We build an educational system which consists of politically motivated and artistic initiatives for sharing knowledge, and of proposals by thinkers who see education as decisive for social change. Texts, documentations, manifestos and sketches of educational models are united in a Symposion entitled: The School of Everything. The Symposion takes place in both Kassel and Athens. We shift from learning to sharing. We decriminalize sharing because we would like to enjoy the pleasure of giving. We liberate ourselves from the strictures of “Homo Sapiens”, a construct imposed upon life. We will transform the educational system of Europe.
KMMN of Kunsthochschule Kassel, Franz-Ulrich Str. 16, 34117 Kassel
June 11, 11 am -18:30 pm
constituitive and critical elaborations on Art-as-education
Joulia Strauss, Sotirios Bahtsetzis, Jean-Pierre Rammant, Max Spielmann, Sebastian Lütgert, Jan Gerber, Jonas Tinius, Luca Di Blasi, Vasyl Cherepanyn, Mathilde ter Heijne
June 12, 11 am -18 pm
concrete examples of alternative and reflective educational formats
Helmut Batista, Agnès Rammant-Peeters, Katja Ehrhardt, Noah Fischer, Mriganka Mudhukallya, Elad Lapidot, Arnisa Zeqo, Lindsay Parkhowell, Artur Żmijewski, Maarten Vanvolsem, Johanna Scherf, Georgia Kotretsos, Sotiris Tsiganos, Jonian Bisai, Mischa Schwab, Andrea Iten
June 13, 11 am -17 pm
The School of Everything as a continuation of Universitas. Krytyka Polityczna. Assembly for a new collective curriculum
Katja Ehrhardt, Sotirios Bahtsetzis, Joulia Strauss, Ahmad Alkhatieb, Sebastian Schäfer, Judith Holzer, Constantinos Amvrosiadis, Paul B. Preciado
Parko Eleftherias, Athens Municipality Arts Center and Museum of Anti-dictatorial and Democratic Resistance
12 – 2pm workshop with Sanchayan Ghosh, artist and educator, Santiniketan (please, see description below)
2– 2:30pm Break for a Masala Chai with Junaid Baloch
2:30 – 5:30pm Workshop 2 „Other Internets“Nie wieder Copyright: A Short History of Online Piracy with Jan Gerber, Sebastian Lütgert (Pirate Cinema, Berlin, Bombay (please, see description below)
5:30 – 7pm Break
7 – 7:30pm Joulia Strauss (Avtonomi Akadimia, Athens), Sotirios Bahtsetzis (AthenSYN, Berlin, Athens)
7:30 – 8pm Jonas Tinius, CARMAH/Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
8:15 – 8:30pm Break
8:30 – 8:50pm Tania Hron, independent scholar, Berlin
8:50 – 9:10pm Martina Schumacher, visual artist, Berlin
9:10 – 9:30pm Costantinos Amvrosiadis, 4el, Athens
9:30 – 9:45pm Q&A
12 – 2pm Workshop with Sanchayan Ghosh, artist and educator, Santiniketan (please, see description below)
2:00 – 2:30 Break for a Masala Chai with Junaid Baloch
2:30 – 5:30 Workshop with Jan Gerber, Sebastian Lütgert, Pirate Cinema, Berlin, Bombay (please, see description below)
5:30 – 7pm Break
7 – 7:30pm The School of Everything as a continuation of Universitas, and Krytyka Polityczna
Katja Ehrhardt (AthenSYN, Berlin, Athens), Joulia Strauss (Avtonomi Akadimia, Athens), Sebastian Bayse Schäfer (Berlin), Nuno Cassola Marques (Khora Athens)
7:30 – 7:45 Q&A
7:45 – 8:05pm Ioulia Mermigka, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
8:05 – 8:25pm Marco Clausen, Neighborhood Academy in Prinzessinnengarten, Berlin
8:25 – 8:45pm Raúl Hott, visual artist, Santiago de Chile, Athens
8:45 – 9:05pm Jenny Marketou, visual artist, New York, Athens
9:05 – 9:20pm Q&A
9:20 – 9:45 Arnisa Zeqo, Aneducation, documenta14
Workshop 1: Sanchayan Ghosh
Pedagogy is a form of practice that act as an interface between the individual and the collective to generate temporary community dialogues. It is a means to disperse the homogeneity of a monolithic neo liberal culture and generate a heterogeneous body of collectivism engaging with the idea of representation as a multiple reciprocal dialogical state of individual reflections.
In this respect workshop situation can initiate the process of generating a temporary community and games as a tool can generate community interaction between individual and the collective. The workshop games of Third theatre (initiated by Badal Sircar in 70s’in Kolkata, India) is a unique process where it dissolves the barrier between an observer and a performer. Everyone participating in the workshop becomes both a performer and an observer. These games can go beyond spontaneous inter personal relationship to generate possibility for intercultural encounter and engagement.
In the two day workshop we will try to explore memory as a relationship of sound, body and space through multiple games and explore the possibility of sharing knowledge in a collective collaborative situation of co-working, learning and sharing. In this context we will also exploring mirroring as a possible dialogue of reciprocality and intercultural space and conversation.
Workshop 2: Jan Gerber, Sebastian Lütgert
These days, most people on the internet don't seem to be in a very good mood. They don't know if it's Facebook fatigue or just Wikileaks hangover, they can't tell if it's an addiction or just paranoia, but something feels wrong, feels like a blur, like a constant stream of fake likes, autoupdates, behavioral tracking, micropayments, nazi spam and home deliveries, a fog of comments about comments, scandals about scandals and notifications about notifications.
So let us instead, for two days, visit other internets. They exist, they have existed long before the World Wide Web, and they will continue to exist, even in increasingly adversarial technological environments, as long as there is a need to circumvent copyright, censorship and surveillance. Most importantly, we think that it is still demonstrably exciting to not be governed when using computers and the internet.
Thursday July 6 2:30 - 5:30 PM
Nie wieder Copyright: A Short History of Online PiracyFriday July 7 2:30 - 5:30 PM
No Love Deep Web: An Amateur's Guide to the Darknet
Ahmad Alkhatieb was a student and a football player in Syria. He then participated in the revolution from its very beginning, in Homs. Sometimes he held arms and stood in checkpoints. Ahmad has made several documentaries about the situation in Syria. Currently he lives in Germany where he joined an Anti-Assad soccer team.
Constantinos Amvrosiadis started to practice Shaolin Kung Fu, as a response to the diagnosis of acute leukemia in 20016. In 2009, 2012 and 2014 studied at the monasteries of Shaolin, Wudang, FaWang and Chen Jia Gou, birthplace of Zen (Chan) and the Shaolin Martial Arts with teacher Shi Miao Dian, Shi Miao Jie, and later on with Taoist monk Yuan Xiu Gang. The abbot of the Shaolin temple, Shi Jing Shin, recognized Mr. Amvrosiadis' efforts and his contribution to the Shaolin's tradition. Constantinos was included in Shaolin's 34th generation, named Shi Yan Jing 延 延 精 meaning: essence, seed, sharp. The Shaolin monastery teachers from Wudang and his students assigned a new name for him, denoting the union of the four elements, "fire", "water", "wind" and "earth", and their matching in the arts, "Kung Fu", "Tai Chi", "Qi Gong ".
Sotirios Bahtsetzis PhD works as an art historian, independent curator and art critic, based in Athens and Berlin. He teaches at the American College of Greece. Besides art historical articles on installation art; theory of space, visual studies and methodology of art history, he contributes art theoretical articles to periodicals, such as E-flux Journal and South magazine.
Helmut Batista has studied opera direction at ESAT in France. In 1998 he founded CAPACETE which he has directed ever since. CAPACETE has produced new art works, seminars, workshops, residencies and books under its own umbrella and with collaboration with many partners and in different countries. In 2015 CAPACETE inaugurated its new one year program.
Sebastian Bayse Schäfer is a sound artist and art director. He studied Communication Design and earned an M.A. in Sound Studies at UdK Berlin. He gained the title of associate Professor at the Avtonomi Akadimia with his 2016 lecture on ‘Sound Wars’ at the Athens Biennale. He is timetravelling since 2050, mingling the revolution and synthesizers. Also he is responsible for the layout of this book.
Vasyl Cherepanyn is Head of the Visual Culture Research Center (VCRC, Kyiv) and an editor of the Political Critique magazine (Ukrainian edition). He works as a lecturer at the Cultural Studies Department of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and holds a Ph.D. in philosophy (aesthetics). Also he worked as a guest lecturer at European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, at the "Political Critique" Institute for Advanced Studies in Warsaw, Poland, and at Greifswald University, Germany. He was also a visiting fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna, Austria. In 2015, VCRC has received the European Cultural Foundation's Princess Margriet Award for Culture for its activities. Visual Culture Research Center was also the organizer of The School of Kyiv – Kyiv Biennial 2015.
Nuno Cassola Marques graduated the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto and Master degree in Contemporary Artistic Practices by the same institution, tutored by Prof. Dr. Pedro Llano Neira. He also studied at the University Hochschule Luzern – Design und Kunst, Switzerland and at the School of Communication and Arts of the University of São Paulo, Brazil. Onboard the Grande Francia freighter, he crossed the imaginary line of Ecuador in May 2012, where he could see everything on the bridge, in a small gray device. A backlit display showed several digits in countdown, converting suddenly to a rising count. Nuno Cassola Marques is a founding member of Cine Clube Ponto Aurora, based in the independent space in the center of São Paulo, Ponto Aurora and Cine Clube Khora in Athens, Greece. He currently lives in Athens.
Marco Clausen holds a Master in Historical and Political Sciences and Philosophy. In 2009 Clausen founded together with Robert Shaw the non-profit organization “Nomadisch Grün” (Nomadic Green), which aims at transforming abandoned urban spaces into social and ecological gardens. He is the co-initiator of Prinzessinnengarten: a place dedicated to urban agriculture, environmental learning, and neighborhood participation at Moritzplatz in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Clausen organized several thematic workshops and events on feeding the city, youth participation, urban resilience and urban farming in the European context. In the form of lectures, publications, participatory research, cooperations with artists and activists he contributes to the question of how our cities will face the challenges of the future. In 2015 he co-founded the Neighborhood Academy in Prinzessinnengarten, a self-organized open platform for urban and rural knowledge charing, cultural practice and activism.
Luca Di Blasi is University Lecturer in Philosophy and member of the Theological Faculty at the University of Bern in Switzerland. He studied economics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, German literature, and philosophy at the University of Vienna and earned his PhD in philosophy at the Catholic University of Eichstätt. In 2015, he habilitated in philosophy at the University of Bern. He worked as a research assistant (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) and was research fellow at the Forschungsinstitut für Philosophie Hannover from 1995-2001, post-doctoral research fellow in the project ›Mystik und Moderne‹ at the University of Siegen from 2003-2006, and Academic Assistant to the Director of the ICI Berlin from its foundation in 2007 until 2013. Since 2014, he is Associate Member of the ICI Berlin.
Luca Di Blasi’s theoretical main interest revolves around the relation between philosophy and religion: theoretical approaches to religion and the religious dimension of philosophy. Other fields of research include modern continental philosophy and media and art theory.
Katja Ehrhardt completed an M.A. specializing in Performance Theory in Anthropology and Modern and Classical Indology at the University of Heidelberg. Born and raised in Germany, she lived, studied, and worked in the United States, Japan, India, Bermuda, Thailand, Nepal, Malaysia, Israel, and Hong Kong. In Germany, she worked in research, international arts management and curation i.a. at the University of Heidelberg, at Pruess & Ochs Gallery Berlin (Asian Fine Arts), at the German Academic Exchange (DAAD), at the House of World Cultures Berlin, and at the Goethe Institute. In Athens, she built up, organized, and managed the cultural program at the Athens Centre for University programs from abroad, working together with cultural institutions and embassies in Athens. Before working with Athens, she coordinated and co-curated the cultural program of the Asia-Pacific Weeks at the Senate Chancellery Berlin and the House of World Cultures Berlin. She is the co-founder of AthenSYN, an initiative to foster the artistic collaboration with Greece with focus on German-Greek cultural exchange.
Noah Fischer works in the studio/streets/museums/stage. Long focused on a clash between the economic realities of debt, class division and financialiation with the luxury spaces and economies of art, he is the initiating member of Occupy Museums and a core member of G.U.L.F/Gulf Labor. His work also encompasses a long-term theatrical collaboration with Berlin-based andcompany&Co. His solo as well as his collaborative work is variously seen both with and without invitation at museums internationally including Occupy Museums’ recent project Debtfair at the Whitney Biennial.
Sanchayan Ghosh is an artist and educator. He lives in Santiniketan, India. Sanchayan holds a BA and MFA from Kala Bhavan, Visva Bharati University where he works as an Associate Professor at the Department of Painting. Over the years, Sanchayan has developed a participatory and socially engaged practice that usually takes place in public spaces. Through his continuous exploration he has succeeded in extending art and performance from institutional spaces to public situations. His community based engagements and site specific projects include: Incomplete Circles: Invisible Voices and Merge Emerge, among others.
Raúl Hott is a Chilean architect, artist, and educator that does work about the body, designing collective experiences for public spaces and natural environments. Raúl holds a Master of Fine Arts in New Forms from Pratt Institute. He has been particularly drawn by pedagogy, teaching in different Art and Architecture Schools since 2007. He is currently based in Athens, Greece, where he participates as a fellow resident of Capacete, a Brazilian experimental education program. To participate in this residency program, Raúl was awarded with the Motel Capacete Fellowship from Chile.
Tania Hron is an independent scholar and one of the editors of the Collected Works of Friedrich Kittler. She studied German Literature, Cultural Studies and Ethnology at Humboldt University. She later taught there at the department of Cultural Studies. She also worked as an instructor for German as a foreign language, and as a trainer for aerial acrobatics. Tania Hron worked for and with Friedrich Kittler from 2004 until his death in 2011. From 2011 to 2014 she was engaged at the Deutsche Literaturarchiv Marbach in archiving Kittler’s literary estate. In 2016 she worked as a Data Analyst in Linguistics for the Amazon Development Center.
Judith Holzer is a Berlin-based animator, author and filmmaker. She studied graphic and communication design as well as multimedia art in Austria. She develops visual and conceptional artwork for both cultural and commercial projects.
Andrea Iten is a visual artist, researcher and a lecturer at the Institute HyperWerk (University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland - Academy of Art and Design). She holds an MA in Transdisziplinarity from the Zürich University of the Arts.
Georgia Kotretsos, visual artist and researcher, holds an MFA from the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA from the Durban Institute of Technology, in KwaZulu Natal. She co-founded the five-year art project Boots Contemporary Art Space St. Louis, MO, and founded BootPrint, biannual journal made by and for artists. Her work has been presented at Onassis Art Center NV, the Asian Society NY; the 4th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art; Tinguely Museum Basel, La Kunsthalle Mulhouse; Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art Thessaloniki, at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, etc.
Elad Lapidot is a faculty member of the Freie Universität Berlin at the Institute for Philosophy. With expertise in Metaphysics, Logic, Epistemology, his focus of research is in philosophy of language and translation, Jewish Theology, Talmud Studies, practical philosophy and ethics as well as in theory of state. After graduating in Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem he finished his dissertation in 2008 at the École Doctorale du Département de Philosophie de l’Université Paris-I (Panthéon-Sorbonne) on the topic of Heidegger's Being and Time. He currently works in Berlin, teaching at the departments of Philosophy and Jewish Studies at the Freie Universität, Humboldt University, the Center for Jewish Studies Berlin-Brandenburg, and the University of Potsdam. Elad Lapidot engages in human rights workshops as well as in intercultural exchange, namely with the association Deghetto e.V.
Mriganka Madhukaillya is an artist and filmmaker, member of Desire Machine Collective. He is professor of film and new media at the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India. Since 2004, Mriganka Madhukaillya collaborates with Sonal Jain as Desire Machine Collective which employs film, video, photography, space and multimedia installation. Mriganka Madhukaillya is an initiator of Periferry, a floating educational project on the river of is on river Brahmaputra which is also known as Yarlung Tsangpo in Tibet.
Jenny Marketou is a Greek born interdisciplinary artist, art educator and cultural producer based in New York City. She has taught at Cooper Union School of Art in New York ,and currently she is a visiting artist at the School of Fine Arts (ASFA) in Athens, Greece. Marketou’s work has been widely exhibited at Artium Museum, Spain; Museum Tinguely in Basel; 1st International Biennial of Art of Cartagena de Indias, Colombia; Kumu Art Museum; 4th and 5th Athens Biennial; ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany; New Museum, New York; Biennial of Seville; Reina Sofia Museum Madrid; National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) in Athens; Biennial of Sao Paolo in Brazil, Manifesta International European Biennial.
Ioulia Mermigka was born in Stuttgart and grew up in Athens. She studied Media Arts in the University of Plymouth and did her postgraduate studies on Film and Cultural Studies in the Media Department of the University of Athens. Mermigka's interests revolve around grassroots politics, philosophy and aesthetics. Her research on Antigone resulted in a short film and an adapted with contemporary texts theater play, indicatively from J. Butler and C. Castoriades. It was performed in the Votaninkos Kipos Petroupolis, the occupied social space in the west suburbs of Athens, where she actively participated in the assembly and curated a series of no ticket screenings. Ioulia is part of kyrck kollect, a noise music band. She is a researcher and adjunct lecturer in Film and Cultural Studies in the Media Department of the University of Athens.
Lindsay Parkhowell was educated at Bard College Berlin, a liberal arts university without majors or disciplines. He is the secretary of Propaganda and Poetics for the Avtonomi Akadimia. His first first chapbook of poetry, Driftwood, will be published in 2017.
Agnès Peeters Dr Egyptology. Chair of the Association, Art without Bars During the 90ies, Mrs. Rammant-Peeters was deeply engaged with the post perestrojka art scene and ran a legendary gallery Art Kiosk in Brussels. Art Without Bars is one of her restless initiatives bringing art to the world and inventing new environments for its enfolding.
Paul B. Preciado is a philosopher, curator, and transgender activist, and one of the leading thinkers in the field of gender and sexual politics. An Honors Graduate and Fulbright Fellow, he earned an M.A. in Philosophy and Gender Theory at the New School for Social Research in New York, where he studied with Agnes Heller and Jacques Derrida. He holds a PhD in Philosophy and Theory of Architecture from Princeton University. His first book, Contra-Sexual Manifesto became a key reference for European queer and transgender activism. Paul B. Preciado is Curator of Public Programs of the documenta 14.
Jean-Pierre Rammant Dr. ir. Co-founder and director of Inter Partes Mediation. Associate professor M.I.T. (USA, 1977), professor at Leuven University College (1978-1981). Founder & managing director of SCIA (Scientific Application Group) (1974-2014). Chairman of LUCA School of Arts with campuses in Gent, Brussels, Leuven, Genk / board member at K U Leuven (University Leuven).
Mischa Schaub is a designer. From 1999 to 2017 he was the head of the Institute HyperWerk (University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland - Academy of Art and Design). From 1979-83 he gained professional experience designing watches for the company Omega. Moreover, he developed corporate identity design at Z & L, Zurich. He then worked as Managing Director of D AG. From 1983-95 he developed 13 patents. In 1988 he wrote "Creative Design Work on the Computer". He laid the foundation for HyperStudio and HyperWerk with "Code_X: Multimediales Design" (1992).
Johanna Scherf is a master student in clinical psychology in Berlin. Since 2015, she supports the initiative School for Kobanê rebuilding schools in western Kurdistan. Johanna is a humanitarian aid volunteer in Greek refugee camps and was involved in the establishment of a community center near Thessaloniki. As a collaboration of the Bildungswerk Berlin der Heinrich-Böll-Stifung and Joliba e.V., Johanna plans a conference to improve the humanitarian situation for refugees in Greece and Turkey.
Martina Schumacher is a Berlin-based conceptual painter and celebrater of the eternal festival of art. Her works explore the physical characteristics of materials and modify them according to the needs of artistic fantasy. Enormous liquid geometrical works demand scientific inquiry. Schumacher studied in London at the Royal College of Art and at UdK Berlin, where she was awarded a master of advanced studies degree. In 2016 she introduced her research at the Athens Biennale with her artist talk "Architecture of seeing- works focusing upon color and transparency." Her art work is coveted by major permanent collections including the Richard Massey Foundation for Arts and Sciences in New York, the Marli Hoppe-Ritter Collection in Germany and MONA in Tasmania.
Max Spielmann is a member of the board of the Institute HyperWerk (University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland - Academy of Art and Design) since 1999, responsible for audiovisual media and since 2015 for theory & reflection. His main areas of research are participatory media, commons and new technologies.
Joulia Strauss (the political activist supercat shaman artist in Athens) stands for a chord of artistic media, resonating in a deep bond with philosophy, technology and politics. She has founded and organizes Avtonomi Akadimia, a socio-cybernetic sculpture for an education after the era of master discourse. Strauss' works were recently presented at the Fourth Moscow Biennale, Tate Modern, London, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe. In collaboration with Peter Berz, Peter Weibel and Friedrich Kittler, she has edited a book “Gods and Writing around the Mediterranean“, Wilhelm Fink Verlag / Brill Publishers, May 2017.
Mathilde ter Heijne is a Berlin-based Dutch artist primarily working within the mediums of video, performance, and installation practices. She studied in Maastricht at the Stadsacademie (1988-1992), in Amsterdam at the Rijksacademie voor Beeldende Kunsten (1992-1994), and since 2011 has been a professor of Visual Art, Performance, and Installation at Kunsthochschule Kassel.
Ter Heijne's research based practice is founded in intersectional feminism. She shows an activist and yet similarly radical approach to art-making as a participatory process. For ter Heijne, ritual and ceremony are structures for artistic observation and potential emancipation. Ritual, historically, is where woman has both lost and gained her power.
Jonas Tinius, PhD, is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage (CARMAH, www.carmah.berlin), co-funded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and based at the Department of European Ethnology, Humboldt- Universität zu Berlin. He studied at the Universities of Münster and Cambridge (U.K.) where he completed a PhD on political theatre and self-cultivation. His current research explores how Berlin-based art institutions engage with notions of otherness through critical curatorial strategies. He is convenor of the Anthropology and the Arts Network of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (with Roger Sansi, Goldsmiths).
Sotiris Tsiganos / Ionian Bisai
Sotiris Tsiganos (b. 1992, Department of Fine and Applied Arts, UOWM) and Ionian Bisai (b. 1992, Athens School of Fine Arts) are visual artists. They work together in research based projects in subjects such as the contemporary social history, where it takes place and the communities that are excluded from it. Latent Community (ongoing) is a visual arts research project that investigates the concept of the latent community as a social condition, produced through a range of possible circumstances such as dislocation, dispossession, atypical organizational systems or a state of concealment (through choice or necessity).
Maarten Van Volsem is Master of Photography (LUCA Brussels), Researcher at Jan Van Eyck Academy (Maastricht), Ph D studies at Newcastle University, Ph Degree at Leuven University.
Dr. Maarten Vanvolsem is Vice Dean Education at LUCA (Leuven University College of Art). His artistic research is focused on the relationship between photography and time. He published “The Experience of Time in Still Photographic Image”.
Arnisa Zeqo is an art historian based in Athens. In 2011 she co-founded rongwrong, a space for art and theory in Amsterdam. Recently she was curator in residence at Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College where focused on works of art at the edge of the performative. There she wrote the conceptual essay 'Let's Spit on Szeemann'. Zeqo is part of the team of Documenta 14 in Athens as coordinator of education. She initiated the Society of Friends of Ulises Carrion within the Parlament of Bodies.
Artur Żmijewski, artist; curator.
Molotus sculpture by Joulia Strauss
Concept: Joulia Strauss
Curator of the Symposion: Sotirios Bahtsetzis
Organized by AthenSYN with Avtonomi Akadimia in documenta 14 Kassel
In collaboration with Allianz Cultural Foundation
Partners: ASFA Athens School of Fine Arts (GR), Kunsthochschule Kassel (D), LUCA School of Arts, Leuven, Brussels, Gent (B), HyperWerk Institute for Postindustrial Design, FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Basel (CH), Avtonomi Akadimia (GR), with the support of the Schwarz Foundation, Eye Square GmbH and HAECCCC, 0+865