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Movement


The Onassis Stegi, in support of the free movement of people, ideas and culture, invites us to imagine our common future in an open world beyond borders, beyond racial and gender restrictions.

“Movement” explores human mobility in the Mediterranean and beyond, from the interwar period to the present (1920-2020), through a series of lectures, concerts, film screenings, and a digital platform for archival and live material that will be simulcast throughout the festival.

From 1920 on, wars, colonialism, deteriorating economic conditions and the pursuit of a better way of life, the acceleration of technological change, and environmental disasters have played a decisive role in the mass movement of people.

The phenomenon of human mobility, which is as old as humanity itself, leads us to a conclusion: Human life cannot be detached from the freedom of movement, which is an indispensible precondition for the free and necessary exercise of humanity’s creative and productive capacity.

For more information, please visit the official site of the Onassis Stegi.

Movement

14/02/2020 - 23/02/2020
Location: ATTICAATTICAATHENS (ATHINA)

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Dates: 14-23/2/2020 Location: Onassis Stegi


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