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Mohammed Abdel Amine, Student, Berlin
Brandenburger Flüchtlingsinitiative / Brandenburg Refugee Initiative
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Self-Organization of Refugees
Scout in the Mobile Academy 2004
Blackmarket of Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge, Berlin 2005

Katharina Albrecht studied Arab Studies since 1998 she works with TRIAD in Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Ursula Albrecht left the DDR in 1955, lived as stage and costume designer in Vienna, managing since 1970 with success the family Albrecht.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Dr. Aref Al-Sheik is the Director of the Examination Directorate, UAE Ministry of Culture. He has published over 55 books, including 11volumes of poetry, and has authored the lyrics to the UAE national anthem.
Kiosk / Space Control 11, Nation Builders, Abu Dhabi/Dubai/Venice 2009

Valery Alzaga Denver, DVice President of a big US-service-union where she runs the campaign "Justice for Janitors" organizing illegal cleaning people
KIOSK/ Space Control 4, SubstituteCity, Munich 2004

Jale Arikan was born in Istanbul in 1969. She came to Germany when she was six years old, attended the Schauspielschule in Berlin and worked for ARD as their first Turkish announcer when she was 17. This was followed by numerous television and film appearances. In 1996 she went to New York, in order to "get outside the roles of German or foreigner for a while". From 1997 to 2003 she lived in Los Angeles - an ecstatic period between worlds: experiences of landscapes & spirituality and the plastic artificiality of the industry. Selected films: Der Schattenboxer, Lars Becker (1991), appearance in Samson and Delilah, Nicolas Roeg with Dennis Hopper and Liz Hurley (1996), Landgang für Ringo, Lars Becker (1997), Ein Engel schlägt zurück, Angelina Maccarone (1998), Schimanski muss leiden (2000), Hinter der Tür, Neco Celic (2004), porno!melo!drama!, Heekssok Sohn (2005) and several films in Turkey including The Hunter, Erden Kiral, (1987).
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours:
Istanbul, Berlin, New York, Los Angeles. Cologne 2005


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Blixa Bargeld composer, musician, "Einstürzenden Neubauten", art- and theatre projects since the 90ies, Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Mehmet Bayram For several years Mehmet Bayram has been planning and realizing "Islamische Kulturhäuser" (House of the Islamic Culture) for the "Islamische Föderation Berlin". www.mehmetbayram.com
KIOSK/ Space Control 2, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Meron Benvenisti geographer, historian and author. In the seventies he was Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem. In the eighties he built up the "West Bank Database Project" which reports on human rights violations by Israelis and Palestinians in the West Bank.
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Esther Bejarano, member of the woman orchestra in Auschwitz, singer, lives in Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Lindsay Bremner Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, New York.
KIOSK/ Space Control 2, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Franco Bifo Berardi, Rome, Active Member of Potere operaio in the 60s, founder of Radio Alice in 1976 and the telestreet-tv-network against media-dictatorship in 2003
KIOSK/ Space Control 4, SubstituteCity, Munich 2004

Barbara Bilabel, theatre director, Hamburg
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Dr. phil. Angelika Birck, Psychologist, Staff member of the Berlin Center for the Treatment of Torture Victims Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: The Traumatized Refugee. Persecution, Illness, Therapy.

Zeljko Blace, Zagreb, Initiator of "a.network", a platform of media labs/centers in South-East Europe and organizer a.o. new.media.culture.week "Critical Upgrade!" Zagreb
KIOSK/ Space Control 4, SubstituteCity, Munich 2004

Dr. Jochen Blaschke, Sociologist, Director of the Institute for Comparative Social Research, Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Migration Research and No-Border Camps.

Dr. Knut Boeser, literary manager, director, author, Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Christian von Borries, Musician, Conductor, Berlin
www.masseundmacht.com
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Stay of Juvenile Refugees for Humanitarian Reasons - Education instead of Deportation.

Karsten Bott, artist, archivist of daily objects, Frankfurt am Main.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Thea Brejzek, director, theatre scientist, opera and media projects, Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Fritz Brinkmann, photographer, creative consultant, Hamburg
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Friedemann Büttner Middle East Expert, Berlin.
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Hans Bunge, teacher, collector, artist, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Heiner Busch, Journalist, Police Expert, Publisher and editor of the magazine Bürgerrechte und Polizei (Civil Rights and the Police), Bern/Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Systems of control: the expansion of the central registry for foreigners, the recording of biometric data in ID cards, pinpointing suspects by means of computer data and EURODAC.

Ted Byfield Faculty member of the Parsons School of Design, co-moderator of the nettime mailing list, and the 2002 Journalism fellow of the Design trust for Public Space
KIOSK/ Space Control 4, SubstituteCity, Munich 2004


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David Campbel,l Professor for International Politics, Newcastle.
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Duncan Campbell, Journalist, Author, C und Counsselor TV Producer, specialised on the work of secret services. Since 1998 he is councelling the European Parliament on new security technolgies.
www.gn.apc.org/duncan
SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Diana McCarty was born in New Mexico and has been living in Europe for the last 12 years working as a media activist. She is the co-founder of the bootlab as well as the open-source radio project reboot.fm in Berlin. During the nineties, she and others initiated the nettime mailing list and she has worked as part of the Media Research Foundation as a co-organizer of the Metaforum conferences in Budapest.
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: Arkansas. New York. Geneva. Cuernavaca. Berlin 2005

Antonia Carver is a Dubai-based writer and editor working with contemporary artists and filmmakers. Carver is editor-at-large of the arts quarterly Bidoun and writes for a wide range of publications. She’s on the programming teams of various international film festivals
Kiosk / Space Control 11, Nation Builders, Abu Dhabi/Dubai/Venice 2009

Isolede Charim, (b. 1959) is a philosopher, co-founder of "Demokratische Offensive Österreich", university lecturer and publicist (Standard, TAZ, Falter). Publication: Der Althusser-Effekt. Entwurf einer Ideologietheorie, Vienna: Passagen Verlag 2002. In 2006, she received the award of the city of Vienna for science and culture.

Madjiguène Cissé, Author, former spokeswoman of the Sans Papiers movement Paris
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: The seizing of autonomy the Sans Papiers movement.

Georg Classen, member of the Flüchtlingsrat (Refugee Council), Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: The spokesman of the Roma protest caravan discusses with a Gadsche.

Bojana Cvejic born 1975 in Belgrade, is a musicologist, theoretician and performance maker. She has contributed in many publications in performance studies in Europe. Last publication: Open Work in Music: "Cage, Stockhausen, Boulez".
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: Montpellier, Berlin 2004


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Jeanine Elif Dagyeli, born in 1969, daughter of a German teacher and a Turkish journalist, translator and publisher. She was born in Munich into a left-secular home, but she grew up in a small town near Nuremberg, where she could only answer the constant questions about Turkey and Islam with a lot of imagination. Later she studied Islamic Studies, so she could finally answer these (and her own) questions. A few years ago, Jeanine Dagyeli took over her father's publishing house, additionally she works at the Oriental Studies Center in Halle/Saale.
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: Munich. Frankfurt. Istanbul. Cologne 2005

Julius Deutschbauer, artist, archivist, Vienna
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Phelim McDermott is one of the creators of Shockheaded Peter and of Lifegame, in which the memories of an audience-member were improvised in a live performance.
Information Retrieval- Dialogues on Archiving, London 2001

Madeleine Dewald, Film director, Hamburg
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Michael Diers, art historian, professor at the HfBK in Hamburg, as well as visiting professor at Humboldt University in Berlin. The installations of Tulip House are concerned with the construction of public spaces in which narrative formats of conveying and dealing with knowledge are probed.
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: A-K, Part1, Berlin 2005
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: L-Z, Part2, Berlin 2005

Fiona Doherty Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, New.
www.lchr.org
SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Jimmie Durham was born a Cherokee in the USA in 1940. Already known in the sixties as an artist and author, Durham finished his studies at the École des Beaux-Arts in Geneva in 1972 and dedicated himself entirely to political work in the American Indian Movement. He was co-founder and chairman of the International Indian Treaty Committee at the United Nations, where his activities led, among other things, to the drafting of the International Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. During the eighties, he increasingly committed himself again to art and writing. In 1998 Jimmie Durham came to Berlin on a DAAD grant, where he still lives while his work is exhibited internationally. Recently, Durham curated the exhibition, "The American West" in Compton Verney, Warwickshire, Great Britain.
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: Arkansas. New York. Geneva. Cuernavaca. Berlin 2005


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Thomas Ebermann, politician, author, left the green party in 1989, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Dr. Frank Eckart, publisher, researchers art of the 80ies, media art and design. Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Dr. Carolin Emcke is author, political theorist and journalist. From 1998 to 2006 she was editor at „Spiegel“ and the foreign editor in a number of crisis areas. Since 2007 she is the international reporter for „ZEITmagazin“. For her book „On the Wars“ (2005) she received the „The Political Book“ prize awarded by the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation and the promotional Ernst Bloch prize. In May 2008 her book „Silent Violence – Reflecting on the RAF“ will appear at S. Fischer.
Space Control 10: Who will have been to blame

Lutz Engelke, medai philosopher, director of Triad, Berlin
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000
Blackmarket of Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge, Berlin 2005

Dr. Wolfgang Ernst, Prof. for media Theory, Humbold University, Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Aytac Eryilmaz, born in 1952 in Zonguldak in Turkey, w. Works as printer and publisher in a leftist political press in Ankara and Istanbul. He lLived through the military coups of 1971 and 1980 and served several months in prison each time. Eryilmaz Hhad to leave Turkey for political reasons after his press was forbidden to publish and came to Germany in 1985. He wWorked in an honorary capacity for Türkei-Data, a forum for Turkish intellectuals in Germany and for DOMiT- Documentation Center, where he has been a member of the executive board since 1990. Eryilmaz is Co-initiator of the Migration Museum in Germany (, 2003) and. Project director of the exhibition: "Fremde Heimat. Eine Geschichte der Einwanderung aus der Türkei" in 1998 at the Ruhrland Museum in Essen; "40 Jahre Fremde Heimat. Einwanderung aus der Türkei nach Köln" at the Historical City Hall in Cologne, 2001. He is a member of the curatorial team of the Project Migration.
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours:
Zonguldak. Ankara. Istanbul. Essen. Cologne.
Cologne 2005


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Harun Farocki, film director, Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Black Market of Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge, Berlin 2005

Dr. Michael Fehr, director of the Karl Ernst Osthaus-Museum, Hagen, publisher of "Museum der Museen".
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Peter Fitz, actor, Berlin
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Monika Fleischmann, media artist, Bonn.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Micz Flor, founded networks of media-centres in Eastern Europe and Asia, developed open source software and online magazines, Berlin
KIOSK/ Space Control 4, SubstituteCity, Munich 2004

Bruno Flierl, born in 1927. He studied at the College of Visual Arts in West Berlin and went to East Berlin in 1951 to work at the German Bauakademie in the Institute of Architecture and Town Planning. Flierl formulated a theory of architecture that examined "not only the social dimension of the spatial, but also the spatial dimension of the social".
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: Berlin 2004
Scout in the Mobile Academy 1004
Black Market of Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge, Berlin 2005


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Stephan Geene, Curator, Publicist, Filmmaker, Co-founder of the b_books publishing house and bookstore, member of the collective film ping pong d'amour, Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Media images of the refugee.- News coverage from crisis regions
Blackmarket of Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge, Berlin 2005

Hans Geißlinger, Soziologist and Story Dealer, Berlin
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Mishaal Al Gergawi is Projects and Events Manager at the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority. A former investment banker, Al Gergawi regularly contributes to the new UAE daily The National.
Kiosk / Space Control 11, Nation Builders, Abu Dhabi/Dubai/Venice 2009

Jochen Gerz, artist, Paris
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Amos Gitai Haifa. Filmmaker, has made over 30 feautre films, documentaries and fictional films which deal mainly with the history of the Middle East and Israel, as well as his own personal history, and the related issues of homeland, exile, religion, social control and utopia.
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Claas Glenewinkel
KIOSK/ Substitute Radio, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Avery F. Gordon is an author of the highly acclaimed book Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination and Keeping Good Times: Reflections on Knowledge, Power and People, a collection of essays on political activism and the radical tradition in the USA today. She is Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and moderator of the weekly radio program No Alibi. She is currently writing about arrest, war and utopia. Avery Gordon lives in Paris and Santa Barbara, USA.
KIOSK/ Space Control 8, Berlin 2005

Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht studied German and Romance language and literature studies, sociology and philosophy. At the age of 26, he became a professor in Bochum. Since 1989 he has been lecturing Comparative Literature Studies at Stanford University and has become a fervently confessing American.
American Narratives, Berlin 2006


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Jeff Halper Minnesota. Professor of Antropology at Ben Gurion University and the Coordinator of the Israeli Committee of the Against House Demolitions (ICAHD).
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Hannes Heer, Historian, film director, ex-director of the "Vernichtungskrieg, Verbrechen der Wehrmacht 1941 bis 1944", Hamburg
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Hubert Heinhold, Lawyer, Munich
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002

Thomas Heise, Filmmaker, Author, Director
Films include.: Wozu denn über diese Leute einen Film (1980), Das Haus - 1984 (1984/UA 2001), Imbiss-spezial (1989), Eisenzeit (1990), Stau- jetzt geht`s los (1992), Barluschke (1997), Neustadt (2000), Meine Kneipe (1999), Vaterland (2002), Der Ausländer (1987/2004).
KIOSK, A Life in four Hours: Berlin 2004

Nele Hertling, born 1934 in Berlin, raised in Mecklenburg, degree in philosophy, german and theatre science at Humboldt University Berlin. Since 1962, she was working for 25 years as a 'secretary' at the department music and visual arts at Akademie der Künste. From 1988 on, she was head of the Werkstatt Berlin, and artistic director of the Hebbel theatre for 15 years (and initiator as well of the Festival Tanz im August). Since 2003, she is director of the artist-programm at the DAAD.
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: Rostock/Berlin 2004

Rudolf Herz, artist, Munich.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Prof. Dr. Detlef Hoffmann, art historian, does work on monuments located on former concertration camps as well as museum theory and praxis. Lives in Munich.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Werner Hofmann, art historian, Hamburg. Current interests are the 'suppressed' and 'forgotten' art movements of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Reinhild Hoffmann Graduated in Dance at Folkwang University under Kurt Jooss, own choreographies since 1974. Together with Susanne Linke she was head of the Folkwang Dance Studio, from 1978 to 1986 head of the Bremer Tanztheater, until 1981 together with Gerhard Bohner. From 1986 to 1995, the Tanztheater Reinhild Hoffmann was located at the Schauspielhaus Bochum
KIOSK, a Life in Four Hours: Rostock/Berlin 2004

Tom Holert cultural theoretician and journalist 1992-1995 Texte zur Kunst, 1996-1999 Spex, Köln
SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Karin Hopfmann, Qualified Philosopher, Refugee-Political Spokeswoman of the Parliamentary Party PDS, Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Case examples from legal and political work

Sabine Horlitz, , Editor of AnArchitektur, Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Case examples from legal and political work

Dr. Eva Horn, private lecturer in West European Literature at the Fakultät für Kulturwissenschaft, Europa-Universität Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder. Numerous publications on the epistemology of the secret service, war in the 20th century and on the issue of the political secret.
KIOSK, A life in Four Hours: Timisoara, Budapest, Berlin, 2004

Robert Hunger-Bühler, actor.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000


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Stephan Iglhaut, curator, Hannover
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000


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Rachel Jacobsohn, student , Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Dr. Wolf Jahn,art historian, author and publisher,
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Olaf Jensen, engine fitter, social scientist, researcher into memory and handed-down knowledge in Hanover.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Natalie Jeremijenko, Design engineer, High-tech artist, New York. www.cat.nyu.edu
KIOSK/ Space Control 2, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Dr. Rainer Jogschies, political scientist and publicist. Examines the fleetingness of (media) perception in reports, essays and films, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000


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Rashed Omar Al Kharji has over 20 years experience in the regional media and is currently a television broadcaster for Sama Dubai TV, helming his own program focusing on national culture, history and future.
Kiosk / Space Control 11, Nation Builders, Abu Dhabi/Dubai/Venice 2009

Thomax Kaulmann, artist, net activist, Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Alexandre Kedar Law Professor at the University of Haifa.
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Christoph Keller, artist, Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000
Black Market of Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge, Berlin 2005

Regine Kiepert trained as geographer, working as a book seller and ownes the "Landkartenanstalt Schropp" in Potsdamerstrasse 129. www.kiepert.de
KIOSK/ Space Control 2, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Enkutatash Kifle, Juvenile Refugee, Addis Abeba
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Juvenile Refugees

Dr. Anna Klingmann is founder of KLINGMANN Architects, whose BRANDISM®—an approach to merging architecture and branding— anticipated current global trends. Latest publication: Brandscapes: Architecture in the Experience Economy (MIT Press 2007)
Kiosk / Space Control 11, Nation Builders, Abu Dhabi/Dubai/Venice 2009

Alexe Klosseck, Journalist, media network indymedia, Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Juvenile refugees

Torsten Koch, member of the research group "Handing Down Historical Consciousness" Psychological Institute at the University of Hanover.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Peter Kottmeier, Theologist, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Rosalia Kozakiewicz, Retiree, Luban.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Merle Kröger, Film director, Berlin
KIOSK, Perimetric Dictionary, SubstituteCity Berlin 2003

Dr. Jürgen Kuttner, cultural theorist, Moderator at "Fritz" - Radio, Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Dr. Dietrich Kuhlbrodt, non-practicing public prosecutor, film and theater actor, commander of the Friedenskreuz of the former resistance fighters in Europe.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000


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Brigitte Landes, , Literary manager, director, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Michael Landy. In his public art installation, Break Down, (C&A, Oxford Street, Artangel
commission), Landy spent two weeks shredding the entirety of his personal possessions - 7,006 items in total - leaving nothing but a written inventory of his life.
Information Retrieval- Dialogues on Archiving, London 2001

Percy MacLean, Judge at the Administrative Court Expert for human rights, honorary president of the organization for holistic medicine Der Weg der Mitte. Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Banalizing horror
KIOSK/ Space Control 2, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003
Black Market of Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge, Berlin 2005

Dr. Annette Leo, historian, author, Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Via Lewandowsky,artist. Works in different medias like painting, grafic design, fotography, film and performance art, Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Geert Lovink Founder of the Australian network for new media research and culture and mailinglists like nettime and fibreculture
KIOSK/ Space Control 4, SubstituteCity, Munich 2004


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Sandro Mezzadra Professor for History of Political Thinking and founder of the "Tavolo migranti" of the Italian Social Forum
KIOSK/ Space Control 4, SubstituteCity, Munich 2004

Jens Michelsen, accompanies and interviews Jewish (former) residents of Hamburg during their re-encounters with childhood, youth and persecution.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Steve Miles, Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Plymouth University and author of 'Consumerism as a Way of Life', studies the meanings with which consumers endow the everyday objects of their consumption.
Information Retrieval- Dialogues on Archiving, London 2001

Patty Miranda, cleaning worker, member of "Legalisierungskampagne", political activist for cleaning ladies, the organization is called "Respect" for so called "undocumented migrants".
KIOSK/ Space Control 2, SubstitueCity, Berlin 2003

Fred Moten was born in Las Vegas and lives now in Los Angeles with his wife, Laura Harris, and their son Lorenzo. He teaches in the Program in American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Southern California and is the author of In the Break: The Aesthetics of the Black Radical Tradition (University of Minnesota Press, 2003) and of two books of poetry, Arkansas (Pressed Wafer Press, 2000) and, with Jim Behrle, Poems (Pressed Wafer Press, 2002). He is currently completing a manuscript on philosophical, aesthetic and political fugitivity in black culture, also to be published by the University of Minnesota Press.
KIOSK/ Space Control 8, Berlin 2005

Dr. Barbara Müller-Wesemann, theatre scientist, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000


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Tobias Nagl, writes on film and music for "Spex" and "Jungle World"
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Hans Naumann, psychoanalysist, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Author Lawrence Norfolk's acclaimed novels, including Lemprière's Dictionary, create
meticulously researched historical worlds in which an encyclopaedic knowledge and classical mythology merge with contemporary theory to compose a fictionalized archive of the past.
Information Retrieval- Dialogues on Archiving, London 2001

Christopher Nsoh
student, activist Brandenburger Flüchtlingsinitiative (Brandenburg Refugee Initiative), Berlin.
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Self-organization of refugees

Dr. Zaki Anwar Nusseibeh is adviser to the Ministry of Presidential Affairs and interpreter to President HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Chairman of the UAE Pavilion Executive Committee, and Deputy Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage, he was formerly the personal interpreter and advisor to the founder of the UAE, HH the late Sheikh Zayed
Kiosk / Space Control 11, Nation Builders, Abu Dhabi/Dubai/Venice 2009

Lana Nusseibeh is Director of Research and Communications, Ministry of State for Federal National Affairs. Her areas of policy work include parliamentary affairs, human trafficking, human rights issues and labor market reform
Kiosk / Space Control 11, Nation Builders, Abu Dhabi/Dubai/Venice 2009


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Haralampi G.Oroschakoff, artist and theoretician, Berlin
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Hans Ulrich Obrist, internationally active curator and critic based at the am Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Professor at the University of Venice, special correspondent for the magazine "domus" and chief editor of "point d'ironie," published by agnès b. He recently co-curated the exhibition, "Uncertain States of America" at the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art in Oslo.
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: A-K, Part 1, Berlin 2005
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: L-Z, Part 2, Berlin 2005


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Drazen Pantic Co-Founder of Radio B92 and the first internet provider in Serbia and recently the Open Source Streaming Alliance for open source streaming
KIOSK/ Space Control 4, SubstituteCity, Munich 2004

Dr. Wolfgang Pauser, essayist and product analyst, cultural theorist. Works on the narratives of the world of products, Vienna.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Dr. Alexander von Plato, historian, director of the Institute for History and Biography,
Lüdenscheidt. Researches the hiat of personal life stories and wider politics with tireless curiosity.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Ayse Polat was born in 1970 in Malatya/Turkey, she is of Kurdish heritage. In1978 she followed her family to Hamburg. Studies in German, Philosophy and Cultural Studies. Has been filming since she was 15, describes herself as a cinematic author and never attended a film school. She has filmed several prize-winning short films on Super 8 and video, parables of freedom that thematize the life of immigrants in Germany including "Fremdennacht" (1992), which concerns the suicide of the Turkish asylum seeker Kemal Altun. Her feature film debut, the road movie "Auslandstournee", tells of the odyssey of a Turkish drag artist and a little girl through Europe and into Turkey. "En Garde" was awarded with the Silver Leopard in Locarno in 2004.
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours:
Istanbul, Berlin, New York, Los Angeles. Köln 2005

Ulrike Poppe, was active in several opposition groups in the GDR, today conducts political education at the Evangelical Academy in Berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Milan Prodanovic Architect, Professor for?Urbanism at the University of Novi Sad/Belgrade
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Norbert Pütter political scientist at the FU-Institute CLILIP, they research the relationship, the balance between police and civil rights. Publisher of "Polizei und Bürgerrechte".
KIOSK/ Space Control 2, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003


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Sultan Sooud Al-Qassemi is a Sharjah-based businessman, founder of Barjeel Securities Dubai, chairman of the UAE Chapter of Young Arab Leaders, columnist and blogger. His encyclopedic collection of Arab art has never been exhibited
Kiosk / Space Control 11, Nation Builders, Abu Dhabi/Dubai/Venice 2009


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Tilman Raabke, studied philosophy, literary manager, giraffe researcher, berlin.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Alan Read, Professor of Theatre Studies at Roehampton is the author of Theatre and Everyday Life, a study of the relationship between theatre and the undocumented experience of the quotidian.
Information Retrieval- Dialogues on Archiving, London 2001

Kate Rich, Video Engineer at the Bureau of Inverse Technology (BIT). www.bureauit.org
KIOSK/ Space Control 2, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Angela Richter, director, member of the artist collective Isotrop, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Daniel Richter, artist, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Jan Ritsema, is a theatre maker living and working in Brussels. Over the last twenty years Ritsema has developed a specific model of thinking and producing theatre where self-reflexive engagement and responsibility are central issues. Jan Ritsema is teaching theatre at P.A.R.T.S. and has also been engaged in formulating new dramaturgical concepts in choreography.
KIOSK, a Life in Four Hours: Amsterdam/ Brüssel 2004

Sharon Rotbard, Tel Aviv., Architectural theorist and lecturer, editor of the series of books "Architectures" by Babel Publishers.s
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Viola Roggenkamp, Journalist, author, writes for "Die Zeit", "taz", "Allgemeine Jüdische
Wochenzeitung", "emma", Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Xavier Le Roy,born in Juvisy sur Orge in 1963, studied biochemistry at the Université Montpellier, in 1990 PhD in molecular and cellular biology. Since 1992 he has been living and working as choreographer in Berlin. In 1999 premiere of "Product of Circumstances" in which he picks out his biography as central theme.
www.insituproductions.net
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: Montpellier/Berlin 2004


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Natascha Sadr Haghigian, Unemployed, Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Self-organization of refugees

Eran Schaerf, Artist, Berlin
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Christoph Schlingensief, Theatre and Film Director, Berlin
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Florian Schneider, Media Activist, filmmaker, Cofounder of Kein Mensch ist illegal (No human is illegal), Munich
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Migration research and no-border camps

Rebecca Schneider is assistant professor in performance studies at the Department of Theatre, Speech and Dance, Brown University. She was ass. professor at the Department for Performance Studies at Cornell University.
Information Retrieval- Dialogues on Archiving, London 2001
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: Amsterdam/ Brüssel 2004

Dr. Marianne Schuller, Prof. for Literature, with interest in psychoanalysis and theatre, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Jeanette Schulz, artist and neuro-scientist. Draws comics among other things as medical illustration, Vienna.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Edith Schütrumpf, retiree, Hohen-Neuendorf
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Tobias Schwarz student of Social Anthropology, member of "Initiative gegen Abschiebehaft", a group of political activists for human rights, against the reality of deportion-prisons in Berlin. www.abschiebehaft.de
KIOSK/ Space Control 2, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Mentor Selmani, Juvenile Refugee, Prisztina
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Juvenile refugees

Hilal Sezgin, born in Frankfurt in 1970, daughter of a German mother and a Turkish father, both of whom are Muslims and both academics. Hilal Sezgin is a philosopher, vegetarian, Muslim, book freak and cat lover. Since 1999 she has worked for the feuilleton department of the Frankfurter Rundschau, she has published a detective novel, her last book "Kleines ABC der Freiheiten" tells in short stories and side comments about the Bermuda triangle of unhappy love, women and life in the big city. She received an award from the German Association of Journalists in 2005 for her story about a young German-Turkish medical assistant. She is currently working on her book, "Typisch Türkin? Porträt einer neuen Generation" (Herder Verlag, Spring 2006).
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: Munich. Frankfurt. Istanbul. Köln 2005

Dorothy Sheridan, Director of the Mass-Observation Archive, University of Sussex. The Mass-Observation project was founded in 1937 with the aim of creating an anthropology of ourselves by documenting the everyday life of the British people.
Information Retrieval- Dialogues on Archiving, London 2001

Amie Siegel, author, film director and installation artist. New York.
KIOSK/ Space Control 2, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Sigrid Sigurdsson, artist, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Iain Sinclair, novelist and poet, wanders through London, a pedestrian archivist of the city, gathering the minutiae of its stories, characters and locales.
Information Retrieval- Dialogues on Archiving, London 2001

Sonia Simmenauer, Impresaria, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Eyal Sivan, Film Director, Haifa/Paris
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Filmic approach to refugee identities and borders in the Middle East.

Joshua Sofaer is a live artist who has experimented with archaeological and archival practices in 'digging up' and displaying the forgotten pasts of our childhood..
Information Retrieval- Dialogues on Archiving, London 2001


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Lee Tabler is CEO of the Tourism Development Investment Company (TDIC) and oversees major developments in Abu Dhabi, including Saadiyat Island. He has over 27 years international real estate development experience
Kiosk / Space Control 11, Nation Builders, Abu Dhabi/Dubai/Venice 2009

Stefan Thimmel, Architect, Journalist, Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Case examples from legal and political work

Roemer van Toorn, Program Director of the Berlage Institute, Rotterdam.
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Dr. Monika Treut, film director, Hamburg
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Galerdene Tsegmeg, Juvenile Refugee, Mongolia
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables,
Talk: Juvenile refugees

 

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Andrei Ujica, born in 1951 in Timisoara (Romania), has lived and worked in Germany since 1981. Popstar, author, and filmmaker, he teaches literature, film and media theory. Currently he is professor at HfG, Karlsruhe and the director of the ZKM Film Institute.
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours, Timisoara. Bukarest. Heidelberg. Berlin. 2004


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Armen Vartanian has been involved in venture capital and entrepreneurship his entire career. He is Director at EcoVentures Dubai, an emissions reduction and carbon finance firm
Kiosk / Space Control 11, Nation Builders, Abu Dhabi/Dubai/Venice 2009

Prof. Dr. phil. Joseph Vogl, has been Professor for New German Literature at the HU Berlin since April 2006 and has translated a number of key works of the newer generation of French philosophers (Gilles Deleuze, J.-F. Lyotard, C. Lévi-Strauss et al.).
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Political topographies

American Narratives, Berlin 2006

Prof. Dr.phil. Christina von Braun is a cultural theorist, author and filmmaker. Since 2006 head of the Cultural Studies Seminar of the Humboldt University in Berlin. She is co-founder and was head of the Gender Studies programme at the Humboldt University in Berlin from 1996 to 2002. Her research interests include gender, media, religion, modernity, history of Anti-Semitism. Author and co-editor of many books and essays on the reciprocal influences in intellectual history and the gender roles. Her last publications include „Stille Post – Eine andere Familiengeschichte“ (2007) and „Myths of Blood“ (2007, together with Christoph Wulf), „Veiled Reality. The Woman, Islam and the West“, co-edited with Bettina Mathes, was awarded „Best Scholarly Book of the Year 2008“ in the category of social and cultural studies.
Space Control 10: Who will have been to blame

Traudl Vorbrodt, Educator and Social Worker at WeGe ins Leben e.V., Staff member of Pax Christi and member of the Härtfefallkommission (Commission for Cases of Particular Hardship), Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Stay of juvenile refugees for humanitarian reasons - education instead of deportation


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Prof. Dr. Monika Wagner, art historian, Hamburg
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Harry Walter, author, artist, Stuttgart.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Lilo Wanders, TV Moderator. "Öffnet die Herzen, herzt die Öffnungen".
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Dr. Martin Warnke, art historian, Works on the social functions of the fine arts and directs the research group "Political Iconography" at the Warburg House, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Erika Weinzierl, Univ.-Professor Emeritus Erika Weinzierl, born 1925 in Vienna, Historian, Director of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for History and Society and doyenne of Austrian social history.

Eyal Weizman, architect, worked with Zvi Hecker in Berlin fort he Palestiaian Town Planning Authority. Teaches at Ballett School of Architecture in London, at the University of applied arts in Vienna and at the Technion in Haifa.
KIOSK/ Space Control 1, SubstituteCity, Berlin 2003

Dr. Harald Welzer, social psychologist. director of the research group "Handing Down Historical Consciousness" at the Psychological Institute of the University of Hanover.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Dorothee Wenner, Filmmaker, Journalist, Author, member of the selection committee for the International Forum of New Cinema at the Berlin Film Festival. Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Filmic approach to refugee identities and borders in the Middle East
Black Market of Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge, Berlin 2005

Helmut Wolff, maybe born in 1936, Architect, Hamburg.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000

Armin Wünsche, Cameraman in crisis regions, Berlin
The Refugee. Services rendered to Undesirables, Berlin 2002
Talk: Media images of the refugee. News coverage from crisis regions


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Meral Yetimoglu, married name Renz, was born in 1962 in Zonguldak in Turkey. She was already active in the student movement in Turkey, came to Germany to begin her studies for political reasons and was politically involved in the MSB Spartakus and the DKP. She is a certified social worker with further education in Gestalt therapy and sexual therapy and has worked since 1982 in the Lore-Agnes-Haus, Center for Sexual Consultation of Workers' Welfare, Essen. Co-author of the language textbook: "Türkisch am Krankenbett".
KIOSK, A Life in Four Hours: Zonguldak. Ankara. Istanbul. Essen. Cologne.
Cologne 2005

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Wolfgang Zinggl, artist "WochenKlausur", Vienna.
Department for Temporary Memory, Hamburg 2000