BERLIN GLOBAL Open Spaces
André Raatzsch, curator of the Open Space “Citizens with Equal Rights”, takes a critical look at the BERLIN GLOBAL exhibition. The conversational guided tour ties in to the Open Space presentation on the history of Berlin’s Sinti and Roma, and visits other parts of BERLIN GLOBAL. It focuses on topics such as antiziganism today, the politics of imagery, Remembrance Culture debates concerning the Holocaust, and the role of prominent Sinti and Roma figures.
The guided tour is part of the programme accompanying the Open Space “Citizens with Equal Rights” by the Documentation and Cultural Center of German Sinti and Roma. After the tour, all participants are invited to take part in a joint discussion.
The art scholar André Raatzsch is head of the Documentation Department at the Documentation and Cultural Center of German Sinti and Roma in Heidelberg. Together with historian Jan Kreutz he curated the Open Space exhibition “Citizens with Equal Rights” on the history of Berlin’s Sinti and Roma. The main purpose of his work is to broaden the depiction and presentation of German history to encompass the neglected perspective of German Sinti and Roma.
- Price: 10 EUR, incl. admission
- Group size: 22 people
- Language: German
- Duration: 90 minutes
- from 14 years
Humboldt Forum: Berlin Ausstellung, 1. OG