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POTOSÍ PRINCIPLE WORKSHOPS (Berlin, October 8-9)

Francisco Moyen: El Cristo de La Cruces

POTOSÍ PRINCIPLE WORKSHOPS
October 8–9, 2010
Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
10557 Berlin

Admission is free, but please register at anmeldung-arbeitstage@hkw.de.

Artists, curators, theorists, and “correspondents” will come together during the workshops which are part of the Potosí Principle exhibition to discuss and elaborate the following topics: How can we describe colonial as well as contemporary global contexts with Marx’s principle of “primitive accumulation”? How and where is cultural hegemony being produced? Which artistic interventions or practices and which dissenting voices can undermine the standards of a “universal museum” within an internationalised world?

With: Thomas Kuczynski, Silvia Federici, Peter Linebaugh, David Riff, Tom Flynn, Anthony Davies, John Barker, Edgar Arandia, Maria Galindo (Mujeres Creando), Elvira Espejo, Eduardo Molinari, Isaías Grinolo, Matthijs de Bruijne, Sonia Abian, Konstanze Schmitt, Christian von Borries, Zhibin Lin and Sun Heng (Migrant Worker Museum) as well as the curators of the project.

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