A conversation on art, time and temporality with Nora Al-Badri (artist, Berlin), Silvy Chakkalakal (anthropologist, HU Berlin), Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll (artist and art historian, Birmingham/London), and Jonas Tinius (anthropologist, CARMAH/HU Berlin).

What does it mean to speak of colonial legacies (in the present), and how is this different from talking about traces, or remnants? In what sense do processes, such as repatriation, decolonization, and institutional critique concern a future-oriented temporal thinking? How do practices of copying and authenticating colonial objects challenge ideas of linear temporalities, and what role does art play in negotiating these entanglements?