Ursula Biemann Visit

unnamed bWe invite you to join us the week of April 3 for lecture-performances and film screenings by artist Ursula Biemann. The first of three events will kick off at 4 p.m.on Monday, April 3, in the Joukowsky Forum:

Ms. Biemann will introduce Black Sea Files (2005), a territorial research on the Caspian oil geography and the gigantic new pipeline that pumps crude oil through the Caucasus. She will also screen part 3 of of the more recent Egyptian Chemistry (2012), examining the River Nile and its hydro-engineering.

Further details on the artist and events can be found below and on the Middle East Studies’ website.

Monday, April 3
Displacement Film Screening | Ursula Biemann, Black Sea Files
4pm – 6pm Joukowsky Forum

Tuesday, April 4
Displacement Film Screening | Ursula Biemann, Sahara Chronicle
4pm – 6pm Joukowsky Forum

Wednesday, April 5
Displacement Film Screening | Ursula Biemann, The Cosmopolitical Forest
4pm – 6pm Joukowsky Forum

About: Ursula Biemann (born 1955, Zurich, Switzerland) is an artist, writer, and video essayist. Her artistic practice is strongly research oriented and involves fieldwork in remote locations where she investigates climate change and the ecologies of oil and water. She works the findings into multi-layered videos by connecting the micropolitics on the ground with a theoretical macro level, proposing a reflexive exploration of planetary and videographic organization.

 

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