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Rosi Braidotti

on Posthumanism

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on Posthumanism
on Posthumanism

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Tue 03.03.20

Under the title Hyperpresent, five contemporary thinkers will give a talk on a new idea that they introduced themselves. Afterwards, they will engage in a conversation with philosopher Laurent De Sutter – who curated this series. Rosi Braidotti is a philosopher and feminist theorist. Her work explores the transformation of the subjective induced by the technical and political shifts of the present.

Karen Celis & Sarah Childs

Beyond gender quota

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Beyond gender quota
Beyond gender quota

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Mon 02.03.20

Gender quota have been introduced in politics in many European countries. But are quota sufficient to create gender equality? The political agenda, communication and staff are not aligned with a broad swathe of women and their ideological and intersectional diversity. This leads to a lack of trust and legitimacy, and unstable relationships between groups of women and their political institutions and politicians. In times of crisis, the informal social relationships of white men continue to have the upper hand.

Ecopolis 2019

#GenerationHope

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#GenerationHope
#GenerationHope

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Sun 10.11.19

The massive protest of young people against the climate impasse holds up a mirror to politicians and has catapulted the climate crisis to the centre of our social debate. Ecopolis 2019 is an edition for but especially with #GenerationHope. Theatre makers Anoek Nuyens and Rebekka De Wit start the day with two monologues: one for the government, one for the citizen.

Keller Easterling

On Extrastatecraft

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On Extrastatecraft
On Extrastatecraft

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Mon 14.10.19

Under the title Hyperpresent, five contemporary thinkers will give a talk on a new idea that they introduced themselves. Afterwards, they will engage in a conversation with philosopher Laurent De Sutter – who curated this series. American architect, urbanist, writer, and professor at Yale University Keller Easterling will talk this evening about the Extrastatecraft.

The Political Party

Alternative Election Show

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Alternative Election Show
Alternative Election Show

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Tue 30.04.19

On the eve of the European, federal and regional elections, The Political Party is organizing an alternative election show to offer a stage to the opinionmakers of tomorrow. Europe, access to justice, labour and precarity, ecology, democracy, decolonization, education, public health: nine young, progressive will explore these eight themes. How will we face and tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow together?

Night of Knowledge on Brussels 2019

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Night of Knowledge on Brussels 2019
Night of Knowledge on Brussels 2019

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Fri 29.03.19

For the seventh edition of the Night of Knowledge on Brussels, researchers and experts from Brussels are joining forces to draw up a polyphonic overview of the major challenges facing Brussels today and to question both citizens and politicians about possible solutions and alternatives. This rich encounter alternates between varied scientific syntheses, debates, quizzes and musical interludes.

Salon: Performance Art & Art Fairs

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Salon: Performance Art & Art Fairs
Salon: Performance Art & Art Fairs

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Sat 23.03.19

A discussion on performance art and art fairs with Ellen de Bruijne, Liv Vaisberg, Julie Vandenbroucke, and Sarah & Charles. Moderated by Emmanuel Lambion.

Salon: From Stage to Gallery/Gallery to Stage

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Salon: From Stage to Gallery/Gallery to Stage
Salon: From Stage to Gallery/Gallery to Stage

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Fri 22.03.19

Exploring cross disciplinary practices that draw upon conventions of the visual and the performing arts with Ula Sickle, Alexis Blake, and Noé Soulier. Moderated by Zoë Gray.

Salon: The Heritage of Bauhaus

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Salon: The Heritage of Bauhaus
Salon: The Heritage of Bauhaus

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Wed 20.03.19

A discussion on the heritage of Bauhaus with Alex Arteaga, Vladimir Miller, An Fonteyne, Radouan Mriziga and Ula Sickle. Pieter T'Jonck moderates the conversation. To start off, Veronique Boone offers an introduction on the Bauhaus movement.

Salon: Death, Mourning, Rituals & Performativity

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Salon: Death, Mourning, Rituals & Performativity
Salon: Death, Mourning, Rituals & Performativity

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Sun 17.03.19

A discussion on death, mourning, rituals and performativity, with Lotte van den Berg, Barbara Raes, Pieter van Bogaert, Michel Yang (Oracle). 

Extended Salon: Indisciplinary Measures

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Extended Salon: Indisciplinary Measures
Extended Salon: Indisciplinary Measures

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Fri 15.03.19

How do artists let the story they want to tell determine if their work will become a film, a sculpture, a painting, an installation, a choreography or performance? What negotiations take place when they appropriate different disciplinary specialisms? How do they play with their spatial and temporal parameters? What is the politics of indisciplinary practices?

Catherine Wood & Jimmy Robert

Opening Salon: Performance in Contemporary Art

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Opening Salon: Performance in Contemporary Art
Opening Salon: Performance in Contemporary Art

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Wed 13.03.19

To open Performatik19, Tate Modern performance curator Catherine Wood discusses her recently published book Performance in Contemporary Art with artist Jimmy Robert. Curator Daniel Blanga-Gubbay will moderate the conversation.

SYMPOSIUM

The School of Speculative Documentary

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The School of Speculative Documentary
The School of Speculative Documentary

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Mon 25.02.19

The School of Speculative Documentary is an interdisciplinary space for encounter that seeks to question the documentary act. Creators take the floor to discuss uncertainty and guesswork, to confront the unfixable holes in their work and the messiness of reality.

Liwaa Yazji, Waël Ali & Jumana Al-Yasiri

Syrian theatre and contemporary writing

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Syrian theatre and contemporary writing
Syrian theatre and contemporary writing

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Sat 16.02.19

This afternoon focuses on Syrian theatre and on the work of a young generation of contemporary playwrights.

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