Mohamed Ouzine Samir in the Dust
French filmmaker Mohamed Ouzine returns to the land of his roots, in the barren frontier between Algeria and Morocco, where he is confronted with his own ambiguous relationship to the region.
Céline Gillain No, you can't kill someone by painting her body with gold
Fifty years ago, a bunch of screenwriters from the entertainment industry invented a new way to die - as if there weren’t already enough ways to die - and it was called skin suffocation. With that iconic image of a gold-painted body dead woman, the ‘industry of desire’ created some sort of a symbol for patriarchy: the ultimate male trophy.
Fiona Tan Ascent
Although few of us have been there, almost everyone is familiar with the iconic image of Mount Fuji in Japan: a majestic point rising up from the surrounding flat landscape, with its reflection in the lake at the foot of the mountain.
Donna Haraway (US) on the audiovisual and storytelling aspects of her work
Brussels-based artist Fabrizio Terranova joins forces with BOZAR, ERG and the Beursschouwburg. We present his film Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival (presented at Kunstenfestivaldesarts in 2016) and to top it off, we invite Donna Haraway – influential art theorist, feminist and science-fiction lover – to join us in watching, listening and debating. Expect two full evenings of captivating material about gender, identity and technology, focused on the work of Donna Haraway.