politics and contemporary history

1914/2014 – The Battlefield of Memory

Documentary Theatre, Exhibition
11.06.–21.06.2014
HEBBEL AM UFER (HAU)
Stresemannstr. 29
10 963 Berlin
www.hebbel-am-ufer.de
Foto: Regine Dura

Premiere:
Wed 11.06.2014, 20:00

Performances:
Fri 13.06.2014, 19:00 / Sat 14.06.2014, 20:00 / Sun 15.06.2014, 20:00 / Wed 18.06.2014, 20:00 / Thu 19.06.2014, 20:00 / Fri 20.06.2014, 20:00 / Sat 21.06.2014, 20:00
When one thinks about the First World War in Germany, the reference points are primarily the battlefields on the Western Front. “1914/2014 - Battlefield of memory“ proposes a shift in perspective.

Director Hans-Werner Kroesinger and filmmaker Regine Dura conducted research, commissioned by the Goethe Institut in Belgrade, Istanbul and Sarajevo, placing the different perspectives side by side. What is remembered and how? Which images of the enemy get constructed, and which figures of identification? What role did they play in the recent war in the former Yugoslavia?

Exhibition: Open Spaces by Regine Dura
“Open Spaces” provides public access to the research process “1914/2014 - Battlefield of memory ” in Istanbul, Belgrade and Sarajevo, presenting it together with works from the Istanbul workshop “Narrating War.”

    1914/2014 – The Battlefield
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    Foto: Regine Dura

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