TOPOS 3:
TOPOS 3: Social Mobilisation Processes through Film and Poetry
TOPOS 3: Social Mobilisation Processes through Film and Poetry

On Friday June 17th, wpZimmer hosts a “Poetry and Film” evening in the frame of TOPOS 3: Evening School of Gentle Disarming. The program was made possible by writer and owner of queer bookshop ‘Kartonnen Doos’ Johanna Pas and Sirah Foighel Brutmann and Eitan Efrat who work in the audiovisual field.

The evening will highlight the role of film and poetry in the social mobilization processes through five different films, as well as a poetry and fairytale reading by Johanna Pas.

discover the program here
TOPOS
New Collective Residency: TOPOS 3
New Collective Residency: TOPOS 3

For the coming three weeks we embark on a new Topos Journey, introducing Ahilan Ratnamohan, Siniša Ilić, The Agency of Singular Investigations and Zorka Wollny, who will be molding the collective residency. As part of this collective residency, we are hosting multiple gatherings which we refer to as ‘The Evening School of Gentle Disarming‘ – these will be guided, shaped and facilitated by each invited artist using their own artistic practice as a tool for exploration. For more information on how to attend these gatherings and help shape the conversations, you can discover the full program here.

TOPOS
TOPOS 3: The Evening School of Gentle Disarming
TOPOS 3: The Evening School of Gentle Disarming

We introduce our third edition of TOPOS, a format enabled with the sole purpose to join our artistic community with our neighbourhood and community members. It’s a format that highlights wpZimmer’s aim to not solely act as a physical meeting place, but as a collective space for discussion and education. With The Evening School of Gentle Disarming we created a public and closed program where invited artists and participants mold conversations, exploring collective behaviour, mobilisation and demobilisation, collective imagination and alternative futures…

wpZimmer calls you to be part of TOPOS 3 – You can find more information on both the closed and public program HERE.

RESIDENCY
New in Residency: Nikolas Lestaeghe
Nikolas Lestaeghe
New in Residency: Nikolas Lestaeghe

Joining us in residency these past two weeks is theatre maker and co-founder of collective KAK BRUSSELS Nikolas Lestaeghe.

With Alcoholistan, Nikolas sets up an interactive installation wherein he analyses the architecture of the bar setting – one that is geared towards the consumption of alcohol.
Joined by the audience, he wants to explore the symbols of a bar and examine the temptations annd recklessness that live in this setting.

Read More about Nikolas’ work and personal connection he has to his current artistic practice HERE.

Calendar

June

02/06
CC Berchem (Antwerpen)

March