Coinciding with the tricentennial of the siege of Barcelona, the CCCB introduces an installation that takes a profound look at what it means to be under siege, through debates and film screenings. On September 16th, in ‘Working under Siege’, artist Mariam Ghani discusses the difficulties of producing work under siege. She also presents her film The Red Tapes which examines the rise and fall of communism in Afghanistan. On September 25th, in ‘Gaza. The Permanent Siege’, Israeli writer and well known critic of Israeli foreign policy, Ahron Bregman, talks about the people of Gaza, who live in a situation of permanent siege. And, on October 2nd in ‘Drones. Siege at a distance’, Norwegian filmmaker Tonje Hessen Schei presents his documentary, Drone, followed by a debate on the use of drones in warfare, with Hessen Schei and Guardian journalist Chris Woods.