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02.12.2022 16:30

Public sharing moment

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Jubilee presents: Emptor - Whose Institution?

After 'What does it mean to own?' and 'Whose Artwork?', Kunsthal Gent hosts and participates in a third Assembly of Practice organised by Jubilee - Emptor: a closed collective reflection on the question 'Whose institution?'.

In an encounter with the practices of the different engaged institutions in the project (Kunsthal Gent, Jester, Apass and BUDA) Emptor explores how ownership plays out within their functioning and affects who has access, what is shown and how we valorise art.

Reflections situate themselves on site in dialogue with Grace Ndiritu on the development trajectory 'Ghent:how to live together?' (Kunsthal Gent, 2021) and in time by responding to what happened at 'documenta #15 - lumbung 1'.

In an attempt to publish and perform the ongoing reflection we welcome the public for a shared moment from 16:30:


Public programme
Jubilee

Founded in Brussels in 2012, Jubilee has developed into a polyphonic artist-run organisation that supports the work and research of its artists, as well as the projects of associated artists within collective reflection trajectories. Jubilee's most comprehensive collective trajectories to date are Caveat (2017-...) and Emptor (2021-...).

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