HORST ART LAB
By entering this competition, you are not automatically eligible for selection and the official application form will be sent in a confirmation email along with additional information. This must be completed + submitted to Horst for consideration. If successful the Horst team will be in contact with directly.
Foregrounding audiences, contexts and local realities - How can contemporary artistic practices become resourceful tools for social cohesion? The Art Lab gathers artists, curators and researchers whose practice revolves around developing art in peripheral contexts and forging authentic and co-authored methodologies of participatory art. During the Art Lab Horst wants to research art as an instigator for social cohesion, ecologic transformation and decolonisation. The context of Asiat, Vilvoorde will be our testing ground. The Art Lab consists of guest lectures, workshops and group discussions, as well as a visit to several art institutions in Brussels.
Program: Claire Bishop (Critic and professor in the PhD Program in Art History at the Graduate Center, City University of New York), Diana Campbell Betancourt (founding Artistic Director of the Samdani Art Foundation and Chief Curator of the Dhaka Art Summit since 2013), Britta Peters (Art critic, freelance curator, and Artistic Director of Urbane Künste Ruhr), Aude Christel Mgba (Independent curator based between Cameroon and the Netherlands), Jeremy Hutchison (British artist based in London), Fiona Hallinan (Artist and researcher currently pursuing a PhD at KU Leuven), Filip Van Dingenen (Multidisciplinary artist and co-founder of the Ecole Mondiale in Brussels), Anne Pontégnie (Curator-at-large for Le Consortium (Dijon) and curator for the Cranford Collection (London).
The lab costs € 350 per participant / You can register until midnight on Sunday 12th of July.
Presented by DICE.
This is an 18+ event (Photo ID required)