Stratification : Traces of Excess

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Publiée 2016/05/19
21 mai 2016, de 13h30 à 17h30, Les Brigittines
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Kunstenfestivaldesarts : Caveland ! Reflection Day
http://www.kfda.be/en


Stratification : Traces of Excess

Les Brigittines
Petite rue des Brigittines
1000 Bruxelles

 
21/05 - 13:30 > 17:30
 

With a conversation on oblivion and excess with Sarah Vanhee, a presentation by Vincent Meessen, a performative presentation by SPEAP, a lecture on Courbet and the caves by art historian James Rubin and a conversation on traces with Philippe Quesne.
In collaboration with École des Arts Politiques de Sciences Po (SPEAP, Paris) & erg – école supérieure des arts, Master Politique et Expérimentation graphiques, Brussels. 
Admission free FR / EN
 
The cave is a scene of continuous stratification. Stalactites and stalagmites grow continuously, tracing the excess. It is also the place that hosts early human traces, signs that are embedded in the future of history. But how do we deal with what are on the contrary the excesses of human history, those which we do not want to stay embedded within its future ?
 
 
1.30 PM. Introduction
1.45 PM, Sarah Vanhee, a conversation
2.15 PM, A presentation by Vincent Meessen, followed by a conversation with Corinne Diserens and the audience.
 
3.15 PM, break
 
3.30, PM, a performative presentation by SPEAP
4.30, PM, James Rubin, Courbet Cave Man, followed by a discussion with Philippe Quesne.
 



 
8 PM, Caveland ! Ciné-club
a program of films including Peter Frischli & David Weiss The Right Way (Le droit chemin), 1983, 55' 

 
 
 


 


Dernière modification effectuée le 9 juin 2018.