Sat 30.0414:00 - 15:15Locatie
“For the past seven years of my life I was an intruder. Unasked and uninvited, I walked into meeting rooms and started to talk about how we live together as human beings; about society as a co-creation by everyone. One would either view my intervention as a bomb or as a gift. People were surprised, shocked, moved or angry. With my guerilla speech, I tried to transform meetings into political moments. I surprised more than 8,000 people this way, interrupting their daily routines by asking big and small questions about life. I always use the same words and named it the ‘Lecture For Every One’. It spread over twelve different countries but remained largely invisible. Like a virus.
This is not fiction, this really happened. Now, I want to share this story about words, love, violence and connection. About people, alone and together. It’s a story about what it means to speak up today. About the (im)possibility to address everyone. And about how we are always ahead. Before the war starts, before you kiss, before you really decide. How, still today, we are ahead.”
This lecture performance will be presented alongside the printed publication of a 'Lecture For Every One' 2013-2020’
Sat 30.04 - 14:00 CAMPO
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performance & text: Sarah Vanhee - Produced by: Manyone - Co-produced by: CAMPO, Kunstencentrum Voo?uit, kunstencentrum BUDA, Kunstenfestivaldesarts, STUK, BIT Teatergarasjen & Skogen - Distribution and Tour management: Caravan Production - Book published & distributed by: APE -Supported by: the Flemish community.