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+ Abu Ghosh, Modi’n ilit, Bil’in, Taibeh,
   Lod, Ramle, Jaffa, Holon

    25 - 27 October, 2007


The traveling conference/ field trip LIMINAL SPACES 03 brings together academics, artists, architects and activists with the aim of examining the possibility of joint action in ot of the ever-growing existential hardship of Palestinians living under Israeli occupation and the subsequent deprivation of freedom of mobility and basic civil rights. The three-day event will focus on an often neglected aspect of occupation: the conflicts,

confrontations and inconspicuous exchange between Jewish and Arab-Palestinian communities within Israel. The event will be staged as a guided tour with lectures, panel discussions and meetings in various locations such as Bi’lin, Lydd/ Lod, Ramle, Jaffa and Tel Aviv, offering unique insights into the complex and ambiguous social and spatial reality of this conflict, following Frantz Fanon’s description of the relationship between colonizers and colonized (“The Wretched of the Earth”, 1965).


Curated by:

Galit Eilat, Reem Fadda, Philipp Misselwitz

Curatorial advisors:

Eyal Danon, Khaled Horani, Jack Persekian, Barbara Steiner

Made possible by:

German Federal Cultural Foundation |

Goethe Institute, Jerusalem

Robert Bosch Stichung | Heinrich Boell Foundation

Austrian Cultural Forum


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