Laboratorien des Postmigrantischen
While the migrant left in the 1960s-80s organised itself in companies, district centres, squats and in the streets, ever since the fall of the Berlin Wall, more and more theatres and galleries have opened their doors to and turned into gathering places for post-migrant movements, fights for civil rights and the search for ways of relating to one another in solidarity, and have thus become laboratories for a future society of the many. At the centre of this panel discussion, organized in cooperation with the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, is the question of how the many-layered collaboration between marginalised activists, civic education facilitators and artists can and must be approached in a forward-looking way.
This event is part of ’61–’91–’21: Immer Wieder Deutschland, the accompanying programme for the exhibition Offener Prozess.
’61–’91–’21: Immer wieder Deutschland
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Maxim Gorki Theater
Am Festungsgraben 2