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Tekla Aslanishvili (Artist, Film Maker & Essayist) and Adem Ferizaj (Researcher at SOAS London) explore the power dynamics and societal hierarchies within regions at the borderlands between concepts of Europe and Asia on the Eurasian plate (South Caucasus, Caspian regions, and the Balkans) while considering the influence of history, contemporary knowledge production practices and statecraft, shedding light on power dynamics and their historical and con-temporary implications.

Tekla Aslanishvili's work delves into global energy geographies and the evolution of power production and transit infrastructures, exploring the layers of myths, historical narratives, and contemporary knowledge that shape contemporary energy politics.

Adem Ferizaj's work centers around postcoloniality and the roles of Muslim-majority populations from the Balkans in global hierarchies of whiteness. This includes an epistemological study of their position and representation within the broader societal and political context.

The event takes place in our studio  and is open to all. Unfortunately, a livestream can’t be provided.

Curated by Anna Ehrenstein

Tekla Aslanishvili (Artist, Film Maker & Essayist) and Adem Ferizaj (Researcher at SOAS London) explore the power dynamics and societal hierarchies within regions at the borderlands between concepts of Europe and Asia on the Eurasian plate (South Caucasus, Caspian regions, and the Balkans) while considering the influence of history, contemporary knowledge production practices and statecraft, shedding light on power dynamics and their historical and con-temporary implications.

Tekla Aslanishvili's work delves into global energy geographies and the evolution of power production and transit infrastructures, exploring the layers of myths, historical narratives, and contemporary knowledge that shape contemporary energy politics.

Adem Ferizaj's work centers around postcoloniality and the roles of Muslim-majority populations from the Balkans in global hierarchies of whiteness. This includes an epistemological study of their position and representation within the broader societal and political context.

The event takes place in our studio  and is open to all. Unfortunately, a livestream can’t be provided.

Curated by Anna Ehrenstein

Tekla Aslanishvili

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Matteo Pasquinelli: The Eye of the Master. A Social History of Artificial Intelligence. Verso Books, 2023, ISBN: 978-1-78873-006-8

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Adem Ferizaj

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Tekla Aslanishvili & Adem Ferizaj

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Studio

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Tekla Aslanishvili (Artist, Film Maker & Essayist) and Adem Ferizaj (Researcher at SOAS London) explore the power dynamics and societal hierarchies within regions at the borderlands between concepts of Europe and Asia on the Eurasian plate (South Caucasus, Caspian regions, and the Balkans).

Tekla Aslanishvili (Artist, Film Maker & Essayist) and Adem Ferizaj (Researcher at SOAS London) explore the power dynamics and societal hierarchies within regions at the borderlands between concepts of Europe and Asia on the Eurasian plate (South Caucasus, Caspian regions, and the Balkans) while considering the influence of history, contemporary knowledge production practices and statecraft, shedding light on power dynamics and their historical and con-temporary implications.

Tekla Aslanishvili's work delves into global energy geographies and the evolution of power production and transit infrastructures, exploring the layers of myths, historical narratives, and contemporary knowledge that shape contemporary energy politics.

Adem Ferizaj's work centers around postcoloniality and the roles of Muslim-majority populations from the Balkans in global hierarchies of whiteness. This includes an epistemological study of their position and representation within the broader societal and political context.

The event takes place in our studio  and is open to all. Unfortunately, a livestream can’t be provided.

Curated by Anna Ehrenstein

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New Practice in Art and Technology - Find out what's on, who we are, our studio, research + study programme. Don't miss: journal / 3021 project space & loops event series.