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12—13.11.2022 11:00

Installation / project presentation

Pay what you can

Sc(è)ene #10: Radiante Ceremony - Raúl Hott & Maria Muehombo

Architect, researcher and artist Raúl Hott is coming from Chili to Ghent to initiate his new project: 'Radiante'. On Sunday November 13th there will be an artist talk, an extended meditation and a brunch, provided by Tara Roelens.

Radiant Ceremony: Brunch - Artist Talk - Meditation (11:00 - 14:00)
On Sunday 13 November at 11:00, the 'Radiante Ceremony' will take place. Here you can enjoy a brunch (provided by Tara Roelens) that will give you the necessary energy to then follow the extensive Radiante ritual (50'). The meditation will be followed by an artist talk by Raúl Hott.

• Price incl. food: €10
• Registration is mandatory and can be done via neinarts@gmail.com.

RADIANTE
This project was conceived during the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, in May 2020. This fact, added to the global mental health crisis and the climate emergency we are facing , was decisive in the origin of Radiante, having a purpose of active service facing this future scenario.

In these three years of continuous research, Raúl Hott's practice has delved into the field of health design: healing processes and methodologies. This process led to understanding the concept of energy from various fields of knowledge.

Located in natural environments, Radiante is a temple, energy unit, and healing space for transformative experiences. This center provides a new care protocol based on preservation and well-being. A method of collective survival to recharge our vitality. A professional community safety net that develops open occupancy programs, retreats, and continuous investigation.

During Ghent’s kick-off, Raúl will introduce the plan for Radiante, its features and benefits. To start this process, a collective experience will be offered for the audience that is especially made in-situ for this space. A soundtrack by dj / producer M I M I will guide you through the experience.

You can visit the installation on November 12th from 11:00 - 18:00. On Sunday November 13th there will be a brunch provided by Tara Roelens. Expect fresh, healthy, green and energizing, together with a lecture about the work of Raul.

Info

Opening hours:
• Saturday 12 November, 11:00 - 18:00
• Sunday 13 November, 11:00 - 18:00
Entrance: "pay what you can"

Radiant Ceremony:
• Sunday 13 November: 11:00 - 14:00

Nein

Nein is an artistic curatorial platform led by artist/curator Laurens Mariën. It looks for alternative forms of exhibitions both on a conceptual and an architectural level.

With Sc(è)enes, Nein presents works that are too short, too small, too young, too slow, too visual or too performative, or all this combined in evening-long happenings in which all different disciplines are combined.

Sc(è)enes takes shape as a program that alternates between Kunsthal Gent and CAMPO and flies to other locations (TBC).

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