Eleni Kamma presents her ongoing research in the first edition of TALKS, a series of meetings organised by Center for Artistic Sensibilities
31/05/2020, 19:30 – 21h
Live stream via link on Center for Artistic Sensibilities
Center for Artistic Sensibilities invited three guests for the launch of the first edition of the TALKS series. Tine Deboelpaep, Ella de Burca, and Eleni Kamma will be discussing their ongoing research projects in a live Skype meeting. Kamma is currently a PhD Arts candidate at Leiden University and KABK in the Hague. Her research revolves around the notion of ‘parrhesia’, which implies “not only freedom of speech, but also the obligation to speak the truth for the common good, even at personal risk, by questioning how the notion of entertainment relates to personal expression and public participation.” Her artistic practice “develops performative strategies and creates temporary spaces of shared experience, where co-creation may be possible.”
TALKS is a series of meetings, which can also veer into a debate, a presentation, or a performance. Artists at different stages of their careers are invited to present their works (especially works-in-progress or yet unrealised ideas), to share their doubts and questions, and to exchange feedback in an informal atmosphere.
The meeting will take place online, via Skype, and thus the number of places is limited. If you would like to actively join this edition of TALKS, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be contacted with further instructions on how to join the conversation. TALKS will also be streamed live. To tune into this live streaming, follow the link on Center for Artistic Sensibilities‘s Facebook account.
All TALKS are held in English.
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