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24.02.2022 19:00

In samenwerking met Jesse Jones and Barbara Mahlknecht

Pay what you can

Syllabus Reading Group #7:
The Common Is Us

SYLLABUS READING GROUP GAAT OPNIEUW VAN START!

Syllabus Reading Group #7: The Common Is Us
Donderdag 24/02, 19.00 - 21.00
Hosts: Jesse Jones, Barbara Mahlknecht & special guest Paula Quirke
In het engels, online

We lezen "The Common Is Us", de introductie van Silvia Federici voor de publicatie For health autonomy door Carenotes Collective.

SYLLABUS READING GROUP 2022

Sinds 2020 organiseert Kunsthal Gent de Syllabus Reading Group rond het werk 'Syllabus' van de Ierse kunstenaar Jesse Jones: een monumentaal gordijn met de arm van Silvia Federici, dat een ruimte creëert voor (activistisch) samenzijn.

Dit seizoen wordt georganiseerd in samenwerking met Jesse Jones en feministisch onderzoekster Barbara Mahlknecht, rond het thema zorg - van zorgarbeid tot institutionele intimiteiten. Hoe creëren we een cultuur van zorg in onze alledaagse ontmoetingen en sociale reproducties?

We komen online samen, eens per maand op donderdagavond, vanaf 24 februari. We lezen en bespreken elke maand een nieuwe tekst. Tegen het einde van elke bijeenkomst stellen we verschillende teksten voor en beslissen samen wat we de volgende keer gaan lezen. Je kan ook gewoon aanschuiven en meeluisteren. Welkom!

ZOMER 2022
De Syllabus-leesgroepen werken toe naar een live Syllabus Summer School Retreat, in juli 2022 in Kunsthal Gent. Deze live summer school wil de vraag stellen: Hoe kunnen we terugkeren naar een ruimte van gedeelde culturele gemeenschappelijkheid na twee jaren van isolatie?

VORIG SEIZOEN
- Fragment uit SYLLABUS workshop met Silvia Federici: “On Joyful Militancy
- Eerdere Syllabus Reading Groups en events

DATA SYLLABUS 2022

ONLINE
Syllabus Reading Group #7, donderdag 24 feb 19.00 - 21.00
Syllabus Reading Group #8, donderdag 31 maart 19.00 - 21.00
Syllabus Reading Group #9, donderdag 28 april 19.00 - 21.00
Syllabus Reading Group #10, donderdag 19 mei 19.00 - 21.00
Syllabus Reading Group #11, donderdag 23 juni 19.00 - 21.00

LIVE
Syllabus Retreat 4 - 24 July
Syllabus Summer School 21 - 24 July

MDC KH jessejones 017 HR

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