Eventually I’d have to disappear. Chapter one with Milo Rau.

Podcast on the traces we leave behind as artists, and how to work with them ethically, philosophically, artistically.

Author: Dieuwke Slump and Dennis Gaens – 28 September 2020

Dieuwke talks to the controversial artist, activist and artistic director of NT Gent Milo Rau about the difference between art and activism; the never-ending project of deconstruction; and theatre plays as traces of a revolution.

Also in this chapter: lessons in which 13-years-old learn how deep listening is a physical activity, and the amazing music of Warner Slump.

Music and sounds: Warner Slump; NTGent/Milo Rau (Orestes in Mosul)
Made possible by ArtEZ Studium Generale
Special thanks to Dennis Gaens and Joke Alkema