Arts of the Working Class and Goethe-Institut LA's Worlds of Homelessness assemble:
Celebrating labor for twenty-four hours? Housing precocity and homelessness on the streets of the world.
Voices from different cities are discussing housing situations on different continents, societal behavior towards what is 'not worth aspiring to', fantasies and realities of the streets and how we navigate the layers of structural inequality.
The Goethe-Institut L.A.'s Worlds of Homelessness is a project that offers an interdisciplinary engagement with the issue of homelessness and its many related themes such as the gap between rich and poor, participation, inequality, gentrification, racism, and migration.
Arts of the Working Class is a global art newspaper that rethinks the distribution of poverty and wealth, art and culture. It is published and edited by Alina Ana Kolar, María Inés Plaza Lazo & Paul Sochacki, for the streets of the world.
Entry + Registration 14.30
Opening Discussion at Roter Salon
16:00 – 18:30 Presentation & Discussion
Sellers of Arts of the Working Class, Participants of the project ‚Worlds of Homelessness‘, Representatives of Obdachlosenhilfe e.V., moderated by Armen Avanessian
Film „Ex*st“, Performance & Q&A with Radames Eger
Price: 5 - 8€
Worlds of Homelessness proposes an interdisciplinary and global engagement with homelessness and its connections to inequality, gentrification, racism and migration. The project creates a platform for local and international artists, architects and scholars to come together to share ideas.