The Wandering: Global Nomadism in the 21st Century 徘徊：21世紀的全球遊牧主義
Indonesian author Intan Paramaditha’s ingenious novel The Wandering explores the highs and lows of global nomadism, the politics and privileges of travel and desire, and the freedoms and limitations of the choices we make. She speaks with Australian author Patrick Holland, (The Darkest Little Room, One), whose writing probes similar themes of travel, non-place and supermodernity, and the gains and losses associated with these. Moderated by Marco Mancassola, an Italian writer based in London.
This Event is Supported by the Consulate General of Australia in Hong Kong
Marco Mancassola appears with the support of the Italian Cultural Institute.
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印度尼西亞作家 Intan Paramaditha 匠心獨妙的小說《The Wandering》 探討了全球遊牧文化的高低潮，旅行和慾望的政治和特權，以及我們做出選擇的自由與局限。澳大利亞作家 Patrick Holland, 其作品包括《The Darkest Little Room》和《One》,亦會參與是次活動，他的作品也同樣探究了旅遊，超現代化以及其得與失的這一系列主題，敬請期待兩位作者的交流會吧！活動將由意大利作家Marco Mancassola主持。節目以英語進行,中文字幕將於48小時後提供線上觀看。
Marco Mancassola 獲意大利總領事館文化處(Italian Cultural Institute)邀請主持活動。
Featuring (click on author names to read more)
Intan Paramaditha is an Indonesian writer based in Sydney.
Patrick Holland is an Australian novelist and short-story writer based in Hong Kong.
Marco Mancassola is an Italian novelist who lives in London, UK.