Talks / Workshops


Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany
20 Nov 2013

What do art and science have in common and what distinguishes them from one another? Over the course of three evenings, stipendiaries of the UdK Berlin (University of Art) discuss this question with their guests.

The artist Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa, in conversation with artist Kizito Maria Kasule, cultural theorist Christian Kravagna and historian Florence Bernault, explores why Britain has kept more pictures of prisons and prisoners from its colonial rule in Uganda than any other form of memento:TRICKY ASSIGNMENTS: REPRESENTING THE COLONIAL PRISON

Featuring contributions from Florence Bernault (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Kizito Maria Kasule (Makerere University), Christian Kravagna (Vienna Academy of Fine Art), Ignatius Sserulyo (Artist), Bonifacio Mulindwa (Former Prisoner) and his wife Rosalie.

‘Tricky Assignments: Representing the Colonial Prison’ is part of ’Salon für aesthetische Experimente’ – a series of events organised by the Fellows of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at the University of the Arts (UdK), Berlin.


Wednesday  20.11.2013 | 19:00 h | Free admission

Haus der Kulturen der Welt, John-Foster-Dulles Allee 10, 10557 Berlin.



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