, Berlin


2002


UN
WETTER_Summer-of-2002-Tour:

- Wiener Secession, Vienna, Austria
- Real Presence, Museum of 25th May (Museum of National History of Yugoslavia),
- Belgrade, Yugoslavia, Discursive Picnic_Belgrade



- Discursive Picnic_Critical Studies, Academy of Fine Arts, Malmö, Sweden

2002 / 06 / 11 am

Discursive Picnic
_Documenta11 Karlsaue, June 8, 11 am, Kassel, Germany

2001
UNWETTER came out of Sarat Maharaj's Ideas Lab