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An Atlas of Commoning: Places of Collective Production
Curatorial team: Anh-Linh Ngo, Mirko Gatti, Christian Hiller, Max Kaldenhoff, Christine Rüb (ARCH+); Elke aus dem Moore (ifa / Akademie Schloss Solitude); Stefan Gruber (CMU)
Research partners: School of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, and TU Berlin, Institut für Architektur, Fachgebiet Prof. Rainer Hehl
An Atlas of CommoningAn exhibition by the ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) in cooperation with ARCH+ Journal for Architecture and Urbanism. The exhibition will be presented in Berlin in cooperation with Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien.
Responsible: Ronald Grätz
Planning and organisation: Sabina Klemm
Technical realization: Martin Edelmann, Manuel Reinartz
Exhibition design: Stadelmann Schmutz Wössner Architekten, Berlin
Graphic design: Heimann + Schwantes, Berlin
© Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen e. V. (ifa), Stuttgart, Germany; ARCH+; artists; authors.
ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) is Germany’s oldest intermediary organisation for international cultural relations, having celebrated its centenary in 2017. It promotes a peaceful and enriching coexistence between people and cultures worldwide. Its programmes pursue five core themes: Cultural Exchange, Dialogue of Civil Societies, Migration & Culture, Culture & Conflict, and Europe. ifa supports artistic and cultural exchange in exhibition, dialogue and conference programmes, and it acts as a centre of excellence for international cultural relations. It is part of a global network and relies on sustainable, long-term partnerships. ifa is supported by the Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany, the state of Baden-Württemberg and its capital Stuttgart. www.ifa.de/en
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