SHAMANISTIC CULTIVATION CAMP
ACT 5: NOMENRATURE
RADIKAL UNSICHTBAR Centre for Collective Learning and Radical Listening
Installation / Performance CLAUDIA LOMOSCHITZ (DE/AUT)
Workshop / Radio performance HANAN BENAMMAR (DZ/FR/NO)
In the performative installation piece Shamanistic Cultivation Camp by Austrian artist Claudia Lomoschitz, based in Hamburg and Vienna, we will listen to exotic plants and fruits, exploring the ethical borders of inter-organical relationships. Is it possible to force a plant to read the latin alphabeth? Is it acceptable to keep an ananas trapped in a plastic bag?
Through the work-and-title-in-progress lexicon Desert Bærbær we will investigate Hamburg's colonial history in the workshop NOMENRATURE by French/Algerian Oslo-based artist Hanan Benammar. The workshop participants are invited to join a collective artistic research and to perform an experimental radio play together, which will be sent live through Radio FSK. The title of the workshop is a neologism of the words Nomen (lat.: name) and Rature (fr.: to cross out words with a horisontal line) referring to Nomenclature (br.: system of names).
OPENING / PERFORMANCE / ARTIST TALK
Friday 13th of January 2017 19.00 - 23.00
Artist talk w. Hanan Benammar and Claudia Lomoschitz 20.00 - 21.30
LIVE RADIO SHOW @ Radio FSK
Thursday 12th of January 2017 14.00 - 16.00
93.0 FM, 101,4 Kabel, www.fsk-hh.org/livestream
Saturday 14th of January 2017 12.00 - 18.00
Sunday 15th of January 2017 12.00 - 18.00
Radikal Unsichtbar is a series of workshops, lectures, writings and collective exhibitions focussing on contemporary sound art and the act of listening in relation to community and society. Central for every ACT is a workshop conducted by sound artists based in Scandinavia. The collective workshop process is exhibited among related works by local artists. Radikal Unsichtbar is based in Gängeviertel in Hamburg.
Radikal Unsichtbar ACT 5: NOMENRATURE is presented in collaboration with Radio FSK (Freies Sender Kombinat), Museum für Völkerkunde Hamburg and Raum Linksrechts in Gängeviertel, and is kindly supported by Hamburger Kulturbehörde, Nordic Culture Fund and Danish Art Council.