Anguish Language is a workshop/symposium which approaches language as a core aspect of the present social crisis. Participants include musicians, hackers, performance artists, poets, literary scholars, writers and artists. Participants will discuss and construct practices of 'crisis literature' through political philosophy, walks, code, poetry, drawing, writing experiments and performance. The results of the symposium will be compiled and edited into a publication to be launched in early 2014.
The workshop is full but is open to guests on Friday.
John Cunningham, Danny Hayward, Anke Hennig, Martin Howse, Anthony Iles, Suzanne Goldenberg, Karolin Meunier, Mattin, Jacob-Bard Rosenberg, Marina Vishmidt, Wealth of Negations.
Organised by Anthony Iles, associate researcher UdK, Berlin
Schedule - Friday (open to guests)
11.00 John Cunningham – Communist fiction anti-work anti-shop Lunch
15.00 Marina – Plan for an Activity in Mind (Moabit environs of ZKU)
20.00 Crypt/Outdoor Party ZK/U
With the support of: