21C/19C _ Procedures for anthropometric image reversal found financial support at the VGC – the Flemish government in Brussels – and the the township of Elsene/Ixelles. The organizing partner is nadine vzw.
This autumn I will show my filmchapters as a work-in-progress at five locations in Brussels. The 16mm projections will be followed by debates in which the public can participate. At every projection, there will be more material to be seen. The contents of the debates will relate to the theme of the chapter in focus. The different venues where the events take place each have a link with the theme of the day. Each debate will invite a few ‘special invitees’ as experts. The events will be documented with image, sound, writing.
You are invited ! You have to inscribe though. A maximum of 30 people can attend each event. Inscriptions for the 1st screening open on september 4th. Call nadine: 02/5134104
Initial planning, for your info :
Wednesday september 20th, 20-22, at KAOS vzw, Opperstraat 76, 1050 Ixelles
Strong looks/straffe blikken/les regards forts + Strictly anthropometric/strikt antropometrisch/strictement anthropométrique
Wednesday november 15th, 19-22h at Creative district, Ravenstein galerie, 1000 Brussels
Composition with the other/compositie met de ander/composition avec l’autre
Wednesday november 29, 19-22h venue TBA
Numbers and comments/nummering en commentaar/ numéreaux et commentaires
Wednesday december 20th, 19-22h salon de coiffure Akwaba, Rue de la Crèche , 1050 Xl
Exoticism at the studio/Exotisme in de studio/Exotisme au studio
21C/19C exists thanks to the musea opening their photographic archives to the project: Wereldculturen (NL), Tropisch Instituut (B), Pitt Rivers Museum (GB), Quai Branly (Fr), Rautenstrauch Joest Museum – Kulturen der Welt, Köln (D), KMMA (B), Kulturen der Welt (Berlin, D).
In samenwerking met nadine, KAOS vzw, KUUMBA, Constant vzw, Workspace Brussels, Mosso, KMMA, Creative District, Jane Amegah (Akwaba),
ondersteund door: VGC, schepen van Nederlandstalige Aangelegenheden Maite Morren en de Gemeente Elsene