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SUSANNE BOSCH is an artist, educator and independent researcher. She received a PhD “Learning for Civil Society Through Participatory Public Art” from the University of Ulster in Belfast in 2012. From 2007-2012, she developed and led the Art in Public MA at the University of Ulster in Belfast, together with artist Dan Shipsides. As an “interface activist”, Susanne practices internationally in public art projects asking questions about long-term issues, and building creative arguments around the ideas of democracy and sustainable futures. Her art often involves the issues of money (Restpfennigaktion (Left-over Penny Campaign), Germany, 1998-2002; Initizativa Centesimo Avanzato, Naples, Italy, 2008-2009; Hucha de Deseos, Madrid, 2010- 2011) and Rest-Münz-Aktion (Liechtenstein, 2017), migration (My European Family video 2012, Athens and Kassel, Germany; The Prehistory of Crisis II, Belfast and Dublin, 2009); and societal visions and participation models (Cities Exhibition, Birzeit University Museum, Palestine 2012-13; Das Gute Leben, Glücklich kommt von Selbermachen, Bregenz, Austria 2014; Dies ist Morgen, Osnabrück, Germany 2015; Utopisten und Weltenbauer, Dortmund, Germany 2015; Das Mögliche im Sein, Götzis, Austria, 2015). Susanne develops site and situation-specific interventions, installations, videos, drawings, and audio as well as dialogical formats. In her artistic research, and as facilitator, she uses formats such as writing, seminars and workshops. She is trained in Open Space and Art of Hosting facilitation (2008, 2014), as well as conflict transformation (2004) and systemic constellation work (2014). Susanne has been working internationally in Austria, Italy, Ireland, the UK, Greece, Palestine, Spain, USA, Mexico, Malaysia as well as in Turkey. She was the artistic research fellow in the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP), a European partner network of six countries (2014-2018) as well as in generationKUNST in Lower Saxonie/Germany (2017-2019). She currently advises and develops an institute for art education (BA, MA and research) at the HBK Braunschweig (University of Fine Arts, 2019-2020) in collaboration with the AG for artistic teacher education as well as being the Artistic Researcher for What Does He Need?, an cross-inner-city collaboration between Fiona Whelan, Brokentalkers and RYP in Dublin 8.

 

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„Kollaboration meint dagegen eine Zusammenarbeit, bei der die Akteure einsehen, dass sie selbst im Prozess verändert werden und diesen Wandel sogar begrüßen“.  Mark Terkessidis in Kollaboration, suhrkamp, 2015.

Kunst ist für mich eine Praxis, um über soziale, politische und historische Ereignisse in den Dialog zu treten sowie eine Schnittfläche, wo durch/mit ästhetischen Formen ein anderer Umgang mit den gegebenen Verhältnissen erprobt werden kann. Als "Schnittstellen-Aktivistin" arbeite ich an Langzeitfragen, die sich mit Demokratiebegriffen und einer nachhaltigen Zukunft beschäftigen. Das beinhaltet u.a. Arbeiten über gesellschaftliche Visionen und Beteiligungsmodelle (u.a. Cities Exhibition, Birzeit University Museum, Palästina 2012-13; Dies ist Morgen, Osnabrück, 2015; Subcontracted Nations, Qattan Foundation, Palästina 2018, und Solidarity Crunch Zones, Villa Massimo, Rom, 2020-21),  Geld (u.a. Restpfennigaktion, Deutschland, 1998-2002; Neapel, Italien, 2008-2009; Madrid, 2010-2011, Liechtenstein, 2017) und Migration (u.a. the border, 2020 Berlin; Kartografien (in) einer Landschaft, 2020 DA Gravenhorst; The Prehistory of Crisis II, Belfast und Dublin, 2009).

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