Pixelated Revolution

Next Tuesday, free admission at Akademie der Künste: a masterpiece by my admired and wonderful colleague.
A non-academic lecture by Rabih Mroué
17.00–18.00 Uhr
Black Box, Akademie der Künste
Admission free.
Co-produced by:
Berlin Documentary Forum – HKW/ Berlin,
dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel,
The 2010 Spalding gray Award (Performing Space 122 in New York, The Andy Warhol museum in Pittsburg, On the Boards in Seattle and the Walker art Center in Minneapolis).
Rabih Mroué: Pixelated Revolution“Syrians are filming their own death”, that is how the Pixelated Revolution begins, aiming to study the various tips and directions on mobile phone documentation, as shared via the medium of Facebook and other virtual communication tools during the first year’s events of the Syrian revolution.
It begins from the point of how Syrians are recording their images “now and here” and reflects on the relationship of this act of photographic documentation with death, and how we perceive these video “now but there”…

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