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WTF @ BEURSSCHOUWBURG: 16-17 DEC




WORKING TITLE FESTIVAL - WEEKEND 3
16-17 december @ Beursschouwburg
dance, performance & social practice





Filip Berte / UN-HOME / MOVING STONES
a live exhibition that reflects how Europe deals with migration



Gaetan Rusquet / AS WE WERE MOVING AHEAD 
a performance installation that reveils the mechanisms of selfrepresentation




Peter Aers / CRIME & PUNISHMENT
a conversation piece on the various ways we judge each other




Felix Ott & Bahar Temiz / C & P ON MARS
a performance that opens up a personal take on war an violence



Tickets €5 / €7
via www.beursschouwburg.be

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Beursschouwburg » 17/12/2016

UN-HOME / MOVING STONES » 14:00

Architect and visual artist Filip Berte is known for his project Eutopia, where he screened Europe as political entity by shaping it into a house in which every room reflected a different facet of the continent. His current project ‘Un-Home’ continues that critical creative practice and focuses on the mechanism of inclusion and exclusion of uninvited newcomers in our Western society. With the use of a camera obscura and a hidden digital camera, Filip installed a critical ‘moment of auto-reflection’ in several asylum centers. During Working Title Festival Filip will looked back on this first phase of the project with an interactive exhibition. During Performatik he will present new material that he generated during a weeklong stay in the refugee center Klein Kasteeltje in Brussels.
 

Concept/Development: Filip Berte
Realization : Filip Berte
With the support of : Arc artist residency, the city of Diest, Sign&Façade, workspacebrussels
In collaboration with : Beursschouwburg
Special thanks to : Aravoh, the inhabitants of the Registration- & Procedure center for asylum seekers in Vallorbe (CH), Sally De Kunst, Jean-Noël Gex, Sophie Lugon, Abdu, Yemane, Caritas International, the inhabitants of the asylum center ‘Peeterskasteel’ in Scherpenheuvel (BE), Stien Vervoort, Hatem, Surbeer, Mohammed Maz, Nura, Ahmed, Karwan.
Photo credits & copyright : Filip Berte