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Stroom Den Haag

Hogewal 1-9

2514 HA Den Haag

Netherlands

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This edition of 'Uncertainty Seminars' examines how artists become engaged in activating or supporting systems of mutual care and respect.

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This special edition of Uncertainty Seminars examines how artists become engaged in activating or supporting systems of mutual care, dignity and respect. The sessions function as a platform for our guest artists and their performative actions, for conversations, workshops, and community building sessions. The time we spend together will offer all participants a generative space to reflect and build dialogue around interlocking themes of solidarity, resistance, and connection around topics such as care, mutual aid, housing insecurity, citizenship, gender, co-dependency, inequality, alienation and belonging.

Programmed by artist / organizer Jules Rochielle Sievert, who will be tuning in LIVE from New York! On site moderator is: Marc Allen Herbst.

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For in person attendance at Stroom Den Haag there is a limited amount of 15 tickets per day available. Ticket price per day: 10,- euro (including a simple meal). Please select the appropriate date to order your ticket(s).

PROGRAM SCHEDULE: FRIDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 2020

During the whole event: Foundation We Are (Artist Collective)- Online buddies and social media take over.

16:00-16.15 hrs:

Opening comments Jules Rochielle and Marc Herbst

16:30-17:30 hrs:

Marc Allen Herbst and Ali Schwartz (Artist Collaborative)

Movement Workshop dealing with concepts of care, relations and impulse - connecting and caring across differences. The workshop will explore social organization, and the balance between individuality and collectivity, it will offer participants a reflection and experience about working with one's existential and social needs.

17:45-19:00 hrs:

Louwrien Wijers and Egon Hanfstingl (Artist Collaboration)

Performance, Meal and Discussion.

19:15-20:00 hrs:

Natasha Falkov (Artist)

Talk on Organizing and Building Solidarity

Natasha Falkov works as an organizer for United Voices of the World, a London based grassroots union that are currently unionizing precarious workers.

20:15-20:30 hrs:

Karina Zavidova (Design Researcher)*

Short talk about launching a survey on the conditions of work of non-EU citizens in the Dutch arts & culture field. *Karina’s kiosk is also a static site that she hosts at various parts of the US: Care event.

20:45-21:30 hrs:

Maartje Fliervoet, Martín La Roche Contreras, Arefeh Riahi (Artist Collaboration)

To See the Inability to See, a collaborative anarchival research and performance.

21:30 hrs:

Closing comments by Marc Herbst and Jules Rochielle

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE: SATURDAY 26 SEPTEMBER 2020

During the whole event: Foundation We Are (Artist Collective)- Online buddies and social media take over. Plus: Karina Zavidova (Design Researcher) with a Kiosk - launching a survey on the conditions of work of non-EU citizens in the Dutch arts & culture field.

16:00-16.15 hrs:

Opening comments Jules Rochielle and Marc Herbst

16:30-17:15 hrs:

Maartje Fliervoet, Martín La Roche Contreras, Arefeh Riahi (Artist Collaboration)

To See the Inability to See, a collaborative anarchival research and performance.

17:30-18:15 hrs:

Matthijs de Bruijne and Cecilia Vallejos (Artists Collaborative)

Presentation, Video and Conversation.

18:30-19:15 hrs:

Artists from the USA (Boston and New York)

Facilitated conversation and dialogue between Jules Rochielle, L'Merchie Frazier, Gloretta Baynes, Ngoc Tran Vu, Sean Desiree and Trans Boxing.

Panel, Dialogue and short format presentations. The conversations will be about the dual pandemics in the USA: conversational topics will reflect on: housing justice, sexual identity, our bodies, safety, race, class, social economics, historic racism and systems of collective care.

19:30-21:00 hrs:

We Sell Reality (Artist Collective)

A banner making workshop in which we will invite all people present to take part in a collective creative process in which we will explore how to create relationships of codependency in a world that is based on fundamental inequalities.

21:00 hrs:

Closing comments Marc Herbst and Jules Rochielle

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MORE ABOUT THE ARTISTS

For extended information visit: www.stroom.nl

Jules Rochielle Sievert (USA) works at the intersection of art and activism, at the moment mainly in New York and Boston. In November 2019 Jules was a participant in the Stroom Reading Residency program.

Foundation We Are (The Netherlands) is a consulting design agency. They use collaborative design in order to transform social and legal systems.

Louwrien Wijers (The Netherlands) is an artist and writer who was and is active in international art movements like Fluxus, conceptual art, performance art and social sculpture.

Egon Hanfstingl (Germany), is a chef and artist, who works with food and a long-time collaborator of Louwrien Wijers.

Marc Allen Herbst (Germany) is an interdisciplinary thinker, editor and artist. In 2001 he co-founded the Journal of Aesthetics & Protest.

Alexandra (Ali) Schwartz (Germany) enjoys supporting people individually in their search process and creating safer spaces for self-empowerment and solidarity. She recently founded the queer collective POLYMORA Inc.

We Sell Reality (The Netherlands) is a design label that creates products and produces public interventions to make the precarious situation of refugees in limbo visible.

Maartje Fliervoet (The Netherlands) studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, Cooper Union in New York, the Sandberg Institute and the University of Amsterdam.

Martín La Roche (Chile) is an artist based in Amsterdam. He is the director of the Musée Légitime ("a nomad museum inside a hat").

Arefeh Riahi (Iran) is a visual artist and researcher currently based in The Hague.

Karina Zavidova is an independent researcher, writer and graphic designer based in The Hague. For the past three years she has been studying the conditions of work of non-EU citizens self-employed in the Dutch arts and culture sector.

Natasha Falkov (New Zealand) is a Berlin-based organiser, writer and filmmaker, who works for the grass roots union United Voices of the World.

Matthijs de Bruijne is an artist who lives and works in Amsterdam. His practice is a result of being in political collaboration with trade unions and labor organizations.

Cecilia Vallejos is an artist and researcher who lives and works in Amsterdam. She frequently collaborates with artist Matthijs de Bruijne.

L'Merchie Frazier (USA) is a fiber artist and holographer and poet, and is a.o. director of education and interpretation for the Museum of African American History in Boston.

Gloretta Baynes (USA) is an independent curator and consultant. Currently she is the Chair of the African American Master Artists in Residency Program (AAMARP), a visual and performing arts facility in Boston.

Ngoc-Tran Vu (Vietnam) is a Vietnamese American artist whose socially engaged work draws from her experience as a community organizer, educator, and healer.

Sean Desiree (USA) is an artist and furniture maker from the Bronx. They produced the seven city concert series Art Funds Art Tour. At each performance one local queer and/or trans artist of color was selected to receive a grant funded by the profits from ticket sales.

Trans Boxing (USA) is a boxing club and collaborative project that centers the participation of trans and gender variant people and partners with local gyms and community organizations, thus increasing availability to people who typically experience barriers to access.

Banner design: Studio The Rodina

Uncertainty Seminars are made possible by the generous support of the Mondriaan Fund, BankGiro Loterij Fonds and The City of The Hague.

Organization: Stroom Den Haag

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