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Kaya Behkalam & Azin Feizabadi, On Projection, 2013-2015

Kaya Behkalam & Azin Feizabadi
April 16th 2015
On Projection - Conférence-performance de Kaya Behkalam et Azin Feizabadi

This lecture stems from a collaborative research that pans through various notions of projection. It was conceived in January 2013 by Kaya Behkalam, Azin Feizabadi and Jens Maier-Rothe, and for the first time presented in the form of a lecture at the Video Vortex #9 Conference at Leuphana University in Lueneburg, Germany.

Points of departure are the philosophical and psychological facets of the term projection, alongside its associated cultural practices and their political dimensions. Shuttling between the interstices of 'reality' and 'fiction' the research framework aims to connect different historical events and movements, including various cinematic and political activist approaches since 1945, with the manifold spatial and temporal interfaces they have brought to light. Having started in Cairo on the second anniversary of the so-called Arab Spring, the point of view for this collaborative research is persistently defined by the lens of a specific time and place in which it began.

Thursday April 16, 7 PM
Goethe-Institut Montréal
1626, St-Laurent blvd, suite 100




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