Planetary Patchwork: A Perpetual Seminar on Artistic Practices, Heritage, and Epistemologies.
Organized by Evi Olde Rikkert (Antwerp), Nicole Remus (Jinja) and Vera-Simone Schulz (Florence).
Planetary Patchwork Winter Program
Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022, 6pm CET
Kateryna Kublytska (Kharkiv/London):
Destruction of Immovable Cultural Heritage During the War of the Russian Federation Against Ukraine
Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022, 6pm CETAziza Chaouni (Fez/Toronto):
Sidi Harazem: Co-Designing Heritage Preservation in a Modern Oasis
Cristiana Strava (Amsterdam):
At Home with Colonial Materialities: Snapshots of Heritage-Making and Unmaking on Casablanca’s Margins
Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022, 6pm CETSasha Huber (Helsinki):
“Demounting Louis Agassiz” Artistic Renegotiation of Archive, Memory & Place
Sasha Shestakova (Bochum):
Decolonizing Soviet Art History
Friday, Dec. 16, 2022, 6pm CETLénia Marques (Rotterdam) & Maria Sofia Pimentel Biscaia (Aveiro):
Transforming Places through Street Art: Bordalo II and the City
Esper Postma (Berlin/Deventer):
GAGAPALIZZI: A New Museum for Florence
Conceived as an online platform for plurivocal and multiperspectival dialogue, Planetary Patchwork hosts meetings / discussions / presentations / screenings / readings which seek to highlight patches of planetary entanglements (Tsing and Mbembe) and experiment with meeting digitally. The seminar aims at exploring the meanings and politics of the planetary in artistic practices, critical heritage studies and epistemologies. Using the metaphor of the patchwork to build / stitch networks between seemingly distant case studies and stories from around the globe, Planetary Patchwork seeks to blur and overcome academic, national and continental boundaries and divides between the arts and academia.
Go to www.planetarypatchwork.net for more information on the project and the archive of past sessions.
ANN: Planetary Patchwork Winter Program (online, 29 Nov-16 Dec 22). In: ArtHist.net, Nov 28, 2022 (accessed Jan 29, 2023), <https://arthist.net/archive/38036>.