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Internationalism After the End of Globalisation

The second part of the "Never Again: Art against War and Fascism in the 20th and 21st Centuries" conference was the summit "Internationalism after the end of globalisation".

Following the famous 11th thesis on Feuerbach, the aim of the summit was not only to reflect upon the failures of globalisation, but to revisit internationalism as an unfinished project.

Forms of action/forms of connection

Keep it Complex, "Unite Against Dividers - Organise With Others – Make it Work"

Keep it Complex

a collaborative and evolving organisation which confronts political issues through ideas and action. It developed out of an artist-run Remain campaign during the UK’s EU referendum in 2016. Keep It Complex is about making clear what we want and collectively devising ways to get what we want: a peaceful, caring, angry, anti-austerity, factual, DIY, transnational, struggling, messy, family-friendly, queer, inclusive, intergenerational, generous, diverse society. It’s about using art to have conversations with people you don’t usually talk to. It’s about not giving in to fear and apathy.

Theo Prodromidis, "The realities and possibilities of action"

Theodoros Prodromidis

artist and director based in Athens, Greece. Since 2017, he has been a Visiting Artist under the program Risk Change at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and a volunteer at the Open School for Immigrants of Piraeus. Ηe is a member of the Institute Of Radical Imagination and a member of Solidarity Schools Network. For 2019-2020, he is a fellow of Artworks, a Stavros Niarchos Foundation Artist Fellowship Program.

Zuzanna Hertzberg, "Artivism as every day antifascism"

Zuzanna Hertzberg

painter, author of installations, performative actions, artivist and educator. She deals with subjects of memory and body, as well as issues related to a broad sense of identity and geopolitics. She participated in a number of exhibitions in Poland and abroad. She is member of Antifascist Coalition as well as co-founder of Jewish Antifascist Block.

Sabina Sabolović (WHW), "The revision and continuity of anti-fascism"

Sabina Sabolović

member of the curatorial collective What, How & for Whom/WHW formed in 1999 and based in Zagreb and Berlin (together with Ivet Ćurlin, Ana Dević and Nataša Ilić). WHW organizes production, exhibition and publishing projects and is involved in long-term collaborative platforms and cultural politics. Since 2003 WHW has programmed Gallery Nova, a city-owned space in Zagreb. Alongside this, WHW has curated international projects including 11th Istanbul Biennial, 2009; Meeting Points 7 – “Ten thousand wiles and a hundred thousand tricks” (Zagreb, Antwerp, Cairo, Hong-Kong, Beirut, Vienna, Moscow), 2013-14 and “Really Useful Knowledge”, Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid 2014. Most recently they curated “My Sweet Little Lamb (Everything we see could also be otherwise”) in collaboration with Kathrin Rhomberg, a series of exhibitions based on the Kontakt Art Collection and taking place across Zagreb and at the Showroom, London (in collaboration with Emily Pethick) in 2016-17. Currently members of WHW are directors of Kunsthalle Wien.

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