KOMPLOT

Disorder at Bozar

19/06/2018


 Exhibition organised in the framework of the European project 'Trauma and Revival'

Partners: Etablissement d'en face, Gallery of Contemporary Art Bunkier Sztuki, KASK, School of Arts Ghent, kim? Contemporary Art Center, Komplot, La Loge, Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, University of Jyväskylä, ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe

Support: Co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union; Chancellery of the Prime Minister of Belgium, Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Flemish Government, Federation of Brussels and Wallonia, City Council of Krakow, Polish Institute - Cultural Service of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Brussels, Permanent Representation of Lithuania to the European Union, Lithuanian Culture Institute, Finnish Cultural Institute, Frame - Contemporary Art Finland, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Estonia, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Latvia, Riga City Council, The State Culture Capital Foundation, Latvia 100, Mondriaan Fund, OCA - Office for Contemporary Art Norway, Romanian Cultural Institute, Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Brussels, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee (Iaspis), Embassy of Sweden

Artists: Abel Auer, Steinar Haga Kristensen, LIFE SPORT, Dan Perjovschi, Apparatus 22, Bebe Books (Ruud Van Moorleghem & Mert Send), Goeun Choi aka Chego, Karol Radziszewski, Doireann O’Malley, Jean-Samuel N’Sengi, JF. Pierets, Jurgen Ots, Marie-Fleur Lefebvre, Marijke De Roover, Megan-Leigh Heilig, Mikolaj Sobczak & Nicholas Grafia, Simone Gad, Aline Bouvy, Mathias Prenen, Ugo Woatzi, Kiwanoid, Andris Indans & Laura Ziemele, Kara-Lis  Coverdale, Jelena Glazova, Gundega Graudina, Patrick Tubin McGinley, Raul Keller, Kaspars Groševs, Lisa Rave, Ana Vaz, Tinne Zenner, John Smith, Maxime Jean-Baptiste, Raoul DeKeyser, Albert Setola, Balder (Boudewijn Van Hoecke), Roger Raveel, Pol Mara, Willy Plompen, Johan Mahieu, Willy Van den Bussche (ed.), Dirk De Vos (ed.), Natalia Kozhukhovskaya, Bora Akinciturk, Nils Alix-Tabeling, Julie Bena, Francisco Camacho Herrera, Arnaud Eubelen, Jade Fourès-Varnier & Vincent de Hoÿm, Julien Goniche, Katerina Kana, Hardijs Lediņš, Imants Žodžiks, Kris Lemsalu, Salvatore Moro, Enrico Piras, Alessandro Sau, Alex Morrison, Adler Murada, Cécile Noguès, Jaakko Pallusvuo & Viktor Timofeev, Carl Palm, Marthe Ramm Fortun, Aili Vint, Elise Van Moorik, Jan Brož, Adam Kokesch, Jiří Kovanda, Alice Nikitinova, Vlad Nancă, Jasanský & Polák, Julius Reichel, Jiří Skála, Romana Drdová, Matei Bejenaru, Jiří Černický, Darja Bajagić, Veronika Bromová, Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia Tkáčová, Matyáš Chochola, Aurora Király, Dragana Sapanjoš, AВДeЙ Тeр-ОганЬян (Avdey Ter-Organyan), Mark Ther, Christian Steiner, Jana Želibská, Marge Monko, Habima Fuchs, Zsófia Keresztes, Pavla Malinová, Atis Jākobsons, Ioana Nemeş, Adéla Součková, Petr Štembera, Pavel Brăila, Piotr Bosacki, Václav Litvan, Adrian Kiss, Jerzy Truszkowski, Piotr Łakomy, Gizela Mickiewicz, Jimena Mendoza, Richard Nikl, Emöke Vargová, Martin Vongrej, Wojciech Bąkowski, David Maljkovic, Pakui Hardware, Anežka Hošková, Andreas Angelidakis, Andros Zins Browne, Hanne Lippard, Michael Van den Abeele

Curators: Maria Arusoo, Griet Bonne, Hilde Borgermans, Nathalie Cohen, Romuald Demidenko, Christine Denamur, Sonia Dermience, Maaike Descendre, Liliana Do Nascimento, Eva Dobbels, Maxime Gourdon, Laura Herman, Antony Hudek, Helene Jacques, Valentinas Klimasauskas, Alice Lefebvre, Xavier Mary, Marta Masiero, Alicja Melzacka, Michal Novotný, Enrico Piras, Bert Puype, Els Roelandt, Maija Rudovska, Alessandro Sau, Anne-Claire Schmitz, Benedict Vandaele, Etienne Wynants, Anna Zhironkina

Concept & curatorial management: Kathleen Weyts
Curators and moderators Variations on Vulnerability: Aria Spinelli and Elena Sorokina

Our space occupied by Saloon

03/03/2018


Vorstse Steenweg 90 Chaussée de Forest 1060 Brussels

9 March - 15 July

Saloon program at Komplot



New Day New Money To Be Made

27/09/2017


 

New Day New Money To Be Made is a quote taken from the pop song Black Barbie by Nicki Minaj addressing the ambient precarity. Time is money. Today’s capitalist society hardly leaves us the time to perform one mission, and we already need to look for the next one. No time to think. This exhausting rhythm of searching for work, finding new clients, making the job and getting paid; This constant reinvention of the self in every challenging moment of uncertainty, became the obsessive, repetitive patterns of our post-colonial, post-proletarian, post-work conditions. These routines in which you are kept captive, prevent the possibility to break through. Precarity is constructed to make change impossible. What about social welfare? What about psychological welfare? Reality check? Paycheck. No time to lose. 


This was the statement text of our last series of emerging artists shows in Komplot that we wish to extend to all the practice!



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