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Date(s) - 14/07/2012
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Day (36) / Dalida María Benfield, Heath Bunting, Maribel Casas, Sebastian Cobarrubias, Teresa Díaz Nerio, Pedro Pablo Gomez, María Iñigo Clavo, Pedro Lasch, Alanna Lockward, Walter Mignolo, Tanja Ostojic, Karen Hakobian  / Unworkshop & Screening / Turnhalle / 14.July

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Day (36): Saturday,  July 14, 2012
Time: All Day (see more detailed schedule below)
Location: Turnhalle
What: Five Decolonial Days In Kassel: Walk, Lunch, Unworkshop and Screening #2
Who: Dalida María Benfield, Heath Bunting, Maribel Casas, Sebastian Cobarrubias, Teresa Díaz Nerio, Pedro Pablo Gomez, María Iñigo Clavo, Pedro Lasch, Alanna Lockward, Walter Mignolo, Tanja Ostojic, Karen Hakobian.

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11: 00 am – 1:00 pm (Meet at Turnhalle)
Walk & Talk: Where Is West? Tracing Ideas and Topics from Five Decolonial Days around Kassel & Documenta Exhibits
 
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
” HOW to COLONIZE a NATION in 19 STEPS” :
With minimum resistance and maximum sustainability
One hour critical look (training) to share a recipe on How to Colonize a Nation by exploring with the audience optimal colonization strategies of nowadays.
 
Unworkshop: Decolonial Aesthetics; the Coloniality of Power and Knowledge in the ‘professional’ art world (museums, fairs, biennials, past Documentas, film festivals, etc) and a mapping of decolonial histories within them, as well as beyond; social practice, over identification and mimicry in a decolonial light; decolonization, deskilling and deprofessionalization, the 2010 Bogotá Conference and Exhibition, the Hong Kong University Volumes.
 
 
Links & resources: (more coming)
Prefacio: Estéticas y opción decolonial (Spanish) PDF
Estéticas Decoloniales book (Spanish):
Revista Calle14 on ARTE Y DECOLONIALIDAD (Spanish)
You Tube channel with videos from Bogotá 2010 (Spanish)
Karen Hakobian (Recipes for an Encounter)
http://www.rev-it.org/projects/recipes_exhibit.htm
 
8:00pm – 10:30pm
Conversation: Non-Capitalist Life and the Darker Side of Modernity, Epistemic Disobedience & the Decolonial Option: Revocation, (Dis)orientation, and Deoccidentalization.
 
Screening and Conversation #2 in the ‘Decolonizing Film and Video Series’
Session 1 from BE.BOP (Alanna Lockward), clips of Mexican and Caribbean films from 1940s and 1950’s (Teresa Díaz Nerio), Third Cinema Now and Decolonial Thought (María Iñigo Clavo and Dalida María Benfield).
 
Links & resources: (more coming)
 

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11:00 Uhr-13:00 Uhr (Treffpunkt in der Turnhalle)
Walk & Talk: Wo is der Westen? Aufspüren von Ideen und Themen aus Five Decolonial Days um Kassel und in Documenta Arbeiten
 
13:00 – 15:00 Uhr
UnWorkshop: Dekolonialisierte Ästhetik, die Kolonialisierung von Macht und Wissen in der “professionellen” Kunstwelt (Museen, Messen, Biennalen, vergangene Documenten, Film Festivals, etc.) und eine Kartierung von dekolonialen Geschichtsschreibungen in ihnen, ebenso wie darüber hinaus, soziale Praktiken, Überidentifikation und Nachahmung in dekolonialem Licht, Dekolonialisierung, Entkräften und Entprofessionalisierung, die 2010 Bogotá Konferenz und Ausstellung, die Hong Kong University Press
 
 
Links & Quellen: (weitere folgen)
Prefacio: Estéticas y opción decolonial (spanisch) PDF
Estéticas Decoloniales book (spanisch):
Revista Calle14 on ARTE Y DECOLONIALIDAD (spanisch)
You Tube channel with videos from Bogotá 2010 (spanisch)
 
 
20:00 Uhr – 22:30 Uhr
Unterhaltung: Nicht. kapitalistisches Leben und die Dunkle Seite des Modernen, Erkenntnistheoretischer Ungehorsam & die Dekolonialisierte Option: Revocation, (Dis)orientierung, und De-okzidentalisierung
 
Screening und Unterhaltung #2 in der Reihe  ‘Decolonizing Film and Video Series’
Session 1 from BE.BOP (Alanna Lockward), clips of Mexican and Caribbean films from 1940s and 1950’s (Teresa Díaz Nerio), Third Cinema Now and Decolonial Thought (María Iñigo Clavo and Dalida María Benfield).
 
Links & resources: (more coming)