Wednesday July 14th. Doors open: 18:30h. Conversation starts: 19:00h.
Reservation required before July 13th, via: email@example.com
(reservation is free, but places are limited)
Feel welcome to a garden conversation and dinner by IANDE artist collective about their decolonial practice. Maga Berr is current artist in residence at Het Wilde Weten, and member of IANDE. Join them in this conversation, accompanied by homemade food, and get engaged in their current research process. The conversation will take place on Wednesday July 14, at 19.00h in the garden of Het Wilde Weten. Places are free but limited, reserve your seat by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
IANDE is an artist collective born out of decolonial aesthetics in order to reconstruct silenced narratives and shed a light on the untold, the invisible. In this sense, IANDE is convinced that we live in an identity construction crisis within colonial modernity. Such a crisis is the starting point of a journey to rethink, re-exist and re-live reality as we know it. So, IANDE invites you to this journey, starting by asking ourselves questions regarding a common future: What is the colonial wound? How do we deconstruct premises born out of the white supremacy ideals? Why does trying to be non-colonial make us vulnerable? How can we build non-colonial realities in the contemporary art field?
Maga Berr: https://magaberr.net
Iande collective: https://www.facebook.com/iandeartcollective
Photo credits: Patricia Werneck Ribas “Tribal Affairs” (2020) film still.