Why Are We Here Now?

2017, Sep 15 — Oct 7

3 Weekends with Adania Shibli, Mohammad Al Attar, Rabih Mroué
Performances, presentations, lectures

How can the past be inscribed into the present not as a relict, but as lived experience “here and now”? Adania Shibli, Mohammad Al Attar, and Rabih Mroué investigate key discourses that have underlined political, social and cultural transformations over the past century in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean.

To project

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From Orient to Archaeology: A Railway through Time | Boris Buden

After the Wildly Improbable Lectures, performances, films, concert 2017, Sep 15, Fri & Sep 16, Sat

Audio – 0:30:16

From Orient to Archaeology: A Railway through Time | Boris Buden (German)

After the Wildly Improbable Lectures, performances, films, concert 2017, Sep 15, Fri & Sep 16, Sat

Audio – 0:25:52

Railways and Politics of Archaeology | Zeynep Çelik

After the Wildly Improbable Lectures, performances, films, concert 2017, Sep 15, Fri & Sep 16, Sat

Audio – 0:25:52

Railways and Politics of Archaeology | Zeynep Çelik (German)

After the Wildly Improbable Lectures, performances, films, concert 2017, Sep 15, Fri & Sep 16, Sat

Audio – 0:29:54

an imaginary train ride, 1926 | Yazid Anani

After the Wildly Improbable Lectures, performances, films, concert 2017, Sep 15, Fri & Sep 16, Sat

Audio – 0:29:54

an imaginary train ride, 1926 | Yazid Anani (German)

After the Wildly Improbable Lectures, performances, films, concert 2017, Sep 15, Fri & Sep 16, Sat

Video – 0:23:40

Afterlives of Imperial Formations | Shahana Rajani & Zahra Malkani

After the Wildly Improbable Lectures, performances, films, concert 2017, Sep 15, Fri & Sep 16, Sat

Video – 0:29:25

From the Railway to the www. | Hamid Ismailov

After the Wildly Improbable Lectures, performances, films, concert 2017, Sep 15, Fri & Sep 16, Sat