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WORK FLOW - A play with apes and crafts (research seminar)

Workflow can mean different things. It mostly refers to the deliberate, rational organization of work, primarily in the context of manufacturing. Phd researcher Wim Wauman just opened an exhibition of the same name, and a publication and will give this ARIA research seminar on May 17 in CC Sint-Niklaas (in English). 

Contributions by:
Wim Wauman
Bert Schepers
Eric van Hove
Michael Petry

Programme (veranderd!)

Afternoon at Museumtheater/Cultuurcentrum Sin-Niklaas (Zwijgershoek 14, Sint-Niklaas)
13.00h: Wim Wauman (Artist/Curator/Researcher)– welcome and short introduction
13.10h: Bert Schepers (Art Historian) – Monkey Madness in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp (20’)
13.30h: Short break
13.40h: Eric van Hove (Artist): Towards a renaissance of African craft in Post-Fordist times. (60’)
14.40h: Break
15.00h: Michael Petry (Artist/Curator) - The Art of Not Making: the new artist-artisan relationship (60’)
16.10h: Guided tour through to the exhibition by Wim Wauman
17.00h: Drink
17.30h: Closing

Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp (AP) and WARP

Free for students and lecturers.

Read more and register online via ARIA.