Developed as a constellation of artistic research practices, the space makes participants both witnesses and movers. Doing and thinking, witnessing and moving happens all the time regardless of where we are. ... Through Practices attempts to concretise and collectivise these states in the form of a shared practice space during three consecutive days.
Feel invited to find out what it does to you!
Every morning at 8am the doors open with making ‘Decisions at the Food-Bank’. Artistic practices run from 9am until 8pm on monday 28 and tuesday 29, on wednesday 30 from 9am until 6pm.
... Through Practices invites to explore the ecology of one’s personal attention and sense for participation. A variety of guided and hosted scores and protocols make tangible how our mind’s presence is influenced by how we move and take part in things (and vice versa).
Being the last event within the artistic research trajectory ‘Distraction as Discipline’ at KASK, this framework presents the exploration and maintenance of artistic research practices as artistic work. It is a further manifestation of Heike Langsdorf’s interest in reclaiming attention and participation as a resistant potential in art and art pedagogy in times of massive technification.
... Through Practices will not end with any conclusion concerning the subject matter and instead invites to attend the performance Mount Tackle (Revisited) on 30 & 31 October 20h at Vooruit / Ghent: A revision of the piece that served at the beginning of Distraction as Discipline as a door for entering the process. Now it serves as a door for continuing the search.
In the context of Langsdorf's research project ‘Distraction as Discipline’ at KASK & Conservatorium (2016-2019 Langsdorf & Luyten) - met Bilal Kamilla Arnout, Alex Arteaga, Klaas Devos, Laetitia Gendre, Heike Langsdorf, Anouk Llaurens, Irene Lehmann, Lilia Mestre, Miriam Rohde, Elowise Vandenbroecke, Fransien van der Putt - coproductie KASK & Conservatorium / HOGENT en Howest, radical_hope