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After concluding the postgraduate program the participant will receive the title of Laureate of the higher institute for fine arts Posthogeschool voor Podiumkunsten (the program equals 60 credits).


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List of publications – Lilia Mestre (2011 -2022)

 

Thematics – Bains Connective

La Zone, 2011

http://www.bains.be/_beta/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/BainsConnective_Thematics_LaZone.pdf

 

DYI, 2011

http://www.bains.be/_beta/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/BainsConnective_Thematics_DIY.pdf

 

Micro Histories, approaching art & ethnography paradigms, 2012

http://www.bains.be/_beta/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/BainsConnective_Thematics-MicroHistories_email.pdf

 

-18/+65 Politics of the un-aged, 2012

http://www.bains.be/_beta/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/BainsConnective_Thematics_-18+65_final.pdf

 

Art Land, rural & urban landscapes, 2012

http://www.bains.be/_beta/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/BainsConnective_Thematics_artland_email.pdf

 

Come Together, 2013

http://www.bains.be/_beta/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/BainsConnective_Thematics-ComeTogether_email.pdf

 

Author/Authority, 2013

http://www.bains.be/_beta/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/BainsConnective_Thematics_AA_final.pdf

 

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Writing Scores – 2014

https://apass.be/writing-scores-the-book/

 

Perform Back Scores -2015

https://apass.be/perform-back-score/

 

Bubble Scores – 2016

https://apass.be/lilia-mestre-bubble-score-publication/

 

Medium Scores – 2017

Othershttps://apass.be/medium-scores-lilia-mestre/

 

Others:

 

Performing Urgency #2: Turn Turtle! Reenacting the Institute, 2016

Edited by Lila Mestre and Elke Van Campenhout

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/42382783-turn-turtle

 

Choreographic figures deviation from the line – 2017

Published in the series “Edition Angewandte” by Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston

https://www.choreo-graphic-figures.net/publications/book/

 

A/R N2 – 2019

https://art-recherche.be/site/assets/files/1046/revue_ar_2019_150_dpi.pdf

 

… Through Practices, 2021

edited by Alex Arteaga & Heike Langsdorf (eds.) Choreography as Conditioning

https://artpapereditions.org/product/book/alex-arteaga-heike-langsdorf-through-practices

 

Making Matters – 2022

edited by Janneke Wesseling, Florian Cramer and Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, designed by Anja Groten with the Hackers & Designers collective, published by Valiz, NL

 

Radical Sympathy – 2022

Edited by Brandon Labelle. Errant Bodies Press, Berlin


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Arquivo Atlantico [Atlantic Archive]

booklet

27 January 2022

Túlio Rosa

Arquivo Atlantico

Arquivo Atlântico is a multi-chpater research project by Beatriz Cantinho and Túlio Rosa, in collaboration with Jose Capela and Nuno Torres. Arquivo Atlântico is an investigation on the notion of memory, on the possibility of re-membering differently places, peoples and knowledges.

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“We are all very familiar with oppressive education; with its systems of reward and punishment, the stimulus of competition, the naming of the strong and the weak, the encouragement of reproduction by repetition, the reinforcement of norms and normativity, the unquestionability of the accommodating attitude towards the status quo, and its decision-making-educators—who by refusing dialogue—do not organise the people. The very goal of oppressive education isn’t to liberate nor to be liberated but to manipulate, control and generate conformism.

However, there is another sort of education that is precisely based on dialogue; a form of education that doesn’t function as a tool to facilitate anyone’s integration into the logic of the present system. It is the practice of freedom in its most germinating terms; the facilitation of critical thinking, creativity and citizenry.

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IS THIS THE END?

Christian

Last Friday 21st of January, a.pass received news from the Ministry of Education that their subsidy will come to an end by the end of 2023 the latest. From one day to the other a.pass is left with two years to find other means of survival or close the institution.

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a.pass Poliset 2022W4-7 common SCHEDULE

This Schedule will be updated on a daily basis as Poliset 2022W4-7 and the proposals within it develop. 

POLISET HAS BEEN PROLONGED BY A WEEK, TO END ON FRI FEB 18TH

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Assembly Thing 000923 (Bleed is Inevitable)

8-8 October 2021

by Agency

During Bleed is inevitable, Agency invokes Thing 000923 (Bleed is Inevitable)), a copyright controversy related to a pedagogical program in prison and the oscar nominated documentary Scared Straight!. During the court case, the judge had to decide if the pedagogical program was a dramatization of prison life and whether it could qualify for the protection of copyright as a work of performance art. At a.pass we will revisit the moment of hesitation during the court case and dwell on the problem discussed in the case as a way to fabulate different outcomes. What happens if ‘facts’ become included in a reciprocal way within artistic practices? 

7pm @ a.pass!

 

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I’M NOT SAD, THE WORLD IS SAD

15 euro

1 July 2021

Pia Louwerens

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I’m Not Sad, The World Is Sad is an autotheoretical, semi-fictional account of a performance artist who lands a part-time job as an Embedded Artistic Researcher in an art institution. Invested in queer theory and institutional critique, she sets out to perform the artist “differently” through a process of negation and passivity, inadvertently causing her relationship with the institution’s curator to grow increasingly speculative and paranoid. Louwerens’ labor as tour guide, security guard, artist, hostess and researcher at different institutions begins to overlap and blend under the name of “performance.” Im Not Sad, The World Is Sad is a fragmented story of paranoid and reparative reading, script and utterance, exposure and vulnerability.

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Program – Dragonlove and What your reseach Did to me

What your research did to me.
the (performative) publishing launch of Associate Researchers Cycle II

Dragon Love (?)
the a.pass End presentations of postgraduate researchers


Friday the 11th and
Saturday the 12th of June

at: De Markten,
Rue du Vieux Marché aux Grains 5, Brussels 

No need to subscribe or reserve
Only a live program!
We have a max capacity of 80 people in the space.

Welcome!

 
FRIDAY 11th of June : 16h till 22h
16.00  Doors open
16.00 – 17:30  Dragonlove (?) preview
Andrea Zavala Folache and Federico Vladimir Strate Pezdirc

 
What your research did to me –Associate Researchers Cycle II
18.00  Welcome 
18.15  I’m Not Sad, The World Is SadI’m Not Sad, The World Is Sad + Q & A,  Pia Louwerens 
18.40  Siting Discourse – Breg Horemans
19.00  Pop-Fi Poster – Lili M. Rampre
19.15 -break-
19.30  Mand/inga – Esteban Donoso
20.30 -break-
20.45  Where Do You Draw the Line Between Art and Politics + interview, Davide Tidoni
21.15  Presentation common publication / Olga / annex
21.30  Q & A moderated by Vladimir Miller. 
22.00  END
 
Saturday 12th of June: 18h till 22h
17.45  Doors open
18.00  Mand/inga – Esteban Donoso
 
19.00  Dragonlove (?) – exhibition and performances
Andrea Zavala Folache and Federico Vladimir Strate Pezdirc
22.00  END
 

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