Wed 04.04.2018, 19:30h
resonanzraum St. Pauli
Ilija Trojanow (Writer)
EUR 5 online oder an der Abendkasse
»Nothing about fleeing is fleeting. It seizes your life
and never releases its grip.« In »After the «, Ilija Trojanow talks about the arrival process as a moult, about being a stranger, and about the impossibility of returning: »Home is what can not die in you. An illusion that does not disappear even if you no longer believe in it.« In the Bunkersalon he reads from his new novel, intervened by music about the fading of identity that Tim-Erik Winzer releases from the mixing console.
Musical reading with Ilija Trojanow followed by a conversation.
Joachim Lux, moderation
bunkersalon: Mit offenen Ohren denken.
Thinking with open ears.
The Bunkersalon lecture series, curated by Ensemble Resonanz and VAN Magazine, invites guests from philosophy, art, and science, and encourages them to put hearing at the center of the conversation. What does the collapse of identity sound like? How do we hear the evil, what do Rocko Schamoni and Charly Hübner hear in Mahler Nine?
One guest that is present at every lecture is the music. In these contexts, we start hearing it differently. Each evening winds down with a glass of red wine at the bar, as we ask questions and continue conversations with friends old and new.
Curated by Elisa Erkelenz, Ensemble Resonanz
in co-operation with VAN Magazine