In collaboration with
-Marjetica Potrč, artist
-Ime Essien, dancer and choreographer
-Leslie Veisse, curator
-Hochschule für bildende Künste (HFBK Hamburg)
-IUAV (the Università Iuav di Venezia)
-MSU (Michigan State University, USA)
HFBK Hamburg Students
-Konouz Saeed, Mana Stahl
HFBK Hamburg guests of the class
-Muriel Andreu (Erasmus Fine Arts student)
-Konstanze Eßmann (Experimental Design, HFBK Hamburg)
-Juli Paetzold (Konzeptdesign, HFBK Hamburg)
-Chinook Ulrich Schneider (Film department, HFBK Hamburg)
Visual Arts department at IUAV Students
-Gaetano Savio Intilla
-Matias Julian Nativo
Gaston Ramirez Feltrin
It is a three-day workshop in Venice, designed for students of HFBK Hamburg and of the Visual Arts department at IUAV. Students were guided to use movements as communication tools. The aim was to create a collective platform for imagining a future society and exploring what citizenship means to the participants and how it influences their strategies of living together.
Day 1- The Geometry of Citizenship: Participants explored citizenship through the social and spatial relationships we create in society.
Day 2 – The Collective Body: Participants used physical experience to explore coexistence by creating collective body drawings based on body movement as a communication tool.
Day 3 – Finalization: The experience was publicly shared and discussed.