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Thu 16.04.2020
7 pm–8:48 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

How Close Could We Get to the Light and Survive?

Why Are We Here Now?
Lecture Performance

Sun 21.10.2018
7 pm–8:48 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

Sat 12.01.2019
4 pm–7 pm

Looming Creole

Installation, Lecture Performance
The New Alphabet – Opening Days
with Cadjigue Collective, Volte Slagen, and Spectre Productions. Installation, Lecture Performance In (...)
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