Anton Vidokle The Communist Revolution Was Caused By The Sun
The Communist Revolution was Caused by the Sun is part II of Anton Vidokle’s trilogy on Russian cosmology. Vidokle investigates the poetic dimensions of the cosmological theories of Alexander Chizhevsky, a Soviet era scientist. The film introduces Chivensky’s ideas and the impact of the solar system on human behaviour, from epidemics to wars and revolutions.
Hana Miletić Materials
In one of his courses at the Collège de France in the 1970s Roland Barthes introduced the metaphor of unthreading for the act of describing. His aim was to consider the nature of translation from material into language. - Joke Robaard
The annual series of lectures Shapeshifters has taken place at the Beursschouwburg for the past 10 years. These lectures try to expose our complex and constantly changing society in relation to the technological and future developments.
Sanja Mitrović & Vladimir Aleksić I Am Not Ashamed of My Communist Past
In I Am Not Ashamed of My Communist Past, the Serbian theatre maker Sanja Mitrović and actor Vladimir Aleksić take on the recent history of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY), a country that only still exists in our memory and our imagination.
Warrior Poets invite Jacob V Joyce & Just For The Record
The Brussels-based collective Warrior Poets creates open spaces where personal narratives can be shared through poetry and spoken word performances, lectures, music and healing discussions. The collective's programme focuses on decolonizing knowledge and raising intersectional consciousness.
Julien Fournet Amis, il faut faire une pause
A break. Falling with abandon into a cascade, bathing in basins, finding events, consent to paths, let oneself succumb to the waves. Finally, sinking into the knees in algae to feel their complete vitality.
You may see Tommy riding a horse through a McDonalds drive through on a Wednesday afternoon in Tallinn. Why? Because he has a horse and he fancied a Big Mac. It's simple, really. Tommy is just... different. His raps are as bleak and brutal as the USSR, his style's insane and a must see.