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Harun Farocki, "Workers Leaving the Factory in Eleven Decades", 2006

Daimler Lecture

Online Event

Harun Farocki: Forms of Intelligence between Text and Image

Harun Farocki is best known in contemporary art, film, and media studies as a celebrated international artist. His wide-ranging oeuvre spans from 1960s agit-prop cinema to 1970s and ’80s West German television to media installations created from the mid-1990s to 2014. Less well known, however, is that Farocki was a critic before he became a filmmaker. In this talk, Nora Alter takes a close look at Farocki’s early writings and places them alongside his moving-image work to show how the two are interrelated and how they function as a diptychs prefiguring his multi-channel installations.

25 Mar 21
Film Studies
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19:30 - 21:00
Online via Zoom (7:30 p.m. CET / 2:30 p.m. ET)


Speaker: Nora M. Alter

Please note that this lecture will take place entirely online. All registered guests will receive participation instructions one to two days prior to the event.

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