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Short film program about the Y-block and the vulnerability of architecture

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ARCHITECTURE: Two films about the Y-block have, under the cover of the ongoing demolition, become both documentation of ideological fluctuations and mourning hymns over a lost time.

The parliament voted against postponing the demolition of the Y-block

Y-BLOCK: "The seminar must end", said Nicolai Astrup (H) in the Storting today, referring to the fact that the Y-block must now be fully discussed. MODERN TIMES follows the fate of the Y-block.

The pain, the uncertainty and the forgetfulness

Y-BLOCK: The perspective on the symbolic value of the Y-block has changed in the time since the demolition decision, without it having dawned on key politicians.

To tell something important about others

Fred Baldwin: Dear Mr. Picasso. An illustrated love affair with freedom

PHOTOGRAPHY:: The world-famous photographer Fred Baldwin has published his memoirs at the age of 90. Is this a strange insight into a human being who, through everything and everyone he meets, first and foremost sees himself?

The Y-block: The tragedy of the nation

ARCHITECTURE: Do not let our elected representatives complete what the terrorist bomb failed to do.

Sewing together a fragmented reality

David Shields: Nobody hates Trump more than Trump: An Intervention

COLLAGE: In 'Nobody hates Trump more than Trump' it is claimed that he hates himself, but the claim is unfounded.

To think another world

TJ Clark: Heaven on Earth: Painting and the Life to Come

: In his book, he takes a stand against both the contextualizing art history and the political left.

Should we burn de Sade?

: The debate over sexual abuse and culture in a predominantly male world is virus-like. Artists in particular are affected by the epidemic.