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INVITATION

The Artist-Commoner.
(Self) Education
of New Subjectivities

Two days of presentations, performances,
exchanges and commoning practices.

November 25 (10am-2am) & November 26 (4pm-2am)

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A public meeting organised by a.pass.

With: Bojana Cvejić, Rudi Laermans, Juan Dominguez, Kate Rich, Femke Snelting, Magdalena Tyzlik-Carver, Nicolas Galeazzi, Steven Jouwersma, Pierre Rubio, Lilia Mestre, Vladimir Miller, Kristien Van den Brande, Cecilia Molano, Guy Gypens, SPIN, Philippine Hoegen, Miriam Hempel, and a.pass-researchers.




Does commoning, as a means of artistic practice, require a radically different self-conception of the artist? And if we see the emergence of a different artist subjectivity, what role does (self-)education in the arts play in fostering and welcoming this subjectivity? What kind of (educational) institutions can the artist-commoner take root in? How can these institutions engage not only in educating the artist
about the commons but in developing radical methodologies of commoning education?

During a two day event, a.pass welcomes a gathering of researchers, artists, a.pass program participants and public to engage with the struggle of being an artist commoner today, and the role of (educational) institutions in bringing this subject about.

Read more –https://apass.be/common-conference/

With every day from 18h on a real sauna on the terrace. bring your slippers. 

25 November (10am – 2am) 26 November (4pm – 2am) @  Kaaistudio

Free admission.

 
 

Between what is no longer

and what is not yet

Performance by Juan Dominguez @ Kaaistudio

November 26, 20:30

Performance in the context of a.pass’ public meeting The Artist Commoner.
(Self) Education of New Subjectivities

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Dominguez wants to suspend events and create an interval of time in which he can try to integrate his past into his future. He will translate his visions and his desire to encounter the unknown through language. Dominguez is working alone for the first time in 14 years. Back then, he choreographed his work with labeled cards. Now, he’ll speak himself and give rise to a self-portrait that cites himself and some of his friends.

Concept and Performance: Juan Dominguez

Production Management: manyone

A production by Juan Dominguez. Supported by Tanznacht Berlin and Tanzfabrik Berlin/ apap-advancing performing arts project – Performing Europe 2020 / EU – Creative Europe Programme

Photo: Cuqui Jerez

Duration: +- 2 hours. 

Limited capacity! 8/10/12€. Tickets via Kaaitheater:

https://www.kaaitheater.be/en/agenda/between-what-is-no-longer-and-what-is-not-yet

 

 

New Call for applications 
for artistic research projects post-master and phd level

 

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if you are working in the performing arts and want to start an artistic research in a professional research environment, free from production constraints,

or if the concepts of performativity or/and scenography are (relatively) new to you and you want to explore them in-depth, in relation to your own practice,

then a.pass might have a place for you.  Read more –> OPEN CALL INFO

 

DEADLINE: 09/01/2017
TO START IN MAY 2017
SELECTION TALKS : 23&24/01/2017
(PLEASE KEEP THESE DAYS FREE!)

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a.pass’ curatorial team:

new constellation

From January 2017 onward!

In 2007 Elke Van Campenhout started a.pass; almost 10 years later the time has come to pass on what she called her ‘tender institute’ to a new constellation of people. New or not so new. Mentor Kristien Van den Brande and programme coordinator Nicolas Galeazzi are asked to join the curatorial team of a.pass, which currently consists of Lilia Mestre, Pierre Rubio and Vladimir Miller. From 2017 on Lilia and Kristien will share the artistic coordination previously done by Elke and Nicolas. The extended curatorial team stays responsible for the post-master programme, and is preparing for a more intensive collaboration with the a.pass research centre.

Read more in who is who https://apass.be/who-is-a-pass/

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 a.pass

tel: +32 (0)2 411.49.16
email: office@apass.be
web: www.apass.be