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As a result of an international research and exhibition project the publication Politics of Sharing – On Collective Wisdom presents perspectives that aim to activate our collective knowledge, our experience and our practices of sharing in the context of contemporary art and visual culture.
It contains theoretical and artistic positions that as spotlights convey to us a knowledge we already carry within us: non-rational knowledge, ancient knowledge, indigenous knowledge, knowledge systems that are not based on intellectual cognitive methods. It focuses on the remarks, reflections and understanding of collective wisdom and the opportunities that develop through the act of sharing space and knowledge.
With authors and artists from Indonesia, Mexico, New Zealand, Switzerland and Germany.
Table of Contents:
p.4 Elke aus dem Moore & Misal Adnan Yıldız: Introduction
p.6 Syafiatudina: Numpang as Inhabiting Thresholds
p.8 Marion von Osten: The End of Contemporary Art (as We Knew It)
p.14 Desna Whaanga-Schollum: kōrerorero | conversation
p.18 Local Time: Sharing the Seas: Resisting Neo-colonial Appropriation in Tangaroa’s Domain
p.26 Antariksa: Nyantrik as Commoning
p.32 Gabriel Rossell-Santillán: Maxa Yoawi: the waters from below were rising and, free falling, they united in love with the waters from above
p.34 Miriam Walther Kohn, Christopher Kriese, Maja Leo (Neue Dringlichkeit) & Elke aus dem Moore: SAID TO CONTAIN: Thinking Public Session
p.40 Participating Artists – Works and Bios
p.42 Related Events
Elke aus dem Moore, Misal Adnan Yıldız, Syafiatudina, Marion von Osten, Desna Whaanga-Schollum, Local Time, Antariksa, Gabriel Rossell-Santillán, Neue Dringlichkeit
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