Calendar

Public Tours

Saturday, May 5, 15:00 h

Sunday, May 20, 12:00 h

Thursday, June 14, 19:00 h

Saturday, June 30, 15:00 h

the method behind the madness
Guided Tour with the Curator
Apr 21 2018, 15:00h
the method behind the madness

Roger M. Buergel gives a tour through the exhibition

Long Night of Museums
Public Tour
Apr 21 2018, 18:20h–Apr 22 2018, 00:40h
Long Night of Museums

During the Long Night of Museums the team of “Mobile Worlds” give three public tours at 18:20 h, 22.20 h, and 00:20 h. (Each tour lasts 20 minutes)

»School of Fashion«
Workshop
May 19 2018, 11:00h–May 21 2018, 17:00h
»School of Fashion«

with Anne Schwätzler

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Andreas Reckwitz “The Culturalization of Politics”
May 31 2018, 18:00h
Andreas Reckwitz “The Culturalization of Politics”
»Amargî« – The cultural heritage of Rojava
Jun 14 2018, 18:00h
»Amargî« – The cultural heritage of Rojava

lecture by Gönül Kaya
(author and researcher)

guided tour by the experts of »Amargî«

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ARK//One crate of records & One crate of beer with YOU
Listening Session
Jun 21 2018, 18:00h
ARK//One crate of records & One crate of beer with YOU

Johannes Ismaiel-Wendt, Malte Pelleter present ARK (Arkestrated Rhythmachine Komplexities).

We continue with the Listenting Session “One crate of records & One crate of beer with YOU” with Sebastian Reier a.k.a. Booty Carrell

In cooperation with Groove City /(#GrooveCityTalk)

“African Terminal” closing ceremony
Lecture Performance
Oct 4 2018, 18:00h
“African Terminal” closing ceremony
Displaying Entanglement
Talk
Oct 11 2018, 18:00h
Displaying Entanglement

with Martin Dusinberre u.a.

Archive

“African Terminal” kick-off
Lecture Performance
Apr 4 2018, 16:00h
“Mobile Worlds” or the Museum…
Opening
Apr 4 2018, 19:00h
The Transcultural Classroom
Conference
Oct 10 2016, 10:00h–Oct 10 2016, 19:30h

Rearranging Objects, Translating Experiences, Shifting Meanings

WM

Dr. Sophia Prinz
Coordinator/Head of Research
prinz@europa-uni.de

Julia Lerch-Zajączkowska
Research Assistant (Exhibition)
lerch-zajaczkowska@mobile-welten.org

“Mobile Worlds” is a cooperation between the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MKG), the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Goethe University in Frankfurt a.M. and the Erich Kästner School in Hamburg-Farmsen. Supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Johann Jacobs Museum Zurich.

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Europa-Universität Viadrina
Kulturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Vergleichende Kultursoziologie
Große Scharrnstr. 59
15230 Frankfurt (Oder)

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Dr. Sophia Prinz
Telephone: +49 40 428 134-150
E-Mail: prinz@europa-uni.de
https://www.europa-uni.de

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Dr. Sophia Prinz

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