You are invited to take part in «Survival Skills» in the forests around the Mathildenhöhe in Darmstadt – for anyone who wants to learn about edible plants, building tree houses or hunting.
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«Political Therapy» is a one-to-one performative format that creates the conditions for intimate conversation and speculative thinking around political issues.
«Lecture For Every One» is not a show. It is an intruder, a gift, a pleasant or challenging virus spreading through the complex fabric of the city Darmstadt.
«Osthang Radio» will transmit what’s happening in Darmstadt and Osthang campus out into the world
Time for talks, discussions, presentations – for all those unprojectable initiatives that might arise out of nine days of living and thinking together.
This session of thinking together, hosted by New York based artists Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri, will focus on the multiple intersections between art practices, politics and education.
This session explores the potential for this political passage through an engagement with the works of contemporary thinkers of the ‘life of the imagination‘. Also, there's 'Lecture for Every One‘!
The separation of the general intellect from the social body and the internal fragmentation of the activity of the general intellect will become the subject of this day.
Ranabir Samaddar will open a space of reflection and discussion around the notions of dialogue, contention, and thinking together in a post-colonial perspective.
Activists organize and sustain themselves using ‘free‘ technical services provided by Fortune 500 companies. At the same time, ‘alternative tech practices‘ are sustained by a select few.
Whether it is understood as a synonym for money, a term referring to any medium of exchange, or a notion pertaining to the circulatio in general: ‘currency‘ lies at the heart of organizing life.
Decolonizing knowledge and learning to unlearn in order to relearn on other than modern/colonial grounds is the central task for border thinking.
As a temporary venue for exchanging experience and knowledge, the Osthang Project brings together people who, in theory and practice, address alternative 'co-existence' models.