Autor: christophbalzar

  • ips

    Der »IDENTITY PROJECT« SPACE; click to enlarge Der »IDENTITY PROJECT« SPACE ist ein kollektiv gestalteter, virtueller Raum zur Auseinandersetzung mit den Grundsätzen und Vermittlungsstrategien des »Identity Project« der Universitäten Harvard und Potsdam. Er wurde von Studierenden der Fachbereiche »Ästhetische Bildung« und »Kunst« im gleichnamigen Theorie-Praxis-Seminar bei Dr. Christoph Balzar als neuartiges Format der Wissenschaftskommunikation konzipiert […]

  • museumslabor-dahlem

    Museumslabor DahlemInstallation / lecture-performances, 2008–2010 The Museum Laboratory Dahlem was an art education program focused on Aboriginal Australian artefacts in Berlin’s Ethnological Museum Dahlem. Many of these objects are considered secret-sacred or „tjuringa“ by their traditional owners, the Arrernte people of Central Australia. Their representatives assert that these „objects“ are not mere objects. Even today, […]

  • PachaMilli

    Museo PACHA MILLI PACHA MILLI is a shamanistic research centre near Pasto, Colombia. It was founded in 2013 and is based on a historical collection of pre-Columbian ceramics, a generous donation by the poet Clara Luz Zúñiga. Besides painted clay bowls and vessels, this collection contains numerous erotic and anthropomorphic artefacts and ceremonial tools. These […]

  • Geschützt: OST-BERLIN

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  • Kolonialismus-Mahnmal

    Für ein Kolonialismus-Mahnmal im Herzen Berlins!Kampagne für den Berliner Schlossplatz, 2014, Balzar & Shalati für »dezentral e.V.«

  • No es arte.

    »No es arte.« Tayrona and Kogi Heritageproject, 2009–2016, Colombia, Germany, Netherlands, UK „No es arte.“ is an interdisciplinary research group founded in 2009 by Christoph Balzar and Hanune Shalati. It revolves around the harsh critique of the world of Western museums and the capitalist art market by the Kogi people from Colombia. The Kogis are […]

  • Avarice

    Hercules vertreibt die Habgier aus dem Tempel der Musen [Hercules Chasing Avarice from the Temple of the Muses; Baldassare Peruzzi & Ugo da Carpi, ~1518, wood cut, colorized]

  • uluru

    Uluru, c-print, edition of 5/5, 500,0 x 178,0cm, 2005

  • »Europa Ladrona!«

    Oceanic Inspiration Winding veils round their heads, the women walked on deck. They were now moving steadily down the river, passing the dark shapes of ships at anchor, and London was a swarm of lights with a pale yellow canopy drooping above it. There were the lights of the great theatres, the lights of the […]

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