Dr. Sergei Prozorov of the University of Helsinki visited Lymy to give an introduction and Q&A on the political significance of the work of Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben.
//Postmigration literature as a reflection on in-betweenness, authenticity and representation. A discussion with Maï Soreau and Koko Hubara//
What is at sight in the Southern Europe five years after the uprisings of 2011? How do the problems of Northern Europe look like from that perspective? How about the ones Europe experiences as a whole? What can be learned about what has happened and the mistakes made?
Hur kan vi genom att läsa de finlandssvenska modernisterna hitta nya verktyg, angreppssätt och förståelse av vår samtid? Hur beskrivs produktionsprocesserna i Henry Parlands dikter, hur framstår materialiteten i Gunnar Björlings poesi och kan en komma åt dikternas autonomi genom en kontrafaktisk läsning av Edith Södergran?
Under what forms can workers organise in times of precarisation and crisis?
On the 14th of April, Lymy will host an open discussion on the topic of current workers’ struggles. The discussion will be started with introductory notes from our guests from the Italian union ADL Cobas in Emilia Romagna, Stéfano Re.
How can we build the common in our cities, accumulate skills and abilities to fight for a city worth living in? What does a life in common look like, here and now?
On the 13th of April Lymy will host an open discussion on urban struggles and building the common in our space on Hämeentie 30 in Helsinki. Two members from the collective Làbas from Bologna in Northern Italy will be presenting their political processes and forms of shared life.