Rhythms of Revolt

Last night's seminar "Rhythms of Revolt" was a successful and enjoyable event and confirmed the idea that Re: place needs these semi-regular, informal meeting points to keep the project "fertilised". Frans Jacobi's lecture-performance was both a salient reminder of the need to manifest dissent and opposition and at the same time an acknowledgement of the way that "revolutions" fail, collapse, turn in on themselves or become mirror images of what they tried to overthrow. Anders Rubing and Erlend Bolstad presented a re-imagining of the government quarter in Oslo, site of Behring Breivik's bomb attack. Anne Marthe Dyvi showed a REAL! slide projection using 35mm slides and a carousel projector, to explore ideas of the everyday in response to the writing of Lefebvre, and Sugne Lidén, Tolga Balci and Ruben Gjertsen provided a soundtrack of music from a twentieth century revolutionary avant-garde.

On 25th. April 2013, this place was the place to be! See a full photo album from the event here.

Signe and Anne Marthe introduce the programme

DJ's Signe and Ruben

Anders Rubing & Erlend Bolstad

Frans Jacobi reading from his project Silent Stand 
Anne Marthe Dyvi's slide projection installation

DJ Tolga Balci

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