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Debriefing Sessions II

Debriefing Session II is a 20-minute account of Public Movement's research about modern art made in Palestine before 1948 and the ways in which that research activates current politics. The private, one-on-one session draws out the performative relationship between nation-states and their cultural institutions.

In her role as Director of Strategy and Protocol, Alhena created and wrote Debriefing Session II with Dana Yahalomi, Director of Public Movement.

Debriefing Sessions II has been activated at the following sites:

June 18 - October 1 2016 at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City, as part of the exhibition But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise: Contemporary Art of the Middle East and North Africa curated by Sara Raza. Research and training by Hagar Ophir. Activated in New York by Amir Farjoun and Ruth Patir.

October 2015 at Villa Stuck Museum in Munich as part of the as part of Spielart Festival, curated by Tilmann Broszat. Activated in Munich by: Hagar Ophir

October - December 2015 at Artport and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, as part of Public Movement's durational exhibition, National Collection. Activated in Tel Aviv by: Hagar Ophir and Nir Shaulof

For more information please see www.publicmovementrecord.org

Image: Public Movement, Debriefing Session II, 2016. Photo by Kristopher McKay © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York. All Rights Reserved.

Debriefing Sessions I
       
     
Debriefing Sessions I

Debriefing Session I is about the American-Israeli lobby, civil pilgrimage, the right of return, nation branding, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement, and the Palestinian Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel.

During the private, one-on-one sessions, a Public Movement Agent reveals key conflicts from the mission, SALONS: Birthright Palestine?, which was presented as part of the New Museum Triennial: The Ungovernables (2012).

Debriefing Session is a method of sharing the complex relations between cultural production, public and private funding bodies, political agendas and activism.

Debriefing Session I has been activated:

WheredoIendandyoubegin, Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, curated by Nav Haq, September - November 2016.

False Flags, Pelican Bomb, New Orleans, curated by Noah Simblist, April 2016.

A-Genre Festival, Tmuna Theater, Tel Aviv, Israel, curated by Yair Vardi, March 2014.

Radical Conservatism, Castlefield Gallery, Great Britain, curated by Pil and Galia Kollectiv, February 2014.

Location: American Colony Hotel Under the Mountain Festival, Jerusalem, Curated by Omer Krieger, July 2013.

Location: Chateau Marmont, Los Angeles, organized by Artis, March 2013.

Baltic Circle Festival, Helsinki, curated by Satu Herrala, Eva Neklyaeva, November 2012.

The Ungovernables: New Museum Triennial, New York, NY, curated by Eungie Joo, April, 2012. Co-commissioned by Artis, New Museum With the support of: Ostrovsky Family Fund, The Israeli Lottery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Image: Debriefing Session I, Jerusalem, 2013. Photo by:

Selected Press
       
     
Selected Press

Hyperallergic, A Pair of Performances Exposes the Politics of How Museums Operate, Risa Puleo, September 28 2016

Art Monthly, Public Movement, Bob Dickinson, April 2014

Hyperallergic, 10 Best Art Shows in 2013, Hrag Vartanian, 01/04/14

Flash Art, Under the Mountain, Nicola Trezzi, October 2013

Dazed Digital, A Hard Encounter, Suzanne Davies-Crook, September 2013

Image: Debriefing Session I, Los Angeles, 2012. Photo by: Carmen Uriarte / Phoenix Raising Art © Public Movement.