Leander Djønne / Anders Dahl Monsen
Friday 11 Dec 18.00 – Sunday 13 Dec 07.30
The Parallel Action will occupy Bastard next weekend with a 37,5 hour long seminar. That equals a normal working week in Norway.
The seminar will expand on various subjects such as the abolishment of political dissidents, the destruction and the redefinition of the body, fiction and non-fiction, collective and historical narratives, the collapse of middle-class militarist movements and the end of history -
the shit that used to work won´t work now.
From near and afar, from complex conditions to simple solutions, from life itself to its representation - speakers are invited to give talks, perform, screen films and discuss.
Food, drinks and sleeping quarters are available throughout the weekend.
Please come, please stay, please participate.
Parallell Action Program :
11. Dec 18:00 – 13. Dec 07:30
Opening of seminar.
Gertrud Sandqvist (SE)
Hon kan inte hjälpa att när hon talar startar hon en prariebrand. Om Rosa Luxemburg och de soldater som mördade henne.
Sinziana Ravini (SE)
The collective genius.
Ruth Ewan (UK)
Presentation of work.
Sylvain George (FR)
Screening of L'IMPOSSIBLE.
Snorre Hvamen (NO)
Gold in the shit / shit in the gold. An introduction to Gleaners, a film by Agnes Varda.
Joen P. Vedel (DK)
On The Lack Of Incentive To Labour In A Communist Society, A Dream Interpretation.
Screening of Weather Underground by Sam Green and Bill Siege.
Ronny Faber Dahl (NO)
Fire Ice Frost Core.
Markus Moestue (NO) & Nina Skarsbø (NO)
Presentation of work.
Anders Smebye (NO) & Agrafes Nietjes (ZAN)
The taste of puss and goo in my mouth.
Anders Dahl Monsen (NO)
Screening of La Commune (Paris 1871) by Peter Watkins.
Leander Djønne (NO)
The third image, the fourth and so on. With excerpts from La battaglia di Algeri by Gillo Pontecorvo.
Lieselotte Holmene (NO)
Bare en spøk.
Ole Andreas Dahl (NO)
Den usynlige mannen på sokkelen - Karl Liebknecht på Potsdamer Platz.
Linus Elmes (SE)
Morten Halvorsen (NO)
“Untitled (which will be discussed later)”
Topics covered: star trek and literary journals, silver supplied by diamond (STG), pitch fluff, Abraham Lincoln and earl from Santa Cruz and a anecdote on the MSQ-700 digital music sequencer.
Joar Nango (NO) & Sille Storihle (NO)
School of dissent.
Marit Paasche (NO)
A Twice-Told Tale: Brakhage and Thomsen.
Åsa Sonjasdotter (SE) and Nicolas Siepen (DE)
The order of potato.
Michele Masucci (SE)
Screening of Workingman’s Death by Michael Glawogger.
Jonas Bals (NO)
Interview about working conditions.
Hannah Helseth (NO) & Ommund Stokka (NO)
Kunst med eller mot folket.
Will Bradley (UK)
'Death to Hollywood!' - Culture, capitalism, and social democracy.
Stephan Dillemuth (DE)
Academy and the corporate public - shit happens.
Magne Flemmen (NO) & Jens Hjort (NO)
Klasse og individualisering.
Radical computer music & moderen media art.
Anders Wimpelman (NO)
HEART OF DARKNESS: Message Is The (Pande)Medium.
Screening of Die dritte Generation by R. W. Fassbinder
Peter Amdam (NO)
All poems are too beautiful: Some notes on Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, Jean-Luc Nancy and Claire Denis.
Rana Issa (LB)
Does cancer make a man cry? Edward Said's writings after the pains of Luekemia, a special focus on his autobiography Out of Place.
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