Reading in the Void - Marginalized Artists in Germany - Zoom Lecture by Azadeh Sharifi, 8.10.22, 6 p.m. (broadcast live at Schaudepot)
Which artists and artistic productions have been and are being collected and archived in Germany? Whose art and cultural production is racialized, ethnicized and marginalized? And how can this void be dealt with? This lecture will use historical examples to discuss German memory culture, especially when it comes to racialized and migrant artists.
Azadeh Sharifi is Visiting Assistant Professor (DAAD-Gastdozentur) at the Department of Germanic Languages & Literatures at the University of Toronto. Previously, she was a Visiting Professor at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK). Her research focuses on (post)colonial and (post)migrant theater history, contemporary performance art, and intersectional and decolonial practices in theater. She is currently working on a (post-)migrant German theater history since 1955. Together with Lisa Skwirblies she edited the publication “Theaterwissenschaft postkolonial/ dekolonial”, published by transcript Verlag (OpenAccess) in August (2022).
This lecture is part of Das Schaudepot - Spezial IV am 8.10.2022.