Ceci était Performatik19

C’est fini !
Après 11 jours de festival, il est temps de reprendre son souffle et de porter un regard rétrospectif sur la très grande diversité de moments vécus et d’impressions ressenties.

Performatik19, c’était entre autres :
53
artistes
97 performances
12 partenaires du festival
7 salons
100 briques pulvérisées
36 sessions de hamac
480 chandelles éteintes avec des intervenants
9 rituels d’adieu
4 saintes
48 portraits de femme réanimés
173 marches gravies
42 heures d’être enterré vivant
1 cafetière Bialetti de taille humaine
32 abeilles enterrées
500 mandarines
240 coups de poing raté de peu
18 œuvres d’art déballées et remballées
50 siestes éclair
2 500 pétards pets de diable
800 selfies de concert
3 sets DJ
& 1 chèvre


Vous n’avez pas pu assister à tous les salons, ou vu les quatre interviews Performatik ? Visionnez-les ici.

 

 

 

 

 


 

13.03.2019 - KAAITHEATER
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 moderates the conversation.

 

15.03.2019 - KAAITHEATER
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?

 

15.03.2019 - KAAISTUDIO'S
A discussion on art, representation, gender and race with Jimmy Robert, Courtney Henry and Alexis Blake. Moderated by Sara Jansen.

 

17.03.2019 - KAAITHEATER
One of the Performatik19 threads is death, loss and performativity. In March we will commemorate the 2016 attacks on Brussels. During U-Loss, Barbara Raes will develop new rituals around loss, together with six artists with very different cultural backgrounds. Pieter Van Bogaert thinks and talks about the beauty of the end. Lotte van den Berg will explore the borders between performance, therapy and politics, while IN/FINITY looks at the inter-section between care and art. This discussion is moderated by Katleen Van Langendonck.

 

20.03.2019 - KANAL — Centre Pompidou
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.

 

22.03.2019 - WIELS
This salon explores 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.

 

23.03.2019 - BOZAR
A discussion on performance art and art fairs with Ellen de Bruijne, Liv Vaisberg, Julie Vandenbroucke, and Sarah & Charles. Moderated by Emmanuel Lambion.