A conversation about the aesthetics, dramaturgy and logic of storytelling about war and struggle, exploring definitions of war, struggle, heroism and the impact of the exclusion of women’s contribution, experiences, and voices.
Time: October 30, 2018, 18.30
Place: The Market Photo Workshop Auditorium, Johannesburg, South Africa
This public conversation is a collaboration between PARSE, The Market Theatre, and the Embassy of Sweden
Excerpts from The Unwomanly Face of Warby Svetlana Aleksandrovna Aleksijevitj
Phemelo Motene – actress/radio host
Hedda Krausz – counsellor for cultural affairs/playwright/director
Beverly Ditsie – director and producer for film and tv/activist
Kristina Hagström-Ståhl – PARSE professor HSM
Gail Smith – writer/journalist/spokesperson
Redi Thlabi – author/broadcaster/talkshow host
Moderator: Katarina Hedrén – film curator/writer
This event is part of the Intersectional Engagements in Politics and Artresearch arc within PARSE.