Photo collage: Portrait of a young man looking seriously into the camera. On the left side of the picture is the cover of the book "The day I was supposed to die".
© Johannes Tewelde
Photo collage: Portrait of a young man looking seriously into the camera. On the left side of the picture is the cover of the book "The day I was supposed to die".
© Johannes Tewelde

Wallah Krise!

Reading: Said Etris Hashemi »Der Tag, an dem ich sterben sollte« / Concert: Tam Thi Pham

Dates

Friday

8/23/24

6:30 PM

/ Admission free

Friday

8/23/24

8:30 PM

/ Admission free

In the racist terrorist attack in Hanau on February 19, 2020, 23-year-old Said Etris Hashemi was seriously injured, while his younger brother Said Nesar and eight other young people died. This day changed everything forever, not only in the lives of those affected but in society as a whole. His book is Etris personal account of what he experienced and a sharp social analysis. It is an important contribution to contemporary Germany and to the urgently needed debate on right-wing terror and structural racism in the country.

In German language.


The Hamburg-based multimedia composer and performer Tam Thi Pham creates poetic works in which she combines technology and tradition to create meditative, poetic sound performances.

A woman sits on the floor with a long, narrow wooden instrument with one string in front of her. A microphone is pointed at the instrument and the woman appears to be producing sounds with two glass bowls.
Tam Pham Anas Aboura1
© Kampnagel

FUNDING Rudolf Augustein Stiftung