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How Close Could We Get to the Light and Survive?

Why Are We Here Now?
Lecture Performance

Thu 16.04.2020
7 pm

Cancelled: The General’s Stork

Performance, Book Launch
defined through digital means. In her lecture performance, Heba Y. Amin will focus on how military (...)
Lecture Performance

Sat 12.01.2019
4 pm–7 pm

Looming Creole

Installation, Lecture Performance
The New Alphabet – Opening Days
. Installation, Lecture Performance In German and English with simultaneous translation in both languages Sat (...)
Lecture Performance

Sun 21.10.2018
7 pm

zeitkratzer: Arnold Schoenberg Award, Michael Busch: The Scelsi Tapes

Lecture performance, concert, award ceremony
100 Years of Copyright
Isherwood (bass-baritone; study program Voice/Opera, Universität der Künste Berlin). Lecture performance (...)
Lecture Performance

Fri 11.01.2019
6 pm–8:45 pm

The Three Tongues You Speak in Your Sleep

Lecture, Lecture Performances
The New Alphabet – Opening Days
–7.15 pm Transliterative Tease Slavs and Tatars (artists’ collective) Lecture performance Through the (...)
Lecture Performance

Sat 12.01.2019
3 pm–7:30 pm

Stop Making Sense

Lecture Performances, Lectures, Discussions
The New Alphabet – Opening Days
interaction with “human intelligence.” In their lecture performance, Giulia Bruno and Armin Linke provide an (...)
Lecture Performance

Sat 7.10.2017
5 pm–7 pm

How Close Could We Get to the Light and Survive?

Why Are We Here Now?
Lecture Performance

Sat 16.09.2017
2 pm–5 pm

Unsmooth, Broken Flow of Travels

Why Are We Here Now?
enhancement of tourism. Yazid Anani an imaginary train ride, 1926 lecture performance An imaginary train (...)
Lecture Performance (...)
> an imaginary train ride, 1926, lecture performanceShahana Rajani & Zahra Malkani:

Fri 6.10.2017
5 pm–8 pm

How Close Could We Get to the Light and Survive?

Why Are We Here Now?
Lecture Performance

Fri 6.10.2017
8:30 pm–11 pm

How Close Could We Get to the Light and Survive?

Why Are We Here Now?
Lecture Performance

Sat 7.10.2017
7:30 pm–11 pm

How Close Could We Get to the Light and Survive?

Why Are We Here Now?
Lecture Performance