Courtesy of Rabih Mroué

EMOP Opening Days On artistic and human rights interventions

Discussion

Panel with Fred Ritchin, Photographer and International Center of Photography (USA), Susan Meiselas, Photographer and President Magnum Foundation (USA) (Both connected by video), Rabih Mroué, Performance - and Videoartist (DE / LBN), Christina Varvia, Deputy Director and Lead Researcher Forensic Architecture (GB), Presenter: Wolfgang Kaleck, General Secretary ECCHR (D)

Photography and art can do many things: create aesthetic and emotional moments that confuse the senses and the mind, as well as documenting, enlightening, scandalising and raising awareness – perhaps even of structural injustice? Recently, photography in particular has undergone a historical transformation through social media. It has become even easier for people to manipulate photos. Human rights lawyer Wolfgang Kaleck will discuss photography and art as media for investigating human rights violations as well as artistic and legal interventions with his guests on the evening.

In cooperation with the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR).

 

EMOP Opening Days

1 Oct, 12 pm – 12 am: Exhibition opening

1 – 4 Oct: Photo film series

2 Oct, 5 pm: The future of photography education (Discussion)

2 Oct, 8 pm: Photography and the institutions (Discussion)

3 Oct, 2 pm: Photography between art and mass medium (Discussion)

3 Oct, 4 pm: Artist talk

3 Oct, 7 pm: On artistic and human rights interventions (Discussion)

4 Oct, 12 pm: 1990. Recording the new (and the old) era (Discussion)

4 Oct, as of 3 pm: OSTKREUZ – Book talks

Saturday, 3 Oct

7 pm

Pariser Platz

Plenary Hall

Panel with Fred Ritchin, Susan Meiselas, Rabih Mroué, Christina Varvia

Moderation: Wolfgang Kaleck

In English

€ 3