Thursday, May 30
8:00 – 9:20 pm “A Finger Up the West’s Butt” – philosophical reflections following Nadav Lapid’s movie Synonymes (2019), with Ori Rotlevy, Alma Itzhaky, Adam Aboulafia, and in the presence of the director Nadav Lapid. The roundtable will be held in Hebrew
9:30 – 10:30 pm “HASENHERZ or the Pleasures of the Moving Image and Word” – Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond in conversation with Karam Natour. Introduced by composer Arnold Schönberg in 1918, HASENHERZ is a screening and discussion format that appropriates the method of iterated performances with a discussion in-between. Since 2012, Anderwald and Grond have used this method to engage with artists working with the moving image, expanded cinema, and poetry. The event will be held in English
10:40 – 11:40 “Sharing and Delegation” – relationships imposed in the creation of les gens d’Uterpan with Franck Apertet. Through the presentation of ‘protocols’, ‘strategies’ and ‘procedures’ that he creates with Annie Vigier, Franck Apertet will discuss the interaction of stakeholders in the creative postulate of Les Gens d’Uterman. The event will be held in English
The Night of Philosophy is conceived by Raphael Zagury-Orly together with Tilla Rudel, Wolf Iro, and Yaël Baruch, and organized by Institut Français and Goethe-Institut. For the full program at all venues, click HERE. Special thanks to OUTSET.
Image: Synonymes (2019) by Nadav Lapid. Photo: Guy Fernandez.