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Balancing Acts: Performing Nationalism and Other Scripts

Panel Discussion

25/01/17 7:00 pm

How are nationalism, resistance and conflict performed in artistic practices? What societal and institutional pressures affect artists working in this context and how does this influence their work? Lina KhatibSandra Noeth, Larissa Sansour and Nat Muller discuss.

Film Screening: Perpetual Recurrences

1/02/17 7:30 am
£6.50

Four decades of filmmaking in and about Palestine come together in this montage presented by Reem Shilleh. The montage tracks repetition in films by militant filmmakers from the Palestinian revolutionary period 1968-82 and in more contemporary films.

Poetry and Politics in the Modern Arab World

Talk

8/02/17 7:00 pm

Atef Alshaer explores how Arabic poetry has its finger on the political pulse, from the breakdown of the Ottoman Empire to the Arab Spring. He reflects on the role of Arabic poetry in political culture in conversation with Dina Matar and Professor Caroline Rooney.

Homeland Is…

Performance and late opening

24/02/17 7:00 pm

Join us for a special improvised sound performance at this exhibition late opening. Asma Ghanem (YAYA16 third prize winner) will perform her piece ‘Homeland is…’. The improvised sound performance seeks to render audible the stagnation in, and disillusionment with, the Oslo peace process.

The Edward W. Said London Lecture 2017: Justice Not Revenge by Mahmood Mamdani

Annual Lecture

31/03/17 6:30 pm
£12

Internationally renowned academic and author Mahmood Mamdani presents this year’s Edward W Said London Lecture, examining the concept of revolutionary justice.

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Pattern Recognition

20/01/1718/03/17
Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 6pm FREE