12. June 2023 , 19:00

At regular intervals, Salon ReVue gives a space to current and relevant topics from ReVue magazine. New scientific findings and perspectives, innovative ideas and of course photography and questions of perception characterize the evening. Representatives of the practice enter into dialogue with scientists and exchange ideas with the audience. Thus, the evening is a joint walk between the disciplines.

This time on June 12, 2023 we are looking forward to an exciting evening on the topic »Photography and Dementia«.

Photography and memory seem directly connected. But what happens in the mind of a person suffering from Alzheimer’s? What does it mean when a person no longer recognizes themselves in pictures?

With the author Heike Rindfleisch (co-author Stolen Moments) and the physician Prof. Dr. med Torsten Kratz (Head of Gerontopsychiatry, Ev. KH, Berlin) we were able to win two great discussants who will illuminate the topic for us from different perspectives.

Zora del Buono (ReVue) leads through the evening.

Admission 8 € | reduced 5 €. The number of participants is limited, so we recommend booking an online ticket, available here.

Image: Daniel Comte, 2016 © Stolen Moments

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