After last year’s tremendous success, the French Institute and the Goethe Institut in Israel organize yet again this year the Night of philosophy in Tel Aviv in partnership with the Polish Institute, the Van Leer Institute, Bar-Ilan University and the Cohn Institute. The event, curated by the philosopher Raphael Zagury-Orly, and directed by Tilla Rudel, Cultural Attaché and Deputy Director of the French Institute and Wolf Iro, Head of the Goethe-Institut, will take place on Thursday May 25th, from 7.30pm.
During the entire night long, the public will be able to attend discussions, lectures, readings, panels, and movie screenings.
8.00-9.00pm Dig digit digital life contemporary issues in philosophy of technology Lyat Friedman, Yael Rozin, Ori Freiman, Galit Wellner
9.05-9.35pm What is it exactly that makes an image erotic? Jean Khalfa
9.40-10.10pm Why museums matter? Donatien Grau
10.15-10.45pm When the square becomes public Joelle Zask
10.50-11.20pm Illusion and Immersion in Cinema Martin Seel
11.25-11.55pm Theatre and Critique: which form of critique aesthetic practices can offer Christoph Menke
The lectures and panels are held in English.