Hamburger Hochstraße 24
near Hein-Köllisch Platz
»target: autonopop« open mic.
Tobias Still, Rahel Puffert, und Michel Chevalier open a discussion round with various non-binding topics, — including the following:
"who is the public for art? Who should the public for art be?"
"where is art ? Where should art be?"
"is ambivalence a quality when one experiences art?"
"is the selected distribution channel (artist-run space, affordable multiples, internet, commercial gallery) a part of the content of the respective artwork?"
"what if artists were not economically dependent on sales of "works", but instead were paid intervention/exhibition fees?"
"who/what prevails in the current art-market/institution synergy?"
"what would happen to art if class domination were ended?"
"true, false, or open to debate: 'Projects such as "Wir nennen es Hamburg" and "subvision" play their part in the spectacularization and depolitization of committed, grass-roots work in the art field, and thereby aid the efforts of some to undermine efforts at sustainable critical involvement.' (Cornelia Sollfrank, 1.09)"
"Culure policy = Culture Business?"
"what is a local artist?"
"can contradictions be ordered into a hierarchy?"
This event was made possible thanks to support from the Behörde für Kultur, Sport und Medien in Hamburg