Touchdown create in the moment within a structured score, including concepts of proximity and space, architecture (Angus Balbernie) the poetics of movement (Steve Batts), and kinaesthetic awareness (Julyen Hamilton). This 30 minute performance will be followed by a Q&A with the dancers.
30 Nov 2018, 19:00 to 21:00pm, The Anatomy Museum, King’s College London (Strand Campus). For further info and to register.
29 November-1 December 2018: Art and Reconciliation Symposium, London
From 29 November – 1 December 2018 we will be holding a symposium where project participants, artists, practitioners and academics will explore the key themes of the project: What is reconciliation? What practices constitute spaces of reconciliation? What do the arts have to offer in post-conflict settings? How are we to measure the effectiveness of reconciliation interventions? For further info and to register.
28 November 2018: Photography and Art in Post Conflict Societies, London
25 June 2018: The Artist in Post Conflict Societies workshop, Sarajevo
‘The Artist in Post Conflict Societies’ was a workshop organised in conjunction with the REconciliations exhibition that brought together regional artists at the History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It involved a series of practical sessions on working with institutions and writing funding proposals and a broader discussion about the social and political production of art and on the role and responsibilities of artists working in post conflict societies. For more info see here.
29 June-31 August 2018: REconciliations exhibition, Sarajevo
‘REconcilaitions’ brings together regional and international artists who have produced artwork in response to the collection of the History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Undertaken as part of Art and Reconciliation, the exhibition has sought to ask questions about the role of the artist in post conflict societies. How can artists look back and critically re-interpret history in order to look forward and re-imagine a different future? ReConciliations features the work of seven artists working with film, sculpture, drawing and audio visual installations: Lana Čmajčanin & Adela Jušić; Milena Michalski; Mladen Miljanovic; Paul Coldwell; Sabina Tanović & Dario Kristić; Vladimir Miladinovic; Ziyah Gafic. For more info see here.
8 June 2018: Evaluating Reconciliation: The Western Balkans and Beyond, London
Policy meeting, King’s College London, 8 June 2018, 1000-1600.
3 May 2018: After the Hague Tribunal: prospects for justice and reconciliation in the Balkans, London
The panel discusses the implications for accountability for war crimes in the Balkans following the closure of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
Jasna Dragović-Soso is Senior Lecturer in International Relations in the Department of Politics and International Relations at Goldsmiths University of London.
Jelena Petrović is a Post-doctoral Research Associate in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London.
Eric Gordy is Professor of Political and Cultural Sociology in the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London.
Jelena Subotić is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Georgia State University.
James Gow is Professor of International Peace and Security in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London.
Denisa Kostovicova (@DenisaKost) is Associate Professor in the Department of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
This event is hosted by LSE Department of Government’s Conflict Research Group and AHRC-funded ‘Arts and Reconciliation’ project.
Thursday 03 May 2018 6:30pm to 8:00p, London School of Economics and Political Science
26 April 2018, Rethinking Reconciliation and Transitional Justice, London
The panel discussion launches a special issue of the journal Ethnic and Racial Studies coedited by James Hughes and Denisa Kostovicova of LSE’s Department of Government.
Thursday 26 April 2018 6:30pm to 8:00pm, London School of Economics and Political Science
23 April 2018, (En-)Gendering Transitional Justice: Silences, Symbols, Spaces and the (Anti-)Politics of Reconciliation, London
King’s College London, March 2018.
18 April 2018: Knowledge Exchange on the RECOM Process, London
Policy meeting, London School of Economics and Political Science, 18 April 2018, 0930-1400.
14 March 2018: Art and Reconciliation: Evaluating and Demonstrating the Social Impact of the Arts
Seminar, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, 14 March 2018, 10am-2pm.
5 March 3018, Reconciliation as Activity – Possibilities for Action, Prishtina
Policy meeting and authors’ workshop, Centre for Research and Documentation, Prishtina, March 2018.
30-31 January 2018: Reconciliation Histories Workshop
‘Reconciliation Histories’ explores forgotten and hidden moments of (non)reconciliation to challenge what it is that is meant be reconciliation and how it is to be achieved in the contemporary era, and considers diverse examples from the Athenian wars, to the Bolshevik revolution. If you are interested in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information (limited spaces). For more information see here.
29 January 2018: ‘Ricochet’ by Simon Norfolk
Please join us for a lecture by the award winning photographer, Simon Norfolk, on the politics of remembrance after the first world war. The lecture is based on a forthcoming documentary series “Ricochet”, which asks what’s wrong with pretty war cemeteries and cenotaphs and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier? Quite a lot, this lecture argues. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ricochet-by-simon-norfolk-tickets-41106261936. For more information see here.
7 June 2017: Film Screening: After The Fact
LSE hosts screening and discussion surrounding Henry Redwood and Ice&Fire film After the Fact, an exploration of the experience of witnessing in international courts. For more information see here.
14-16 June 2017: BISA Conference:
Denisa Kostovicova (Department of Government, London School of Economics) and Tom Paskhalis (Department of Methodology, London School of Economics), present ‘Women Deliberators and Transitional Justice: What Kind of Voice?’. This captureskey findings from their research on RECOM, exploring the way that women participate in transitional justice. For more information see here.
26 June-2 July 2017: Warm Festival and Why Remember
Paul Lowe (UAL LCC) co-curates a festival and conference in Sarajevo exploring themes of journalism, art, remembrance and conflict. For more information see here.