Transglobalities V: Transnational feminists praxis

The movements, at the same time that they address and question the conditions of life, of work, of becoming, have the capacity to free us from the imposed structures, and from the assignments and the sharing of places and roles in society. The space of a movement, their order maybe 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.

Returns from the Discourse of the Indian (for Mahmoud Darwich)

Rencontre avec Silvana Rabinovich « Voici l’histoire de la fuite d’un poème : "Le discours de l’Indien. L’avant-dernier avant l’homme blanc", de Mahmoud Darwich. D’une étrange familiarité, le poème écrit en arabe à l’origine évoquait le célèbre discours du chef Duwamish Seattle en même temps qu’il semblait poursuivre un dialogue naturel et centenaire avec les premiers peuples du Mexique. Le poème est dit "l’avant-dernier" discours de "l’Indien" contre "l’homme blanc". Peut-être le dernier est-il un discours en acte qui, il y a longtemps - sous la forme d’une crise environnementale incalculable – rend le poème à cette "grand-mère" comme le rappelle le poème, qu’est la Terre.

Talking stones: For an anticolonial architecture (Topographies and Studio Palestine Workshops)

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"

Transglobalities III: Art & Media Workshops

This series of workshops opens a space of experimentation of the forms of the spoken intervention, the circulation of the speech and the experience of the listening (the intervention, the free discussion, the interview, the reading and the other more experimental forms), exploring the modalities of radio production and the oral archive, as they relate to both literary origins from different contexts, and politics in a more subjective sense, with art and media when they take an analysis of the forms of production and reception.