‘Dans quel monde rêvons-nous ?’
The first evening will open with Horror & King Baxter, a sound performance of eco-feminist science fiction stories during which Baxter and Horror are the sound messengers of a painful age from Earth, calling for a xenofeminist revolt in four chapters: water, earth, air, fire.
Next up is a concert by Laryssa Kim, the Italian-Congolese composer based in Brussels. She transports her audience in a ritualistic experience, an oneiric trance, through pools of sound and loops of voice, sound and rhythm, accompanied by visuals.
The triptych closes with a series of artists' video screenings on the relationship between women and the world, concerns that range from the quest for roots in Cameroon, a reflection on our ecological impact and a dialogue centred on eco-sex. These pieces deconstruct repressive cultural and social constraints as well as the mechanisms by which women are repressed, and highlight a plurality of female identities.
19:00 Horror & King Baxter (Performance "balaineS")
19:45 Concert: Laryssa Kim
20:30 Video screenings: À l’Ouest by Violaine Le Fur & Amor Vegetal by Małgorzata Rabczuk
Toit-terrasse Errera - Dakterras Errera
Rue Royale 10 - Koningsstraat 1000 Brussels
Booking in advance required
All the events will be organised ‘corona proof’, in accordance with to the protocol for the cultural sector. Please check out our COVID-measures to visit BOZAR in all safety.
At the initiative of chair Mahmoud Darwich, as part of BOZAR Open Air. Curated by Ichraf Nasri / Xén(o)- Asbl (Tunis/Brussels). As part of the Tunisia Year of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.
Thanks to Pianofabriek.
In the framework of
- Mahmoud Darwish Chair