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Panel I: Claims and Agency - Videos now online

Beirut, Orient-Institut (27 févr. 2014)

Thursday, 12 December 2013, 10.30-15.30 @ Warehouse Watch videos of some of the presentations below! This panel focuses on the legal, moral, economic, and political claims that conflicting urban actors in the three cities of Beirut, Cairo and Tehran advance to control ownership, access, and uses ...

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Rana ElNemr / Artist& Image Researcher: Olympic Garden 2009-11

Doant, Silvana (25 nov. 2013)

Saturday, 14 December 2013, Panel III: Open Air Spaces of Gathering, 12.15-12.45 @ Mansion Located behind ‘The Egyptian Olympic Centre’, on the amorphous line separating the upper middle class neighbourhood of New Maadi and the Arab Al-Basateen informal area, the Olympic Centre Garden has come ...

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Maryam Amiri and Esmaeil Izadi / University of Tehran: Tehran Urban Space Under the Rationale of Sales Price

Beirut, Orient-Institut (25 nov. 2013)

Thursday, 12 December 2013, Panel I: Claims and Agency, 14.00-15.30 @ Warehouse We explore the interrelations between law and space, focusing on urban space generated in Tehran under the Urban Density Sales Law. Endorsed by Tehran Municipality in 1990, the law overturned construction density ...

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Maïa Sinno / Sorbonne University and CEDEJ: The ‘Gulfization’ of the Cairo Downtown ‘Corniche’ behind Differentiating Social Practices?

Doant, Silvana (25 nov. 2013)

Saturday, 14 December 2013, Panel III: Open Air Spaces of Gathering, 14.00-16.15 @ Mansion This study focuses on the case of Cairo’s downtown corniche, which was originally designed as an urban showcase of Cairo, influenced by the perception of the Gulf countries way of life. Over the last ...

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divercities trailer

Beirut, Orient-Institut (7 déc. 2013)

CREDITS Trailer: Rami Nihawi Music from Khat Thaleth Film material from: Inverted Worlds: Congress on Cultural Motion in the Arab Region, OIB 2012 The children of the 10th district of Tehran by Mani Memarsadeghi (2012) This Sea is Mine by Dictaphone Group With thanks to Azam Khatam, Akram Rayess & ...

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Laban – Live Lactic Culture (Masar Theatre)

Doant, Silvana (27 nov. 2013)

© Laban Thursday, 12 December 2013, Improvisational theatre, 19.00 @ Orient Institut Beirut (OIB) Masar Theatre is a participatory, improvisation-based, socio-political theatre format invented by Laban. It was invented to meet the need of having a theatre-based tool for interventions in communities ...

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Divercities Report

Beirut, Orient-Institut (3 mars 2014)

Divercities Contested Space and Urban Identities in Beirut, Cairo and Tehran  Beirut, Thursday 12 – Saturday 14 December 2013 This three-day multidisciplinary event was a joint project by the Orient-Institut Beirut and the Goethe Institut Lebanon. Divercities discussed contested spaces in Beirut, ...

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Nahid Siamdoust/ University of Oxford: Tehran’s Soundscape and the Public Sphere

Doant, Silvana (25 nov. 2013)

Friday, 13 December 2013, Panel II: Between Public and Private, 15.00-18.30 @ Zico House Tehran’s soundscape is a highly contested element of the public sphere that the Islamic Republic officially controls. I will show through a discussion of music how this space serves to mitigate any stark ...

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Dictaphone Group: Why the Sea is Mine?

Doant, Silvana (27 nov. 2013)

Why the Sea is Mine© Dictaphone Group Friday, 13 December 2013, Lecture, 19.00-20.00 @ Zico House Why the Sea is Mine? is a lecture by Dictaphone Group in which we share some of the findings from our research as well as our artistic work process from three projects that took place in Lebanon: ‘ ...

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Wrap up: Anton Escher / University of Mainz

Doant, Silvana (25 nov. 2013)

Saturday, 14 December 2013, Panel III: Open Air Spaces of Gathering, 16.30 @ Mansion Anton Escher is Professor of Geography at the University of Mainz. His main research interests revolve around the social and architectural development of historic cities of the Mediterranean region, the perception ...

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