Read here about LIEBEration 175, a queer Holocaust history performance art and photography project. Each day, we present the next (at random) of LIEBEration 175 images.
In honor of World Book Day today, we present one of the most vital LIEBEactions… Reading is a dangerous tool of (self)empowerment. At Sachsenhausen I was reading a book by Gennady Semenikhin about history of my hometown Novocherkassk.
# 65 Read a Book … with Fabian
Nowhere near exhaustive list of books that have shaped and reshaped us, first few that came to mind:
1. Невероятные приключения школьника Бобки, который изобрёл летающий стул. Сергей Макаров.
2. The Bone People by Keri Hulme
3. The Master & Magrarita by Mikhail Bulgakov
4. Johnny Got His Gun by Dalton Trumbo
5. Le Testement Francais by Andrei Makine
6. Night Flight by Antoine de Saint-Exupery
7. The Wind-up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami
8. Священная книга оборотня. Виктор Пелевин
9. The Electric Michelangelo by Sarah Hall
10. From Where We Stand: Recovering a Sense of Place by Deborah Tall
1. Herman Melville, Moby Dick read in Vilnius in October 2007
2. Team Colors Collective, Uses of a Whirlwind: Movement, Movements, and Contemporary Radical Currents in the United States read in Bologna in July 2010
3. Itziar Ziga, Devenir perra read in bed in March 2013
4. Eugenio Montale, Mottetti read in Budapest in November 2007
5. Giacomo Loepardi, Operette morali read in Paris in early 2000
6. Raymond Queneau, Le vol d’Icare read in Palazzo Lupari in 2001
7. Galileo Galilei, Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo read in Avesella in 2002
8. Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway read in Castiglione at the beginning of summer 1993/1995
9. Raewyn Connell, Southern Theory: The global dynamics of knowledge in social science read in La Santa, Lanzarote in January 2011
10. I Ching in the backpack since Thanksgiving 2008