Being Wrong 

Ten-part public lecture series on the artsprogram theme of the year

In cooperation with the international multilingual street journal Arts of the Working Class, philosophers, sociologists, literary and art theorists will talk about films, music, literature, images, performances and everyday rituals in which an existential "Being Wrong" becomes audible. The lecture series explores the question of whether we are living in a time in which we are epistemically and practically wrong with all our convictions, practices, forms of knowledge, institutions and infrastructures, even into the collective unconscious, and thus even transcendentally wrong?

Form of Event

The series of ten lectures will take place on Tuesdays at 7.15 p.m. in the Black Box of the Fallenbrunnen Campus of Zeppelin University. From 7:00 p.m. and after the lectures, the artsprogram and center for cultural production invite you to drinks and a stew.


The lecture series will be broadcast as a live stream. Access can be found via the link under the respective announcement.

You have the possibility to participate in the lecture via the browser. Please use Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Alternatively, you can download the Microsoft Teams app and then also participate via Safari.

Events in detail

1 TUE 07.02.2023 | ZF Campus | Black Box |19:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Armen Avanessian; Prof. Dr. Karen van den Berg, Prof. Dr. Jan Söffner (Professors at Zeppelin University): „On Being Wrong“ (Paneldiscussion)

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2 TUE 14.02.2023 | ZF Campus | Black Box | 19:15 Uhr

Dalia Maini & Pawel Sochacki (Künstler AWC, Berlin): "Partners in Crime – About illegality, crime and disobedience“

Followed by Magazine Launch with Arts of the Working Class in the White Box, ZF Campus

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3 TUE 21.02.2023 | ZF Campus | Black Box | 19:15 Uhr

Sabina Oroshi (Kuratorin, Collective Rewilding, Hamburg): “Curating for the broken World“

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4 TUE 28.02.2023 | ZF Campus | Black Box | 19:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Klaus Mühlhahn (Zeppelin Universität): „Searching for mistakes in one's own thinking: self-examination and introspection in Chinese cultural history”

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5 TUE 07.03.2023 | ZF Campus | Black Box | 19:15 Uhr

Daniel Falb (Autor, Berlin): „Being wrong: The cry of defeat“ 

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6 TUE 14.03.2023 | ZF Campus | Black Box | 19:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Pierre Cassou-Noguès (Philosoph, Romancier, Université Paris VIII): „Filter Reality“

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7 TUE 21.03.2023 | ZF Campus | Black Box | 19:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Franz Schultheis (Seniorprofessor for Sociology in the Art Field und der Creative Industries, Zeppelin University): „Invisible and speechless"

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8 TUE 28.03.2023 | ZF Campus | Black Box | 19:15 Uhr

Mohammad Salemy (Artist und Curator, Berlin): “What’s Wrong with DAOs?”

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9 TUE 18.04.2023 | ZF Campus | Black Box | 19:15 Uhr

Prof. Dr. Natascha Adamowsky (Chair of Media Cultural Studies with a focus on Digital Cultures, University of Passau): "Paranoia, Media of Madness, Mad Media"

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10 TUE 25.04.2023 | ZF Campus | Black Box | 19:15 Uhr

Armen Avanessian; Karen van den Berg, Jan Söffner (Professors at Zeppelin University): „What Was Wrong with Being Wrong?“ (Final panel with artistic interventions)

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Exhibition

Fri, 17 Mar. 2023, 18.00h, Exhibition opening Pranayama Thypoon by Fiona Banner aka The Vanity Press, 20:30 Artist Talk as part of Art Friday, ZF- Campus White Box.

Further Events

Thu. 27 Apr. 2023 with Jun.-Prof. Dr. Meike Lettau and guest researchers (time and place tba)

Cultural expressions, African cosmologies & the role of politics. Scientific and artistic positions from Nigeria, Ghana and Cameroon

Time to decide

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