“Until now, economic logic has not even been reasonable, but at best rational. This concept has yet to be completed. Reason, as developed by the bourgeoisie as a capitalistically economic society and as philosophically secured […]
For the first short-term research, CHANG CHIH CHUNG came to Hamburg to experience the connectivity of the Hamburg harbor and the neighborhood of the river island Veddel and Whilhelmsburg as an ongoing interaction of culture, […]
Port Futures & Social Logistics
Friday, April, 22, 2022 at 12:00 – 2:00 PM (EST)
A PORT JOURNEYS Cooperation of HyCP Hamburg and PFSL Athens/GA/USA
A virtual research summit and online exhibition of works exploring the port city as a platform for furthering global cultural dialog through art and urbanism. The event focuses on environments, histories, and materials of production, extraction, and circulation in the age of energy transition.
A Port Journey Exchange with Athens/Georgia USA
Michael Kress is uniquely interested in working with undergraduate and graduate students to embrace global POP phenomena as a connective material for gauging seemingly distant hinterland-urban dependencies.
A PORT JOURNEY EXCHANGE EXCHANGE HAMBURG > YOKOHAMA
Using the big windows of ZOU-NO-HANA TERRACE as screens, Rahel Bruns transforms the surface of the building to a medium which turns it inside out and vice versa as well as the private to the public and individual to the political recognition of our faces as a statement. This resumes us to intensive actions of social, cultural and psychological negotiations. At the same time Rahel Bruns brings up various questions, such as of the history of the portrait itself and also of contemporary issues like digitalization, social media and the phenomenon of the individual.
A Port Journey Exchange with Athens/Georgia and San Diego, USA
SOL is an ongoing series of conversational works concerned with sharing transitory states of reflection, being, and time. Initially, comprised of small groups as they set out to wander atop primitive trade routes and conceptually probe forms of connectivity—from the hinterlands to their modern urban counterparts.
ALTONALE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE 2018 / NANTES
For the third time Frise-Künstlerhaus Hamburg is hosting the official Altonale artist-in-residence 2018. After Groningen in 2017 and Istanbul in 2016, we cooperate with the cultural center Lieu Unique from Nantes and welcoming French artist Franck Gérard in Hamburg-Altona. An other PORTJourney Network Exchange.
PORT JOURNEY ARTIST EXCHANGE HAMBURG > GRONINGEN
A cooperation between HaViK/ZUHAUSE (GR) and Frise (HH) supported by the government of Groningen. For the AIR-programm in Groningen HaViK works together with ZUHAUSE. They are the host for the artists in Groningen. In their building they provide a place to stay and to work.
Artist in Residence – A Port Journey Exchange with San Diego, USA
As far as a line— can signify subjective movement, intimate rhythm, or serve to abstract notions of space, we needn’t prematurely hold such characteristics accountable for engendering expectations of individuality.
Artist in Residence – A Port Journey Exchange with Zounohana Terrace/Yokohama
All rivers are connected to the ocean. We all share the ocean with all creatures on earth. The human life, various cultures, histories and also battles began in waterside, and our ancestors lived a simple way of life when people didn’t have any borders of countries.
Artist in Residence – A Port Journey Exchange with FORUM BOX Helsinki and FRISE Hamburg. November/December 2017
“My current paintings take us into the midst of the plastic soup that we swim in. The sky is still blue, but we are choking in the useless material boiling away in our seas and on our shores. We let it go down the drain. (…)”