War and Peace in Times of Global Disinformation
gute aussichten - young german photography 2019/2020
November 22 2019
Beteiligt Euch, – es geht um Eure Erde!
Und Ihr allein, Ihr habt die ganze Macht!
Seht zu, dass es ein wenig wärmer werde
In unserer schlimmen, kalten Winternacht!
Die ist erfüllt von lauter kaltem Grauen, –
Solange wir ihm nicht zuleibe gehn;
Wehrt Euch und kämpft, – und dann lasst und doch schauen,
Ob die Gespenster diesen Kampf bestehen!
Bestehn? Ich glaub' es nicht!
Die Sonne steigt zum Schluss!
Warum? Weil solches Licht
Am Ende siegen muss!
Erika Mann: KAELTE
1. Januar 1934, Zürich, 2. Exil-Programm der Pfeffermühle, 7-8 Strophe.
War and peace in times of global disinformation Readings/leading/slams/jokes/poems/exchanges within the framework of the exhibition gute aussichten
3 p.m. - 9 p.m.
According to Erika Mann's words of the 1 January 1934 "Participate," we will present to you in the exhibition gute aussichten - young german photography 2019/2020 at the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf on Friday, 22 November 2019 from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. pictures, contributions, readings by and with renowned authors, artists, journalists and art scholars on war and peace in times of global disinformation.
PROGRAMME on Friday, 21.11.2019 in the NRW-Forum from 3 - 9 pm.
3 - 3.20 pm, Welcome, introduction and presentation of the participants by Alain Bieber, Artistic Director of the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf & Josefine Raab, cultural scientist, curator and founder of gute aussichten
Moderation Stefan Becht
3.20 - 3.30 pm, Wibke von Bonin, art historian & cultural journalist, Cologne, reads selected war and peace poems.
3:30 - 4:00 pm, Wolfgang Frömberg, writer, author and journalist, Cologne, reads from the Revolution Diaries (1919) of Victor Klemperer and his LTI - Lingua Tertii Imperii (Language of the Third Reich).
4 - 4.30 pm, Helena Schätzle, photographer, Kassel, reads from her book "Leben nach dem Überleben", Nimbus Verlag, and tells of her encounters with the survivors.
4.30 - 4.45 pm, Stefan Becht, freelance journalist and co-founder of gute aussichten, reads from Klaus Mann's book "Der Wendepunkt" the legendary passage in which he describes how he happened to meet Adolf Hitler at the Carlton Teestube in Munich in 1932 and ...
4.45 - 5.30 pm, Steffen Kopetzky, writer, novelist and playwright, Pfaffenhofen, reads from his new book "Propaganda", Rowohlt Berlin Verlag, Hamburg.
5.30 - 5.45 pm, Elger Esser, internationally renowned, well-read artist and photographer, Düsseldorf, reads quite seductive and easily thoughtful.
5.45 - 6 pm, Klaus Hillmann, forwarding agent in Europe, Frechen/Cologne, reads from the war letters of his father and grandfather.
6 - 6.50 pm, Josefine Raab leads through the exhibition together with the prize winners, curators and artists present.
6.50 - 7 pm, short break for everyone
7 - 7.30 pm, Ingo Taubhorn, artist, chief curator of the House of Photography, Deichtorhallen Hamburg and president of the German Photographic Academy reads from Susan Sontag's book "Zur gleichen Zeit - Aufsätze und Reden": "Die Folter anderer betrachten".
7.30 - 7.45 pm, Malte Sänger, photographer and artist, Frankfurt/Main, good prospects award winner and GRANT III scholarship holder, reads 3 reconstructed stories from cracked smartphones, which are part of his new work DAEMON.
7.45 - 8.30 pm, Christian Ruzicska, author, translator and publisher reads from the book "Nach seinem Bilde" by the French author Jérome Ferrari, Secession Verlag Berlin.
8.30 - 8.40 pm, Josefine Raab reads selected anti-war poems by Erich Kästner and songs from Erika Mann's Pfeffermühlen programme.
8.40 - 8.50 pm, Alain Bieber, Artistic Director of the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf, tells historical and current whisper jokes from times of war and crisis.
8.50 - 9 pm, Stefan Becht will read from the "Aesthetics of Resistance" by Peter Weiss.
9 p.m. - 9.15 pm, conclusion & thank you!
Of course there will always be enough time for questions and answers.
Winners gute aussichten 2019/2020
Lukas van Bentum
Larissa Rosa Lackner
& GA GRANT III Malte Singers - DAEMON