Lecture: Anne Karpf on Smadar Dreyfus

Bellowed Endearments and Echoes of Resistance: How the Voice Bonds and Unbinds in Smadar Dreyfus’ Mother’s Day

In connection with Smadar Dreyfus’ exhibition at Magasin 3, Anne Karpf talks about the role of the voice in Dreyfus’ work Mother’s Day (2006–2008).

Anne Karpf is a writer and sociologist. Her books include family biography The War After Living: Living with the Holocaust (Faber Finds) and The Human Voice: The Story of a Remarkable Talent (Bloomsbury). She writes about society and culture for The Guardian, contributes regularly to the BBC’s broadcasts, and is co-editor of A Time to Speak Out: Israel, Zionism and Jewish Identity (Verso). She teaches at London Metropolitan University.

Participant: Anne Karpf, writer and sociologist
Language: English
Date: October 27, 2009
Duration: 47 mins
Location: Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall
Exhibition: Smadar Dreyfus