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Browse through circa's past physical exhibitions documentation and digital experiences.

How to Situate Spaces of Uncertainty
Opening - 13.03.2020
Daria Sazanovich, Fredy Solan and Lucas Kalmus + Farzad Golghasemi

How to Re-situate the Collective Body/Place #1
Opening - 10.04.2020
Online Conversation: 17.04.2020, 7pm
Diogo da Cruz, Clara Osterburg and Renen Itzhaki

How to Re-situate the Collective Body/Place #2
Opening - 17.04.2020
Online conversation: 24.04.2020, 7pm
Timo Hoheisel, Manana Kobakhidze and DIS-PLAY (Carlotta Drinkewitz + Delia Jürgens + Lorenz Liebig + Tarik Kentouche + Yean Gi Hong)

How to Re-situate the Collective Body/Place #3
Instagram takeover / Instagram account: circa106
April 10th - 15th / 20th - 25th April / 26th April - 1st May
Lydia Klammer / Simon Schadwinkel + Clara Romero Aguado + Felix Becker / Gasper Kunsic

Structures that Initiate Change
An online response from the students of the course “Structures that initiate change”. The students will present short excerpts of their projects.

Works by Hakeem Adam, Debaditya Bhowmik, Nadia Castro, Nina De Castro, Yunna Diao, George Farid, Lin Hui, Angsumita Nath, Varun Raval, Artem Stepanchuk, Müge Pelin Sen, Kashish Sharma and Xin WANG.

This project was initiated and guided by Irena Kukrić and Prof.Dr. Andrea Sick and supported by the Digital Media Program at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen.

Shape Shifting | Sightings at circa 106
Opening - 26.03.2021
Lucas Odahara in conversation with Antonio Hofmeister Ribeiro, Rahel Jüngling, Rogerio Nishizawa, Hanna Stijnen, Karina Burjakov, Ziyi Li, Victor Artiga Rodriguez and Aria Farajnezhad.

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