GratuitCIVATalks

Cave Talks: Informal Gathering & Workshop

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Cave Talks est un rassemblement informel autour de la création, de l'écriture et de la réflexion commune sur les tactiques, pratiques et outils d'émancipation. Cave Talks vise à créer un espace neutre pour l'échange et la production collective, dans lequel toutes les conversations ont lieu.

Le format est né d'un dialogue avec le groupe et le journal Women Cave, qui se consacre à l'exploration des questions relatives à l'espace et à l'émancipation. 

Trois ateliers ouverts au public, avec les collectifs Bicoli, BLURBS - Generative Writing Club et Woman Cave, produiront une collection d'œuvres, de textes, de chutes, d'alphabets et de patchworks rassemblés dans un classeur. Cet objet prospectif fera partie des archives du CIVA. 

Vous êtes invités à apporter tout matériel, produit à la main ou imprimé au format A4, que vous souhaiteriez ajouter au classeur assemblé collectivement. Nous discuterons du contenu en groupe. 

Cave Talks fait partie de l'exposition Institution Building: Chapter 6 - Emancipation.

 

Dates
Samedi, 9 octobre, 2021
Heures
12:30 - 18:00
Langue(s)
EN
Lieu
CIVA
Coproduction
Organisé par Bicoli, BLURBS - Generative Writing Club et Woman Cave.

PROGRAMME 

12:30 Accueil avec café

13:00 Présentations 

14:00 Workshops 

Emancipation as reading

Bicoli Club

Emancipation as writing 

BLURBS - Generative Writing Club

Emancipation as crafting

Woman Cave

16:30 Repas collectif  

17:30 Assemblage du classeur Cave Talks.

 

Bicoli is a feminist common self-directed library. This project is born from the desire to gather and share freely books about feminism, LGBT social movement, decolonial movement, political ecology,… 

Beyond a library, it is a space of exchange, talks, and reflection. Bicoli collective sees reading as a tool for emancipation. For the reading not to be only a solitary act, the collective sets up “arpentage” (collective readings)  and  a range of events such as workshops, exhibitions, projections,…

 

BLURBS – Generative Writing Club is a creative writing club, that uses literature in its various forms – fiction, poetry, essay, biography - to establish a platform that fosters creativity, expression, and exchange by combining diverse perspectives on writing. Grounded in the belief that multilingualism is a resource more than a hurdle to overcome The generative writing club aims to explore what it means to develop and implement inclusive and accessible writing systems related to race, gender and social backgrounds in an urban environment.

 

Woman Cave is a transdisciplinary collective founded by artist Léticia Chanliau, architect Chloé Macary-Carney and anthropologist Aleksandra Belova that explores the notion of gender in spaces. Inspired by the red tent, new age feminine circles of discussion, they created the Woman Cave: a safe space to hold discussions. In 2021, they released the Woman Journal Vol. 1, a publication of heterogeneous, non-normative content that reunites works by more than 20 contributors from around the world. In preparation of Volume 2 focused on the theme “Power dynamics / Cohabitation,” they explore the patchwork and its history as a vector for emancipation and propose a patchwork occupation of CIVA during the Cave Talk October 9th.