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<p class="event-detail-date">Tue 30 Oct</p>
<p class="event-detail-title">Ben Kinmont, “Promises and Precarity: Steps in an Alternative Artistic Practice”</p>
<p class="event-detail-title"><a href="#Ben-Kinmont-bio" class="artist"><span>Ben Kinmont</span></a>, “Promises and Precarity: Steps in an Alternative Artistic Practice”</p>
<p class="event-infos">14:30─16:00</p>
<p>Book presentation, reading and discussion of a compiled reprint, created for this occasion, of Promised Relations: or, thoughts concerning a few artists’ contracts (1996), Materialization of Life into alternative economies (1996), and Project Series: Archive Contracts (2005) by Ben Kinmont. This reprint will be available for free during Bâtard Festival.</p>
<p class="event-infos">17:30</p>
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<p class="event-detail-date">Wed 31 Oct</p>
<p class="event-detail-title">franck leibovici, “(some forms of life) – an ecology of artistic practices”</p>
<p class="event-detail-title"><a href="#franck-leibovici-bio" class="artist"><span>franck leibovici</span></a>, “(some forms of life) – an ecology of artistic practices”</p>
<p class="event-infos">17:30</p>
<p>Artist talk, followed by a Q & A.</p>
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<p class="event-detail-date">Thu 1 Nov</p>
<p class="event-detail-title">Open Source Publishing workshop</p>
<p class="event-infos">11:00─17:30</p>
<p>Open Source Publishing has written a collaboration agreement to work with others. Within <strong>Caveat</strong>, OSP is rewriting this document and proposing a visual translation. During the Bâtard festival, OSP invites artists and designers to contribute a description and interpretation of their own contract or conditions as to develop a language of practices.Eva Barto, “On Buttonwood Press and other deals”</p>
<p><a href="#osp-bio" class="artist"><span>Open Source Publishing</span></a> has written a collaboration agreement to work with others. Within <strong>Caveat</strong>, OSP is rewriting this document and proposing a visual translation. During the Bâtard festival, OSP invites artists and designers to contribute a description and interpretation of their own contract or conditions as to develop a language of practices.
<p class="event-infos">17:30</p>
<a href="" class="artist" href="#Eva-Barto-bio"><span>Eva Barto</span></a>, “On Buttonwood Press and other deals”</p>
<p>Artist talk, followed by a Q & A.</p>
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<p class="event-detail-date">Fri 2 Nov</p>
<p class="event-detail-title">Eric Schrijver, “Copy This Book: an artist's guide to copyright”, (2018).</p>
<p class="event-detail-title"><a href="#Eric-Schrijver-bio" class="artist"><span>Eric Schrijver</span></a>, “Copy This Book: an artist's guide to copyright”, (2018).</p>
<p class="event-infos">17:30</p>
<p>Book launch, performance, roundtable with jurist Julien Cabay and artist Eleanor Ivory Weber. Moderator: Julie Van Elslande.</p>
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<p class="event-detail-date">Sat 3 Nov</p>
<p class="event-detail-title">Sofia Caesar, “Zero Hour”</p>
<p class="event-detail-title"><a href="#Sofia-Caesar-bio" class="artist"><span>Sofia Caesar</span></a>, “Zero Hour”</p>
<p class="event-infos">17:30</p>
<p>Performance and artist talk. Presentation by jurist Sarah de Groof followed by a Q & A. DJ set by Eric Schrijver at Decoratelier.</p>
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<p>The conversations at Beursschouwburg will take place in a display module conceived by graphic designer and researcher Loraine Furter.</p>
<p>The conversations at Beursschouwburg will take place in a display module conceived by graphic designer and researcher <a href="#Loraine-Furter-bio" class="artist"><span>Loraine Furter</span></a>.</p>
<p>The Zero Hour relational object of Sofia Caesar will be installed on the stage for the whole duration of the festival.</p>
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<p><a href="" class="artist" id="Ben-Kinmont-bio"><span>Ben Kinmont</span></a> (born 1963 in Burlington, Vermont) is an artist, publisher, and antiquarian bookseller living in Sebastopol, California. His work is concerned with the value structures surrounding an art practice and what happens when that practice is displaced into a non-art space.
<a>www.benkinmont.com</a></p>
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<p><a href="" class="artist" id="franck-leibovici-bio"><span>franck leibovici</span></a> (born 1975, lives and works in Paris) is a poet and artist. he's currently working with julien seroussi on the making of the international criminal court (the hague, the netherlands) through a series of exhibitions, publications and conferences, untitled "law intensity conflicts".
<a href="www.desformesdevie.org" target="_blank">www.desformesdevie.org</a>
<a href="https://laviedesidees.fr/Sur-quoi-opere-l-art.html">Sur quoi opère l’art, interview in French</a></p>
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<p><a href="" class="artist" id="Eva-Barto-bio"><span>Eva Barto</span></a> graduated from the School of Fine Arts (Paris, 2013) and attended the post-graduate program at Ensba (Lyon, 2014). Recent solo shows include La BF15 (Lyon, 2015), Primo Piano (Paris, 2015), gb agency (Paris, 2016), Villa Arson (Nice, 2016) and soon Kunstverein Freiburg (April 2019). Her work have been presented at Centre Pompidou (Paris, 2016), Biennale de Rennes (2016), Kadist (Paris, 2016), Van Gelder (Amsterdam, 2016), Marcelle Alix (Paris, 2015), Fondation d’Entreprise Ricard (Paris, 2017) Wattis Art Center (San Francisco, 2017) and Secession (Vienna, 2018). In 2016 she initiated the publishing project Buttonwood.Press.
<a href="www.evabarto.net" target="_blank">www.evabarto.net</a></p>
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<p><a href="" class="artist" id="Eric-Schrijver-bio"><span>Eric Schrijver</span></a> is a Dutch interaction designer, artist and author, born in Amsterdam in 1984. With performances and publishing projects in new and digital media, he uses the internet as a performative space. Eric directs a group blog called I like tight pants and mathematics, that aims to motivate designers and artists to get more involved in the world of computer programmers.
From 2011 to 2017 Eric was a core member of the graphic design collective Open Source Publishing. A former faculty member at KABK (NL) and ERG (BE), he has taught workshops around the world.
<a href="www.ericschrijver.nl" target="_blank">www.ericschrijver.nl</a></p>
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<p><a href="" class="artist" id="Sofia-Caesar-bio"><span>Sofia Caesar</span></a> makes videos, performances, sculptures, and installations. The body in motion is central to her work. She often engages herself and the public in seeing how the structures that act on us, such as architecture, language, or the camera, can be played with. In her works, we often see bodies escaping the forces that control them, creating a language of their own. In Caesar’s works, structures that surround her become scripts to be performed. An interview becomes a partition for a collective reading. An archival film is transformed into a trajectory on the floor. A work contract, a sign post that can be pointed at multiple directions. A surveillance system, a track for running. The sunset, a time to sit still. This exercise of creating choreographic scores with the world around her, allows Caesar to amplify moments of liberation. From structures that would otherwise be overpowering, Sofia finds dance and noise.
She has participated in exhibitions such as 6th Moscow Biennial (RUS); Delirium & Destiny, A Tale of a Tub Rotterdam (NL); Transperformance 2, Oi Futuro (RJ, BR); EDP ​​Award, Instituto Tomie Othake (Sao Paulo, BR), among others. She won the Rumos Itaú Cultural 2018 prize and her work "Worker leaves the factory (conditions for the work)" is part of the permanent collection of Parco d'Arte Vivente, Torino (IT).
<a href="sofiacaesar.net" target="target">sofiacaesar.net</a></p>
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<p><a href="" class="artist" id="Loraine-Furter-bio"><span>Loraine Furter</span></a> (Lausanne – CH, 1988) works in the artistic and cultural field. Her practice is situated at the crossroads of art, design and editing/curating.
She lives in Brussels, Belgium since 2007.
Her graphic design education allowed her to experiment with different forms of critical design, as well as other surrounding practices, such as editing and curating. She is now specialised in editorial and publishing practices.
<a href="www.lorainefurter.net" target="_blank">www.lorainefurter.net</a></p>
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<p><a href="" class="artist" id="osp-bio"><span>Open Source Publishing</span></a>
OSP comprises a group of individuals from different background and practices: typography, graphic design, cartography, programming, mathematics, writing, performance. Through a collaborative practice, they work on workshops, commissioned or self-commissioned projects, searching to redefine their playground, digging for a more intimate relation with the tools.
<a href="http://osp.kitchen" target="_blank">osp.kitchen</a></p>
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