What determines our place in history? If it is the past, there we also find the material support with which we reconstitute our historical place. Our relation to history remains retrospective, but also anticipatory. Events begin with a break from history. But they soon are recaptured by it and fetishized as historical triumphs or failures. Still something remains of past events that, although conditioned by history, is irreducible to it: a surplus that finds way to our time, something out of time that forces us to actively anticipate a renewing in past events.
|Auteur(s)||Nasrin Tabatabai Babak Afrassiabi|
|Bindwijze||Paperback / softback|
|Datum van verschijning||20110604|