Ethnography of a European city: Conversations in an Indian Restaurant in Salzburg
The Indian film-maker Iffat Fatima went undercover in an Indian restaurant in Salzburg and presents us with a multifaceted ‘city tour’ based on an ethnographic view of western society.
11/11/2008 – 14:00-20:00 – Kaaistudio’s & La Raffinerie
12/11/2008 – 16:00-19:30 – Kaaistudio’s
12/11/2008 – 16:00-20:00 – La Raffinerie
13/11/2008 – 16:00-20:00 – Kaaistudio’s & La Raffinerie
14/11/2008 – 16:00-20:00 – Kaaistudio’s & La Raffinerie
15/11/2008 – 14:00-19:00 – Kaaistudio’s
15/11/2008 – 14:00-20:00 – La Raffinerie
The current APAP-project, titled The Art of Survival – Artistic Views on the Social, offers the artists involved a chance to dig into some pertinent questions on social themes such as migration and a transcultural dialog, (neo-) colonialism, the ethnographic approach to a culture, ...
From 11th to 15th of November, some installations and video works will be presented in Kaaistudio’s and La Raffinerie: Sound of Migration - Ethnography of a European city - Someone must have been telling lies about me - Look 4 Faces - Public Domain
A number of the resulting projects are accompanied or presented by informal show cases, public debates, online presentations, ...
direction Iffat Fatima | production Szene Salzburg | second unit Margarita Kirchner | photos banners Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons in Kashmir