— AN ARGUMENT RATHER THAN AN OBJECT —  WE CREATE AD-HOC INTERVENTIONS THAT CELEBRATE THE POSSIBILITIES OF APPROPRIATING SPACE. WE USE AN ARCHITECTURAL LANGUAGE THAT IS ACCESSIBLE AND CAN BE IMPLEMENTED WITHOUT A GREAT DEAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE EFFORT. THIS APPROACH AIMS TO MAKE PARTICIPATION EASY AND BREAK DOWN BOUNDARIES. WE ORGANIZE WORKSHOPS, CONCERTS AND PERFORMANCES IN UNUSUAL PLACES IN COLLABORATION WITH VARIOUS ARTISTS. WE USE INFLATABLE INSTALLATIONS AS A WAY OF ENGAGING A DISCUSSION ABOUT CURATORIAL PRACTICE, OPPORTUNISTIC URBANISM AND THE ROLE OF ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS AS PLACE-MAKERS AND PROVOCATEURS.



2023
BERLIN


2023
BERLIN

2022
BERLIN

2022
BERLIN

2021
BERLIN
48 H NEUKÖLLN

2019
PARIS
RESIDENCY

2019
PORTUGAL
BIENNALE MAIA

2020
BERLIN
THF

2018

BERLIN/ HAMBURG

2018
FRANKFURT

2020
FRIBOURG
RESIDENCY

2020
BERLIN
ART WEEK

2015

COPENHAGEN
ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL

2020

POLAND

2019
BERLIN

2017

BRANDENBURG

2019

BERLIN

2018

BERLIN

2018
BRANDENBURG

2014
BERLIN


AERO SCREEN

Agora & insurgencias.net present a two-day public program facilitating a workshops, a video mapping artwork, a theatre screening, a fermentation bar and a panel discussion to share artist-led research projects from Latin American artists in Berlin dealing with environmental activism.

With the desire to open spaces of possibility, the practices highlighted by this event are works-in-progress that research, resist and formulate new questions around the hegemonic extractive logics of consumption and control. Divided in 4 subtopics: Extra(a)ctivism / Alternative Narratives / Artistic Operations / Ethics, “Ecologies of Protest” offers an opportunity to give visibility to a vast but fragile cartography of social concerns which often remain at the periphery of our attention, transversed by the consequences of a neo-liberal economic model brought by colonial history. 

currated by Paz Ponce
in collaboration with  GA Estudio (Chile) 

Contributing artists: Gabriel Vallecillo (Honduras), Julia Mensch (Argentina) and Michelle-Marie Letelier (Chile), in conversation with Paz Guevara (Chile). As remote guests: YAMA Theater Collective (joining from Ecuador), Paola Ospina (joining from Colombia).  GA Estudio: (Tomás García de la Huerta & Xaviera Gleixner, Chile).

produced by Agora Collective e.V. in collaboration with ZK/U - Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik as project partners. The program is Funded by Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe in the frame of the Fellowship-program "Weltoffenes Berlin" and hosted by Uferstudios Für Zeitgenössischen Tanz.