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Haus der Kulturen der Welt

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Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) creates a forum for the contemporary arts and critical debates. Together with artists, academics, everyday experts, and partners across the globe, it explores ideas in the making and shares them with the digital public.

Latest Episodes

Roundtable: Between the lines (German)

Discussion with Hamid Ismailov, Morad Montazami, Fehras Publishing Practice, Adania Shibli. Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Discussion, Sep 16, 2017 German translation

28 MIN2017 OCT 5
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Roundtable: Between the lines (German)

Roundtable: Between the lines

Discussion with Hamid Ismailov, Morad Montazami, Fehras Publishing Practice, moderated by the curator, Adania Shibli. Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 Original version

28 MIN2017 OCT 5
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Roundtable: Between the lines

Roundtable: Unsmooth, Broken Flows of Travels(German)

Discussion with Zeynep Celik, Boris Buden, Yazid Anani, Shahana Rajani and Zahra Malkani, moderated by Morad Montazami. Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Discussion, Sep 16, 2017 German translation

40 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Roundtable: Unsmooth, Broken Flows of Travels(German)

Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things (German translation)

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 German translation

20 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things (German translation)

Roundtable: Unsmooth, Broken Flows of Travels

Discussion with Zeynep Celik, Boris Buden, Yazid Anani, Shahana Rajani and Zahra Malkani, moderated by Morad Montazami. Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Discussion, Sep 16, 2017 Original version

39 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Roundtable: Unsmooth, Broken Flows of Travels

Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 Original version

20 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things

Violet Grigoryan: Two Women

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 Original version

26 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Violet Grigoryan: Two Women

Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia (German)

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 German Translation

24 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia (German)

Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 Original version

24 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia

Adel Abidin: Parallel Reality (German)

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture performance, Sep 16, 2017 German translation

14 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Adel Abidin: Parallel Reality (German)

Latest Episodes

Roundtable: Between the lines (German)

Discussion with Hamid Ismailov, Morad Montazami, Fehras Publishing Practice, Adania Shibli. Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Discussion, Sep 16, 2017 German translation

28 MIN2017 OCT 5
Comments
Roundtable: Between the lines (German)

Roundtable: Between the lines

Discussion with Hamid Ismailov, Morad Montazami, Fehras Publishing Practice, moderated by the curator, Adania Shibli. Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 Original version

28 MIN2017 OCT 5
Comments
Roundtable: Between the lines

Roundtable: Unsmooth, Broken Flows of Travels(German)

Discussion with Zeynep Celik, Boris Buden, Yazid Anani, Shahana Rajani and Zahra Malkani, moderated by Morad Montazami. Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Discussion, Sep 16, 2017 German translation

40 MIN2017 OCT 4
Comments
Roundtable: Unsmooth, Broken Flows of Travels(German)

Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things (German translation)

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 German translation

20 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things (German translation)

Roundtable: Unsmooth, Broken Flows of Travels

Discussion with Zeynep Celik, Boris Buden, Yazid Anani, Shahana Rajani and Zahra Malkani, moderated by Morad Montazami. Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Discussion, Sep 16, 2017 Original version

39 MIN2017 OCT 4
Comments
Roundtable: Unsmooth, Broken Flows of Travels

Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 Original version

20 MIN2017 OCT 4
Comments
Musa paradisiaca: The Intimate Knowledge of Things

Violet Grigoryan: Two Women

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 Original version

26 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Violet Grigoryan: Two Women

Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia (German)

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 German Translation

24 MIN2017 OCT 4
Comments
Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia (German)

Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture, Sep 16, 2017 Original version

24 MIN2017 OCT 4
Comments
Gülnur Ekşi: The Effects of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway on the Vegetation in Anatolia

Adel Abidin: Parallel Reality (German)

Why Are We Here Now? After the Wildly Improbable Lecture performance, Sep 16, 2017 German translation

14 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Adel Abidin: Parallel Reality (German)
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