‘Dans quel monde rêvons-nous ?’

17 + 18
Sept.'20

BOZAR OPEN AIR

The only way to create a fair and equal society is for the society to recognize the role of women in achieving it. The chair Mahmoud Darwich/BOZAR and Xeno embrace this idea to present What world are we dreaming in?, two evenings devoted to the art of protest and commitment of principally female (or who identify themselves as female) and LGBTQI+ artists. The intersection of social inequalities linked to gender, origin, sexual orientation and social class is the source for the artist’s creative and critical expression. This project was conceived during the Brussels lockdown and questions our relationship to the present and future.  

Created in Brussels in 2019, Xeno is both a travelling artistic platform and a research laboratory on feminist and intersectional issues. Founded by the Tunisian artist Ichraf Nasri, Xeno- promotes and supports artists through the production of cultural and artistic events with special emphasis on racialized, minoritized and LGBTQI+ artists.

Programme 17.09

Programme 18.09

Practical information

Location

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.​​​​​​​

In the framework of

  • Mahmoud Darwish Chair