Ramesch Daha's "Unlimited History" on view at KINDL Berlin
In February 2020 Index opened the exhibition I am healthy, I cannot write this letter myself with Ramesch Daha. The exhibition presented Unlimited History – Sigmund Klein, an immense project based on subjective and family approaches to history. In this case, the history of concentration camps and the remaining genealogical trauma.
Right now –during times of coronavirus– this work by Ramesch Daha is presented as part of the exhibition The Invented History at KINDL Centre for Contemporary Art in Berlin, (13 September 2020 – 21 February 2021).
As 2020 draws to a close, this conversation between Ramesch Daha, Kathrin Becker – Artistic director at KINDL – and Marti Manen considers archives and documents, humans and art, emotions and politics, sensitive material and artistic positions, memory and places, exhibitions and publications.
This podcast with Ramesch Daha and Kathrin Becker is made with generous support by Goethe-Institut in Sweden.
Image: The Invented History, Exhibition view KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art, Berlin; Photo: Jens Ziehe