PAST EVENT

“What Viruses Know About Politics?” | Filipa Ramos

26 January 2021 5pm - 7pm

REGISTER TO ATTEND In 2014, social theorist Brian Massumi authored What Animals Teach Us About Politics?, “an extended thought experiment in what an animal politics can be”. Seven years later, humanity’s belonging to the natural realm has never been so asserted, as human-induced climate change renders the entanglement of causes and consequences even more visible and […]

UPCOMING EVENT

SESSION/relay: Alize Zorlutuna

14 February 2021 12pm

How to write for an imagined place The word “place” can refer to a myriad of locales, both physical and psychic. Place is real earth beneath our feet as well as imagined: a relic of memory in the privacy of our thoughts; an historic construction; a fantasy of elsewhere; a felt sense; a longing. Place is a gathering of stories, mythologies, and hauntings. It can be […]

PAST EVENT

Video Walkthrough: A Minaret for the General’s Wife

12 January 2021 12am

Erdem Taşdelen gives a virtual tour of his ongoing solo exhibition, A Minaret for the General’s Wife, speaking to the histories, myths and speculations that drew him to the Kėdainiai Minaret and how exhibition-making within the pandemic environment pushed the artist to creatively rethink ideas of presence without live bodies. While A Minaret for the […]