Hannah Arendt, Freedom, and Art by Instituto de Artivismo Hannah Arendt

Location: documenta Halle

Languages: English


Political action requires that one leave the anonymity and safety of private life and risk being seen and judged in the world. To act in politics is to seek to make sense of the world, which is why Arendt writes, “Courage is indispensible because in politics not life but the world is at stake.”

In this session we ask what it means to act courageously in the name of the common world.

In collaboration with The Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities at Bard College

Invited Guests

Olivia Guaraldo
Roger Berkowitz


Du-Ry-Straße 1, 34117 Kassel



Location: documenta Halle

Languages: English



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