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Culture+Conflict organises panel discussions, seminars and conferences. We also participate in an increasing number of activities managed in partnership with other organisations.

Our last event, on 4 November 2017, was a one-day symposium exploring different ways of challenging social and political divisions.

Goethe-Institut London |10am-17.30pm Saturday 4 November 2017

Speakers: Barby Asante (artist); Marc Bauer (artist); Kathrin Böhm (artist); Emily Druiff (Peckham Platform); Alistair Hudson (mima / Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art); Loring McAlpin (artist / Gran Fury, New York); Mark Terkessidis (author, member of Academy of the Arts of the World); Wato Tsereteli (director, Center of Contemporary Art Tbilisi, Georgia)

Programmed by Marcel Bleuler (artas foundation), Michaela Crimmin (Culture+Conflict), Raphael Gygax (Frieze Projects)

Recent political events have pointed to the fragility of social, cultural and international ties. Amidst the current re-emergence of divisions in Europe and elsewhere, artists are testing new ways of making connections, variously challenging the binaries of cultural and political difference, and exploring the power of informal communities and self-organization.

Previous events have been programmed with organisations including Goethe-Institut London; Mosaic Rooms; Amnesty International; Delfina Foundation; Free Word Centre; the Royal College of Art; Imperial War Museum; the Institute of Contemporary Arts; the House of Lords; Goldsmiths, University of London; the Royal Court Theatre; the Southbank Centre; and the University of Manchester.

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