Welcome to The Experimental Humanities Collaborative Network

Repeating, Remembering, Working Through Images

April 10, 2024 at 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Bard College Berlin Lecture Hall (Platanenstr. 98A, 13156)

The BCB chapter of the Experimental Humanities Collaborative Network together with BCB courses 'Game changers in 20th and 21st century Art,' 'Introduction to Critical and Cultural Theory,' and 'The Art of Making Videos' has the pleasure to invite you to a film screening and artist talk with Berlin-based filmmaker Maya Schweizer.

Maya Schweizer's cinematic works revolve around questions of history, identity, and memory. Urban spaces as interfaces of individual and collective modes of action are often the starting point of her observation. In her perception of these places and spaces, she uncovers social realities, inscribed narratives, and overlapping histories.

Maya will show three of her short films: A Tall Tale (16'30''), Voices and Shells (18'20''), and L’étoile de mer (The Starfish) (11'). The screening will be accompanied by a Q&A with the artist moderated by BCB faculty Clio Nicastro, Dorothea von Hantelmann, and Janina Schabig.

All participants are warmly invited to a reception with wine and snacks following the event.

For more information, e-mail j.schabig@berlin.bard.edu.