# 72 | Exhibiting the Great War at the Australian War Memorial | Romain Fathi

              Romain Fathi is a student of the Great War and of commemorative practices.  He invites us to reflect on the way in which Australia set up a section for the celebration of the arrival of the Australian and New Zealand Corps (ANZAC) in the Dardanelles in April 1915, a date hallowed as ...

# 64 | Debt | Thibault Boulvain

           Thibault Boulvain studies here the work of Kader Attia, whose recent efforts are of fundamental importance for our reflections on how the events of colonial times and transfers between the African continent and the European one are committed to memory.  Through his work, Attia investigates art’s role as the site within which conflicts are ...