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24.6. – 10.7.2020
Design Lab #6: (How) do we (want to) work (together) (as (socially engaged) designers (students and neighbours)) (in neoliberal times)?

Studio Experimentelles Design, HFBK Hamburg

Im Rahmen des Design Lab #6 des Kunstgewerbemuseums Berlin lädt das Studio Experimentelles Design der Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg zu einem dreiwöchigen virtuellen Recherche-Festival ein. Den Ausgangspunkt dafür bildet die Fragestellung: "(How) do we (want to) work (together) (as (socially engaged) designers (students and neighbours)) (in neoliberal times)?"

Das Studio Experimentelles Design der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg praktiziert seit 2011 mit der Öffentlichen Gestaltungsberatung St. Pauli einen politisch und sozial engagierten Designansatz. Es ist der Versuch, mit gestalterischen Mitteln mit und für diejenigen zu arbeiten, die üblicherweise von Design ausgeschlossen sind. Diese kritische Design-Haltung ermöglicht und erfordert neue Arbeitsweisen.

Aber wie funktionieren kollektive und interdisziplinäre Arbeitsbeziehungen? Wie verorten sich alternativen Praxen und Subjektivitäten im Kontext der radikalen gesellschaftlichen Veränderungen der Arbeitsverhältnisse und Lernformen im Neoliberalismus? Wie können neue solidarische Formen der Zusammenarbeit gestaltet werden?

Um diese Fragestellungen zu untersuchen, lädt das Studio Experimentelles Design zu einem dreiwöchigen Recherche Festival ein. Drei Tage die Woche wird gemeinsam mit Gästen, Freunden und Publikum auf howtowork.live in Leserunden, Workshops und Vorträgen über Design, Arbeit und Lehre als sozial engagierte und politische Praxis diskutiert.

Programm:

Design Lab #6: (How) do we (want to) work?
CREATIVE WORK AND EXHAUSTION

  • 24.6.
    10:00 Design Debatte: Postcapitalist Politics with Pelin Tan
    17:00 Collaborative: Entreprecariat with Silvio Lorusso
    19:30-20:00
    Welcome with Claudia Banz, Studio Experimentelles Design & Jesko Fezer
    22:00 Panel Discussion: Creative Workers on Strike with Velvetyne, Airi Triisberg, IG Bildende Kunst, DCW Union
  • 25.6.
    10:00 Design Debatte: Lob der Gewohnheiten with Hans-Christian Dany
    14:00 Open Space: Lunch Break Podcast with RE:David Harvey
    17:00 Collaborative: Don’t panic, organize with Brave New Alps, Martina Dandolo, Flora Mammana
    20:00 Evening Talk: Art of the Working Class
  • 26.6.
    10:00 Design Debatte: Nobody is an Island
    14:00 Open Space: Lunch Break Film with RE:The future of work
    17:00 Collaborative: Unheimliche Heimarbeit with Florian Schmidt und Sebastian Schmieg
    20:00 Evening Talk: Be Creative! with Angela McRobbie with Angela McRobbie

Design Lab #6: (How) do we (want to) work?
CARE WORK AND PRECARITY

  • 1.7.
    10:00 Design Debatte: How Can We Get Together in Digital Space? with Studiengruppe Informationsdesign
    14:00 Open Space: Self - As - Other - Trainings with Vivian Tauchmann
    17:00 Collaborative: Onomatopee (Amy Gowen & Joanette van der Veer)
    20:00 Evening Talk: Discussing Towards an Ethics of Care with Valentina Karga & Jesko Fezer
  • 2.7.
    10:00 Design Debatte: Felix Vogel
    13:00 Open Space: Archiv der Begegenungen with M.1
    17:00 Collaborative: Mapping Session: Care, Work and Precarity with Manuela Zechner
    20:00 Evening Talk: Loves’s Labour’s Cost with Emma Dowling
  • 3.7.
    10:00 Design Debatte: Lisa Baumgarten(Teaching Design)
    17:00 Collaborative: Poliklinik Veddel
    20:00 Evening Talk: Silvia Federici
    22:00 Open Space: After Work (How to sing and drink) with Liza & Nick

Design Lab #6: (How) do we (want to) work?
COLLABORATIVE WORK AND EXPLOITATION

  • 8.7.
    10:00 Design Debatte: Silke Helfrich
    14:00 Open Space: Training with Peter
    17:00 Collaborative: In the Meantime
    20:00 Evening Talk: Lucy Kimbell & Guy Julier
  • 9.7.
    10:00 Design Debatte: Wir wollen with Experimentelle Klasse
    14:00 Open Space: Partizipative Pop-Up Ausstellung with Lisa Zander, Abschlusspräsentation Klasse Dehio
    17:00 Collaborative: Woking without a Boss with Vio.me & Madygraf
    20:00 Evening Talk: Harald Trapp
  • 10.7.
    10:00 Design Debatte: Rosario Telavi (Parastic reading room)
    17:00 Collaborative: Traveling Farm Museum with Casco Art Institut & The Outsiders
    20:00 Evening Talk: The City as Commons with Stavros Stavrides
    22:00 Open Space: Musique Précaire with Pablo and Friends

    Formatbeschreibungen:
  • Designdebatte, jeweils 10 Uhr: Kuratiertes gemeinsames Lesen mit offener Gesprächsrunde / Curated collective reading with open conversations.
  • Open Space, jeweils 14 Uhr: Virtueller Raum für informellen Zeitvertreib, Performances und Filme / Virtual space for informal pastimes, performances and films.
  • Collaborative, jeweils 17 Uhr: Hands-on space für Workshops, Präsentationen und Unterhaltungen mit geladenen Gästen / Hands-on space for workshops, presentations and chats with invited guests.
  • Evening Talk, jeweils 20 Uhr: Thematische Vorträge mit Kommentaren und Diskussionen / Thematic Lectures with comments and discussions.

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