• Ecofeminism and the forrest session at Waldraum
    April 29, 2022 → Who Are We? #7 reading eco-feminism and the forest

    No common is possible unless we refuse to base our life and our reproduction on the suffering of others, unless we refuse to see ourselves as separate from them. 

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  • March 8, 2022 → Who Are We #6 Feminist Night Scapes

    Wherever you are, whether you are wearing a warm coat or enjoying a fresh breeze, whether you are walking in daylight or darkness, if like me you are in Berlin. This walk is taking us through landscapes with different expressions of urbanity, there are many portraits to draw of this city. We pass through garden colonies, different streets, narrow and wide, cobbled, the canal, former horse stables, cemeteries, balconies waving peace flags. Along the way, we meet different kinds of creatures, bacteria, plants, small and large animals, including several humans, some are accompanied by dogs. Some are considered native, others invasive, some harmless, others dangerous, all of them sharing the same living space.

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  • October 17, 2021 → Who Are We #5 Spot on Economies at PACT Zollverein

    Deepening the practice of and research conducted within our Who Are We initiative, over the course of two weeks we had the possibility to stretch our tentacles in many directions; confronting the neo-liberal system based on scarcity with an activism of abundance (Valeria Graziano and Giulia Palladini); staging a Common Wallet – imagining how to unlearn negative associations between money, precarity and taboos, and replace them with practices of radical trust…

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  • October 1, 2021 → Who Are We #4 Roaming Workshops

    In autumn 2021 Who Are We participated in a series of events convened by the Research Training Group Minor Cosmopolitanisms at the University of Potsdam entitled ‘Approaches to Decolonial Work During a Pandemic’ that deals with a postcolonial approach to ecologies, inequalities, bodies, indigeneities and alternative genealogies.

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    June 9, 2021 → Who Are We #3 ¥€$! at Dragonerareal w/ Guerilla Architects

    To trigger a discussion on sustainable, healthy and fair working conditions Who Are We spoke to Magdalena Ziomek, managing director of the cooperative for freelancers – SMartDE eG, and Anna Mareike Holtz from Kulturbüro ehrliche Arbeit. We would like to pragmatically shed light on cooperative and solidary working principles and legal forms, but also on how to organise and discuss collaborative work more politically.

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    March 3, 2021 → Who Are We #2 Hard C* Times

    Cultivating the small seed that we planted, a seed of a different working culture, based on non-violent communication and solidarity, on joyful self-criticism, on care for (our) bodies and minds…

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  • December 2, 2020 → Who Are We #1 Launch at Haus der Statistik & online w/ Zuloark

    With a nod to artist Mierle Ukeles Laederman’s 1969 Maintenance Manifesto with the much quoted question of “After the revolution, who’s going to pick up the garbage on Monday morning?”, the following questions can be asked: Who writes e-mails over the weekend? Who is active on twitter? Who keeps the facebook account alive? Who cleans the space for the next meeting? Who organizes timelines and resources? Who writes the grant applications?

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