Movements, at the same time that they address and question the conditions of life, work, and becoming, have the capacity to free us from imposed structures, and from the assignments and sharing of places and roles in society. In the space of a movement, their order can be overturned, and other forms of being together and a greater freedom discovered and experienced where new relationships can be invented, and new ways of thinking about them.
Workshop and meeting with Silvana Rabinovich (IIFL-UNAM / LLCP-Paris 8) around the poetic and politic work of the Returns of the Discourse of the Indian (for Mahmoud Darwich)
The project "Talking Stones" explores the effects of the Israeli colonial policy of apartheid in the cities of Acres and Hebron, based on stories and practices related to the memory of places, multiple affiliations, experiences of exile and aspirations to return to Palestine, during the "16th International Architecture Exhibition - Venice Biennale 2018: Free Spaces"
Voix vives (Vivid voices), or the oral history of the now is a day of workshop and public radio session around the history of movements, at the crossroads of the collective and personal itineraries, historian practices at the margins, the narrative arts that leave room for subjectivity, these non-historicized plural stories that do not follow the logics of history with a capital H, to ear in the resonances what emerges and speaks the language of the present.