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Deep Dive ‎

On 12 May 2022, the Käte Hamburger Research Centre global dis:connect was officially inaugurated. At the grand opening, Monica Juneja, Professor of Global Art History at the University of Heidelberg, delivered the keynote lecture entitled Awkward, unstable, creative: dis:connection as world-making.


Video by Toby Mulherrin

Gabriele Klein (University of Hamburg, former fellow at global dis:connect) speaks about dance, digitalisation and globalisation, and how new technologies produce specific connections and disconnections in the experience of dance. Recording at the global dis:connect annual conference 2022 (20 October, Munich).

Parastou Forouhar and Cathrine Bublatzky talk about the ambivalent and multi-layered meanings of interruption, detour and absence in the Forouhar’s art, which in their entanglements are co-constitutive phenomena of globalisation processes and their inherent dis:connections. Recording at the global dis:connect annual conference 2022 (20 October, Munich).

On 13. June 2023 T.J Demos, Professor of the History of Art and Visual Culture at University of California, Santa Cruz, delivered the keynote lecture entitled ‘Weaponized Environments: From The Migrant Image to the Media of Causes’.


Video by Felix Ehlers.