1. History with a Vengeance: A conversation in Seven Acts by Boris Buden and Jonas Staal

        Through a set of seven quotes and images, writer Boris Buden and artist Jonas Staal interrogate the concept of the end of history. From Fukuyama’s latest claim that the most read book by Islamic State militants is Islam for Dummies to Hegel’s reflection on the impossibility of innocence; from Fukuyama’s belief that the Museum of Human History will be all that is left to us to the Kurdish Movement’s cultural revolution in Syria: Buden and Staal claim the space of art to propose that not only has history never left, it returns with a vengeance.