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22.03.2019 16:00

Pay what you can

Art Cinema OFFoff:
Disassemblies 9: Guts / Gusts (gestations)

Initiated by members of Knowledge Is A Does (KIAD) and with special contributions by Rory Pilgrim, Brendan Curtis and Sarah Browne, we present a selection of videos, performance and sound based works. Disassemblies 9, a reading group and evening programme, explore Vanessa Agard-Jones’ theory on bodies in systems, which she defines as a movement directing us from the innards of embodiment to the space of global capital. The scores, spells and fragments will be explored in the space and on the pages to explore the ways in which meaning and power can be re-charted.

With: Kym Ward, Toon Fibbe, Rory Pilgrim, Katherina Zimmerhackl, Sarah Browne and Karisa Senavitis.

Full programme: €10 (RSVP to info@offoff.be)
Evening programme: €8 / €5 (reduction)

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