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02.11.2021 18:00

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Local Knowledge

Local Knowledge

Tuesday 2nd November - 19.00 - 21.00 (doors open from 18.00)
Location: cinema

Please join a fascinating talk by local residents sharing their personal archives and stories of living in Patershol. Beforehand (from 18.00) you can also visit the archive presentation on the monastery, assembled by Grace Ndiritu and Jubilee.

Speakers include:

Norbert Detaeye - on three generations of his family growing up and living in Het Pand since 1900s.

Luc Rogiest - occupier of Het Pand in the 1970s on the history and eviction of the residents.

Emilie De Vlam
- current Pandemisten and the longest standing resident of Het Pand talking on the speculative future of the site.

Image: Pandinisten archive

GHENT: HOW TO LIVE TOGETHER

This event is part of GHENT: HOW TO LIVE TOGETHER (A Season of Truth and Reconciliation), a project by artist Grace Ndiritu in the framework of Kunsthal Gent's Development Programme.

Grace Ndiritu examines how the site of the former Caermersklooster, where the interests of the different people and institutions who use or own the site are in conflict, can serve as a model for the practice of commoning. In collaboration with Jubilee.

2017 1 Archief Pandinisten

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