Aalam Wassef The Tyrants Cape
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Aalam Wassef, “The tyrants cape”, 2008; Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Aalam Wassef, Installation view Frankfurter Kunstverein 2012, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Discoteca Flaming Star, “Treppenbanner 1”, 2012; Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Installation view Frankfurter Kunstverein 2012 with works by Jana Gunstheimer and Discoteca Flaming Star, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Various objects with the motifs “Liberty is guiding the people” by Eugène Delacroix, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Installation view Frankfurter Kunstverein 2012, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Installation view Frankfurter Kunstverein 2012, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Installation view Frankfurter Kunstverein 2012, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Installation view Frankfurter Kunstverein 2012, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Installation view Frankfurter Kunstverein 2012, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Installation view Frankfurter Kunstverein 2012, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Installation view Frankfurter Kunstverein 2012, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Installation view Frankfurter Kunstverein 2012, Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Sharon Hayes, “Parole”, 2010; Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Dani Gal und Achim Lengerer, “Spurious Emissions”, 2012; Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein
Nicoline van Harskamp, “Yours in Solidarity Episode 2”, 2011; Photo: N. Miguletz, © Frankfurter Kunstverein

Exhibition Promoter


Demonstrations. Making Normative Orders

Opening: January 19, 2012, 8 pm

“Demonstrations. Making Normative Orders” is a cooperation between the Frankfurter Kunstverein and the Frankfurt University Cluster of Excellence “The Formation of Normative Orders.” Initiated in 2006, the interdisciplinary research group is concerned with the development and transformation of social orders. The scholars of the human and social sciences gathered together in the cluster view the processes and conflicts in question not merely as facts and phenomena to be described in functionalist terms; instead they enquire into the normative conceptions which play a role in this context, and thus confront, and in the process transform, one another. According to their views, it is only in the normative dimension that the dynamic and thrust of the current upheavals and conflicts become apparent.

The joint exhibition project was dedicated to different forms of the public articulation of power, doubt, and protest as a means of examining the negotiation of binding norms through the lens of artistic practices and the history of ideas. “Demonstrations. Making Normative Orders” included over 40 artistic positions from the disciplines of art history and contemporary art and performance.

Protest demonstrations are present throughout the world and are prominently featured in the media. Masses of people on the move, banners held high, slogans being chanted and accompanied by music or moments of silence-all can be read as the overt display of a certain stance. Working from the many faceted meanings of the original Latin word of “demonstrare” -ranging from the simple act of showing to scientific evidence and mass protest on the street - the exhibition explored the connective motifs of demonstrations. Emphasis was placed on elements of movement and blockade, representation and presentation, legitimation and loss of legitimation.

Works produced by contemporary artists have been juxtaposed with those from the context of European art history or cultural history. Historical graphic works and paintings were entered into dialogue with contemporary painting, photography, installation, video works, and numerous performances that have been taken place both in the rooms of the Frankfurter Kunstverein and within the city of Frankfurt. The aim was to present a broad spectrum of aesthetic approaches and artistic positions, which have been complemented by works produced specifically for the exhibition.

A program of events have been engaged with the theoretical and analytical questions of the exhibition and have been involved many of the scholars of the Cluster of Excellence.

Participating Artists: Bani Abidi, Jost Amman, Jean-Jaques-François Le Barbier d.Ä., Claudia Bosse, Irina Botea, Wilhelm Bülow, Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia Tkáčová, Jaques-Louis David, Discoteca Flaming Star, Ludwig von Elliot, Johann Georg Funck, Michael Rößler, Dani Gal & Achim Lengerer, François Georgin, James Gillray, Jana Gunstheimer, Nicoline van Harskamp, Johann Peter Hasenclever, Sharon Hayes, Alexander Hoepfner, Jean-Pierre-Louis Laurent Houël, Jean-Pierre-Marie Jazet, Johann, Jakob Kirchhhoff, Noël Lemire, les trucs, Lovefuckers, Peter Lynen, Marcello Maloberti, Anna Mendelssohn, Rabih Mroué, F.G. Nordmann, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Alfred Rethel, Henry Ritter, Julian Röder, Yorgos Sapountzis,Sandra Schäfer, Georg Schlicht, Eske Schlüters, Adolf Schrödter, Schwabinggrad Ballett, NOH Suntag, Johann Susenbeth, Sarah Vanagt, Massimo Vitali, Aalam Wassef, Nazim Ünal Yilmaz

Curators: Fanti Baum, Britta Peters, Sabine Witt

Accompanying the exhibition is a catalogue with numerous articles by scholars and also many images, which was published by the Frankfurter Kunstverein and the Frankfurt University Cluster of Excellence "The Formation of Normative Orders" with Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Nürnberg.

Accompanying Programme

January 18, 2012, 6.15 pm
Axel Honneth: The Normativity of Morality. Institutional Foundations of Autonomy
Lectures: Normativity. Frankfurt Perspectives
Normativity is the term for a commonplace phenomenon which at the same time defies explanation. What constitutes the force that makes us adhere to social principles, norms and rules? This question will be discussed by the professors Axel Honneth, Rainer Forst and Klaus Günther.
Taking Hegel as point of departure, the bonding force of (ethical) norms can be explained by calling attention to the fact that, as already institutionalized rules of action, they are precisely what make us self-confident participants in social interaction. At the same time, this moral habit must be furnished with a certain reflexive flexibility and correctability. Axel Honneth is professor of social philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy of the Goethe University and director of the Institute of Social Research Frankfurt.

January 20, 2012, 7 pm
What happend when? Conversation with the Artists Irina Botea, Sandra Schäfer and Aalam Wassef
Moderation: Britta Peters (curator)
How are revolutionary events reflected upon in art? Taking as its starting point the three artists' diverse manners of working, the discussion is to revolve around activism, re-staging and research as artistic strategies for addressing upheavals in society. A special focus will lie on the works by these artists on view at the Frankfurter Kunstverein, which together form an interesting geopolitical triangle: Iran in 1978/79 - Romania in 1989 - Egypt in 2011.

January 21, 2012, 4 pm
Yorgos Sapountzis: The Assembled
Yorgos Sapountzis's performances oscillate between procession and gathering: wrapped in silver emergency blankets or armed with constructions made of aluminium rods and flapping fabric, he investigates the cultural heritage of a city. He counters the monumental aesthetic of the memorials with the fragile quality of his performances. In Frankfurt, he and the Assembled will explore the public space between the Römer and the Frankfurt Paulskirche.

January 25, 2012, 6.15 pm
Rainer Forst: On a Critique of Justifying Rationality
Lectures: Normativity. Frankfurt Perspectives
Normativity is the term for a commonplace phenomenon which at the same time defies explanation. What constitutes the force that makes us adhere to social principles, norms and rules? This question will be discussed by the professors Axel Honneth, Rainer Forst and Klaus Günther.
Rationality is the capacity to order and justify the human being's relation to the world-whether the concern is with recognition, judgement or action. Rationality has to find justifiable answers to normative questions – but what should constitute a critique of this rationality? Rainer Forst is professor of political theory and philosophy and co-speaker of the Cluster of Excellence Normative Orders.

January 26, 2012, 4.15 pm
Daniel Feige: Media Autopsy of War – Autopsy of the Media War. Brian De Palma's „Redacted“(R: Brian De Palma; USA/Kanada 2007)
Lectures: Narration and Justification in the Cinema
Narratives have always been used to legitimize moral and political states. With its audio-visual character, the cinema holds a special status in this context. On the basis of three film examples – Redacted, I'm Not There and Minority Report, Daniel Feige, Juliane Rebentisch and Josef Früchtl will discuss whether and how cinematic narrations contribute – or can contribute – to the legitimation and/or delegitimation of normative attitudes and orders.

January 27, 2012, 7 pm
What World Are We Living In? Diagnostic Perspectives on the Society of the Present
Panel: Axel Honneth, Juliane Rebentisch, Joseph Vogl, Moderation: Rainer Forst
The opening panel will bring together various perspectives on current situations of upheaval: the global consequences of the financial crisis have already long been raising questions as to our conception of democracy and the extent to which society's normative orders are of our own making. How can we describe the current transformations? What future will emerge from the present upheavals? And how can they be influenced politically, if at all?

January 27 - January 29, 2012
Office of Upheaval Mastery
We live in a time of radical upheavals whose outcomes defy estimation. But how can we cope with the uncertainties of our time? Whether we are indignant, discontent or curious, a personal talk is often very helpful. Within the framework of the exhibition Demonstrations. Making Normative Orders, the Frankfurter Kunstverein, the Excellence Cluster on The Formation of Normative Orders and the Press and Information Bureau of the City of Frankfurt (PIA) will jointly open the Office of Upheaval Mastery. With the aid of the OFFICE, the Cluster of Excellence will bring its knowledge straight to the Römer. For three days, some forty scholars will move into the offices of the PIA and offer visitors the unique opportunity to receive personal advice on coping with the upheavals of our time in twenty-minute one-on-one talks.
With: Axel Honneth, Susanne Schröter, Thomas Biebricher, Mathias Lutz Bachmann, Peter Niesen, Klaus Günther, Alexander Peukert, Peter Siller, Rainer Forst among others.
Artistic direction: Jan Deck, Fanti Baum

January 28, 2012, 8 pm
The Long Night of the Protest Song
With: Jens Friebe, Christiane Rösinger, Andreas Spechtl, Peter Siller, Thomas Meinecke
Moderation: Jan Deck, Klaus Walter
Music has always been considered an important medium in the struggle for cultural hegemony within the political discourse. But what constitutes political music today? On the Long Night of the Protest Song, Jens Friebe, Christiane Rösinger (Britta/Lassie Singers), Andreas Spechtl (Ja Panik), Eva Jantschitsch (Gustav), Peter Siller and Thomas Meinecke will talk about music and politics, theory and practise, artistic strategies and social movements and will make music. The discussion will be interspersed with musical performances and enhanced by videos and sounds presented by moderators Klaus Walter and Jan Deck.

January 29, 2012, 7 pm
Wither the Protest? Democratic Upheavals from a Global Perspective
With: Günther Frankenberg, Mahmoud Bassiouni, Irene Weipert-Fenne, Barbara Bishay
Moderation: Klaus Günther
During the Arab Spring, courage, passion and creativity brought down numerous regimes. But people are also going out onto the streets and challenging the ruling powers in other regions and countries as well - in Stuttgart, London, Tel Aviv, Athens, Santiago de Chile, etc. A new global 1968? To what extent do these various phenomena have a common denominator? Where can we discern connections, contradictions, misunderstandings?

January 30 and January 31, 2012, 7.15 pm
Frankfurt Lectures – Philip Pettit: “Republican Justice and Democracy”
For the Frankfurt Lectures programme, an internationally outstanding researcher has been invited to investigate a certain aspect of the formation of normative orders in a theoretically innovative and diagnostically trenchant manner in two consecutive lectures. The guest lecturer in January will be the Irish philosopher and political scientist Philip Pettit.

Febuary 2, 2012, 4.15 pm
Juliane Rebentisch: “I am Not There” – On the Critique and Justification in the Biopic(R: Todd Haynes; USA/Deutschland 2007)
Lectures: Narration and Justification in the Cinema
Narratives have always been used to legitimize moral and political states. With its audio-visual character, the cinema holds a special status in this context. On the basis of three film examples – Redacted, I'm Not There and Minority Report, Daniel Feige, Juliane Rebentisch and Josef Früchtl will discuss whether and how cinematic narrations contribute – or can contribute – to the legitimation and/or delegitimation of normative attitudes and orders.

February 4, 2012, 5 pm
Frankfurter Stadtgespräch: Democracy in Crisis? The Intervention Demanded by the Current Upheavals
Klaus Günther in conversation with Joachim Gauck
Moderation: Thomas Biebricher
Joachim Gauck is a pastor, politician and writer. During the peaceful revolution in the German Democratic Republic he was a leading member of the New Forum in Rostock, and after the first and only People's Parliament elections in 1990 a representative of the people. From 1990 to 2000, Gauck was the head of the Stasi Archives, the department in charge of the records of the East German Ministry for State Security and responsible for making them accessible. Gauck has received numerous distinctions for his services to society and his publications. His candidacy for Federal President in 2010 met with a wide response. Klaus Günther is a co-peaker of the Cluster of Excellence Normative Orders of the Frankfurt Goethe University and professor of legal theory, criminal law and criminal trial law. He specializes in the philosophy of law, the discourse theory of law, the theory of forensic argumentation, the concept and theories of responsibility, the legal theory of globalization and legal sociology.

February 4 and February 5, 2012, 8.30 pm
Anna Mendelssohn: Cry me a River
Anna Mendelssohn talks, beseeches, screams and cries. She speaks about ice as a natural habitat and the financial crisis as a complex of global interrelationships, and fights to save the world. In her forceful speech she unites various voices in a single complex figure. She skilfully changes perspectives between forms of social action and the individual sense of powerlessness: a kaleidoscope between rage and hope, revolution and inertia, doubt and legitimation.
In cooperation with Gallus Theater.
Concept/Performance: Anna Mendelssohn; Regie: Yosi Wanunu; Music: Jorge Sánchez-Chiong;
Light design: Jan Maertens
In co-production with: Tanzquartier Wien;
Funded by: Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien und bm:ukk.
With support from: PACT Zollverein (Essen)

February 6, 2012, 2-10 pm
Arrangement Arts: People formation in front of Art, in Art, as Art
Lecture series of HfG Offenbach a.M.; part II hosted by the Frankfurter Kunstverein
We often refer to arrangements in artworks as compositions. But what about the arrangements of the viewers in front of the artworks? What groupings, isolations, formations are we-as participants in participative art practices-confronted with? The question can also be posed as to the extent to which-through its manner of arrangement-the audience of a performance bears an authorizing influence on the event for whose sake it has gathered. After all, whether in artistic or political projects, formations themselves can have a meaningful function, i.e. form the ‘work‘ themselves.
With contributions by: Karl-Siegbert Rehberg (Dresden), Kai Buchholz (Dessau), Britt Schlehahn (Leipzig), Lars Blunck (Berlin), Franz Erhard Walther (Fulda) & Alexander Koch (Berlin) u.a.
Concept, moderation and introduction: Christian Janecke (Offenbach)
Click here for more information on lectures, times and abstracts

February 8, 2012, 6.15 pm
Klaus Günther: The Normativity of Law
Lectures: Normativity. Frankfurt Perspectives
Normativity is the term for a commonplace phenomenon which at the same time defies explanation. What constitutes the force that makes us adhere to social principles, norms and rules? This question will be discussed by the professors Axel Honneth, Rainer Forst and Klaus Günther.
The law enforces and organizes the binding grounds for action which have emerged from the ethical and political orders. This applies, for example, to human rights, whose legal enforcement is a moral imperative. Yet what might constitute an autonomous definition of the normativity of law? Klaus Günther is professor of legal theory, criminal law and criminal trial law and co-speaker of the Cluster of Excellence Normative Orders.

February 9, 2012, 4.15 pm
Josef Früchtl: “For There is no Place That Doesn't See You“ – on „Minority Report”(R: Steven Spielberg; USA 2002)
Lectures: Narration and Justification in the Cinema
Narratives have always been used to legitimize moral and political states. With its audio-visual character, the cinema holds a special status in this context. On the basis of three film examples – Redacted, I'm Not There and Minority Report, Daniel Feige, Juliane Rebentisch and Josef Früchtl will discuss whether and how cinematic narrations contribute – or can contribute – to the legitimation and/or delegitimation of normative attitudes and orders.

February 9, 2012, 7 pm
Discoteca Flaming Star: Actually 12-fold Alissa / Duet #(4 Body)
Present: Cristina Gómez Barrio and Wolfgang Mayer as well as four bodies with texts written on their backs. With the support of the sound sculpture Fever and embraced by the Blinky Palermo wall painting in the Kunstverein staircase and the large Stair Banner, they will talk and sing about monstrosity: we will hear a battle song, a poem about Ayn Rand and by Jacques Brel, and there will be a naked elderly lady in a fur coat. Anda Jaleo!

Claudia Bosse: Burning Beasts
Performative installation in the public space in front of the Frankfurter Kunstverein and Dom-Römer axis
Start of the installation: Monday, February, 13, 2012
Friday, February, 17, 2012, 7 pm (Performance - “try out” in the installation)
Saturday, February, 18, 2012, 7 pm (Performance in the final installation)
Starting point: in front of the Frankfurter Kunstverein
Burning Beasts goes out into the public space to investigate the boundaries and icons of violations of the public order. What are we to do in view of the global uncertainties concerning the future of politics and society? Raise our voices? Collectively refuse to speak? Or let burning beasts speak for us? Burning Beasts is a temporary performative installation in the Frankfurt public space. In cooperation with the students of the Institute of Applied Theatre Sciences of the University of Giessen.
Location: in front of the Frankfurter Kunstverein and on the Dom-Römer-area
Concept and installation by Claudia Bosse; Performers: Travelletti, sowie Gregor Glogowski, Meret Kiderlen, Elisabeth Lindig, Arne Schirmel; technical production: Marco Tölzer; Sound: Günther Auer; Supporting guest: Nele Jahnke
“Burning Beasts” is procuced in cooperation with the Institute of Applied Theatre Studies of the University of Gießen and “theatercombinat” (Vienna) and is part of the exhibition “Demonstrations. Making Normative Orders”. The project is supported by Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, the Hesse Theater Academy and DHL Trade Fairs & Events GmbH.

February 22, 2012, 9 pm
Les trucs: Something with Space
Les trucs is a fully wired two-person-thing orchestra which impresses its audience with its unbridled energy, its handling of innumerable technical devices and its physical presence. In Something with Space, les trucs will explore three different spaces in Frankfurt at which the rules governing social gatherings are firmly established, and will test a new approach to the arrangement of sound in the public realm.
Location: Alte Nikolaikirche, Römerberg

Second event:
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Whereas the first event takes place at only one location, on the second one “les trucs” are moving through the Frankfurt city center.
They will start at the Opernplatz at 6 pm and end their tour at U-Bahn station Dom/Römer, B-level at 9 pm.

March 1, 2012, 7 pm
Lovefuckers: King of the Kings
Demonstrations of power have rarely seemed as bizarre as the grotesque appearances of the overthrown Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi before the global public. In their play King of the Kings, the theatre group Lovefuckers usurp Gaddafi's self-staging strategies and show him as a seventy-centimetre-tall hinged-mouth puppet in an absurd show consisting of power demonstration, music action, gunfire volleys and revolution.
Kindly supported by Künstlerhaus Mousonturm.
Concept / direction: Ivana Sajeviç; performers: Anna Menzel, Annemie Twardawa, Nils Zapfe, Dennis Katzmann; Stage: Basti Valk; Puppets: Dorit Agater; Costumes: Sasha Matteucci; Music: Yujiro Akihiro; Video clips: Christoph Kube
Co-production: Freischwimmer Festival, HfS "Ernst Busch" Berlin, supported with funds from the Allianz Kulturstiftung

March 8, 2012, 8 pm
Frankfurter Stadtgespräch: What's Art Doing? Art's Contribution to Understanding the Current Crises
Christoph Menke in conversation with Carl Hegemann
Carl Hegemann is a writer, theatre practitioner and professor of dramatic theory at the University of Music and Theater Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Leipzig has served as dramaturge at the Thalia-Theater in Hamburg and at the Recklinghausen Ruhrfestspiele, the Stadttheater in Freiburg, the Schauspielhaus Bochum, the Berliner Ensemble and the Volksbühne on Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz in Berlin. Hegemann worked regularly with Christoph Schlingensief for many years. Christoph Menke is a professor of practical philosophy in the Cluster of Excellence The Formation of Normative Orders at the Goethe University in Frankfurt. There he heads the research project on normativity and freedom, which investigates how freedom is substantiated as social normativity and why freedom is always also freedom from social participation and thus from normativity.

March 9, 2012, 5.30 pm
Schwabinggrad Ballett: Beyond the Euro Zone - Πέραν της Ευρωζώνης
On February, the Greeks will prospectively have elected a new parliament. But to what end, if it has nothing more to decide? The people have meanwhile begun joining hands and organizing themselves. Nevertheless, the gatherings that have been taking place on Syntagma Square in Athens are not defined as politics, but as protest. The Schwabinggrad Ballet went to Athens to look for the κοινά-i.e. the matters affecting the commonwealth-on the streets. On the square in front of the ECB-the central location of the German Occupy movement-the Hamburg discourse and action collective will perform methods and contents of Greek-style grassroots democracy.
Click here for more information on the ballett.
An After-Work Gathering in Front of the European Central Bank.

March 14, 2012, 7 pm
Caricature and Carnival. Curator's Talk on the Subversive Potential of Satirical Art
With Leo Fischer (chief editor of the satire magazine “Titanic”) und Ivana Sajeviç and Nils Zapfe (theater performance group “Lovefuckers”)
Moderation: Sabine Witt and Fanti Baum
Demonstrations of power go hand in hand with an interest in controlling one's own visual representation. Particularly artworks have the capacity to expose these stagings in trenchant manner. In art, utterances are often permitted which would be taboo in everyday politics. Taking caricatures, satire and theories of the carnivalesque as examples, the discussion will examine these phenomena.

March 21, 2012, 6-9 pm
Les trucs: Something with Space II
“Initiative New Urban Noise”
The first event of “Something with Space” took place at only one venue. At the second event “Something with Space II: Initiative New Urban Noise”, “les trucs” will be touring as a mobile orchestra through the Frankfurt City Center.

March 24, 2012, 4 pm
Marcello Maloberti: I am the Happiness of the World
Marcello Maloberti invites Frankfurt to participate in the collective performance I Am The Happiness Of The World. Equipped with five black porcelain panthers, a changed flag and various everyday sculptures, Maloberti and a large number of participants will proceed through the Frankfurt Station District in what will be a mixture of parade, demonstration and happening without a political message, but nevertheless serving as a mirror of society.

April 20, 2012, 7 pm
Final presentation Schulstudio #8 - “Who determines the order?”
The exhibition “Demonstrations. Making Normative Orders” at the Frankfurter Kunstverein is dedicated to the vital act of negotiating binding social norms and the power relationships that they reflect. Working from the many-facetted meaning of the term “demonstration”, the exhibition is dedicated to various articulations of power, protest, and doubt in public space.
Within the framework of Schulstudio #8 - “Who determines the order?” students from 10 different courses at various Frankfurt schools have explored different forms of “demonstrations” and have developed their own artworks over the past two months. Never before so many students have been involved in a project unit of the Schulstudio art education program.
The starting point of the project was the art historical and contemporary works of art and performance, which were shown in the exhibition “Demonstrations. Making Normative Orders” and which present a diverse range of “demonstrations”. These very different modes of expression stimulated discussions and served as an ongoing frame of reference. During workshops students considered how they might articulate their own messages in public space-whether political or personal in theme. The results were performances that took the form of demonstrations as well as photographic works, texts, stickers, and posters.
Together the students will “demonstrate” the outcomes of the workshops at ATELIERFRANKFURT during the final presentation on Friday, April 20, 2012 at 7 pm. The project participants will jointly decide the selection of the presented works and the form in which they are shown, that is, the way in which associations are drawn between individual works.
Schulstudio has been nominated for the BKM Prize for Cultural Education 2012 and is supported by the Aventis Foundation in conjunction with their cultural initiative “eXperimente”.

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