UNSETTLED STUDY AT PERFORMATIK ’19
21-22 March 2019 / KANAL
performative research environment
kanal centre pompidou
Unsettled Study will invite the audience to witness and join the multitude of research processes currently hosted by the a.pass platform for artistic research.
For several years a.pass platform fo artistic research has periodically engaged with a research environment called Settlement proposed and facilitated by Vladimir Miller. This project continues to ask on which spatial, performative and institutional conditions is it possible to step into and share an artist’s research process as it is happening.
During Performatik 2019 “Unsettled Study” will attempt to develop the idea of the Settlement into a performative installation at KANAL which will invite the audience into the multitude of research and work processes currently hosted by a.pass. Starting from the Settlement project in January at a.pass, the researchers, curators and facilitators will embark on a process of developing architectural structures to support, represent and host their research processes. Through a series of workshops and inputs from invited guest artists the researchers will develop short performance lectures in relation to their practice. As a culmination of this three months long process this emergent collective space of study will move from apass to KANAL and open its research environment in an evening of overlapping performances and installations.
Within the frame of Performatik19, the Brussels biennial of performance art
Curated by Vladimir Miller with contributions by apass researchers, curators and the institutional facilitators. This list will be updated frequently as the project develops.
Lecture performance facilitation: Philipp Gehmacher
a.pass post-master: post-master researchers (contributions to be confirmed); Lilia Mestre, coordinator; Peggy Pierrot, mentor; Steven Jouwersma, technical facilitation; Joke Liberge, production coordinator;
a.pass Research Center: associate researchers cycle ’18-’19 (contributions to be confirmed) Alex Arteaga, curator;