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Language and Gender

  Exhibition and Symposium  
    January 2008    



Opening of the project "Language&Gender"

On January 24th 2008 at 7pm

Artneuland e.V, Schumannstraße 18, 10117 Berlin - Mitte invites you to the:

- Performance by Dotan & Perry

- Symposium: "A Tongue of One's Own. Language and Gender "

- Opening of the exhibition Language & Gender

The Performance will start at 7 pm, the Symposium and the Panel/Public discussion will start at 7:30 pm


Prof. Dr. Christina von Braun, Humboldt Universität Berlin
- concept and moderation.


Narges Hashempour, Actress and theater director, Iran/Berlin,

Mimi Levy Lipis, Architect and expert in cultural studies,Humboldt Universität Berlin

Guest: Shirley Schröder, Universität Frankfurt


The Language & Gender exhibition - video, photography, installation and performance

Anisa Ashkar, Bernhard Garbert, Hannan Abu Hussein, Dotan & Perry, Nurit Yarden, Stephan Weitzel, Ursula Neugebauer, Timm Ulrichs

The exhibition will last from January 24th - 27th April.

Screening on January 26th 2008 at 7pm

"Who is afraid" and "Dead Satellites" by Shahram Entekhabi.

Screening of two new works, "Who's afraid…" (2007, 24:00 min) and "Dead Satellites" (2007, 24:00 min) (both from the Trilogy "Dead Satellites") by the Berlin based artist Shahram Entekhabi.

Followed by a Panel/Public discussion with

Kea Wienand, Art historian Oldenburg/Trier, moderation
Shahram Entekhabi, Artist Berlin
Franco Marinotti, Published/Producer Lugano/Berlin
Prof. Dr. Almut Sh. Bruckstein, ha’atelier – platform for philosophy and art
Dr. des. Doris Berger, Art historian/Curator, Berlin

This project supports the annual topic 2007-2008 "Europe in the Middle East - the Middle East in Europe" of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences.

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Christina von Braun I Concept for Symposium Language and Gender
// January 2008
The symposium will on one side discuss the different relations of language and scripture within the three “Religions of the Book”; and it will try to show on the other hand how these differences produced specific symbolic gender roles.... Read the full article

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Bernhard Garbert
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Timm Ulrichs
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