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Literary creation with Python

2018
An Mertens will give a lecture and host a workshop at l’Ecole Supérieure d’Arts et Design de St Etienne on the use of the Python programming language for literary creation. A line of code is like (...)

Trans//border: Boundaries do not sit still

2018
TRANS // BORDER takes the work of Nathalie Magnan as its point of departure and looks at the relevance of her work through the creations and research of a number of artists, scientists, (...)

Feminist Futures: Automated environments

2018
What does a feminism that has adapted to technological mediation, abstraction, the virtual, and complexity look like? And what are the new forms of occupying, segregating and contesting space (...)

Monday Readings

2018
From January to April 2018, Femke curates the research centre at a.pass, a programme for advanced performance and scenography studies in Brussels. As part of this, she proposes five Monday (...)

Possible Bodies: Phenomenal 3D

2017
What norms are shaped through 3D technologies? Who invented those three "dimensions" in the first place and why to stick with them as "true"? Can tools produce realities and presences and if so: (...)

Arts & Feminisms

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Mini-program integrating gender studies in arts education The project is coordinated by two associations: SOPHIA, which aims to promote gender studies (1) in higher education in Belgium and (...)

The Materiality of the Invisible

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In the framework of the exhibition The Materiality of the Invisible, Femke has been invited together with Eyal Weizman to dig deeper into the topic of the relationship of objects – and their (...)

Four freedoms for research and experiment

2017
Gijs de Heij, Manetta Berends and An Mertens will propose a workshop on the notion of public domain when it comes to machine learning practises, in the framework of ’Summerschool #2 Making Public (...)

Relearn 2017 - call for participation

2017
This summer Relearn is travelling to Rotterdam. After the organisers collected track proposals in the previous weeks, they are now looking for participants to make this week of relearning happen (...)

.ORG

2017
An Mertens and Sarah Garcin will take part in .ORG, a 5 days / 5 nights residency of a collective work time that has been proposed to 50 persons, with discussions, creations, writing, (...)