SQEK Copenhagen seminar

The Squatting Europe Collective (SQEK) Seminar
December 4-6, 2011 in Copenhagen

Sunday, December 4

10.00-12.00: Internal Sqek Meeting
12.00-13.00 Lunch in the People’s House

Presentations

13.00-14.00: Miguel, “Squatting and the 15M movement / #spanishrevolution”
14.00-15-00: Femke, “Cracking the participation creed: The squat-mosque as an inspiration for intercultural self-organisation”
15.00-15.30 Break
15.30-16.30: Armin, “Between Intervention and Radical ‘Free Spaces’: Squatter Movements at the Beginning of the Neoliberal City”
16.30-17.30: Joost, “Defining what is open: Squatting as the problematic practice of recommonifying urban space in negotiation towards audiences and the self”
18.00: Dinner at Tina’s place

Monday, December 5

Presentations

10.00-11.00: Thomas, “Squatters are urban planners! Innovative effects of squatting on public policies”
11.00-12.00: Hans, “Squatting as Balanced Empowerment”
12.00-13.00: Lunch in the People’s House
13.00-14.00: Alan, “Circulating Movement Information in the Sphere of Art”
14.00-15.00: Edward: “Theory and practice – activism and the academy”
15.00-15.30: Break
15.30-16.30: Elisabeth Lorenzi, “Self-research and squat practice”
16.30-17.30: Amantine, “Gender and squatting: debates about anti-sexism, patriarchy and heteronormativity in Germany”
18.00: Dinner at The Candy Factory (or in the People’s House)

Tuesday, December 6

10.00-12.00: Internal Sqek Meeting
12.00-13.00: Lunch in the People’s House
13.00-18.00: Visiting The Youth House, The Candy Factory and Christiania.
18.00: Dinner at Christiania

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