Film created as part of The Casement Project, a multi-disciplinary project about Roger Casement, a British knight, Irish rebel and international humanitarian.
Part of the Library of Performing Rights (P3041).
A notebook; part of the final 14-18 NOW project which asked young people to respond to the question ‘What does peace mean to you?’.
Investigates the multilayered social construction of femininity in the mass culture of Weimar Germany, focusing on the photomontages of the avant-garde artist Hannah Hoch.
Part of the Know How: The Study Room Guide on Live Art Live Art and working with older individuals and communities. (P3140)
Arendt provides a historical account of the forces that crystallized into totalitarianism. The ebb and flow of nineteenth-century anti-Semitism (she deemed the Dreyfus Affair a dress rehearsal for the Final Solution) and the rise of European imperialism, accompanied by the invention of racism as the only possible rationalization for it.
Published in France in 1965, the book reintroduced the Dada movement to a public that had largely ignored or forgotten it. More than forty years later, it remains both the unavoidable starting point and the essential reference for anyone interested in Dada or the early-twentieth century avant-garde. Translated by Sharmila Ganguly.
Includes project, interview and making of. English & Greek. For homonymous publication see REF. P1214.
English & Greek. Accompanied by DVD, REF. D1131. Catalogue accompanying homonymous exhibition presented at the 1st Contemporary Art Biennale of Thessaloniki (22 September – 11 November 2007).