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26.03.2021 20:00

artist talk on a feminist board game

Pay what you can

Olivia Hernaïz:
Art & My Career

Friday 26 March, 20:00, online via zoom

Join us for an online conversation between Olivia Hernaïz and Ilse Ghekiere (Engagement Arts) about the board game 'Art & My Career', immersing you in the position of women in the art world.

You can borrow the game for free at the ticket desk of Kunsthal Gent! (FR + EN)

Art & My Career

Dialogue is at the centre of Olivia Hernaïz's practice. Her projects are an excuse to engage in conversations with others. With this in mind, the artist invites you to discover 'Art & My Career', a boardgame that addresses the question of the place of women in the world of contemporary art.

This game is intended for both women and men to reflect together in a playful way on this essential question.

From the artist to the museum curator, how do women manage to find their place in this environment? The game 'Art & My Career' invites us to put ourselves in their shoes in order to better understand their work conditions and their struggle.

Olivia Hernaïz

Born in 1985 in Brussels, Olivia Hernaïz obtained an MFA at Goldsmiths in London. Winner of the award ‘Art Contest’ supported by Boghossian Foundation in 2016, she is currently in residence at HISK in Ghent. Her recent exhibitions include : ‘New songs for old cities’, Netwerk Aalst (2021), ‘Inside Out’, Fine Arts Museum of Belgium (2020), ‘To Thomas ‘, YGREC, Paris (2020), ‘All About You’, The Koppel Project, London (2019), ‘Push Your Luck’, Island, Brussels (2019), Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Moscow (2018); ‘As Long as the Sun Follows its Course’, Ixelles Museum, Brussels (2017).

www.oliviahernaiz.com

Ilse Ghekiere

Ilse Ghekiere is a Belgian artist and art historian who works as a dancer, performer, writer and educator. She is the initiator of Engagement Arts, an artist-led movement tackling sexual harassment, sexism and abuse of power in the Belgian arts field.

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