Linda Nochlin Fanzine, 3rd issue, cover: Meggy Rustamova
I am very happy that my work is part of LINDA NOCHLIN FANZINE's third issue.
50 years ago, in January 1971, Linda Nochlin's essay Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? was published in ARTnews magazine. Few art historians have been as influential, prolific and radical as Nochlin who, between 1960 and 2017, wrote seventeen books and countless articles in which she socially and historically examined, commented on and argued for equality for women in the arts. To mark the 50th anniversary of the essay, KIOSK aims to contextualise Nochlin's work and that of artists and writers, activists or designers who identify as women, in the creation of a set of 4 FANZINES. KIOSK's LINDA NOCHLIN FANZINE is published online on kiosk.art in a pdf that can be printed at home. (from https://kiosk.art/linda-nochlin-fanzine)
Artist residency at Firm Artlab from 18/10/21 to 18/12/21, Brussels
Exhibition: 17 and 18/12/21 - 27 and 28/01/22
STANCHE MANI - PREMIERE - 12 > 16.11.2019 at 20:00
Théâtre de la Vie, Brussels
Which kind of reflection can an artist bring on stage about the current social and political environment?
Stanche Mani is a feminist piece about this artistic engagement. Lisa Da Boit dances upon the ashes of Ferocia, her last enraged solo. She now shares the stage with Sophie de Beer, that replace Farah Chammah. They search together, with the complicity of Natalia Blanch as a witness of silence and persistence, for another sense of this broken world, deep in sorrow. Stanche Mani is a poem that keeps together the contradictions of reality, while offering a ray of hope, a light at the edge of darkness.
Concept & choreography: Lisa Da Boit / Text and voice : Sophie de Beer / Interpretation : Lisa Da Boit and Sophie de Beer / Visual univers : Natalia Blanch / Live music : Sofiane Remadna / Lights : Yoris Van den Houte / Direction assistant : Rudi Galindo / Promotion : Frank Barat, Anne Golaz. A creation of Giolisu, in coproduction with Théâtre de la Vie. With the support of Théâtre Marni, Grand Studio, la Roseraie, Centre Garcia Lorca & Espace Magh.
"Keep in touch"
Yamamo karate club, rue Gustave Biot 18, 1050 Bruxelles
4 and 5 May 2019. Vernissage 4 May 18h30
"La nuit de l'O qui bouge" included several writers and visual artists who work around the poetic and sonorous dimension of language. The event took place at The society of curiosities, saturday May 26, 123 rue de Clignancourt à Paris.
20h00 Inés de Bruyn et Nathalie Sabah, écho...graphie. 20h15 Anna Serra et Michael Filler, La forêt de la forêt. 20h30 Adélaïde Fériot, Tongues and eyes. 20h45 Thierry Bodson et Natalia Blanch, Parler minimal. 21h00 Aziyadé Baudouin-Talec, Vert et tendre. 21h15 Après la guerre (Stanislav Dorochenkov and Arthur Moulton) avec Vasco Cesaretti, Omnia vincint amor
Docta 12 'Intimacy'
Cover and illustrations: project Minimal drawings, Natalia Blanch.