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Passcode: Beuys2021!The artistic and social agenda of Joseph Beuys, according to his concept of social sculpture, which aims at a transformation of society through art, melts elements of art, activism and realpolitik.
In this online talk-event, Sakiko Sugawa, a member of the Center for Reproductive Labor gives an insight into the activities of the center, which intends to offer feminist political education with a specific focus on reproductive labor. Sugawa also introduces the visual language, the Center developed for their Instagram account, which is the forefront of its communication strategy. Sugawa presents various aspects of reproductive labor, whose complexity in the course of advancing globalization and the current corona-crisis has even increased. The postings of the Center for Reproductive Labor within the scope of beuys on/off can be viewed on the project website www.beuysonoff.com.
Fri, 03.09.2021 7:00 PM JST
Language: Japanese with simultaneous English interpretation
Price: Free of charge, no advance-registration required