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02.11.2021 18:00

Lezingen door buurtbewoners

Pay what you can

Grace Ndiritu & Jubilee:
Local Knowledge

Local Knowledge

Dinsdag 2 november, 19.00 - 21.00 uur (deuren open om 18.00)
Locatie: cinema

Kom naar een fascinerende lezing door buurtbewoners die hun persoonlijke archieven en verhalen over het leven in Patershol delen. Voorafgaand (vanaf 18.00 uur) is ook de archiefpresentatie over het klooster te bezoeken, samengesteld door Grace Ndiritu en Jubilee.

Sprekers zijn onder andere:

Norbert Detaeye - over drie generaties van zijn familie die opgroeiden en woonden in Het Pand sinds 1900.

Luc Rogiest - bewoner van Het Pand in de jaren 1970, over de geschiedenis en de uitzetting van de bewoners.

Emilie De Vlam - huidige Pandemist en de langst zittende bewoonster van Het Pand; over de speculatieve toekomst van de site.

Beeld: Archief Pandinisten

GHENT: HOW TO LIVE TOGETHER

Dit event maakt deel uit van GHENT: HOW TO LIVE TOGETHER - a Season of Truth and Reconciliation.

Kunstenaar Grace Ndiritu onderzoekt (in samenwerking met Jubilee) hoe de site van het vroegere Caermersklooster, waar de belangen van de verschillende personen en organisaties die de site gebruiken of bezitten in conflict staan met elkaar, kan dienen als model voor de praktijk van ‘commoning’ of gemeenschappelijk gebruik. HIER vind je het volledige programma.

2017 1 Archief Pandinisten

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