Sensory Futures #1: The work to end all labor –

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Date(s) - 02/06/2018
2:00 pm - 8:00 pm



Sensory Futures #1:

Performative & critical gathering
Saturday, 2 June, 14:00-20:00, Körsbärsvägen 9, Stockholm

Participants: Olivia Berkowicz, Rasmus Fleischer, Astrid Grelz, Alice Håkansson, Julia Kouneski, Mattin, Max Ronnersjö, Frida Sandström and Karl Sjölund

Language: English

Free admission

Med stöd från Stockholm stad


Warmly welcome to ‘The work to end all labor’. This is the first iteration of the Sensory Futures-series. The format is open to join at anytime. Some soft drinks and snacks will be provided on site. A detailed time-schedule will be posted shortly.

Rasmus Fleischer: How do we think revolution and unthink socialism?
Astrid Grelz: Value criticism and aesthetics. Anselm Jappe and the future of art
Mattin: Negation of What We Are
Frida Sandström: Inburst

What is the work to end all labor? – concluding panel discussion with Mattin, Astrid Grelz & Rasmus Fleischer, moderated by Olivia Berkowicz.

Alice Håkansson: durational one-to-one performance
Max Ronnersjö: technical work
Karl Sjölund: A Sense of War

Julia Kouneski’s video works will be screened throughout the day:
Support System (2018)
Shapeshifter (2017)
Kairos (2009)


This event is organized by Marianna Feher as part of a degree project within Curating Art, International Master’s Programme at Stockholm University.

Sensory Futures is an artistic platform and a series of seminars including gatherings, performances and workshops. is a non-profit independent site for development and exchange of interdisciplinary choreographies and performance, located in Stockholm. initiates and manages comprehensive artistic projects which critically address social and political discourses, such as current projects Reading Edge Library and (im)perfect choreographies. was founded in 2004 by Cristina Caprioli, and has since 2016 been directed by Izabella Borzecka.

Accessibility is located on the lower ground floor in a tower-block apartment building, about 5 min walk from subway station Tekniska högskolan. The address is Körsbärsvägen 9, lower ground floor. The nearest bus station is Körsbärsvägen (bus 61) or Valhallavägen (bus 4). A large red-white entrance sign called ccap is visible outside the front door. Use the door bell if the entrance is closed. We recommend mobility services to navigate Körsbärsvägen 7 on their GPS. In order to reach the front door, vehicles must drive over a sidewalk and follow along the Arcadia hotel facade. It is not possible to reach the venue by stairs or lift through the apartment building’s entrance. The venue is accessible for movement disabilities. Regretfully, the venue does not provide a hearing loop or resources for vision diverseness. Information about and our events is most often provided in English, however our staff also speak Swedish, Polish, Italian, Russian and other non-verbal languages.

Thanks to, ABF, Stockholm stad och Stockholms universitet