100 Years of Now

2015—2019

In its project 100 Years of Now, HKW is undertaking an analysis of the present time by linking back to historical utopias. In the face of a new world disorder in particular, it aims to explore its backgrounds to activate political imagination and aesthetic judgment.

To project

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Migration - Unruly Thinking | Discussion (English)

Now is the Time of Monsters. What Comes After Nations? 2017, Mar 23, Thu — 2017, Mar 25, Sat

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Migration - Unruly Thinking | Nanna Heidenreich (Introduction English)

Now is the Time of Monsters. What Comes After Nations? 2017, Mar 23, Thu — 2017, Mar 25, Sat

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Migration - Unruly Thinking | Ramzi Kassem (English)

Now is the Time of Monsters. What Comes After Nations? 2017, Mar 23, Thu — 2017, Mar 25, Sat

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Migration - Unruly Thinking | Brigitta Kuster (English)

Now is the Time of Monsters. What Comes After Nations? 2017, Mar 23, Thu — 2017, Mar 25, Sat

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Migration - Unruly Thinking | Sandro Mezzadra (English)

Now is the Time of Monsters. What Comes After Nations? 2017, Mar 23, Thu — 2017, Mar 25, Sat

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Migration - Unruly Thinking | Kim Rygiel (English)

Now is the Time of Monsters. What Comes After Nations? 2017, Mar 23, Thu — 2017, Mar 25, Sat

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State Technologies. Data | Felix Stalder (English)

Now is the Time of Monsters. What Comes After Nations? 2017, Mar 23, Thu — 2017, Mar 25, Sat

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State Technologies. Violence | Samar Yazbek (Arabic)

Now is the Time of Monsters. What Comes After Nations? 2017, Mar 23, Thu — 2017, Mar 25, Sat

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Migration - Unruly Thinking | Discussion (German)

Now is the Time of Monsters. What Comes After Nations? 2017, Mar 23, Thu — 2017, Mar 25, Sat