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Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin, Open Call

Deheimatize it!
October 24th till November 5th 2019
Application deadline: March 31st 2019, 23:55 hours (Berlin Time)
Applications shall be submitted via email to the following email address:
yca@gorki.de

Link to the Open Call:
https://berliner-herbstsalon.de/vierter-berliner-herbstsalon/open-call

Open Call for Participants

In the course of the 4th Berlin Autumn Salon, Maxim Gorki Theatre Berlin is calling for participants to be part of the first edition of the Young Curators Academy in Berlin, initiated by Shermin Langhoff (director of Maxim Gorki Theatre Berlin) and Ong Keng Sen (Artistic Director of TheatreWorks Singapore and Founding Festival Director of Singapore International Festival of Arts 2014 to 2017).

4th Berlin Autumn Salon

Berlin Autumn Salon is an interdisciplinary festival which is taking a critical approach to the constructions of identity and belonging as well as patriarchic and religious coded nationalism. Held under the motto “Deheimatize it!”, the 2019 salon aims at presenting works that provoke the term Heimat (German for home, homeland, native country) in order to reveal the hidden dimensions and the ambivalences of the expression which is currently being ideologically recharged and used by nationalist movements to invent exclusions and strengthen old patriarchic power structures. The Autumn Salon invites both Berliners as well as international artists to show new and previously developed artworks that work through the concepts of deheimatization from a feminist and intersectional perspective.

Young Curators Academy

One of the core formats of the 4th Berlin Autumn Salon is the Young Curators Academy. It will serve as an artistic and activist platform for discovering alliances, exploring affinities, and consolidating solidarities. A central empowerment of this international gathering will be the sharing of acts of deterritorialization, enabling transformation and connecting with other multiplicities. Over the period of two weeks, the Young Curators Academy intends to nurture public debate, focus artistic conversations, and act as an amplifier for resistance energies and intensities. The Young Curators Academy invites all interested individuals, who work at the crossings of art and activism, in particular those under challenging political, social and economic conditions, to apply for a place in the Academy to share their knowledge, reflect on and deepen their own practices from parallel experiences, and empowering each other.
The Young Curators Academy explicitly welcomes makers - young artists, thinkers, program producers - who are both creating their own events and developing new forms of authorship and curation. In this context, the term young is understood as pioneering practice, the curator as individuals who are part of different communities and desiring to activate them. The Young Curators Academy is designed for those who are initiating transfers between different micro-contexts, and enabling relocations of the self as well as new lines of flight beyond patriarchal borders. The Young Curators Academy forms an intersectional narrative of sharing processes and alternative belongings.
The Academy will be taking place in Berlin from 24 of October 2019 (arrival date) till 5th of November 2019 (departure date). English will be the language of communication.

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