VIDEOS OF THE CONFERENCE “BLACK MOUNTAIN – EDUCATIONAL TURN AND THE AVANTGARDE” AT HAMBURGER BAHNHOF – MUSEUM FÜR GEGENWART – BERLIN ON THE 25/26.09.15.
A visual recap of the two conference days “Black Mountain – Educational Turn and the Avant-Garde” at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin drawn by the artist Nikolaus Baumgarten.
James Elkins, Irit Rogoff, Markus Miessen and many more – See the speakers’ abstracts for our conference “Black Mountain – Educational Turn and the Avant-Garde” taking place on the 25-26/09/2015 at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin.
“Its happiness that we know to be missing” – Visual artist Daniel Kiss about his associative thoughts on Black Mountain College.
Discussion: Students, artists, curators and scholars met at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart Berlin and talked about a new relevance of Black Mountain College in regard to poetry, education, dance and other subjects.
“What we lack today is a curiosity in collaboration as an act of experimentation.” – Anna-Lena Werner on how Black Mountain College practiced and shaped the idea of collaboration.
Impressions of the opening “Black Mountain. Ein interdisziplinäres Experiment 1933-1957” at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin
Arnold Dreyblatt’s “Performing the Black Mountain Archive” is an artistic project which runs parallel to the exhibition “Black Mountain – an interdisciplinary experiment 1933 – 1957”
Annette Jael Lehmann on Black Mountain Research.
“Dreier gave much of his life to the College, which could never have survived without him.” – Jonathan Creasy about the correspondence between Ted Dreier and Walter Gropius.