Tom Fecht. Namen und Steine: Memoire Nomade / Edition 3

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Das Mémoire nomade, 1992 anlässlich der documenta IX entstanden, entwickelte sich zu einem nomadisierenden Gedächtnis, aus dem ein europaweiter Epitaph entsteht. Verletzte Liebe bildet das eigentliche Gravitätszentrum dieses ungewöhnlichen Projektes, das sich aus der langjährigen Zusammenarbeit des Künstlers Tom Fecht mit der Deutschen AIDS-Stiftung entwickelt hat.
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Dietmar Kamper. Geboren 1936. 1973 bis 1979 Professur an der Universität Marburg. Seit 1979 Professor für Soziologie an der FU Berlin. Veranstalter internationaler transdisziplinärer Kolloquien. Zahlreiche Publikationen.

Ulrich Heide. Geboren 1953. Studium der Erziehungswissenschaften, Geschichte und Evangelischen Religionslehre. Geschäftsführendes Vorstandsmitglied der Deutschen AIDS-Stiftung, u. a. zuständig für Fundraising und Benefizprojekte, die vor allem im künstlerischen Bereich angesiedelt sind. Zahlreiche Publikationen.

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Table of Contents

John Berger: Monolog; Vorworte der Herausgeber; Ulrich Heide: Einführung; Dietmar Kamper: Nach Dannen. Ins erste Futur.- Peter Weiss: Prolog.- Ulrich Heide: Kunst und Aids; Mémoire nomade – Fragmente; Ulrich Heide: Arbeitsjournal; Elisabeth von Samsonow: Grab/Graph; Michael Fehr: Mémoire nomade – Monument unserer Zeit; Andreas Ruby: Flüchtige Räume; Maja Majer-Wallat: Autonomie und Anwendung; Daniel Defert: Wenn Sterben verschwindet; Bernd Aretz: Erinnerung und Zukunft; Dietmar Kamper: Die Wunde, die nicht heilt; Rainer Jarchow: Wind Rosen Kreuz; Rolf Peter Lange: Kultureller Wandel; Ulrich Heide: Die Kunst, zu helfen; Hans Ulrich Reck: Körper Bilder Medien – Nachwort; Wolfdietrich Schnurrre: Epilog.- Ortsregister des Mémoire nomade; Neue Namens-Steine; Die Deutsche AIDS-Stiftung; Biografie; Quellen; Dank
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