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05—06.11.2022 11:00

Installation / project presentation

Pay what you can

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

Architect, researcher and artist Raúl Hott is coming from Chili to Ghent to initiate his new project: 'Radiante'. Over two weekends, you can participate in 'Charge Meditations'. On Sunday November 13th there will be a brunch provided by Tara Roelens.

Registration
for the 'Charge Meditations' is recommended, places (5 per slot) are limited.
You can register for the brunch 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 during weekends 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 5 November, 11:00 - 18:00
• Sunday 6 November, 11:00 - 18:00
• Saturday 12 November, 11:00 - 18:00
• Sunday 13 November, 11:00 - 18:00

Entrance: "pay what you can".



Charge Meditations:

• Saturday 5 November: 11:00, 12:00, 15:00, 16:00
• Sunday 6 November: 16:00, 17:00
• Saturday 12 November: 11:00, 12:00, 15:00, 16:00
• Sunday 13 November: 11:00, 12:00, 15:00, 16:00

Brunch by Tara Roelens + lecture:

• Sunday 13 November: 11:00
• Price: €10
• Registration via neinarts@gmail.com. Limited seats available!

With the support of the Flemish Government

Registration brunch
Stilstaand beeld post