(Timothy Morton, Raafat Majzoub, Isabelle Stengers,
Fabrizio Terranova, Rodrigo Sobarzo de Larraechea,
Cord Riechelmann and a public reading of the Xenofeminist Manifesto)
(Displacing theory in bars and public spaces in the middle of the night)
(Emanuele Coccia, Camilla Pietrabissa, Matteo Lucchetti and Danilo Correale – Intoxicated by Daylight, and Anonima Nottambuli – , Cristina Kristal Rizzo , Silvia Bottiroli, Mårten Spångberg and Strasse)
(Maurizio Lazzarato, Dora García, Charles Filch and Jessica, Stephen Wright, Natasha Ginwala, Sam Hardy, Andrew Norman Wilson, Marisa Morán Jahn and Paul Falzone, Sarah Vanagt, Postspectacle)
(A space to display the use of black market strategies in artistic creation and to investigate the topic of circulation beneath the realm of the visible)
( The body is not only the instrument through which objects are displaced in space, but also a medium that transports gestures and movements from one time to another)
(Aleppo opens a public program with Arkadi Zaides and Sofiane Oussi on politics of displacement and the body as archive. In the frame of Dansem)
(Patricia Reed, Ismail Fayed, Stephen Wright, R'm Aharoni, Tania Bruguera, Veridiana Zurita, Museum of Arte Util, Dan Perjovschi, Sonja Lavaert, Samah Hijawi )
(A temporary school investigating the political use of the exception, and the risk and potentialities of art – and of a festival – to be perceived as such. The temporary school gave birth to the publication Not Only But Also, an experiment of radical imagination)
(Bojana Kunst, Joe Kelleher, Milo Rau, Arkadi Zaides, Amir Reza Koohestani, Simon Allermesch, Cristina Rizzo, , Mette Edvardsen, Cristian Chiron; co-curated with Livia Andrea Piazza)
(If 2015 marks the two-hundredth anniversary of the Congress of Vienna, this very year gives the chance to take restoration out from the past of Western historiography to see its continuous dynamic. A public program on the order, between its normative restoration and the potentiality of its imaginative re-appropriation)
(In the frame of Present Club, Aleppo invites artist Ayman Nahle with the screening of his short movie Now: End of Season. The film premiered at Berlinale and it is screened at La Loge for the first time in Belgium)
(a public program on the value of complexity and opacity,
and the legacy of Edouard Glissant in in today's landscape.
In the frame of Atopolis, commissioned by Wiels and Fondation Mons 2015)
( Thomas Hirschhorn, Maurizio Lazzarato, Patrick Chamoiseau,
Vincent Message and the projection of Manthia Diawara's
One World In Relation)
(Enlightenment associated obscurity and obscurantism, and pushed reflection to operate during daytime. Aleppo opens Autoscuola della Notte a two-day public program in the middle of the night: a series of encounters from bar to bar, with bar lectures, projections and reading sessions to reflect on the modern transformation of the night in a different way of thinking together).
(Interruptions: A Strike Preparation Camp opens ten days of performances, screenings, workshops, lectures and reflections on the idea of strike, during the week of the first general strike. Is the strike an action or the interruption of an action? And what do we produce when we stop to produce?)
(Eyal Weizman, Jacques Rancière, Ariella Azoulay, Erdem Gündüz, Sarah Vanhee, Silvia Bottiroli, Livia Andrea Piazza, Sophie Klimis, Sarah and Charles, Nico Carpentier, Samah Hijawi, Fleur Courtois, Aline Wiame, Sonja Lavaert, Santiago Cirugeda)
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Aleppo (Arabic: حلب / ALA-LC: Ḥalab, IPA: ['halab]) is the largest city in Syria
and the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world.
Aleppo is a laboratory for experiments in performance and politics.