FATart Fair 2022
This year we are celebrating a small anniversary. The exhibition is taking place for the fifth time.
Program, date, opening hours, place
The supporting program is supported by Pro Helvetia, Swiss Arts Council.
Saturday 10.09.22: 15h - 16h
Artistic and curatorial strategies for more diversity in art
On the occasion of the 5th FATart Fair we would like to take stock. How concretely are different actors working for more diversity in the Swiss art scene? What are the problems they encounter? What strategies have they found to deal with them? What have they already achieved? Where do we currently stand? And how can different concerns be connected intersectionally? In the panel Dr. Tove Soiland (University of Innsbruck) will talk with Prof. Dr. Dorothee Richter (ZHdK), Apiyo Amolo Brändle (politician, musician and artist) as well as Ursina Gabriela Roesch and Mark Damon Harvey (co-founders FATart Fair) about their experiences, wishes and perspectives.
Saturday 10.09.22: 17h- 18h
Opportunities of migrant biographies
This conversation does not want to focus on the problems, but to confidently show what opportunities and possibilities can lie in migrant biographies and their perspectives on society, especially with regard to art making. For this panel, Indrani Das Schmid (journalist and founder GFGZ), Sultana Savvi (artist) and Mark Damon Harvey (artist and expert intersectionality) discuss their personal experiences.
Saturday 10.9.2022 and Sunday 11.9.2022: 14h
Dialogical tour through the exhibition
Performance, Friday 09.09.2022, 19h:
"durezieh and ..." by Eva Marlin and Guilherme Almeida.
Friday 9.09.22: 17-21h
Saturday 10.09.22: 11-21h
Sunday 11.09.22: 11-17h
Baumgartenstrasse 23, 2nd & 3rd floor,
Our rooms are also accessible for people in wheelchairs. From the entrance on the Baumgartenstrasse side there is a spacious elevator (the sidewalk on the Baumgartenstrasse side is accessible from the Rhine side). This leads to the 2nd and 3rd floor. Our WCs are also wheelchair accessible.
Dogs are not allowed in the rooms, unless they are assistance dogs.