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Halle School of Common Property, Halle (Saale) August 2004


Within the context of the 6th Werkleitz Biennale's debates on knowledge as common property, the Werkleitz Gesellschaft will organise a 5-day series of workshops and seminars under the title Halle School of Common Property from 27 to 31 August 2004, directly preceding the festival. (6th Werkleitz Biennale Common Property/ Allgemeingut, 1 to 5 September 2004)

In a number of workshops international cultural producers and artist groups working within the frame of informal (that is deliberately alternative, self-organised, non-institutional) knowledge production will invite participants to develop new forms of artistic and cultural production within and outside academic structures.

The following artists, producers and groups have been invited:

AGENCY (Belgium)
Craig Baldwin (US)
Critical Studies (Sweden)
Dennis Kaspori (The Netherlands)
Mute Magazine (International)
School of Missing Studies/SMS (International)
Université Tangente (France)

The Halle School of Common Property addresses a national and international audience. Some first results of the workshops will be presented at the 6th Werkleitz Biennale. In addition, the event is intended to serve as a condensation point for a continuing exchange between the individual groups and participants.

All workshops will be held in English. We recommend you to register early as the number of participants is restricted - the deadline for registrations is 15 July 2004. Participation in the workshops depends on the date of arrival of the filled application form at the office of Werkleitz Gesellschaft.

Application forms and more detailed information on the several workshops can be found on our website at
For all inquiries please contact Christian Schult.

Please forward this to people who might be interested in participating.

The 6th Werkleitz Biennale is funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation, the state of Saxony-Anhalt, Stiftung Kulturfonds, Lotto-Toto GmbH of Saxony-Anhalt, the City of Halle (Saale), Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung GmbH and Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle

Werkleitz Gesellschaft e.V.
Zentrum für kuenstlerische Bildmedien Sachsen-Anhalt
Christian Schult
Coordinator Halle School of Common Property

Organization: projekt

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