Lecture Elizabeth Losh, interview by Margarita Osipian
Werkplaats Typografie. Arnhem
What is a hashtag for? Is it simply a character, invented by Silicon Valley, to facilitate an electronic search and a way to name things? Or is it a tool to facilitate political actions and steer participants in social movements?
Grenzen tussen man en vrouw vervagen. Wat betekent dat voor ontwerpers?
Studio Verheyden, Arnhem
Een avond over wat ontwerpers kunnen betekenen in de vraagstukken rondom de vervagende grenzen tussen man en vrouw en de zoektocht naar identiteit.
An Artistic Practice in a Transformative Contemporary Culture
Auditorium ArtEZ, Arnhem
Museum Arnhem, together with ArtEZ/BEAR and ArtEZ studium generale, organize a lecture by Manal AlDowayan. AlDowayan is one of the participating artists of the exhibition Your Voice Matters in De Kerk Church, in Arnhem.
What is it like to be a bird?
ArtEZ Arnhem, Collegezaal (M3.07)
In a small birdhouse, birdsong is slowed down to human speed, mimicked and sped back up to a bird’s pace, allowing visitors to sing like a bird. In his project ‘What is it like to be a bird?’ Thijs van Vuure combines his interests in science, art, and philosophy, and he tries to generate questions and answers from this interdisciplinary perspective.
A view of the body from a non-Western perspective
ArtEZ Conservatorium concertzaal, Arnhem
Yogi Ram, founding director of the Arhanta Yoga Ashrams (India and The Netherlands) and yoga Ram speaks about the body and how it is treated (our body and others) from a non-Western perspective.
Rituals as exchange gifts of social structure
How can ceremonial gift-giving be both, positive and negative? And which spiritual gifts do we humans exchange between the profane world (daily life) and the sacred world?
A Meeting On Metamodernism with Timotheus Vermeulen
WALTER books, Arnhem
“Postmodernism is dead, but something altogether weirder has taken its place.”
Adrian Searle, art critic (2009)
ArtEZ Auditorium, Arnhem
Performance and other forms of creative practice can reimagine or reframe the world, but how does performance as an activist practice help us foreground and work through structural and systemic forms of violence and oppression, in particular as these relate to Black identities?
Johan Grimonprez: filmscreening Blue Orchids (2017) + interview by Erik Viskil
Meet the international acclaimed artist Johan Grimonprez and learn about the international arms trade, greed and consciousness as something that comes about in community.