Prof. Asli Serbest

Interdisziplinäre Projekte mit Entstehung von Installationen, Objekten, temporären Räumen, Videos, Sound und Text
© Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Joshua Redfearn

Professur für Temporäre Bauten

Kunst und Design
Aktuelle Kurse

  • Klasse Prof. Asli Serbest
    künstl.- prakt. Unterricht
    Kurs Nr.: FK.D.KA
    Semester: SS 2021
  • 9D Teamprojekt
    Gestalterische Projektarbeit
    Kurs Nr.: ID.MA.TP2.04
    Semester: SS 2021
  • Temporary Spaces Kunsthalle Baden-Baden
    Projekt
    Kurs Nr.: ID.BA.IP.11
    Semester: WS 2021/22

    This semester we are invited to realize a collective spatial intervention and show our works at Kunsthalle Baden-Baden as a part of the exhibition "Conditions of A Necessity". https://conditionsofanecessity.net https://kunsthalle-baden-baden.de/en/program/conditions-of-a-necessity/ In the collective framework of the class, we will develop a publication for the Kunsthalle. With the aim to critically reflect space as a temporary category, Temporary Spaces class deals with historical, political, social, technological, and aesthetic aspects of spatial production. Beyond disciplinary conventions and boundaries, the class explores practices that include various media and experimentation with space, in different scales, from urban interventions to video, installations, performances, sound, and text. The works are research based spanning critical theory and ancient philosophy, feminist and queer theories, socialist architectural utopias etc. Ultimately, Temporary Spaces is a platform for the collaborative creation of reflexive aesthetic experiences. Collective gatherings are in English. In regular gatherings participants come together to discuss ideas, approaches, and work with other members of the class, faculty, and guests. A series of presentations, lectures and other inputs will be given during the semester to support individual and collective development. The modules Temporary Spaces Plenum, Temporary Spaces Workshops, Temporary Spaces Kunsthalle Baden-Baden are interconnected.
  • Master Abschlussarbeit- Lernwerkstatt/Werkschauvorbereitung 9D
    Lernwerkstatt
    Kurs Nr.: ID.MA.MA LW 9D
    Semester: WS 2021/22
  • Klasse Prof. Asli Serbest
    künstl.- prakt. Unterricht
    Kurs Nr.: FK.D.KA
    Semester: WS 2021/22
  • Temporary Spaces Workshops (Media Design / Free Elective / Spez. Gebiete / Interdis. LV)
    Seminar
    Kurs Nr.: DM.M-MD
    Semester: WS 2021/22

    A series of workshops will focus on providing necessary skills and exchanging hands-on knowledge for spatial works. 3D Modeling, architectural drawing and dérive workshops are planned. The workshops are to be extended by students. With the aim to critically reflect space as a temporary category, Temporary Spaces class deals with historical, political, social, technological, and aesthetic aspects of spatial production. Beyond disciplinary conventions and boundaries, the class explores practices that include various media and experimentation with space, in different scales, from urban interventions to video, installations, performances, sound, and text. The works are research based spanning critical theory and ancient philosophy, feminist and queer theories, socialist architectural utopias etc. Ultimately, Temporary Spaces is a platform for the collaborative creation of reflexive aesthetic experiences. Collective gatherings are in English. In regular gatherings participants come together to discuss ideas, approaches, and work with other members of the class, faculty, and guests. A series of presentations, lectures and other inputs will be given during the semester to support individual and collective development. The modules Temporary Spaces Plenum, Temporary Spaces Workshops, Temporary Spaces Kunsthalle Baden-Baden are interconnected.
  • Temporary Spaces Plenum
    Projekt
    Kurs Nr.: IntL.02
    Semester: WS 2021/22

    Related to their particular ideas, desires and practices students are invited to develop individual projects in the collective framework of the Temporary Spaces class. This semester, after a lecture including the definition of space as a fish that eats another fish and is then eaten by another one, we will develop (and continue) our individual projects. The diverse definitions of space will be connected to our discussions on the topic of Queer Ecologies or Domestic Revolution (from last semesters). Please bring a self-written abstract (3 to 4 sentences) that includes the thematic interest and a crucial research or project question to the second session. With the aim to critically reflect space as a temporary category, Temporary Spaces class deals with historical, political, social, technological, and aesthetic aspects of spatial production. Beyond disciplinary conventions and boundaries, the class explores practices that include various media and experimentation with space, in different scales, from urban interventions to video, installations, performances, sound, and text. The works are research based spanning critical theory and ancient philosophy, feminist and queer theories, socialist architectural utopias etc. Ultimately, Temporary Spaces is a platform for the collaborative creation of reflexive aesthetic experiences. Collective gatherings are in English. In regular gatherings participants come together to discuss ideas, approaches, and work with other members of the class, faculty, and guests. A series of presentations, lectures and other inputs will be given during the semester to support individual and collective development.
  • Teamprojekt 1/3 9D
    Projekt
    Kurs Nr.: ID.MA.TP1/3.04
    Semester: WS 2021/22

    We will start this semester with a get-together and workshop. We will introduce ourselves and give a preview to the semester in 9D. Related to their particular ideas, desires and practices students are invited to choose one or more of the following topics connected to the framework of the 9D Master’s Studio. 1. Temporary Spaces: Asli Serbest This semester we will realize a collective spatial intervention at Kunsthalle Baden-Baden (https://conditionsofanecessity.net), exchange hands-on knowledge and necessary skills for spatial works, and develop our individual projects in the collective framework of the Temporary Spaces class. With the aim to critically reflect space as a temporary category, Temporary Spaces class deals with historical, political, social, technological, and aesthetic aspects of spatial production. Beyond disciplinary conventions and boundaries, the class explores practices that include various media and experimentation with space, in different scales, from urban interventions to video, installations, performances, sound, and text. The works are research based spanning critical theory and ancient philosophy, feminist and queer theories, socialist architectural utopias etc. Ultimately, Temporary Spaces is a platform for the collaborative creation of reflexive aesthetic experiences.… 2. Samuel Nyholm: see “Kursangebot in the Veranstalltungs Verzeichnis” 3. Interplay or Alchemy of the Cinematic / Beat Brogle The impact of film works through the "interplay" from image and sound, cut and montage. In the course, we will practice whit cinematic phenomenologies in a "basic research" way. "Experimental systems, then, are extremely tricky devices; they must be seen as sites of emergence, as structures we have devised to capture the unthinkable. They are like spider webs. Something must be able to get caught in them. Something of which one does not know exactly what it is, nor exactly when it will come. They are devices for creating unpredictable events. " The molecular biologist Mahlon Hoagland has spoken of "surprise generators" in this context. / From the article by Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, May 5, 2007, NZZ Online The title 9D indicates the sum of 2D + 3D + 4D. It addresses, on the one hand, a transversal approach to making things across 2D, 3D, and 4D, that is, beyond strict disciplinary, medial or institutional borders. On the other hand, 9D refers to the 9 or more dimensions (critical, non-linear, affective, queer, ecological, archaeological, etc.) that underly each idea, thing, or project and that call for research strategies, methods, and a process based thinking and making. This thinking and creating takes place within a collective environment where students will learn to develop projects in exchange with others and share different modes of working, (un-)learning, and ordering.
  • Masterprojekt 9D
    Projekt
    Kurs Nr.: ID.MA.MP.04
    Semester: WS 2021/22

    The master project should be chosen and developed with regard to the master thesis, e.g. experimenting with different media formats and forms of presentation. In addition, courses offered by the BA ID MD and Art can be taken. Feedback and discussion on the projects will take place during the monthly MA 9D plenums, the 9D Stammtisch and in one-on-one meetings with the professors.
  • Professionalisierung - Skillupdate 9D
    Seminar
    Kurs Nr.: ID.MA.P.14
    Semester: WS 2021/22

    Individuell mit den Studioleiter*innen zu vereinbarender Umfang und Inhalt - kann zum Beispiel auch ueber die aktive Teilnahme an BA-Angeboten in den Bereichen Wissenschaft und Gestaltung abgedeckt werden oder ueber Werkstattkurse.
  • Individuelles Projekt 9D
    Projekt
    Kurs Nr.: ID.MA.IP.04
    Semester: WS 2021/22

    Ein selbstgestelltes Thema wird individuell recherchiert. Entwürfe/Konzepte sowie ein mediengerechte Umsetzung etc. werden bis zum Semesterende erarbeitet und idealerweise in einem geeigneten Format präsentiert. Feedbacks und Diskussion zu den Projekten ist das monatlich stattfindente MA 9D Plenen der 9D Stammtisch und Einzelgespräche mit den Professor*innen. Eine Teilnahme an den Lehrveranstaltungen BA von Brogle, Nyholm, Serbest ist ebenfalls möglich.
  • Klasse Prof. Asli Serbest
    künstl.- prakt. Unterricht
    Kurs Nr.: FK.D.KA
    Semester: SS 2022
  • Temporary Spaces Portfolio
    Gestalterische Übung
    Kurs Nr.: ID.BA.P2.01
    Semester: SS 2022

    The portfolio class aims to prepare participants for “real world” experiences. “Portfolio” thereby includes the whole range of possibilities to introduce our practices — from a website to a resume, Instagram accounts, video trailers, mailing lists, business cards, NFT collections, or any other representation of a body of work. Selections will be made according to the interests and needs. Anyways, in the collective framework of the class, we will critically discuss issues related to portfolios: identity, representation, (art) market, etc. The class will start with the presentation of two previous works by each participant and will continue with a conversation on selection, categorization and documentation processes. While participants can choose any format to develop a portfolio, they are encouraged to find a specific purpose (application for a residency, scholarship, …) to “realize” and “use” a portfolio. For this reason, we will collaborate with experts who will give us a general overview of possibilities. ____With the aim to critically reflect space as a temporary category, Temporary Spaces class deals with historical, political, social, technological, and aesthetic aspects of spatial production. Beyond disciplinary conventions and boundaries, the class explores practices that include various media and experimentation with space, in different scales, from urban interventions to video, installations, performances, sound, and text. The works are research based spanning critical theory and ancient philosophy, feminist and queer theories, socialist architectural utopias etc. Ultimately, Temporary Spaces is a platform for the collaborative creation of reflexive aesthetic experiences. Collective gatherings are in English. In regular gatherings participants come together to discuss ideas, approaches, and work with other members of the class, faculty, and guests. A series of presentations, lectures and other inputs will be given during the semester to support individual and collective development. ____
  • 9D Teamprojekt
    Gestalterische Projektarbeit
    Kurs Nr.: ID.MA.TP2.04
    Semester: SS 2022
  • Master Abschlussarbeit- Lernwerkstatt/Werkschauvorbereitung 9D
    Lernwerkstatt
    Kurs Nr.: ID.MA.MA LW 9D
    Semester: SS 2022
  • Temporary Spaces
    Seminar
    Kurs Nr.: IntL.01
    Semester: SS 2022

    Related to their particular ideas, desires and practices participants of the plenum are invited to develop individual projects in the collective framework of the Temporary Spaces class. Departing from a lecture that defines space as a fish that eats another fish and is then eaten by another one, we will develop (and continue) our individual projects. Please bring a self-written abstract (3 to 4 sentences) that includes the thematic interest and a crucial research or project question to the second session. This class will develop an exhibition for the Hochschultage in summer. ____With the aim to critically reflect space as a temporary category, Temporary Spaces class deals with historical, political, social, technological, and aesthetic aspects of spatial production. Beyond disciplinary conventions and boundaries, the class explores practices that include various media and experimentation with space, in different scales, from urban interventions to video, installations, performances, sound, and text. The works are research based spanning critical theory and ancient philosophy, feminist and queer theories, socialist architectural utopias etc. Ultimately, Temporary Spaces is a platform for the collaborative creation of reflexive aesthetic experiences. Collective gatherings are in English. In regular gatherings participants come together to discuss ideas, approaches, and work with other members of the class, faculty, and guests. A series of presentations, lectures and other inputs will be given during the semester to support individual and collective development. ____
  • Temporary Spaces Workshops (Special Topics in Digital Media/Interdisciplinary/Free Electives)
    Seminar
    Kurs Nr.: DM.M-MA-2/B-MA-2
    Semester: SS 2022

    A series of workshops will focus on providing necessary skills and exchanging hands-on knowledge for spatial works. 3D Modeling, NFT minting, and dérive workshops are planned. The workshops are to be extended by participants. ____With the aim to critically reflect space as a temporary category, Temporary Spaces class deals with historical, political, social, technological, and aesthetic aspects of spatial production. Beyond disciplinary conventions and boundaries, the class explores practices that include various media and experimentation with space, in different scales, from urban interventions to video, installations, performances, sound, and text. The works are research based spanning critical theory and ancient philosophy, feminist and queer theories, socialist architectural utopias etc. Ultimately, Temporary Spaces is a platform for the collaborative creation of reflexive aesthetic experiences. Collective gatherings are in English. In regular gatherings participants come together to discuss ideas, approaches, and work with other members of the class, faculty, and guests. A series of presentations, lectures and other inputs will be given during the semester to support individual and collective development. ____

Vita

Asli Serbests kollaborative Arbeiten überspannen Raum-, Bild-, Sound- sowie Textpraktiken und entwickeln, je nach Prozess, Installationen, Objekte, temporäre Räume, Videos, Sound und Text. Ihrer feministischen Konstitution folgend, stellen sich diese Projekte weniger als fixierte Räume und Objekte dar, sondern als physische oder digitale Versionen, die ein Interesse an formaler Variation und maßstäblicher Verzerrung teilen. Sie spielen Architekturgeschichten, Ereignisse und Bewegungen neu durch, mit dem Ziel, Raumproduktion und damit verbundene Machtverhältnisse zu befragen.

Asli Serbest lehrte als Professorin interdisziplinäre Kurse in den Bereichen Architektur und Kunst, unter anderem an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart und der Rhode Island School of Design. Nach ihrem Studium in Istanbul promovierte sie über spekulative Raumstrategien und eine Kritik der Moderne.

Sie publiziert und stellt international aus, u.a. auf der Biennale di Venezia, Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Riverrun Istanbul, Pinakothek der Moderne München, Storefront for Art and Architecture New York, HKW Berlin, Vancouver Art Gallery, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, New Museum New York; in e-flux journal, Volume Magazine, Perspecta, The Gradient-Walker Art Center, Istanbul Art News, AArchitecture, Deutschlandfunk, etc.

Asli Serbest gibt Junk Jet, ein unabhängiges Magazin über Kunst, Architektur und Medien heraus.

Im Jahr 2019 ko-kuratierte sie die 7. Internationale Sinop Biennale 2019 unter dem Titel "A Politics of Location" - eine Ausstellung, die auf situierten Praktiken und kontextuellen Prozessen in der anatolischen Schwarzmeerregion basierte.

Für die Biennale di Venezia 2021 hat sie Beiträge entwickelt, die sich mit den Auswirkungen der Internetkultur auf räumliche und urbane Praktiken und Beziehungen beschäftigt.

Mehr zu ihren Arbeiten hierzur Klasse Serbest oder auf Instagram

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