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In trying to become “objective”, Western culture made “objects” of things and people when it distanced itself from them, thereby losing “touch” with them.
Gloria Anzaldúa

In the two-part exhibition, artistic practices of collective unlearning and anti-authoritarian knowledge transfers form the basis for the transtemporal and transgeographic repositioning of The Aesthetics of Resistance. Designed as a spatial ecology that expresses a heterogeneous community and different forms of knowledge, Undisciplinary Learning: Space accommodates a flexible scenography for emancipatory practices, stories, and socialities. As a programmatic overture in the neighboring spaces of the group exhibition, the performative archive Trümmerberg Kilimanjaro by Nathalie Angue-zomo Mba Bikoro and Anaïs Héraud-Louisadat (Squat Monument) interweaves the urban traces of colonial cultural and migration contexts of Tempelhof—where District is located—with the voices of protagonists from anticolonial and anti-racist resistance.