5 results

    Fri, Mar 25, 2022
    5 pm

    With and Against Archives

    an archive of an act of violence – airplane high-jackings. It asks about the conditions of the (...)
    Violence Talk
    The Whole Life. Archives & Imaginaries
    an archive of an act of violence – airplane high-jackings. It asks about the conditions of the (...)
    Violence

    Fri, Mar 25, 2022
    12 noon

    Grid Memory

    Lecture Present Presentation reality Talk Technology Trauma Violence (...)
    Violence Talk, lecture, presentation
    The Whole Life. Archives & Imaginaries
    Lecture Present Presentation reality Talk Technology Trauma Violence (...)
    Violence

    Thu, May 11, 2017
    7 pm

    Taiye Selasi, David Theo Goldberg & Achille Mbembe – VIOLENCE

    Racial violence often masks itself in various forms and appearances. It is deeply inscribed in (...)
    Racial violence often masks itself in various forms and appearances. It is (...)
    Violence (...)
    Taiye Selasi, David Theo Goldberg & Achille Mbembe – VIOLENCE Reading, talks and discussion
    Dictionary of Now
    Racial violence often masks itself in various forms and appearances. It is deeply inscribed in (...)
    Racial violence often masks itself in various forms and appearances. It is (...)
    Violence (...)
    Taiye Selasi, David Theo Goldberg & Achille Mbembe – VIOLENCE

    Thu, Mar 23, 2017
    7–9 pm

    The Nation-State System

    synchronized past and the present of a continent afflicted by years of violence. Opposing an unbearable past (...)
    Violence Presentations, performance
    Now is the Time of Monsters
    synchronized past and the present of a continent afflicted by years of violence. Opposing an unbearable past (...)
    Violence

    Sat, Mar 25, 2017
    5–8.30 pm

    State Technologies

    discussions on global governance rather than conceiving design as a means to further institutional violence (...)
    Violence Presentations, lecture-performances
    Now is the Time of Monsters
    discussions on global governance rather than conceiving design as a means to further institutional violence (...)
    Violence