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Berlin: Thursday (May 31st 2018) “May oh May  ’68” – A necessarily motley trip through a decade

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May oh May  ’68

A necessarily motley trip through a decade
Everywhere the engines of historicization of the turbulent events of the years around 1968 are running full speed what happened, was it good? Was it bad? This evening refuses to add anything to this production of opinions, it will be more about simple education by images, sounds, texts from those times. There will be: Russian tanks, French workers lost in the student’s cosmos, bad-tempered songwriters, women – so modern that they are old-fashioned today -, China then and today – even outside of China -, Yugoslavian workers immanently on strike, small stuff from Berlin, the beginning of do-it-yourself capitalism, the Kommune I and II: How everything started, which ended differently.

At Laidak: (Boddinstrasse 42)
Thursday – 31/5/18
19:00 pm 

Oh Mai ’68
Ein notwendig bunter Reigen durch ein Jahrzehnt

Allerorten läuft 50 Jahre später die mediale Erinnerungsmaschine an die teilweise turbulenten Geschehnisse von 1968 und drum herum – war, was geschah, von heute aus gesehen gut, war es schlecht? Dieser Abend soll dieser Meinungsbildung nichts hinzufügen, sondern mehr zur Bildung beitragen in Form von Bildern, Tönen, Texten zu der Zeit. Es kommen vor: russische Panzer, französische Arbeiter verloren im studentischen Kosmos, genervte Liedermacher, Frauen, so modern, daß sie heute schon wieder veraltet sind, China gestern und heute – auch außerhalb Chinas -, jugoslawische Arbeiter im immanenten Streit, Berliner Petitessen, der Anfang des digitalen Selbstverwaltungskapitalismus, Kommune I und II. Im Ganzen: Wie alles anfing, was anders endete.

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