In a close-up you can see that part of a chain-link fence where the mesh is riveted to the fence post.


Documentation of the symposium

Taking place within the framework of the exhibitions Cady Noland and Because I live here, the symposium On Violence examined structural violence and specific forms of violence in their multifarious dimensions. To what extent are different manifestations of violence interrelated,

Further information about the exhibition Cady Noland

Further Information about the exhibition Because I live here

2/3 March 2019

Susanne Pfeffer: Introduction

Daniel Loick: Anarchy or Barbarism? Thoughts on Violence

Alberto Toscano: Sadism to Solidarity—Notes on Art, Philosophy and the Algerian War

Sayak Valencia: Gore Capitalism

Klaus Theweleit: The Fragmented Body. Feeling “free” through Violence

Victoria Sanford: The Disappeared of Guatemala

Vanessa Eileen Thompson: The Policed of the Earth: On Conditions of Un-Breathing and the Possibilities of Abolitionist Horizons

Nina Power: Philosophy as Self-Defence

Geoffroy de Lagasnerie: Can We Be in Favor of Violence?

Patrisse Khan-Cullors: Black Lives Matter and Art

Closing discussion

All Years: 2019

All Categories: Symposium