Published on September 1, 2022 Updated on September 15, 2022
from 14
to 17 July 2022

From July 14 to July 17, 2022, the SHAKIN' project participated in the Summaery - the annual exhibition of student work - of the Bauhaus-University Weimar. A conference "Shakin' knowledge spaces" and an exhibition presenting student works of the year 21/22 and the "Who knows? Online in-process Handbook" were organized by the Shakin project team.

The events were organized as part of the summaery 2022.
The conference "Shakin' spaces of knowledge" gathered three students from the international project group "Stupid Togetherness" (S. Komulainen, Lilo Nöske, Galyna Sukhomud), Marijana Cvetkovic, Arjit Bhattacharyya and was moderated by Eva Krivanec.
The starting point of the discussion was a project developed in the framework of this year's SHAKIN' student collaboration. Called "Stupid Togetherness", it proposes a corporeal experience of space that unexpectedly and ironically subverts existing spatial power hierarchies and attempts to convey a sense of community and belonging. From this starting point, the other speakers outlined the ways they have found in their professional practice to deconstruct, disrupt and displace the classical approach to knowledge spaces. How to appreciate, produce and use different knowledge in an autonomous and emancipated way?
The recording of the conference is available on

The exhibition presented the projects developed by the students during the year 22/23 and presented for the first time in Lyon in March. The public could also access and give feedback on the "Who knows? Online in-process Handbook".
Sarah Cordonnier
Marijana Cvetkovic



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