Transcending reconciliation, normalisation and the invention of a good national history, the last few years have seen the emergence of a pluralist culture of remembrance. It takes place in theatres, on the internet, through newly formed networks and on the streets. And it asks what changes in remembrance need to take place for everyone to participate and not just some.
On the multi-layered anniversary of the November pogroms (in English known by the Nazi-term ‚Kristallnacht‘) and the fall of the Berlin Wall, Max Czollek, İdil Baydar and guests host an evening about a stage in the debate and the theatre, about the anger, the sadness and the laughter.
We will also broadcast the event in a livestream.
This event is part of ’61–’91–’21: Immer Wieder Deutschland, the accompanying programme for the exhibition Offener Prozess.