8 November 2019, 20.30-21.30

Le Guess Who? Vincent Moon & Priscilla Telmon present SACRED✚S (with special guests Angel Bat Dawid & The Brothahood)

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Priscilla Telmon & Vincent Moon are a collaborating multidisciplinary artist duo working as independent filmmakers and sound-explorers. Together they produce ethnographic experimental films and music recordings, based on material collected from their numerous travels. Their aim is to explore the boundaries between cinema, music, and expanded forms of modern rituals. For Le Guess Who? they are creating a unique performance, inviting Angel Bat Dawid and her band The Brothahood on stage, and working mainly with footage that they will all record the day before the performance. A unique site-specific creation, not to be missed.

This event is part of the Le Guess Who? program and is only open to people with a Le Guess Who? wristband. 

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Course: Art as Politics [Open Call closed]

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BAK Public Studies offers the new online course Art as Politics. This digital extension of BAK Public Studies is prompted by the urgency to continue collective thinking through, learning about, and imagining critical, politically-informed artistic practices that grasp—and intervene into—the present.

Dates: Mondays and Thursdays on 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, and 25 June 2020, 19–21 hrs CET. [Please note: this Open Call is now closed and the course is fully booked].