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23.07.2022 15:00

Participatory performance (English)

Pay what you can

Syllabus Summer School Retreat Day 3:
Standing Still - Shabari Rao

Participatory performance (English)
Zaterdag 23 juli 2022, 15.00 - 18.00

Open voor iedereen
Graag inschrijven met een email naar danielle@kunsthal.gent


'Standing Still'
is een doorlopende participatieve performance van Shabari Rao, gecureerd door Barbara Mahlknecht. De performance verkent de belichaamde relaties tussen stilte en beweging, stilte en geluid. Een audioscore, met verbale instructies, zang en omgevingsgeluiden, omkadert deze collectieve ervaring en neemt ons mee gedurende het hele event. Elke deelnemer wordt uitgenodigd om met de partituur om te gaan en ze te interpreteren op een manier die voor hen zinvol is.

Shabari Rao
is een kunstenaar, performer, pedagoog en onderzoeker gevestigd in Bangalore, India. Haar werk is geworteld in praktijkgericht onderzoek en richt zich op onderwijs, geestelijke gezondheid, gender en het milieu. Het lichaam speelt een centrale rol in haar proces, dat collaboratief en emergent van aard is en verschillende verschijningsvormen kent: optreden, regisseren, cureren, lesgeven, schrijven en, meer recent, experimenteel film- en audiowerk.

Barbara Mahlknecht
is een feministische onderzoeker, curator en kunsteducator. Ze richt zich momenteel op de geschiedenis en de mogelijkheden van feministische politiek van sociale reproductie en zorg.

Dit event maakt deel uit van de Syllabus Summer School Retreat

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