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BEFORE WE FORGET

18-05-19 12:00 -03-08-19 17:00



(Graduation Project of iArts Graduate Anneliek Peters)

History is not only hidden in old buildings and books, but also in the

people around you. This exposition invites the audience to jump into the realm of oral history by interacting with some surprising and fascinating stories, collected through simply listening to the ones that are still around. 

BEFORE WE FORGET is an exposition that invites its audience to jump into the realm of oral history by interacting with some surprising and fascinating stories, collected through simply listening to the ones that are still around. The exposition emphasises the importance of preserving these stories through interviews, and utilises this as a call-to-action for the audience to participate in the project by collecting stories from those near to them.

 

For more details and exact times, see Graduation Booklet

Body Never Lies exhibition- opening performance by HALLI

07-06-19



(Graduation Project of iArts Graduate Holly Hudson)

HALLI, an Irish musician and visual storyteller will host an exhibition titled ‘Body Never Lies’ at HAE Maastricht. The exhibition will focus on her current research into how people relate to their bodies. This research is part of the developing visual language for her upcoming release titled Body Never Lies.

7th of June, opening performance by HALLI at 18:00 - 18.30, Body Never Lies exhibition open until 20.00.

8th of June, Body Never Lies exhibition open 12:00-17:00.

 

Where is home¿? It’s something about the seemingly simplest of questions and answers that are most mysterious. Despite the fact that this question has surely been posed at many a mountain top by both the richest and poorest of persons – we rarely answer it with ‘my body is my home’. Often, the home we choose to embrace is located somewhere outside of ourselves. This is strange when you think of it, because we can’t roam this planet without these personal, portable homes which we call bodies. It is that simple : Our bodies are the constant in our lives. When it comes to our bodies, difference is what unifies us. Each body is infinite in their manifestation and each expresses its own language, whether we are aware of it or not. This research aims to open up a dialogue into the unique relationships people have with their bodies.

 On the 7th and 8th of June, HALLI will premiere her latest music video for her song ‘Body Never Lies’ which she has co-created with Dublin based director and producer George Hooker. “Body Never Lies” is an anthem of vulnerability and self-acceptance. The video will be premiered as part of an exhibition titled ‘Body Never Lies’ at select shop and art space HAE, in Maastricht, the Netherlands. The exhibition will explore the relationship people have with their bodies. It will be about coming home to the body we own, literally and metaphysically. The human body will be the canvas.

 

For more details and exact times, see Graduation Booklet

Body Never Lies Exhibition

08-06-19



HALLI, an Irish musician and visual storyteller will host an exhibition titled ‘Body Never Lies’ at HAE Maastricht. The exhibition will focus on her current research into how people relate to their bodies. This research is part of the developing visual language for her upcoming release titled Body Never Lies.

7th of June, opening performance by HALLI at 18:00 - 18.30, Body Never Lies exhibition open until 20.00.

8th of June, Body Never Lies exhibition open 12:00-17:00.

 

Where is home¿? It’s something about the seemingly simplest of questions and answers that are most mysterious. Despite the fact that this question has surely been posed at many a mountain top by both the richest and poorest of persons – we rarely answer it with ‘my body is my home’. Often, the home we choose to embrace is located somewhere outside of ourselves. This is strange when you think of it, because we can’t roam this planet without these personal, portable homes which we call bodies. It is that simple : Our bodies are the constant in our lives. When it comes to our bodies, difference is what unifies us. Each body is infinite in their manifestation and each expresses its own language, whether we are aware of it or not. This research aims to open up a dialogue into the unique relationships people have with their bodies.

For more details and exact times, see Graduation Booklet

Freimut

08-06-19 15:00 -10-06-19 20:00



(Graduation Project of  iArts Graduate Tessa Frings)

Freimut is the result of social artist Tessa Frings involving herself in the topic of the resocialization of inmates in Germany. A video installation presented at raststätte Aachen.

 

The realm of imprisonment is an often unacquainted reality. Freimut is the result from artist Tessa Frings involving herself in the topic of the resocialization of inmates in Germany. In the course of this project, she led a creative leisure activity for inmates in Germany’s biggest prison for three months and closely worked together with one of Berlin’s biggest registered associations for offender services and their volunteers. In this installation, interviews and writings come together in elements of video and sound, inviting you to explore a sense of Freimut. 

 

For more details and exact times, see Graduation Booklet

“Europe and the Other?”

11-06-19



(Graduation Project of iArts Graduate Naomi White)

The short film ‘Face It’ opens the doors to Laeno’s world. When returning to a cafe she’s been avoiding for five years, Laeno gets confronted with fearful memories. As the minutes pass by, she travels down to a place between memory and trauma.

The short film ‘Face It’ opens the doors to Laeno’s world. When returning to a cafe she’s been avoiding for five years, Laeno gets confronted with fearful memories. As the minutes pass by, she travels down to a place between memory and trauma. 

Laeno is a black, genderqueer woman who reflects on her experience of being sexually harassed. ‘Face It’ uses surrealism and fiction to get under Laeno’s skin. The film reveals the role of sexuality, gender and race on the human experience, with body violation as the point of focus. The core of the film is an exploration of freedom and self-ownership through a visual language.

 

For more details and exact times, see Graduation Booklet

Future Fit Festival - Eigen Onderwijs

19-06-19



(Graduation Project of iArts Graduate Julan Deden)

Our society is changing rapidly in many ways. Education and the way ‘we’ as a society view education shapes our response or reaction to this change. Do we take ‘Response-ability’ or do we ‘Re-act’ in ways we are used to? This Festival gives you the opportunity to take a position and explore.

Julan facilitates a time and space to re-discover what education means or can mean in today’s age. How do you learn? How do you shape a strong ‘learning environment’? What is the need of innovation within education? What is your position within the educational field?  What was the last time you challenged your mindset? Fixed or Growth[1] ? This festival will give you time and space to wonder, question and discover. A sandy beach with funky tunes, accompanied by serious topics, inspiring talks and deep dive Think Tank Sessions or a beachvolleybal game! Be my guest.

For more details and exact times, see Graduation Booklet

Farmer Philosophers

22-06-19



(Graduation Project of iArts Graduate Eva Dekker)

Agriculture shapes our economy, our ecosystems and our bodies. Eva Lucia Dekkers went on a quest to understand what farming encompasses today. She presents her short film ‘Farmer Philosophers’ at the HUMAN - NATURE conference.

The simple necessity of our daily food has become a labyrinth that touches all that takes place on our planet. Agriculture shapes our economy, our ecosystems and our bodies.

Eva’s graduation work is a short film portraying the philosophies of farmers she met on her quest to understand what farming encompasses today. A journey that started at her home farm and took her to a modern dairy farm, a high-tech indoor farm, a permaculture farm, ending at an indigenous farm in the Amazon rainforest.

This quest also resulted in a collaboration with the student organisation Maastricht Disrupt. She co-organised the conference HUMAN - NATURE that raises the question: “How can we sustain and design a healthy planet?”

Via Maastricht Disrupt, Eva invites inspirational speakers and projects to present their solutions and views on the environmental problems we are facing today. Her short film ‘Farmer Philosophers’ will premiere at the conference and contributes to the important discussion on our planet’s wellbeing.

 

For more details and exact times, see Graduation Booklet