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With Karol Radziszewski

The artist Karol Radziszewski speaks about the stories that are lived but remain untold. His archive-based practice has traced the history of queer art in Eastern and Central European countries, with his latest project focussing on Ukraine’s queer history.

The talk takes place in English and is moderated by Charlotte Knaup, curator at Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart.

About the speaker: Karol Radziszewski (b. 1980, Poland) works with film, photography, painting, installations and creates interdisciplinary projects. His archive-based methodology, crosses multiple cultural, historical, religious, social and gender references. Since 2005 he is publisher and editor-in-chief of DIK Fagazine, a periodical that to this date is the only Central and Eastern European art magazine to focus on queerness.

The latest issue is dedicated to Ukraine and co-edited with Anton Shebetko. In 2015 Radziszewski founded the Queer Archives Institute, as a non-profit, artist-run organisation dedicated to research, collection, digitalisation, presentation, exhibition, analysis and artistic interpretation of queer archives, with a special focus on Central and Eastern Europe.
An event in the framework of Making Spaces: A Programming Series in Solidarity with Ukraine, funded by the Kuratorium Preußischer Kulturbesitz.

Participation free of charge

(Program in English)

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