Border Crossing Revisited
Two people in front of a white structured wall.
Sun, 08.09.2013, 3 pm CEST
The name Arab Spring points to the political and cultural transformation underway in the southern Mediterranean region, an event which is being followed with great interest, hope, but also with skepticism. The exhibition Cross-border focusses on the analysis as carried out by exclusively female artists on various aspects relating to the theme of borders: on dealing with borders and their overcoming.
At the close of the exhibition, on September 8, 2013, exhibition protagonists discuss their works and various aspects of their personal relationship to limits and their overcoming. The exhibition, as well as the discussion of themes, invites one to reconsider prejudices as well as mistaken interpretations. Participants of the Round of Talks Lara Baladi
artist from Lebanon represented in the exhibition, lives in Cairo
Elisabeth Klotz
Curator of the exhibition Cross-border, lives in Berlin
Heba Ahmed
born in Kairo, studies philosophy at FU Berlin, until June 2011: Representative of the international scholarship of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Brigitte Triems
from 2006 till 2012 President of the European Women’s Lobby (EWL) with headquarters in Brussels, currently, among others, member of the board of the Deutsche Frauenrats, [German Women’s Council] resident in Berlin
Wassyla Tamzali
longstanding commitment to women's rights within UNESCO

Moderation: Karin Schädler
Freelance journalist, project manager and seminar leader in Berlin, her main topics: migration, religions and international reporting
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