Agenda

THE
SHED

Digital Live Room

THE SHED is an in-process meeting place, a proposal for a virtual greenroom, a site of connection and presentation not limited to physical location. It functions as a “live-room” on the homepage of Shedhalle, taken over by international artists, physically routed back to Shedhalle.

 

THE SHED is accessible for live streaming and media sharing 24/7, not dependent on timezone, where artists are able to engage as if the space is their temporary studio, greenroom or even stage. THE SHED is an architecture to archive, present, perform, and connect.

 

THE SHED is a serial platform, bending to the needs of a series of artists who will inhabit this virtual space, outsourcing its architecture to the needs of their process to present.

 

THE SHED is a response to lockdown. A process of imagining how to connect when we are isolated and unequal. An attempt to understand how to share and extend privilege through relationships.

 

Programmed by Michelangelo Miccolis for Shedhalle

Débora
Delmar

 

 

BULLSHIT JOBS

 

 

11.09 – 20.09.2020

 

 

Shedhalle – Débora Delmar

Book
your
artist!

coming soon

Coming soon!

Book your artist! is an online platform initiated by Shedhalle Zürich, L’Abri Genève and la rada – spazio per l’arte contemporanea Locarno, connecting young artists with local audiences in the three main language regions of Switzerland.

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Nile
Koetting

11.09.
13.09.2020

Remain Calm

(Reduced +)

“Remain Calm” by artist Nile Koetting invites audiences into an ever-evolving space of installation, performance, sound, light, scents, as well as texts written by author and researcher Miriam Stoney.

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11.09.2020

16-22hno reservation needed

12.09.2020

10-18hno reservation needed

13.09.2020

10-17h no reservation needed followed by a Talk with Nile Koetting, Miriam Stoney, Marcella Lista (Head Curator, Video & New Media Collection, Musée national d’art moderne – centre Pompidou, Paris (online)), Lhaga Koondhor (cultural curator), Philipp Bergmann & Thea Reifler (members curatorial team Shedhalle), about the process of ‚Remain Calm‘ RSVP

 

Shedhalle – Nile Koetting – Remain Calm (Reduced +)

Remain Calm (Reduced +)
Nile Koetting

Shedhalle – Nile Koetting – Remain Calm (Reduced +)

Nile Koetting - Remain Calm
@Centre Pompidou x Westbund Museum Shanghai
Picture by Tang Lijun

Shedhalle – Nile Koetting – Remain Calm (Reduced +)

Nile Koetting - Remain Calm
@Centre Pompidou x Westbund Museum Shanghai
Picture by Tang Lijun

Shedhalle – Nile Koetting – Remain Calm (Reduced +)

Nile Koetting - Remain Calm
@Centre Pompidou x Westbund Museum Shanghai
Picture by Tang Lijun

Shedhalle – Nile Koetting – Remain Calm (Reduced +)

Nile Koetting - Remain Calm
@Palais de Tokyo - Do Disturb Festival
Picture by Guillaume Lebrun

Shedhalle – Nile Koetting – Remain Calm (Reduced +)

Nile Koetting - Remain Calm
@Kunstverein Göttingen
Picture by Marius Land

Shedhalle – Nile Koetting – Remain Calm (Reduced +)

Nile Koetting - Remain Calm
@Kunstverein Göttingen
Picture by Marius Land

Shedhalle – Nile Koetting – Remain Calm (Reduced +)

Nile Koetting - Remain Calm
@Klosterruine Berlin - Paradise Found
Picture by Marius Land

Lilly
Pfalzer

23.09.
26.09.2020

Gangs of performative activism

Gangs of performative Activism focuses on performative strategies in activism historically and in the present and on the question through which embodied experiences a community can form.

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Day 1 23.09.202016-17:30 public lecture “performative strategies in activism”

Day 224.09.202014-17 Researching with the whole body –
Alternative research tools and poetic political writing practices

Day 325.09.202014-17 Embodied performative strategies of activism:
Giving up the individual and moving as a communal body

Day 426.09.202014-17 Exploring your body in the public space and cuddling in the street

 

Please register for the workshop here!

Shedhalle – Lilly Pfalzer – Gangs of performative activism

Lilly Pfalzer
Bats
Picture by Onsoh Edward

Shedhalle – Lilly Pfalzer – Gangs of performative activism

Lilly Pfalzer
Picture by Amit Elkayam

Shedhalle – Lilly Pfalzer – Gangs of performative activism

Lilly Pfalzer
Picture by Magdalena Fischer

Shedhalle – Lilly Pfalzer – Gangs of performative activism

Lilly Pfalzer
Picture by Amit Elkayam

Isabel
Lewis

24.09.2020

Erotic Sociability

In this workshop Isabel Lewis shares ideas around sociality and embodiment. No formal training of any kind is required to participate and all adults with a curiosity about dance and other embodied practices are encouraged to attend.

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Please register for the workshop here!

 

With this workshop, Shedhalle takes part in the Fleshy Interface Festival, initiated by Theater Neumarkt. Check the full program here

Shedhalle – Isabel Lewis – Erotic Sociability

Isabel Lewis
Picture by Guilherme Ferreira

Shedhalle – Isabel Lewis – Erotic Sociability

Isabel Lewis
Picture by Guilherme Ferreira

Shedhalle – Isabel Lewis – Erotic Sociability

Isabel Lewis
Picture by Guilherme Ferreira

Shedhalle – Isabel Lewis – Erotic Sociability

Isabel Lewis
Picture by Guilherme Ferreira

Lilly
Pfalzer

27.09.2020

Practice

Collective Meddling

How to intervene when witnessing sexual and racial discrimination in public space? The workshop aims to prepare its participants to meddle in and become an ally in delicate situations.

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Please register for the workshop here!

 

With this workshop, Shedhalle takes part in the Fleshy Interface Festival, initiated by Theater Neumarkt. Check the full program here

Shedhalle – Lilly Pfalzer – Practice Collective Meddling

Lilly Pfalzer - Practice Collective Meddling
collage Lilly Pfalzer

Shedhalle – Lilly Pfalzer – Practice Collective Meddling

Lilly Pfalzer - Practice Collective Meddling
Picture: Rakel Tornig-Vater

Proto-
zone

23.10.
06.12.2020

Contamination/

Resilience

creates new and hopeful visions of the future, in the midst of the pandemic. Which systems have been “contaminated”, are coming to an end, or are currently undergoing change? Which toxic structures have contaminated us in the past? In view of this, what makes future societies and ecosystems resistant in the long term?

Contamination/Resilience brings together concepts, practices and works of art that combine science fiction with eco-feminist approaches, thus provoking a new way of thinking about the future. The focus is on complex connections, entanglements and coexistences in societies and ecosystems, on disease, transformations, mutual care and support.

 

 

Hi-Intensity

23.10.-25.10. day&night

Lo-Intensity

26.10.-06.12. open Sa/So

 

More Info coming soon… :)

 

Picture: Dominique Koch. Filmstill. Sowing the Seeds for the Future. 2020. 4K Video. Sound.
Courtesy the artist.

Shedhalle – Protozone: Contamination/Resilience

Dominique Koch. Filmstill. Sowing the Seeds for the Future. 2020. 4K Video. Sound.
Courtesy the artist.

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