Get Ready for Engadin Art Talks Zuoz 2024

This year’s public programme in the Swiss Engadin valley explores the theme, ‘Beyond Powerless’

E.A.T / Engadin Art Talks is pleased to announce its annual, multidisciplinary forum dedicated to culture and innovation – from January 26-28 2024, in Zuoz, Switzerland. This year’s theme is ‘Jenseits von Ohnmacht – Beyond Powerless’.

Among the participants will be Simone Fattal, Hernando Chindoy, and Paola Audrey Ndengue. Koyo Kouoh, Chief Curator and Director of the Zeitz MOCAA Museum in Cape Town, is responsible for the selection of invited speakers for the first time in this edition, along with Daniel Baumann, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Philip Ursprung.

With a dynamic mix of conversations, performances, and experiences, E.A.T aim to reflect a space of possibilities beyond the prevalent ‘powerlessness’, a space to discover strength, regain hope, and enable action. Our world is in a serious crisis with global health, security and environmental problems out of control – and art can, and should, play a central role in restoring balance.

Speakers 2024

Elisa Silva (Architect, Venezuela), Hernando Chindoy Chindoy (Professor & Indigenous Inga Leader of Wuasikamas Initiative, Colombia), Menelaos Karamaghiolis (Artist, Greece), Klaudia Schifferle (Artist, Switzerland), Christopher Kulendran Thomas (Artist United Kingdom), Paola Audrey Ndengue (Content Producer, Entrepreneur & Media Personality, Côte d`Ivoire), Simone Fattal (Artist, France), Rasha Salti (Writer Curator, Canada), Zilla Leutenegger (Artist, Switzerland), Franziska Aigner (Cellist, Performer, Germany), Deborah-Joyce Holman (Artist, United Kingdom), Dieter Schwarz (Curator and Author, Switzerland).

Team of Curators 2024

Hans Ulrich Obrist (Artistic Director, Serpentine Galleries, London)
Daniel Baumann (Director, Kunsthalle Zürich)
Dorothea Strauss (Curator, Switzerland)
Koyo Kouoh (Director Zeitz MOCA, Capetown)
Philip Ursprung (Professor for the History of Art and Architecture and Dean of the Department of Architecture of ETH Zurich)

General Public Hours:

Saturday 10am – 1pm and 3pm – 6pm
Sunday 10:30am – 12 noon
Location: Zuoz, Switzerland and online

Tickets are available for purchase.

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