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Programma najaar 2017 - voorjaar 2018
Opening 01.12.2017, 20:00
02.12.2017 - 04.02.2018
De Iraanse kunstenares Nazgol Ansarinia (1979, Teheran) maakt sculpturen, tekeningen, muur- en textielwerken waarin ze haar alledaagse leven in de stad Teheran tracht te verwerken, meer specifiek de complexe relatie tussen de privé-omgeving en de gecontroleerde publieke ruimte. Het kapitalisme baant steeds dieper zijn weg in de hedendaagse Iraanse samenleving en verandert langzaam maar zeker het aangezicht van de stad. Ansarinia filmt de afbraak van gebouwen, analyseert deze processen en zal hun ‘afdrukken’ in KIOSK in de vorm van patronen, collages, sculpturen en een videowerk verbeelden. Het idee van fragmentatie, constructie en deconstructie verbindt alle werken. Op deze manier geeft ze indirect vorm aan de dagelijkse bewegingsstromen en de vele ontwikkelingen die deze stad momenteel definiëren.
Opening 16.02.2018, 20:00
17.02.2018 - 08.04.2018
About ‘Show Me Your Archive and I Will Show You Who is in Power’
-Co-curator Nataša Petrešin Bachelez about the exhibition: https://vimeo.com/223027895
-Image story by Contemporary Art Daily: http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/2017/06/group-show-at-kiosk/
-Mylène Ferrand wrote a text for Contemporary And, platform for contemporary art from african perspectives: http://www.contemporaryand.com/magazines/the-origins-of-feminist-intersectionality/
-What do the Dolle Mina's, Solange and Angela Davis have in common? Read Claire Stragier's text: https://medium.com/onrust/show-me-your-archive-and-i-will-tell-you-who-is-in-power-3a756feb4b63
-Or read Élisabeth Lebovici's thoughts on the exhibition on her blog: http://le-beau-vice.blogspot.be/2017/06/a-la-portee-des-archives-une-exposition.html
#SMYA Chapter 6: Muslim Feminism in Belgium and Secular Liberal Constraints
The last chapter within the framework of Show Me Your Archive and I Will Tell You Who is in Power will focus on an Islamic feminism in Belgium and how Muslim women organize themselves to achieve their fundamental rights within secular liberal constraints.
The event will feature a keynote by Iman Lechkar (dr. in Social and Cultural Anthropology, 2012, KUL) followed by a panel discussion with Fatma Arikoglu (Ella vzw — center for gender and ethnicity), Nella van den Brandt (postdoc in Humanities at Universiteit Utrecht) & Samira Saleh, moderated by Sophie Withaeckx (doctor in Philosophy and Moral Science and associated with RHEA) and a slam poetry performance by Samira Saleh.
The evening, and the exhibition as well, will end with a small drink.
For the first time: GHENT SOIREE2! Galeries and off-spaces in Ghent open their doors on Friday 9 June from 6 till 10 pm for a fascinating evening tour along the work of contemporary artists.
KIOSK will be open until 22:00 and there will be a guided tour in the exhibition Show Me Your Archive and I Will Tell You Who is in Power at 19:30 (free).
More information: Gentmatinees.gentkunst.be
#SMYA Chapter 5: Speak Up/Make Your Way - Amandine Gay
#SMYA Chapter 4: A Short History of the Future, by Kapwani Kiwanga
Kapwani Kiwanga, one of the participating artists in 'Show Me Your Archive and I Will Tell You Who is in Power', will bring her lecture performance 'Afrogalactica II: The Black Star Chronicles'. In a performance with live reading and video projection, Kiwanga takes on the role of a fictional anthropologist. In this role, she speculates about the future and researches Afrofuturism as a tool to look at the past from an African or African diasporic perspective. Kiwanga toys with the voice of authority. By using humor, she tries to disrupt hegemonic narratives and give voice to fictional stories. Kapwani Kiwanga (1978, Ontario, CA) lives and works in Oaris (FR). She studied anthropology and comparative religious studies at McGill University (Montréal, CA). In her work, she struggles with Afrofuturism, anti-colonialism, collective memory, belief systems and ways in which different cultures approach the supernatural.
#SMYA Chapter 3: On Cahiers du Grif - lecture by Mara Montanaro
For the third chapter of ‘Show Me Your Archive and I Will Tell You Who is in Power’, Mara Montanaro will give a lecture on the journal ‘Cahiers du Grif’. These Cahiers du ‘Groupe de Recherche et d’Information Féministes’ was the first and most influential French-language feminist journal. In 1973 it was co-founded by Belgian writer, philosopher and feminist Françoise Collin. The first cahier, titled ‘Le feminisme, pour quoi faire?’ (1973), questioned the young feminist movement and introduced an element of reflection in Belgian second-wave feminism, that up to then mostly consisted of manifestations (like the Dolle Minas). The editorial office, that comprised of only females, moved from Paris to Brussels in 1982. Mara Montanaro is Doctor of Philosophy associated with LEGS (Laboratoire d’études de genre et sexualités), Université Paris 8. Her main research interests are contemporary French philosophy, feminist theories and gender and postcolonial studies. Please note that this event will be in French.
For more information on ‘Show Me Your Archive and I Will Tell You Who is in Power’:
27.04.2017 - 16.06.2017
Opening event: April 27th, 7pm
Opening exhibition: April 28th, 8pm
Featuring both archival material and newly commissioned art works, the exhibition and public program trace the beginnings of a transnational and intersectional perspective in Belgian feminism and beyond.
4 May 2017
5 May 2017
31 May 2017
1 June 2017
7 June 2017
16 June 2017
KIOSK will be open until 10 PM during the evening openings.
And on May 5th, there will be a guided tour in the exhibition 'Show Me Your Archive and I Will Tell You Who is in Power' at 7:30 pm (free).
Writings on Shilpa Gupta’s ‘Drawing in the Dark’
Shilpa Gupta on the cover of HART#167
New KIOSK artist edition by Zoe Beloff!
You can become a member of KIOSK for as little as €50! As part of your one-year membership, you will receive among others this 2017 artist edition by Zoe Beloff, titled Ha! Ha! Ha! - after Dave Fleischer. The work is part of a series on what the artist describes as ‘taxonomies of emotions’. It starts from the idea that the ever-growing amount of data about our lives that is stored online might one day soon take on monstrous and pseudo-human qualities; or, as American IT company IBM puts it: ‘Welcome to the Cognitive Era’. More information here.
16 February 2017
2 March 2017
15 March 2017
30 March 2017
KIOSK will be open until 10 PM during the evening openings. On March 2nd, 15th and 30th, there will be a guided tour of Shilpa Gupta's exhibition Drawing in the Dark at 7:30 PM.
Lecture Shilpa Gupta
Shilpa Gupta gives a lecture at the School of Arts - University College Ghent. This lecture has been organized within the framework of her exhibition Drawing in the Dark at KIOSK. In collaboration with KASK lecture series.
Closing event Dorothy Iannone
Sunday, 29.01.2017, 3pm
New Years drink & public reading from Iannone's artist book An Icelandic Saga.
20 December 2016
13 January 2017
26 January 2017
KIOSK will be open until 10 PM during the evening openings. On October 6th and November 10th, there will be a guided tour of Dorothy Iannone's exhibition Lineage of Love at 7:30 PM.
New edition! ULLA VON BRANDENBURG
Two-colour woodcut on paper
More information here.
Finissage: walk & talk by Jérémie Gindre
Sunday, 20.11.2016, 11am
On this last day of the exhibition Jérémie Gindre invites us for a walk through the temporary campsite he has installed at KIOSK for the past two months. The panoramic autumnal landscape is further expanded through a lecture in which the artist reads from his own literary works and from a number of novels that inspired him in creating 'Kamp Kataloog'. More information here.
Welcome to the last Gent Matinees event this year on Sunday December 4th! Along with other art spaces and galleries in Ghent, KIOSK will open its doors from 11 am to 6 pm. You can find a list and map of the participating locations here.
Gent Matinees in 2017:
New book! CAMP CATALOG
Coinciding with the exhibition is the publication of Jérémie Gindre’s artist’s book 'Camp Catalog' (2016).
More information here.
6 October 2016
14 October 2016
10 November 2016
KIOSK will be open until 10 PM during the evening openings. On October 6th and November 10th, there will be a guided tour of Jérémie Gindre's exhibition 'Kamp Kataloog' at 7:30 PM.
New edition! KATINKA BOCK
Five Speakers (radio canon)
The edition consists of five unique sculptures that form one sculpture shared by five people.
More information here (sold out).
Evening openings & screenings
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Thursday, May 26, 2016
KIOSK will be open until 10 PM during the evening openings. There will be a guided tour of Peter Wächtler's exhibition '9' at 7:30 PM and screenings of a selection of his animation films in KIOSK's screening room at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm.
'Untitled (rat)' (2013, 14’00”)
'Untitled' (2012, 8’26”)
'Untitled (hobo)' (2013, 11’26”)
Launch Posture Editions N° 19: Nel Aerts ‘Hundred Zundert’
Sunday, April 17th 2016, exhibition open from 10am until 7pm, book launch at 5pm
Nel Aerts spent a three-month residency at the Vincent Van GoghHuis in Zundert. Posture Editions selected one hundred of the drawings she made there and rendered them full-sized in the publication Hundred Zundert. Nel Aerts already presented a first set of these drawings during her recent exhibition Billenkoek at KIOSK, and for this occasion she will return with a single-day show and a silkscreen poster edition.
Thursday 25 February 2016
Thursday 17 March 2016
Thursday 24 & 25 March 2016 (TUMULTINGENT#4)
KIOSK will be open until 10 PM during the evening openings. There will be a guided tour of the exhibition Digitalis at 7:30 PM.
GROEPSDRUK presents at KIOSK
Thursday, February 4th, 2016, 19:00
GROEPSDRUK, a publishing house at the edge of the possible, presents its previous publications and some new works at KIOSK. GROEPSDRUK started a new series of collected poems entitled 'Haal het woord waar het zit’. Within this range the following new publications are presented:
-'Blauw' by Bert Huyghe
-'Tegenlucht’ by Joris De Rycke, read aloud by Gerard Herman
-‘Opgesomde woorden waarin twee andere woorden verborgen liggen’ by Gerard Herman, in book and installation form
Finissage Miet Warlop & Nel Aerts
Sunday January 31st, 2016, 15:00 - 18:00
On the last day of the exhibitions by Miet Warlop and Nel Aerts, KIOSK organizes a finissage, in the presence of both artists. The guided tour will be followed by a performance by Miet Warlop and a group of performers.
Dinner KIOSK @ Publik
Friday, January 29th, 2016, 19:00
We cordially invite you to attend a dinner in support of KIOSK at restaurant Publiek in Ghent.
Publiek, the starred restaurant by Flemish Foodie Olly Ceulenaere and Kelly Dehollander, welcomes us with a gastronomic five-course dinner.
Thursday 3 December 2015 (with lecture by Christian Falsnaes at 8 PM)
Thursday 17 December 2015
Thursday 28 January 2016
The exhibitions of Nel Aerts and Miet Warlop at KIOSK will be open until 10 PM. There will be a guided tour of the exhibitions at 7:30 PM.
Canvas meet & greet with Nel Aerts
Thursday January 14th, 19:00
The Belgian public TV show De Canvasconnectie featured Nel Aerts, the episode can be watched online in full length here. January 14th, Canvas and KIOSK offer you a personal tour by Nel Aerts in her show 'Billenkoek', followed by a drink and some appetizers. (No more places available)
Guided tour by Nel Aerts and Miet Warlop
Thursday January 14th, 15:00
KIOSK organizes a free exhibition walk-through with both artists. Welcome!
After Talk events
Thursday 3 December, 8pm
Lecture Christian Falsnaes
In collaboration with KASKlezingen
Sunday 6 December, 3pm
Book presentation Zachary Formwalt – Three Exchanges, in the presence of the artist. Followed by a screening of the video work An Unknown Quantity (2015, 35').
In collaboration with KASKcinema
More information here.
In preparation of
A picture from Miet Warlop molding, shaping, preparing the exhibition Crumbling Down the Circle of My Iconoclasm.
And Nel Aerts is preparing her show Billenkoek in the Vincent Van GoghHuis in Zundert where she is doing an artist-in-residence for three months.
Thursday 15 October 2015
Thursday 5 November 2015
Thursday 12 November 2015
KIOSK will be open until 10 PM during the evening openings. There will be a guided tour of the exhibition I Stand Like A Mirror Before You by Leonor Antunes at 7:30 PM.
“The Title Is Your Name” online
The first "The Title Is Your Name" video performances can be viewed online here. The video works are part of Christian Falsnaes' current show at KIOSK.
Together we made ‘Front (Kareth Schaffer)’!
We did it, we crushed it, we nailed it! Congratulations to all of you who helped and cheered during the performance on the opening night of Christian Falsnaes' show, last Saturday, April 25th.
Wednesday 6 May 2015
Thursday 28 May 2015
KIOSK will be open until 10 PM during the evening openings. There will be a guided tour of Christian Falsnaes' exhibition 'Front (Kareth Schaffer)' at 7:30 PM.
Thursday 5 March 2015
Thursday 12 March 2015
Wednesday 25 March 2015 --> on the occasion of TUMULTINGENT#3 guided tours between 7.30 PM and 10 PM
KIOSK will be open until 10 PM during the evening openings. There will be a guided tour of the exhibition 'Vibrant Matter' at 7:30 PM.
KIOSK thanks you for the wonderful celebration!
Last Friday we celebrated our 5th anniversary with the opening of the group exhibition Vibrant Matter and a party at KASKcafé, you can find pictures on our Facebook page here.
Opening ‘Vibrant Matter’ exhibition & KIOSK’s 5th anniversary celebration
Opening: 13.02.2015, 8 PM
& Party at KASKcafé, from 9 PM onward, with:
DJ Frédéric Van de Velde (Nachtlawaai)
DJ Andy K.P.
Finissage Katinka Bock & Katja Mater
Sunday February 1st, 2015, 15:00 - 18:00
On the last day of the exhibitions Nebenwege by Katinka Bock and Fields on a Line by Katja Mater, KIOSK organizes an exhibition walk-through with both artists and a live screening of analogue film work by Katja Mater. More information here.
Mater and Bock online
Le Salon invited PhD researcher Jana Haeckel to visit Katja Mater's show 'Fields on a Line'. Haeckel and Mater share their observations and experiences in this online interview!
Also appeared online on the occasion of Katja Mater's and Katinka Bock's exhibitions: a review on Trendbeheer and warm recommendations on Waterschoenen.blogspot and Seeyouthere.
Vincent Meessen’s ‘Patterns for (Re)cognition’ @ Kunsthalle Basel
Initiated in KIOSK in 2013, Meessen's exhibition project Patterns for (Re)cognition kept unfolding and will open February 12th, 2015 in Kunsthalle Basel with an even bigger collection of abstract works by the Congolese painter Thela Tendu.
Thursday 4 December 2014 - Ghent Museum Night
Thursday 18 December 2014
Wednesday 21 January 2015
KIOSK will be open until 10 pm during the evening openings. There will be a guided tour of the exhibitions Nebenwege by Katinka Bock and Fields on a Line by Katja Mater at 19.30 pm on December 18th and January 21st.
Happy 2015 !
KIOSK wishes you a Happy Holiday Season and a prosperous New Year 2015!
Closed on Monday through Thursday during the end-of-year period (22.12.2014 – 04.01.2015). Open on Friday (2pm - 6pm) and during the weekend (11am - 6pm).
The Ghent Art Week opens December 4rd with an exhibition and pop-up booths from Ghent art venues at the Oude Vismijn & the Ghent Museum Night. It ends December 7th with another edition of Gent Matinee. KIOSK takes part in all these initiatives. You can find more information here.
Gent Matinee, Sunday December 7th, 2014
Welcome to the Gent Matinee event, this Sunday, December 7th. Along with other art spaces and galleries in Ghent, KIOSK will open its doors from 11 am to 6 pm. You can find a list and map of the participating locations here.
Runa Islam talks about ‘Anatomical Study’
Watch the video online on our Vimeo channel: https://vimeo.com/109902212
Thursday 16 October 2014
Thursday 30 October 2014
KIOSK will be open until 10 pm during the evening openings. There will be a guided tour of the exhibition 'Anatomical Study' at 19.30 PM.
School of Arts newspaper featuring Runa Islam
School of Arts - University College Ghent has a new bimonthly publication, focussing on the school's extra-academic activities. Among others, it includes a written preview on Runa Islam's show at KIOSK (in Dutch). You can read it online on the School of Arts tumblr.