Kreuzberg Pavillon (Naunynstrasse 53, 10999 Berlin), 21 November 2014
SAVVY Contemporary (Richardstraße 20, 12043 Berlin), 22 November 2014

Friday 21 November 2014 @ Kreuzberg Pavillon (Facebook Event)


  • Presentation of the Transnational Dialogues Journal 2014 with Robin Resch, Lorenzo Marsili and Luigi Galimberti (coordinators, Transnational Dialogues)
    Transnational Dialogues Journal is a journal in English, Chinese and Portuguese that presents several articles from philosophers, curators, policy makers, artists and other prominent figures from the artistic and cultural fields of Brazil, China and Europe. Among the many contributors are Luiz Camillo Osorio (curator, MAM – Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro), Hu Fang (founder, Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou), Juca Ferreira (former Ministry of Culture of Brazil) and Barbara Szaniecki (design researcher, Rio de Janeiro).
  • Opening of the exhibition with works from Transnational Dialogues 2014 by Ana Hupe, Bel Faleiros, Joise Rodrigues and Robin Resch.
  • Soup and Drinks


  • Screening of “Home on Display” by Nina Gschloessl and Laura Engelhardt
    “Home on Display” is a video on urbanization and the Chinese Dream realized during the Global Players Residency at Organhaus, Chongqing (June 2014)


  • Open discussion with participants from Transnational Dialogues 2014

09-image One Harmonious Afternoon

Saturday 22 November 2014 @ SAVVY Contemporary (Facebook Event)


  • “Poetics of the Body”, a panel discussion about trajectories and possibilities of contemporary Chinese performance art, with Zhou Bin (Chengdu, China) and Petra Pölzl (curator, Berlin). Video-screening with selected works from performance artist Zhou Bin. This event is part of the “Present Tense Series” by SAVVY Contemporary, an investigation on practices and theories of contemporary performance art. Full press release is also available (POETICS OF THE BODY).

[Photo Credits (from top to bottom): No Gap Between, Li Binyuan (Still from video, 2010); One Harmonious Afternoon, Alessandro Rolandi (Still from video, 2011). All images courtesy of the artist]