VOLKSBÜHNE
Berlin
Arab Fund for Arts & Culture und VariaVision präsentiert: Un-spoken
08.02
Roter Salon

Film

With: Khaled Abdelwahed and Rasha Salti

Using excerpts from Khaled Abdelwahed’s film and video works, Jellyfish and Backyard, the conversation will meditate questions of image-making, authorship and subjectivity in times of violent armed conflict, and in the context of the radical transformations that digital media and internet platforms have brought forward, specifically with the Syrian war.

Khaled Abdulwahed was born in Homs (Syria) in 1975, he is a visual artist, photographer and filmmaker. He has directed several short films, including Bullet (2012), Tuj (2013) and Slot in Memory (2013) that were screened worldwide. As a filmmaker and artist, Abdelwahed has been interested in the practice and mindset of Syrian photographers and the changing role of photography and representation.

Un-Spoken is a series of conversations, presentations and performances with Arab artists and filmmakers, based in Germany and Europe, that proposes to explore practice, process, language based on the artist or filmmaker's on-going works-in-progress project. Inverting the conventional artist or filmmaker talk, the encounter offers a roundabout approach looking at un-making, un-veiling and un-speaking. It is co-presented by the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture- AFAC (in the framework of the Arab European Creative Platform) and Volksbühne (in the framework of VariaVision series), and co-curated by Rasha Salti and Giulio Bursi.

Cast

Co-Curator: Rasha Salti, Giulio Bursi

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