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Event, 9 July 2022

Hassan Khan: The Infinite Hip-Hop Song Live!

Konzert, 9 July 2022, 21:30–22:45

Gasthof at Robert Johnson

Party, 7 July 2022, 22:00

MEDIUM RARE — Absolventenausstellung 2022

Exhibition, 2 – 17 July 2022

ALMOST ALIVE—Graduate Party

Event, 1 July 2022, 23:00

‘Absolventen’ prizes

Information, 1 – 10 July 2022

Asad Raza "Diversion" at Portikus

Exhibition, 25 June – 25 September 2022

Asad Raza: Metabolisms

Lecture, 21 June 2022, 19:00

Anthony Huberman: Bang on a Can

Lecture, 13 June 2022, 19:00

Sung Tieu: Ghosts In The Machine

Lecture, 7 June 2022, 19:00

Lecture: ruangrupa

Lecture, 31 May 2022, 19:00

Lecture: Neïl Beloufa

Lecture, 10 May 2022, 19:00

Lectures Summer Semester 2022

Lecture, 26 April – 28 June 2022, 19:00

Summer semester 2022

Information, 11 April – 15 July 2022

Daniel Birnbaum: Notes on the frames of art

Event, 10 April 2022, 15:00–17:00

Jochen Lempert at Portikus

Exhibition, 12 March – 5 June 2022

Winter Term break 2022

Information, 21 February – 10 April 2022

Rundgang Award Winners

Information, 18 – 20 February 2022

Judith Hopf Class: Grand Nizza Show

Class Project, 18 February – 11 March 2022

Rundgang 2022

Exhibition, 18 – 20 February 2022, 10:00–20:00

Pan Daijing

Online Lecture, 10 February 2022

Jordy Rosenberg: Lift Rift

Online Lecture, 2 February 2022

Ulrike Müller: Moving More Parts

Online Lecture, 25 January 2022

Park McArthur

Online Lecture, 18 January 2022

Sam Durant: Public Discourse?

Online Lecture, 11 January 2022

Daniel Blanga-Gubbay: Fictional Institutions, Inclusiveness and Representation

Lecture6 November 2018, 19:00Aula, Städelschule, Dürerstraße 10, 60596 Frankfurt am Main

What does it mean for an institution to not simply host fiction but rather to be hosted by it? This talk will begin with a discussion of recent uses of fictional institutions as a way to put the perceived 'naturality' of the existing ones into question. Placing this analysis between the ideas of nature and fiction, the lecture will travel with the xeno-feminist use of the two terms as well as with the possibility of applying them to institutions, in order to eventually consider fiction as a tool to work on inclusiveness and discrimination in today's institutions.

Daniel Blanga-Gubbay lives and works in Brussels. Of Lebanese-Syrian origin, he grew up in Italy where he graduated from the IUAV University of Venice in philosophy and performance. After receiving a PhD in Cultural Studies from the University of Palermo in collaboration with the University of Valencia and the Freie Universität Berlin, he worked at the University of Düsseldorf. In 2014 he initiated Aleppo (A Laboratory for Experiments in Performance and Politics), a Brussels-based curatorial platform for public programmes in performance and discursive practices, and has since then worked as a co-curator for LiveWorks (Centrale Fies). From 2015 onwards he has held the position the Head of the Department of Arts and Choreography (ISAC) at the Académie Royale des Beaux Arts in Brussels. He worked as dramaturge and programmer for the Kunstenfestivaldesarts and was appointed at its joint direction together with Sophie Alexandre and Dries Douibi in September 2018.

The lecture is part of the lecture program We Who Feel Differently, organised by Gardenia, a reading group among Städelschule students. It is the second iteration and will continue on December 11 with the art historian Bojana Kunst.