Coming Up:

March 9, 2018
“On Hands In Gloves” (Lecture)
at the interdisciplinary symposium Apparition – The (im)materiality of modern surface
Leicester Castle, De Montfort University, Leicester, U.K.

April 16-22, 2018
Screening of “Feeding Back (Or: And Still We Keep Holding On To Our Spoons”
at the International Political/Activism Film Festival 2018, Athens, GR.

May 15-17, 2018
“On Hands In Gloves”
at the conference Politics of the Machines – Art and After
EVA Copenhagen, DK.

Recent Activities:

“Feeding Back (Or: And Still We Keep Holding On To Our Spoons)”
(Lecture Performance)
October 22, 2017
Virtualities & Realities,
Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga, LV.

“Material Utopias” (Lecture Performance)
as part of the book launch of The Sandberg Series
September 29, 2017
Stedelijk Book Club: Press! Print! Publish!
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, NL.

“Tropes of a Palm” (Lecture Performance)
September 6, 2017
as part of Präsenz, Kritik, Utopie
Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, DE.

“Tropes of a Palm” (Screen-based Reading)
& “Winds & Wheels” (Reading)
June 16/17, 2017
as part of Critical Studies End Of Year Programme
Butcher’s Tears, Amsterdam, NL.

“Tropes Of A Palm”
May 20, 2017
Botanical Garden VU, Amsterdam, NL.

Surface Level Expressions, edited by Lucie Berjoan, Rosie Haward, Asja Novak, Stefanie Rau and Aidan Wall;
designed by Callum Copley and François Girard‑Meunier.
Booklaunch with readings: May 5, 2017
San Serriffe, Amsterdam, NL.

“A Device With Defects”
(w/ live transcription by Lucie Berjoan)
April 21, 2017
conceived by Ghislaine Leung
Künstlerhaus, Stuttgart, DE.

“Gathering Thoughts Like People” (Lecture Performance)
April 14, 2017
as part of One Publishes to Find Comrades
fanfare, Amsterdam, NL.

“Feeding Back (or: And Still We Keep Holding On To Our Spoons)” (Lecture Performance)
September 29, 2016
as part of SEEN BY #6: On Off Shore,
curated by Paul Feigelfeld
Museum for Photography, Berlin, DE.


Stefanie Rau, Alt-Moabit 45, 10555 Berlin.

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