TONIGHT! Traces of Resistance – Flaneuring and Literary Perception with Fabian Saul

Join us on TONIGHT at 7:00 p.m. for Traces of Resistance – Flaneuring and Literary Perception.

Workshops and Public Presentation with the editor-in-chief of Flaneur Magazine, Fabian Saul.

Different stories of political, aesthetically and spatial resistance trigger a journey into the technique of Flaneuring. At the edge of facts and fiction, these stories reveal connections and distortions in the cityscape. The Flaneur connects the experiences of the metropolis.

This public presentation is offered in collaboration with the Department of Art History of Concordia University. It is the closing event as part of a series of writing workshops.

On September 9, the workshop will be followed by a public talk at Librairie Drawn & Quarterly where participants will have the opportunity to present their own work.

The workshop and the talk will be held in English.

 Fabian Saul is a 29-year-old writer and composer from Berlin. He is co-editor-in-chief of Flaneur Magazine, a magazine that depicts one street per issue. Though he is based in Berlin, his often interdisciplinary collaborative work takes him to many places. The 2014 summer issue of Flaneur Magazine was set on Rue Bernard in Montreal’s Mile End and Outremont. Fabian Saul is currently working on his debut novel in Montreal.

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