History and Historiography

Already, Still and Not Yet: How History Is / Noam Yuran

Oct 3rd, 2013 | By | Category: History and Historiography

Noam Yuran proposes a return to a total narrative of human history and to questions on history’s nature by contemplating the emergence of terms and concepts



The problematic of time in contemporary art / Nicolas Bourriaud

Oct 3rd, 2013 | By | Category: Current, History and Historiography

Nicolas Bourriaud outlines the transforming conception of time in contemporary art and art’s various gestures toward time and history



An excerpt from the Testimony by Tilda Death

Oct 3rd, 2013 | By | Category: History and Historiography

An excerpt from the testimony by Tilda Death – born in the Polish town of Mozjitz, who managed as a teenager to survive the tribulations of WWII, join the partisans, and immigrate to Palestine/Israel.

Auntie L. makes use of the art of spoken poetry, a tool she acquired during her time in the forests in order to utter things that should be said.

Her stage name – MC-Tilda-Death, was already given to her back in the day, when horrors of war were forged into national mythologies. It referred to her macabre disposition and the total, uncompromising quality of her work.



Keepers of Knowledge: The People of Israel, the Flood, and the Dawn of History / Ofri Ilani

Oct 3rd, 2013 | By | Category: History and Historiography

Until the beginning of the 19th century, the only description acceptable for the dawn of history, was the one in the Book of Genesis. Within this kind of historical narrative, the people of Israel enjoyed the privileged status of “the first people after the flood”



Twenty Years after the Exodus 2048 Odyssey: Miri Stern Interviewed by Lotte Müller

Oct 3rd, 2013 | By | Category: History and Historiography

A newspaper interview on the refugees of “Exodus 2048”, presenting a future history for the Jewish and middle-eastern reality