The internationally acclaimed German visual artist and lecturer on artistic media practice at the University of Arts Berlin, Hito Steyerl, teams up with Rabih Mroué for the spirited lecture performance Probable Title: Zero Probability. Although the enigmatic title you’re up for an evening which balances wit and earnestness. After previous presentations at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin and the Tate Modern in London they come together again at Belluard Festival to develop a narrative about probability in art, mathematics, physics, and death. Steyerl finds herself entangled within quantum superpositions, while Mroué go to his father asking him for private lessons in mathematics. Be open and enter that fictional space of ‹zero probability› where everything is possible, but nothing can be explained.
By & with: Rabih Mroué & Hito Steyerl; production: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.
Presentation at Belluard Festival with the support of: Fonds culturel Sud.