Juni 2012



Sonntag 17.06.2012 16:15 | Seminarraum 1

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Veranstalter/-in: Werkstatt der Kulturen



Vortrag: 16:15-16:45 Uhr (30 min., in engl. Sprache)

Impermanence is said to denote the inconstency of all being and the concomitant ephemerality of human existence. It is a fact, inevitability, state of mind, way of life, universal constant and empirical truth, which may be approached philosophically, metaphysically, theologically, culturally or merely at a personal level. In the contemporary context it would be best described as a concept and as with all concepts in the world, it may mean too little or too much depending on the individual. Human Frames engages the audiences in a discussion with Kent Chan that explores the idea of impermanence.

Kent Chan is a filmmaker and artist based in Singapore. He also writes on films and art and is launching an online journal on Southeast Asian contemporary art called 'Locale'.

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