trafo.K works on research and mediation projects at the intersection of education and critical knowledge production. Artistic interventions, scientific studies, training courses and workshops, media and youth projects, as well as consulting for museums and exhibitions and projects in public space. Main focuses are contemporary art, science communication, and contemporary history.
“Dissent includes consensus and is characteristic of a free state; one who knows he can object, also knows that if he does not object, he effectively agrees.” (Hannah Arendt)
Faced with a neoliberal world that threatens to become increasingly fascist, the evening starts with quotes from history and the present day that lay the ground for discussions of counter narratives and agency. Possible strategies will be discussed.
What could a convergence of struggles that confront structural racism, anti-semitism, authoritarianism, exploitation, denial of history, violence and exclusion be? How could we implement ideas for a practice of change? What is missing?