Wechselwirkungen
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Daners, Peter et al. (Eds.): Wechselwirkungen: Kunst im Kontext der Inklusionsdebatte, Heidelberg: arthistoricum.net, 2019. https://doi.org/10.11588/arthistoricum.471

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Published 03.04.2019.

Entstanden im Rahmen eines Kooperationsprojekts der Bundesvereinigung Lebenshilfe e. V. mit dem Museum Folkwang, gefördert durch die Aktion Mensch.

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Peter Daners, Frederik Poppe, Annika Schank and Melanie Schmitt (Eds.)

Wechselwirkungen

Kunst im Kontext der Inklusionsdebatte

This conference volume deals with the issue of art and inclusion from interdisciplinary perspectives: Experts from museums as well as from the fields of Rehabilitation Sciences, Art Theory and Disability Studies discuss the artistic production, presentation, mediation and reception of works by artists in need of assistance. In addition to academic research the book also contains methodological reflections: Artist collectives and studios present their working methods and networks, drawing on sample projects they have completed. Questions concerning curatorial practice, inclusive exhibition concepts and the role of the institutions are addressed as well as inclusive approaches to art education. Interviews and reviews introduce the reader to some artists in need of assistance and provide an insight into their work.

Peter Daners is an art historian and art mediator. He completed his studies of Art History, Christian and Classical Archaeology at the universities of Bonn and Louvain-La-Neuve. Following his time as a research assistant at the Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn he became head of the education department at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. Since 2014 he has been Curator of Education at Museum Folkwang.

Frederik Poppe is a professor at the Department for Social Work, Media and Culture at Merseburg University of Applied Sciences. He is a graduate of Universität der Künste Berlin (Berlin University of the Arts) and holds a degree in Rehabilitation Sciences from the Humboldt University, Berlin. After receiving his PhD with a study on “Interactions between artists in need of assistance and their caregivers” he worked for four years as managing editor for the professional journal TEILHABE.

Annika Schank is an art historian and art mediator. After completing her studies at Bonn University and Université Sorbonne in Paris she started working as a research associate in the education department of Museum Folkwang and as a lecturer at the Department of Art and Material Culture at TU Dortmund University.

Melanie Schmitt is a freelance art educator and art historian. She develops and implements concepts, strategies and working methods for cultural and sociocultural contexts. From 2002 to 2016 she was the deputy head of Atelier Goldstein run by the Lebenshilfe in Frankfurt am Main. Since 2016 she has been responsible for the concept and establishment of the Kunsthaus run by the Gold-Kraemer-Stiftung near Cologne as an artistic director.

Contents
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Front Matter
Table of Content
Peter Daners, Frederik Poppe, Annika Schank, Melanie Schmitt
Preface
Frederik Poppe
Wechselwirkungen
Inklusionsorientierung in der Bildenden Kunst
La ‹ S › Grand Atelier
«La Mixité»
Durchmischung als dritte Sprache
Michiel de Jaeger
Aus der Sicht einer Künstlerin
Ein Interview mit Barbara Massart
Rachel Mader
Hauptsache gemeinsam
Zu Aktualität und Beweggründen kollektiver Kunstpraxis
Sven Fritz, Melanie Schmitt
Marien Kirche
Neugestaltung der Zisterzienserinnenkirche durch das Atelier Goldstein
Jutta Schubert
Künstler*innen mit Behinderung sichtbar machen
Diversität im Kunst- und Kulturbetrieb in Deutschland
Jutta Pöstges
Büro für Augen, Nase, Zunge, Mund, Herz, Hand und Maske (die alles überdeckt)
Eine Zusammenarbeit von Kunsthaus KAT18 mit Eva Kot’átková und Kolumba Kunstmuseum
Amanda Cachia
Die Politik des «kreativen Zugangs»
Ein Leitfaden zur kuratorischen Praxis im Kontext von Critical Dis/ability
Amanda Cachia
The Politics of «Creative Access»
Guidelines for a Critical Dis/ability Curatorial Practice
Annika Schank, Peter Daners
Künstler*innen mit Assistenzbedarf präsentieren
Die Perspektive eines Museums
Stefanie Wiens
‹ Platz da! ›
Vom inklusiven Kunstvermittlungsprojekt zum Unternehmen
Annika Schank, Peter Daners
Inklusive Methoden in der Kunstvermittlung
Praxisbeispiele aus dem Museum Folkwang
Viola Snethlage-Luz
Das Aber
Alles beim ‹Gleichen› in der Rezeption von Kunstschaffenden mit Assistenzbedarf?
Werkbesprechungen
Kai Jobusch
Siegfried Schulz
Natalie de Ligt
Poet des Schweissens
Die Konstruktionen von Roland Kappel
Viola Snethlage-Luz
Das zufällige Zusammentreffen zweier Zitronen und vier Ohren im Treppenhaus
Annika Schank, Peter Daners
Schwebungen
Ästhetische Strategien im Werk von Julius Bockelt
Anhang