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I Wanna Be Your Dog II - Animal Liberation in Contemporary Art

Event accompanying the exhibition

Symposium at Dortmunder Pauluskirche on 5 May 2018

"Kann Kunst Tierbefreiung?" / "Can art animal liberation?"

In the context of 4. Dortmunder Kirchentag MENSCH-TIER-SCHÖPFUNG

Location:

Pauluskirche Kirchenstr. 31, 44147 Dortmund

Programme:

11:30 Uhr: Doors open
12.00 Uhr: Welcome (Jessica Ulrich, Friedrich Laker)

Talks

12:15 – 13:00 h: Collin Goldner „Pietà der Tiere“
13:00 – 13:45 h: Victoria Windtner „Kunst befreit alle Tiere*“

Break until 14:30 h

14:30 – 15:15 Uhr: Hartmut Kiewert „Kann Kunst Tierbefreiung?“
15:15 – 16:00 h: Hörner/Antlfinger „Hasen - sich ein Bild machen und etwas zu Ende denken“

Break until 16:45 h

16:45 – 17:30 h: Chris Moser "Kunst muss Tierbefreiung!"
17:30 – 18:15 h: Der Artgenosse "Hey, Veganer!"

Break until 18:30 Uhr

18:30 – 19:30 Uhr: Panel discussion with all lecturers – moderation: Jessica Ullrich

Concert

20:30 – ca.22:00 h: Music by FaulenzA

Duration of talks approx. 30 min with subsequent 10 min Q&A.

> Download programme with details on individual talks (in German)



Lecturers:


Colin Goldner
born 1953 in Munich
Psychologist, author of text books and science journalist
de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Goldner


Hörner/Antlfinger
Ute Hörner, born 1964, has been teaching media art at HKD Halle from 1998 - 2008 Medienkunst an der HKD Halle. Mathias Antlfinger, born 1960, has been artistic-scientfic assistant at HHD Hall form 2000 - 2006
Since 2009 they have been holding a joint tenure for Transmedia Spaces at KHM Cologne.
www.h--a.org


Hartmut Kiewert
born 1980 in Koblenz
Hartmut Kiewert lives and works as visual artist and animal activist in Leipzig
www.hartmutkiewert.de


Patrick Schönfeld 
alias Der Artgenosse
der-artgenosse.de


Jessica Ullrich (Moderation)
born 1969 in Frankfurt/Main
Philosopher, art historian and curator
Research focus: animals and aesthetics, living animals in contemporary art
Editor of "Tierstudein" with Neofelis Verlag
www.we-animals.de/de/jessica_ullrich.html


Victoria Windtner
born1986 in Linz, Austria
Freelance Journalist, editor and author
Research focus: agricultural animal production, agricultural policy, hegemonic image production and political contemporary art
www.victoriawindtner.at