Jubilee supports the work of artists Justin Bennett, Eleni Kamma, Vincent Meessen, Vermeir & Heiremans, as well as collective research with invited artists and other guests

Exhibitions

BEHOLD, WE ARE HERE
Group exhibition curated by Hanni Kamaly with work by Vincent Meessen at the Lundskonsthall in Lund, Sweden
10/09 – 22/01/2023
Opening: 09/09/2022, 18-20h

Statecraft
Group exhibition featuring work by Eleni Kamma and Katya Ev at the National Museum of Contemporary Art - EMST in Athens
17/06 – 30/10/2022
Opening: 16/06/2022, 19h

Polyphone. Polyphonies visuelles et sonores
Vincent Meessen's One.Two.Three is shown within a group exhibition at Musée d'art et d'histoire Paul Eluard, Saint-Denis (France)
20/05 – 07/11/2022

7 Walks (resolution)
Vermeir & Heiremans have updated their Cabinet the lecture. It is on view at the Musée de la Ville d’eaux, Spa
03/04 – 13/11/2022

 

Awards & screenings

Vincent Meessen's  Juste un Mouvement has been awarded 'The Best Belgian Documentary' at Docville in Leuven. For a complete overview please check the updated list of screenings and awards, and the film's official website

Juste un Mouvement will be screened at the Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, accompanied by a talk with Marie Helene Pereira (Co-curator Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art and program director at Raw Material, Dakar)
13/09/2022

It is equally part of the 11th Mostra Ecofalante de Cinema, Sao Paulo
date TBC

 

Book launch

Being Together: A Manual For Living
Grace Ndiritu in conversation with art critic Pablo Larios at the occasion of the book launch of Being Together: A Manual For Living at Motto, Berlin
13/09/2022, 19h

 

Sound work

Radicaal Geroezemoes
Justin Bennett talks about his research into New Babylon in episode 1 of Radicaal GeroezemoesDe Sonische Stad, a sonic essay by Trashlinie
Online podcast (Dutch & English)

 

Collective research

Spinning PLOT
A one-week workshop organised by Julien de Smet, Vanessa Müller and Clémentine Vaultier (Botschaft) in the framework of Nomadic school of arts (KASK & Conservatorium, Ghent)
12 – 18/09/2022, Open to everyone (last minute enrolling accepted)

Reading Room #24: To an Institution of Critique
Working towards Emptor's third assembly of practice 'Whose institution?' Jubilee invites you to Reading Room #24. We will gather around the text 'From the Critique of Institutions to an Institution of Critique' by Andrea Fraser (2005), at Meyboom Artist-run Spaces (ground floor)
26/09/2022, 16-18h

Emptor, an artistic research on the ecology of artistic practice
Emptor, a chapter that is being set up from 2021 onwards by Jubilee, continues along the methodology and efforts of Jubilee's collective research project Caveat, actively applying the practice-based approach to 'property', an element that highly defines the economy of visual arts. Just as 'the contract' functioned as a filter and landing stage in Caveat, 'property' functions as a central notion, linking different discussions and research trajectories.

 

Publication

Making Matters: A Vocabulary for Collective Arts
Eleni Kamma contributed to Making Matters: A Vocabulary for Collective Arts, launched at documenta 15 in Kassel, a "glossary of keywords and concepts for enhancing collaboration in art and design" edited by Janneke Wesseling and Florian Cramer

 

Online archive

7 Walks (Congress)
Vermeir & Heiremans’ 7 Walks project continued its reflections in a two-day symposium with a series of presentations and collective discussions that challenge ownership issues of common resources, both natural (water) and social (art), at Meyboom Artist-run Spaces, Brussels on 18 – 19/05/2022. The audio files of the presentations are now online

 

Tool

Tracks
A new app designed for audiowalks and site-specific artistic research, currently in development in collaboration with Soundtrackcity, BNA-BBOT, Overtoon, Q-O2, and Beursschouwburg

 

Space available

Meyboom Artist-run Spaces

Available from 1 October: Jubilee's office/studio at Meyboom Artist-run Spaces. Centrally located at 34 Boulevard Pachécolaan, 1000 Brussels (walking distance from Central Station, next to Congress).