Art Dinner Frankendael 20 July

Foundation Frankendael presents:


Salons op Huize Frankendael

July 20th, 7:30- 23:00 p.m.

In Mille Plateaus, Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari distinguish between two kinds of spaces: smooth space and striated space. This distinction coincides with the distinctions they draw between the nomadic and the sedentary, between the space of the war machine and the space of the state appparatus. While Deleuze and Guattari consider these two spaces to differ fundamentally in nature, they also believe that the two spaces in fact exist only in mixture.

During this informal Art Dinner at Frankendael we will reflect on the daily reality of the city in conflict zones and present new ways of solving problems in Jerusalem.

Malkit Shoshan

Malkit will talk about One Land Two Systems Project and the Atlas of the conflict Israel Palestine.

Malkit Shoshan (1976) is an Israeli architect whose organization, Foundation for Achieving a Seamless Territory (FAST), exposes and counters situations of human rights violations and segregation caused by the use of architecture and planning instruments. She works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She initiated many projects in Israel and Palestine like One Land Two Systems and Reconstruction of Memory that were exhibited and published widely. She is the author of the Atlas of the Conflict. Her current projects are in Tblisi, Georgia, the Netherlands, and the Balkan. Website:

Tom Tlalim

Tom will speak about his search for the intimate origins of political conflict, with examples from Concerning Time We Remain Divided and Walking Through Walls / The New Model City.

Tom Tlalim (1975) is an artist, composer who uses conceptual research as a point of departure for sound art, performance, installation, text and music. His work has been presented in art manifestations such as Transmediale, DEAF, the Venice Biennial for Architecture, the Upgrade!, Virtual Museum Zuidas, Amsterdam and 90 Years Bauhaus jubilee in Weimar. In September 2010 he starts a PhD at Goldsmiths, University of London.



Price: 49 euro’s including dinner, drinks and talks.


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