Are we there yet?
We Object — with Joëlle Sambi Nzeba & Ruth Grâce Paluku-Atoka
replay online talk
UPDATE! Babs Gons can't make it and Ruth Grâce Paluku-Atoka will take her place! You’re invited to join Joëlle Sambi Nzeba, Babs Gons and their chosen objects for an intimate conversation about how colonialism exists in all of our everyday lives.
together in the studio
Dear reader of this Beursschouwletter, We've built a cuddly studio at the heart of your schouwburg to invite artists, activists, and thinkers to take to the fluffy floor for discussions on art, nightlife, decolonization, intersectionality, and more. You can watch and re-watch all of these conversations online. The first videos have already been uploaded for your viewing pleasure. Keep an eye on cyberspace to stay tuned for who and what’s coming very soon. Spring greetings, live from the studio Your B
NiXiE Lock down turn inward
“As I felt the need to go within this last year, I decided to make an ongoing playlist for the inner journey on the Spotify waves. I started on day 1 of the first lockdown... Adding songs gradually, it became a little daily routine that helped to keep me sane in these weird times. When the lockdown was over I ended the playlist, after 15 hours of music...”
That Might Be Right The Robbery of Nature
online reading group
SA 27.02 15:00
SA 13.03 15:00
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SA 22.05 15:00
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Let’s get on with it and continue to read, talk and think about our contemporary constellation and potential practices that might constitute new forms of life.