The Whole Life. Archives & Imaginaries

2022, Mar 24 — Apr 18

How do archives influence social realities? Which strategies can be used to decolonize archives in the digital space? Can archives enable alternative ideas of the future?

To project

Video – 1:13:30

They Are There, Sometimes

Mit Data Chigholashvili, Nino Kvrivishvili und einer Einführung von Nina Akhvlediani English original version Talk, Mar 25, 2022

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Active Archives. Performing Social Realities in Archival Contexts

With Salim Bayri, Frédérique Bergholtz, David Dibosa, Anik Fournier, Linus Gratte, Kayije Kagame, Helena de Laurens, Diana McCarty, Nando Messias, Paula Montecinos Oliva, Alice Pialoux, Grant Watson English original version Talks, performances, Mar 24, 2022

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The Whole Life, told by one person

The Whole Life, told by one person is a biographic experimental arrangement. In a performance in front of a live audience, a person, in this case Arjun Appadurai, attempts to tell their entire life story to a listener in 3-4 hours.