Browsing: Die Linkliste zum Sufen
Im letzten Jahr sind einige neue Websites zum HFBK-Kosmos dazu gestoßen, bei anderen wiederum lohnt sich ein erneuter Besuch. Hier unsere Link-Liste:
The Cake&Cash Curatorial Collective is a feminist curatorial collective that came together in the academic year 2020/21 at HFBK. In May 2021, Cake&Cash founded Grind&Shine Incorporation to create the bar program at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof for one year. Cake&Cash has also co-organized the Pop & Squat online festival for feminist networking at art universities and can be heard in This Is Germany's Radical Solidarity series and at ChaosComputerClub's rC3, among others.
The art education department of the HFBK Hamburg with Prof. Dr. Anja Steidinger and Prof. Dr. Nora Sternfeld has launched a web platform that breaks new ground in digital publishing. The formats, which are also freely accessible to other students, show artistic, mediating and curatorial (interim) results and documentation of seminars, workshops, collaborations with institutions and other events.
With hhintersection, a platform has emerged at the HFBK Hamburg that extends the possibilities of experimentation and diversity at an art academy beyond the institution. The project by Master's students Shira Lewis, Marvin Moises Almaraz Dosal, Emma Wilson, and Yulia Wagner had its temporary physical location in the garden of Finkenau 42 from 2019-2020. Yulia Wagner's website is designed as a digital continuation of hhintersection. Visually, the design borrows from gardens and garden plans: Thus, when clicked on, the tiles on the different topics seemingly become three-dimensional and are reminiscent of sidewalk tiles. The seven different fonts used by the website partly elude quick readability in favor of an ornamental overall image that invokes associations of a flowering or a tendril. The website documents past hhintersection activities, but also continues to grow.
The scientific-artistic graduate programe "Aesthetics of the Virtual" began its work at the HFBK Hamburg from 2015 to 2017. The research training group brought together artists and scientists who, in the context of their doctoral studies, dealt either scientifically-theoretically or artistically-researching with the various aspects of the "virtual". The complexity of methodological approaches was itself the subject of the college, which, in addition to its thematic examination, also saw itself as an experiment in "researching art. The exhibition "yet incomputable. Indetermination in the Age of Hypervisibility and Algorithmic Control" (November 4-December 17, 2017) at the Falckenberg Collection marked the conclusion of the Kolleg.