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26.01.2023 18:00

Workshop

Pay what you can

Univers’elle presenteert: Urban Safe Space met Leto Keunen

Bar Univers'elle invites artist Leto Keunen for the workshop Urban Safe Space, in which she uses textiles to discuss feelings of insecurity and fear in public space. The workshop is part of her project 'Urban Quilts'. During the workshop, we make a subjective mapping of public space: we visualise pain points, frustrations, feelings of insecurity or experiences in the city. We talk about our fears and the moments when these fears occur. Everyone is welcome! Whether you want to share an experience or not always remains your own choice.

Bar Univers'elle
Univers'elle, a network of Ghent women with a focus on diversity, organises monthly Bar Univers'elle. Since 2021, they regularly convene in Syllabus, an artwork by Jesse Jones: a monumental curtain in Kunsthal Gent that welcomes (activist) groups.

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