How do you suffer?
The Belfast Lecture on Compassion
Text by Nicodemus. Photography by Jordan Hutchings
The Belfast Lecture on Compassion, co-convened by Chérie Driver and Frank Liddy, was delivered outside City Hall on 15 October 2022.
The Belfast Lecture
Our Belfast Lecture Workshop was held on 1 October 2022. The outcome of this workshop has determined that the key concern we will focus on during our Belfast Lecture is 'compassion'. This performative silent event will be a charged concentration and contemplation on the matters that converge in our place and situation now. All are welcome.
Our Belfast Lecture will take place on Saturday, the 15th of October. The associated consultative workshop will be held two weeks prior on the 1st of October. Both will be convened by Cherie Driver and Frank Liddy.
Reflections on the Berlin Lecture by Nicodemus. Photography by Mutaz Salloum.
Some ideas or concepts enter this world fully formed. Others elude or even resist definition, develop slowly over time, never quite reach a singular, definitive form and only ever exist in the here and now: as chance, as an opportunity.
And Thus Our Journey Begins
No to Hate – The Berlin Lecture on Silence, Sunday, 19. June, at 15:00 hours at the Holocaust Memorial, Berlin-Mitte.
The Berlin Lecture
[German version below] To launch the series, we will give our first ever a Silent Lecture at the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin-Mitte on 19 June 2022, at 3:00 p.m. CET. The topic of the Berlin Lecture will be ‘silence’.
We Have Done It!
Thanks to everyone who has backed our campaign and petition in support of Ukraine and Ukrainians thus far. It’s been really heart-warming to see people coming together across national borders, time zones and languages. Participants didn’t just come from different places, but also different walks of life, generations and social groups. This resonance is beautiful.
Welcome to unruhe.eu, the online home of Nicodemus. This is a first test post. Over the next couple of months the site will expand to tell the story of Nicodemus from his early days as a budding artist to his latest work, The Devil's Kitchen, a spoken opera in five acts.
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