10 Feb –
10 Mar 2015
Program surrounding the exhibition Crisis of History #2
Aanvang Dinsdag, 20:00 uur Lokatie Framer Framed in de Tolhuistuin IJpromenade 2 1031 KT Amsterdam-Noord Route Framer Framed in de Tolhuistuin is van Amsterdam Centraal Station bereikbaar met het pontje ‘Buiksloterweg’. De entree van het gebouw ligt direct aan het fietspad langs het IJ. De expositieruimte is bereikbaar via restaurant THT. Gratis entree
Every Tuesday night at 8 PM there will be a public event at Framer Framed related to the exhibition; with films, performance, debates and artist talks. Free admission.
Tuesday February 10th
Artist Talk with participating artists, with amongst others Shadi Alzaqzouq and Tammam Azzam. Following the talk there will be a tour of the exhibition.
Tuesday February 17th
Documentary showing: Image Acts by Aylin Kuryel, filmed as a part of her PhD dissertation Image Acts and Visual Communities: Everyday Nationalism in Contemporary Turkey (2015). Organised by Katayoun Arian. This event is an initiative of the reflection panel.
Tuesday February 24th
An event in cooperation with the artists from the exhibition The End of This Story (And the Beginning of All Others), Kaya Behkalam and Abla elBahrawy. Organised by Katayoun Arian. This event is an initiative of the reflection panel.
Tuesday March 3rd
Presentation of Syrious Mission, a Dutch organisation based in Jordan, whose work consists of connecting Syrian refugees to the local community by means of music workshops. Includes a report of their most recent mission in February 2015, at the Syrian border.
Exhibition The End of This Story (And The Beginning of All Others)
In this exhibition, the practice of historiography and its reliability as a source of knowledge will be questioned, by employing the archaeologist’s instruments both literally and metaphorically. In the exhibition The End of This Story (And The Beginning of All Others), Katayoun Arian will critically reflect on the selection and presentation by curator Robert Kluijer. The End of This Story is an initiative of the klankbordgroep, who monitor and respond to the curating process of the exhibition. Artists: Kaya Behkalam (Germany) and Abla elBahrawy (Egypt).
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