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Wed January 19, 6pm
Steve Goodman „Sonic Warfare - Sound Affect and the Ecology of Fear“ (hosted by Martin Huber)
The book offers an in-depth theoretical exploration of the affective dimension of sound, specifically addressing environments in which sound contributes to an immersive atmosphere or ambience of fear and terror.
Wed January 26, 6pm
“Faszinierender Faschismus” - Essay by Susan Sontag about Leni Riefenstahl (hosted by Jonas Höschl)
In her essay "Fascinating Fascism" Susan Sontag vehemently tore apart the rehabilitation of Leni Riefenstahl, whom some well-meaning critics would virtually forgive with the argument that she had just done her job in a politically difficult time. Sontag, on the other hand, accuses the director of famous documentaries from the Nazi dictatorship of "promoting fascist aesthetics," and not only that: of also being co-responsible for persecution and death. Thus Sontag writes: "Fascist art glorifies surrender; it heightens thoughtlessness: it glorifies death."
Wed February 16, 6pm
Texts by Simone Weil, moderated and with an introduction by Jan Erbelding
in cooperation with Lothringer 13's INCOMPLETE READING GROUP
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Wed March 2, 6pm
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