New Alphabet School

2019—2021

The New Alphabet School is a collaborative self-organized school for HKW enthusiasts, new voices in the field and those who already collaborate with HKW with the aim to explore critical and affirmative research practices. Over the course of three years, it will function as a colloquium to engage in discussions and develop ideas in the fields of the arts, archives, poetics and activism.

To project

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Lydia H. Liu: Jabberwocky Nonsense: The Place of Meaning in Translation

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” English original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

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Ranjit Hoskoté: Translation, Anamnesia, Resistance

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” English original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

Gallery – 9 pictures

New Alphabet School #1 Translating

Lectures, Workshops, Jun 17 & 18, 2019

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Conversation with Ranjit Hoskoté, Lydia H. Liu, Sigrid Weigel

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” Moderated by Boris Buden English original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

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Ranjit Hoskoté: Translation, Anamnesia, Resistance

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” English original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

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Sigrid Weigel: Self-Translation: Between Minor Literature, Bilingualism and Posteriority (German)

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” German original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

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Conversation with Ranjit Hoskoté, Lydia H. Liu, Sigrid Weigel

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” Moderated by Boris Buden English original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

Video – 0:33:34

Sigrid Weigel: Self-Translation: Between Minor Literature, Bilingualism and Posteriority (German)

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” German original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

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Lydia H. Liu: Jabberwocky Nonsense: The Place of Meaning in Translation

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” English original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019