Video Documentation

On the occasion of the book launch
“Extraterritorialities in Occupied Worlds”
Goldsmiths University of London. March 16, 2016.


Zygmunt Bauman is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of
Leeds. He is the author of many books, including Memories of Class:
The Pre-History and After-Life of Class (1982), Legislators and
Interpreters: On Modernity, Post-Modernity and Intellectuals (1987),
Modernity and the Holocaust (1989) and Liquid Modernity (2000)  Liquid
Life (2005) Collateral Damage: Social Inequalities in a Global Age
(2011) and Does the Richness of the Few Benefit us All (2013).

Eyal Weizman is an architect, Professor of Visual Cultures, and
Director of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths,
University of London. Since 2011 he also directs the European Research
Council funded project, Forensic Architecture. His books include A
Civilian Occupation (2003), Hollow Land (2007), The least of all
possible evils: Humanitarian violence from Arendt to Gaza (2012),
Mengele’s Skull (with Thomas Keenan, 2012) and and The Conflict
Shoreline: Colonization as Climate Change in the Negev Desert (with
Fazal Sheikh, 2016).

Full Lecture by Professor Zygmunt Bauman, Respondent: Professor Eyal Weizman

Presentation Event
Screening the video program  “Wild West” on sails, 2009

Exterritory Project Symposiums:
The symposiums are an ongoing endeavor, we wish to bring together and distribute a wide range of existing research on Extraterritoriality as well encourage the production of new thought.  These lectures are always given in open to the public events, taking place in different places in the world, inviting participants from different disciplines to contribute their interpretation to the concept. The final out come of these will be an edited collection of essays on extraterritoriality, exploring its different manifestations, searching for ways in which the notion of extraterritoriality is imagined, articulated, understood, preformed and generated in different discourses and practices while searching for its critical and conceptual potential.


Graham Harman-
is a professor at the American University in Cairo provost for research administration and professor in the Department of Philosophy He is the author of nine books, among those The Quadruple Object and Quentin Meillassoux: Philosophy in the Making, both published in 2011. He is the editor of the Speculative Realism book series at Edinburgh University Press, and (with Bruno Latour) co-editor of the New Metaphysics book series at Open Humanities Press.


Eliav Lieblich
– specializes in public international law, particularly the international law on the use of force and international humanitarian law in non-international conflicts, international human rights law and international organizations. Published many articles, this year he published the book “International Law and Civil Wars: Intervention and Consent” (Routledge, 2013).


Dana Diminescu 
– is the director of the TIC-Migrations Program at the FMSH, Paris which explores the impact of new technologies on the migrant world (occupation of digital territories by Diasporas, policies on the digital management of migrants etc.)

 

Anat Ben-David- is post-doctoral researcher with the WebART project, University of Amsterdam.  She holds a PhD from the Science, Technology and Society program, Bar-Ilan University. Her dissertation, titled “Palestinian Border-Making in Digital Spaces”, conceptualizes border-work online through a spatial analysis of the Palestinian Web. She is a member of the ‘Exterritory Project’.

Anselm Franke – is a critic and curator based in Berlin, and curator of the Taipei Biennial 2012. He was director of Extra City Kunsthal Antwerpen (2006-2010) where he organized exhibitions such as “Sergei Eisenstein – The Mexican Drawings” and “Mimetismé”, and he was a co-curator of Manifesta 7 (2008) and the Brussels Biennial (2009). He is a researcher at Goldsmiths College University of London and a lecturer at the Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe. Since 2006, he is co-curator of the Forum Expanded of the International Filmfestival Berlin. He is Head of Visual Arts at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin.

Stuart Elden – is a professor in the department of geography at Durham University. His research is at the intersection of politics, philosophy and geography. In 2011 he was given the Royal Geographical Society Murchison Award for work judged to contribute most to geographical science in preceding years for ‘publications in political geography’.


Angus Cameron 
– is a senior lecturer in spatial organization in the University of Leicester, his research interests address the broad themes of spatiality, representation and performance. Empirically this has embraced topics of money, offshore finance, boundaries, taxation, cartography, and discourses of inclusion/exclusion/exception, semiotics and the mythical figure of the Trickster. He had published extensively on these topics.

Doron Friedman – serves as Head of the Advanced Virtuality Lab at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya. He is involved in a number of international research projects in the realm of virtual reality, brain-computer communication and men-machine communication.

Project First Presentation 2009

Project First Presentation 2009

Project First Presentation 2009

Project First Presentation 2009

Project First Presentation 2009

17-21 June 2010 Event

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