Sarma salon #10: Enchanting Scores
In the framework of a workshop around Enchanting Scores the workplace Sarma organizes one of its salons on new practices and discourses in the arts and in the world at large. Choreographer and visual artist Julien Bruneau, anthropologist Arnaud Halloy and philosopher Isabelle Stengers set up a conversation on trance and relational practices between magic, science and the arts. Afterwards the audience will be invited to work with these ideas and perspectives in a scored collective thinking process. Since modern times we are distant observers of our environment, in which we at once carelessly intervene. Can 'enchanting scores' create the condition for alternative forms of relationality and agency to emerge?
Concept Julien Bruneau & Jeroen Peeters | guests Julien Bruneau, Arnaud Halloy & Isabelle Stengers | production Sarma | thanks Kaaitheater | Sarma is supported by the Flemish Authorities and the Flemish Community Commission