In this lecture-performance at Irving Place, professor Mabel Wilson explores American national mythologies in the contexts of colonization and race.
Positioning censorship as intrinsic to the freedom of speech, in this exhibition at Ludlow 38, Staal and Khalili expose in their work the limits and falsity of a human right often perceived as the pillar of democracy.
Join us for a German Movie Night screening of The Silence. 13 year-old Sinikka vanishes one night and her bicycle is found in the exact place where a girl was killed 23 years earlier. Based on a crime novel by Jan Costin Wagner and directed by Baran bo Odar.
On the occasion of the first complete translation of Uwe Johnson’s magnum opus Anniversaries, we present a book launch, a series of film screenings, and an installation in our public space.
In a guest performance of Kreatur at BAM, Sasha Waltz and her 14 dancers examine the phenomenon of existence against the background of a disrupted society: power and a lack of power, dominance and weakness, freedom and control, community and isolation.