On Friday 24 September, the next series of programmes “Connect. Organise.” from “Where to Start?”.
Discover the programme:
Friday 25 Septembre at 16:00
#EXPLORATION – CULTIVATING AN INHABITED TERRITORY.
Through a journey to the garden-city of the La Noue – Clos-Français district in Montreuil, in Seine-Saint-Denis, we explore the construction of a territory to be re-imagined, the possibility of creating a more harmonious space of cohabitation that would take into account the diversity of life forms, our existential and cultural singularities. Listening to an eggplant leaf or a bee, planting salads, building a hut, as small steps to transform our relationships with multiple existences, recognizing our interdependencies and apprehending a new “way of being alive.” * B.Morizot.
Saturday 26 Septembre at 10:00 – in two parts
#EXPLORATION – WE ARE WOMENS BUT NOT ONLY THAT…
Ici être Femme c’est avant tout Faire-Monde. Et par-delà les Langues, construire un Récit. Habiter une zone liminaire (Ali’mentation Générale à Bergerac), c’est se confronter à un monde hybride, incertain quant à sa définition, son projet, ses valeurs. C’est prendre le risque de l’indifférenciation, de la confusion des langues, c’est aussi affirmer le nécessité de faire récit, c’est-à-dire de recoller les morceaux, de manière plus ou moins cohérente, c’est encore affirmer une direction dans le chaos ambiant.
Sunday 27 Septembre at 16:00
#EXPLORATION – MUTUAL EFFECTS : FOOD, CARE AND COMMONS IN SHEFFIELD, FROM CARPENTER TO COVID.
“Mutual Effects” draws together disparate stories of care, co-operation and conviviality in Sheffield. From a pedestrian pilgrimage to Edward Carpenter’s former Derbyshire farm commune to the grim reality of lives lived in the margins of Austerity Britain, a northern post-European city is seen through historical and contemporary prisms of grassroots food activism. The project is a collaboration between Out.Side.Film and Holy Pie productions, and focuses on the work of Foodhall, Open Kitchen Social Club and National Food Service.
#NOISES – Radio minutatures
Radio minutatures a proposal by Haris Sahačić. Since June 2017, Haris Sahačić, sound artist, has been conducting artistic research on “the quintessence as public space” as part of a European research and innovation project supported by Horizon 2020. This radio program is dedicated to the sound compositions resulting from his research conducted in Ljubljana.
Monday 28 Septembre at 14:00
#CONVERSATIONS – CONNECT. ORGANISE.
Sharing, connecting, up-scaling, networking, new alliances… Building a creative Europe also means succeeding in organizing collectively between very heterogeneous, fragile and fragmented individuals and situations. What new forms of collective organization can be imagined? In what diversity and solidarity and for what economy?