The Open School of Risquons-Tout adresses the key issues of the exhibition through a platform for knowledge transmission and for the redistribution of who has the chance to speak. It unfolds as a critical terrain beyond established modes of representation and discursive specialisms. (Re)watch the events on this page.
Intersections of Care is a research project initiated by Florence Cheval and Loraine Furter.
Eden Studies is a project by Astrocyte Studio, a collective platform by Cédric Noël and Mira Sanders in collaboration with Anaïs Chabeur, Laure Cottin Stefanelli, Joachim Olender, Pauline Hatzigeorgiou and FieldStation Studio.
The Center Leo Apostel (CLEA) is a transdisciplinary research department at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
Eden Studies : Créativité ou intelligence? Une herméneutique algorithmique
Milad Doueihi, historian of religions, calls himself "numerician by accident" and sees the contemporary humanist as an enlightened geek. Artist Claire Malrieux accompanies him in a discussion on programmed wandering in the stories of human dreams. Speakers: Loraine Furter, Florence Cheval, Greg Nijs, Laurie Charles, Sofia Caesar. For more information, click here.
Intersections of Care : Guidelines, Codes, Protocols
These artists, designers and art critics come together to exchange tools and guidelines for safer and more ethical collaborations. These «guidelines of care» provide source tools that can be modified and adapted to specific situations, generating new tools in a decentralized manner. Speakers: Loraine Furter, Florence Cheval, Clémentine Coupau, Sirah Foighel Brutmann, Sarah Magnan, Cathie Bagoris. For more information, click here.
Intersections of care: Decolonial Practices
A collective discussion on decolonial practices in art. Speakers: Loraine Furter, Florence Cheval, Golnesa Rezanezhad, Zakaria Almoutlak, Pélagie Gbaguidi, Olivier Marboeuf/ Mangrove, Post Collective (Mirra Markhaëva, Sawsan Maher, Alimu Mahhamed, Elli Vassalou, Marcus Bergner), Lotte Arndt. For more information, click here.
Intersections of care: Caring, Healing, Access
Combining art and research, this session reflects on the notions of care, healing and access. The speakers explore these crucial questions through the presentation of artworks, texts and experiences that contribute to the formulation of a collective practice of care at individual and institutional levels. Speakers: Loraine Furter, Florence Cheval, Greg Nijs, Laurie Charles, Sofia Caesar.
Part 1 : introduction by Loraine Furter and Florence Cheval
Part 2 : Greg Nijs
Part 3 : Audio guide with Loraine Furter and Florence Cheval
Part 4 : Laurie Charles
Part 5 : Sofia Caesar