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Cifas (suite...) proposes a research and creation workshop led by Claudia Bosse, nourished by the collections and history of the Royal Museum of Central Africa and by a work in situ in Matonge's galerie d'Ixelles.
In coproduction with Les Halles and the Royal Museum for Central Africa.
With the help of the Austrian Cultural Forum.
The base material will be created on the spot, with shop tenants and daily users of the galerie, through interviews and personal documents, and a process of rewriting stories connected to the space of the galerie, confronting the collected material with documents from the colonial memory from the Museum.
Participants will analyse spacial concepts, discuss texts, create performative frames, meet Museum scientists of different fields, analyse the handling of Museum collections and the particular story of the Museum in the history of colonialism.
This research will end with an installation / performance in the galerie d'Ixelles, made of stories, thoughts, memories, documents, life, everyday culture, history and practical presences, in the context of Festival Trouble, 23 to 27 April 2013.
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Claudia Bosse works on socio-political signs of the City, offering in her works new critical understandings of urban space through artistic forms of "displacement".
Claudia Bosse (D/A) born in 1969 in Germany is a graduate of Germany‘s Ernst Busch School of Dramatic Arts for theatre directing.
From 2006 to 2008 she was associate artist at Théâtre du Grütli, in Geneva.
Diversified approaches to performance and theatre, include spatial choreographies, hybrid theatre works in open-plan spaces, choral speech choreographies, theatre projects involving various segments of the public, urban interventions, installations and discourse of practice.
Cofounder and artistic director of theatercombinat. Various publications, lectures and teaching.
From 2006 to 2009, Claudia Bosse developed theatercombinat’s theatrical series “Producing Tragedy” together with Chris Standfest, Gerald Singer and others.
Since 2010, working with sound artist Guenther Auer and other artists on research into political theatre hybrids based on speech-, text-, and sound-readymades and autofiction.
Currently she prepares for 2013 "Some Democratic Fictions", a performative installation and "Ideal Paradise", a new performance about catastrophes in the series of "Political Hybrids" in collaboration with Guenther Auer and a production of theatercombinat.
The workshop led by Claudia Bosse ended on Tuesday 23 April with the opening of an installation in Galerie d'Ixelles in Matongé.
The workshop led by Claudia Bosse ends this Tuesday with the opening of an installation which will present the research and creation process done over the last two weeks at galerie d'Ixelles in Matonge.
A project by Claudia Bosse, developed during a two weeks research in collaboration with Bram Borloo, Koraline De Baere, Cathy Del Rizzo, René Georges, Nathalie Rozanes and the users of galerie d'Ixelles.
A live installation of activities, thoughts, stories, traces, documents, talking boxes, colonial photos, maps, confrontations..
A project in situ which deals with the positioning of (post)colonial structures, hierarchies of space, and promisses of objectified knowledge.
We invite you to come and see the result of this creation and research process Tuesday 23rd of April at 5pm at Galerie d'Ixelles, during Festival Trouble.
Opening: 23 April at 5pm
Live installation: 24-27 of April, 12-7 pm
In galerie d´Ixelles
Cifas (suite...) offers contemporary artists to illustrate its communication. Arno Debal illustrated the workshop "Galerie Royale Centrale - Rewriting History"
Belgian illustrator living in Kinshasa, his work is influenced by a large panel of references and recycled images from urban society. His creations address contemporary themes, triturated and remixed, always tinged with an offbeat humour.