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Kunstenaar Grace Ndiritu onderzoekt hoe de site van het vroegere Caermersklooster, waar de belangen van de verschillende personen en organisaties die de site gebruiken of bezitten in conflict staan met elkaar, kan dienen als model voor de praktijk van ‘commoning’ (gemeenschappelijk gebruik.) In samenwerking met Jubilee vzw.

De activiteiten zijn gratis (met uitzondering van de screening met Art cinema OFFoff) maar wel beperkt in aantal deelnemers. Geef hieronder aan aan welk event je graag wil deelnemen. Voor het eerste event op 7 september (kleine groep): omschrijf aub je relatie tot de site en een korte motivatie voor deelname.

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Artist Grace Ndiritu is examining how the site of the former Caermersklooster, where the interests of the different people and institutions who use or own the site are in conflict, can serve as a model for the practice of commoning.  In collaboration with Jubilee.

The events are free (except the screening with Art Cinema OFFoff) but limited in numbers. Please indicate below the event you would like to participate in. For the first event on 7 September (small group): please also describe your relationship to the site and a brief motivation for participation.


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Tuesday 7th September - 7pm to 9.30pm - A Therapeutic Townhall Meeting (ENG). In this playful performance, Grace Ndiritu will use meditation, letter writing and word-play to collectively unpack what the Truth and Reconciliation process means in the context of the ongoing dispute over the Caermersklooster site.
For the first event on 7 September (small group): please also describe your relationship to the site and a brief motivation  ///  Voor het eerste event op 7 september (kleine groep): omschrijf aub je relatie tot de site en een korte motivatie  
Monday 25th October - 8pm to 10.30pm - Contested land and Indigenous land rights (NL & ENG) - Screening by OFFoff Art Cinema, curated by Grace Ndiritu and Jubilee
Tuesday 2nd November - 7pm to 9pm - Local Knowledge (NL & ENG) - A fascinating talk by local residents sharing their personal archives and stories of living in the Patershol.
Thursday 25th November - 7pm to 9pm - Holistic Reading room (ENG) - Group reading of Giorgio Agamben’s philosophical book on the law of living together - The Highest Poverty: Monastic Rules and Form-of-Life
Friday 10th December - 7pm to 10pm - Public Debate: Commoning, Property Law and Indigenous Land Rights in the Belgian Context (ENG) - A public debate on ideas of Commoning, the Indigenous perspective on shared resources and what we can learn from it in relation to the history and social planning of Paterhols up to the present day the sale of the former Carmelite monastery.
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