7th to 11th February 2018

7 - 9 February: 11am and 3pm, 10 and 11 February: 11am, 2pm and 4pm

IWM London

£6: Adult/ £5: Concession / £5: With Age of Terror exhibition ticket


Installation view of Aman Mojadidi's 'Remembering a Future'


'What is 'home'? And where does it live for you?'

In this intimate performance, Afghan-American artist Aman Mojadidi will share his changing experiences of ‘home’ in the context of the ‘war on terror’, the migrant crisis, and terrorism in the West. 

Mojadidi’s work blurs lines between fact and fiction, documentation and imagination; encompassing themes of belonging, identity politics, conflict, ‘artifactual’ history, and migration. Explore the politics of homeland by discussing a series of objects and video clips created or collected by the artist himself.

The performances will last approx. 45 mins

Suitable for audiences 16+.

Part of: 
This pop-up space changes throughout the Age of Terror: Art since 9/11 season to host live responses to, and reflections on, topics from the exhibition.

26 October 2017 – 7 January 2018
Two films from IWM Short Film Festival 2016 and 2017: Drone (2015) by Daniel Jewel; Chronicles of a Migrant (2017) by Zena Assi. 

8 – 28 January 2018
This is the Place by Tony Walsh – filmed interview and poetry performance in response to the 2017 terrorist attack in Manchester. 

7 – 11 February 2018
Daily performances with artist Aman Mojadidi.

16 February – 27 May 2018
An installation resulting from Aman Mojadidi performances.

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