“Our situation demands a new form of exegesis, one that rescues the legibitlity of the past against the conventions of official memory.
Past events cannot provide a key to the present unless they are radically separated from a direct lineage of inheritance.”
Emily Jacir & Susan Buck-Morss, 2012
Thinker, author, curator, architect of House of Taswir and the Taswir atlas, worked in Philadelphia, Jerusalem, Istanbul, Berlin, lives in Berlin
2015 My Little Mnemosyne, Portable Exhibit-Installation, Pergamon Palais, Berlin
2015 The Envelope. Commentary on Walid Raad’s Scratching on Things I could Disavow. Envelope, Mirror, Golden Frame, 39 x 47 cm + Commentary on The Envelope. Commentary on Walid Raad’s Scratching on Things I could Disavow. Envelope, Mirror, Golden Frame, 54 x 62 cm
2014 House of Taswir, Book, Image and Text Installation, with Verena Gerlach and Hannes Aechter, München: W. Fink
2014 Maliheh Afnan, Tonight the Door Towards Words Will Be Opened, Exhibition and Catalogue, Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin
2014 BodyLetter and Persian DanceScripts, Exhibition with Parastou Forouhar and Ziya Azazi @ El Greco Year 2014, Toledo
2013 The Taswir Atlas, algorithm and digital mnemosyne atlas, with Jens Ravens and Christian Koter, published @ www.taswir.org
2009 / 2010 Taswir Exhibition Berlin. Martin-Gropius-Bau. In collaboration with the Berliner Festspiele and sixty-five contemporary artists.
2007 Vom Aufstand der Bilder. Materialien zu Rembrandt und Midrasch, Book, München: W. Fink