Adrienne Goehler, graduate psychologist | curator, publicist | former president of the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg, former Senator for Science, Research, CultureVenue:
HGB, Raum 2.41
Adrienne Goehler will talk about cultural and aesthetic dimensions of sustainability based on some of her projects such as examples to follow! expeditions in aesthetics and sustainability, Sustainability needs Deceleration needs Basic Income | Livelihood or TRANSVISION: OderlandBerlin. With the FÄN | Fonds Ästhetik und Nachhaltigkeit (Fund for Aesthetics and Sustainability), which she initiated more than 10 years ago, she calls for complicity and indispensably promotes interdisciplinary research and action beyond the boundaries of previous artistic contexts and spaces. For a comprehensive transformation towards a sustainable way of living, it is necessary to leave the echo chambers and to activate the artistic, the scientific as well as the social movement knowledge in equal measure. In order to let society learn from and participate in the thinking of the arts and sciences in transitions, provisories, models and projects, an equal coexistence of the different forms of knowledge and other funding vessels and structures are needed. Society cannot afford to forego the skills and assets of artists in the century-long task of "sustainability" by keeping them permanently at or below subsistence level.
Adrienne Goehler is a psychologist, author, curator, publicist, theorist of Unconditional Basic Income, Affiliate Scholar at the Institute For Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS Potsdam), former President of the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg, former Senator for Science, Research, Culture. She is an activist and meddler who has spent her life meandering between apparent certainties in art, science, movements in an effort to break down the respective silos...
Continuing conversation with Adrienne Goehler: Wed 23/11/2022, 11:00 - 14:00, Room 2.32a
The talk is part of the public event series EXPANDED SUSTAINABILITY of Prof. Christin Lahr's class Artistic Action and Research with guests in the winter semester 2022/23.