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19.12.2019 17:00

lecture and presentation

Pay what you can

KASK + PILOOT present:
MIA IMANI HARRISON & Filip Van Dingenen

KASK and PILOOT public art platform present:

Lecture & presentation by MIA IMANI HARRISON
in conversation with Filip Van Dingenen

Kunsthal Gent, Thursday December 19, 17.00h
Entrance via back door, Lange Steenstraat

MIA IMANI HARRISON is a Pacific Northwest native interdisciplinary artist and arts writer who currently lives in Berlin. Harrison interrogates the ways that disenfranchised communities can heal individual, communal, and societal trauma by creating works that live in–between the worlds of art and science. This “third–way” mixes unconventional methods (dreams, rituals) and science (ethnography, geography, psychoanalysis) to collectively dream new ways of being. https://www.miaiharrison.com

In the context of the workshop 'TRANS PEDAGOGIES & ART PRACTICES, practicing in trouble and dealing with conflicting curiosities’ at KASK, conducted by Mia Harrison & Filip Van Dingenen/Ecole Mondiale

MIA I HARRISON