Works byVéronique BélandJoris BlanckaertMaria Boto &Kristel Peters (Color Biolab)Michiel De CleeneEdith DekyndtElias HeuninckNicolas LamasIves MaesDaan PaansOther Women’s FlowersPratchaya PhinthongLeticia RamosJoost RekveldDominique SomersTodèl (Tom Rider & Delphine Wibaux)Chantal van RijtIan Wilson
Workshop by KASK art researchers MARIA BOTO & KRISTEL PETERSCOLOR BIOLAB is a transdisciplinary research project approaching the color field from different perspectives: from sustainable production and application, to the use of color as a common language between art and science. Starting from traditional coloring, to living organisms or waste, the project aims to reflect about the possibilities of new coloring sources, and the implications involved.**Free, no reservation required**See http://laboratorium.bio/colorlab.html
06.07 > 6 - 8 pmColor Biolab
Workshop by Other Women's Flowers
Other Women's Flowers is a project dedicated to discussing, spreading and encouraging women's & non-male writing. Its centre is a biweekly gathering where we discuss texts & the ideas proposed in them while sharing a meal. Through reading, discussing and sharing we aim to enlarge the constellation of female voices in the literary and theoretical landscape and, ultimately, encourage women to speak.Free, reservation encouraged as spaces are limited.
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06.07 > 6 - 8 pmOther Women's Flowers
Performance with Laura Fautré, Loucka Fiagan, Salomé Genès, Killian Madeleine, Sophie Vendryes. Sound design: Julien Gasc.
Five bodies are thrown, contracted, compressed, condensed, massed, rubbed. Dispersed.
The space is saturated with ping-pong balls.Do I move, am I moved?
In Advienne Que Pourra gestures coming from specific experiences are thrown around like ping pong balls. The collaboration between people coming from different backgrounds is key for a unique encounter, promoting an experience of human collisions in time and space.
13.07 > 8 pmAdvienne Que Pourra