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L'écoute intimée

Gilles Aubry et Zouheir Atbane

03.05. - 03.05.2017

 

 

POPPOSITIONS

Abdessamad El Montassir

20.04. - 23.04.2017

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Coffee with... Monique Jeudy-Ballini et Nathalie Heinich

05.04. - 05.04.2017

 
 
 
 

 

    Wednesday, 5 April at 10am


The day after their conference at the Institut Français à Rabat this round table will be an opportunity for the public to exchange with Monique Jeudy-Ballini and Nathalie Heinich about their research.

In collaboration with the Centre Jacques Berque à Rabat.
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Two researchers from the CNRS, Nathalie Heinich, sociologist and Monique Jeudy-Ballini, anthropologist, come to Rabat to talk about art with respect to their specific disciplines.
Nathalie Heinich will intervene on "the values ​​of art": would art be the place of the battle of beauty against ugliness? Aesthetic value, however, does not have the monopoly of the values ​​involved in the creation, the circulation and reception of art works. Other criteria play an important role in determining these values.
Monique Jeudy-Ballini will speak about "art and challenged cultural appropriations". While it is now recognized that every culture is constructed by importing, borrowing and imitating exogenous elements, polemics are constantly growing when groups or individuals an artistic use of tangible or intangible goods (dance, music ...) of foreign origin. These disputed appropriations often contrast formerly colonized peoples or minorities with dominant groups. Certain knowledge therefore belongs to a culture and can not be held or used by others?
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Parallel event :
Tuesday, 4 April at 6pm : Conference « Antropology and sociology of art », 
Salle Gérard Philippe at Institut Français Rabat.

 

Jusqu'ici tout va bien - épisode 1

Séance d'écoute proposée par Anna Raimondi

22.03. - 22.03.2017

 
        Wednesday, 22 march at 6.30pm

During this evening the first special episode "Paranoia" of the series "Jusqu’ici tout va bien" (Until now all goes well) - sound therapy based on an eclectic range of radio creations proposed by Anna Raimondo - will be broadcast at Le Cube.

During each session, lasting 58 minutes, "Jusqu’ici tout va bien" deals with a specific topic to analyze through sound and voices common evils. The project invites the spectators to find their strategies of survival by proposing a selection of radio and sound creations, a carte blanche to an artist or radio producer, “micro-pavements” and interviews.

"Jusqu’ici tout va bien" is a project of Anna Raimondo supported by the Fonds d’aide à la création radiophonique de la Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles.

 

 

Nous serons sérieuses de la manière la plus joyeuse

Anna Raimondo

21.03. - 20.04.2017

 
Opening of the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition
 
"Féminisme au quotidien #1 - voyage au Maroc", 2017
"Féminisme au quotidien #1 - voyage au Maroc", 2017
"Féminisme au quotidien #1 - voyage au Maroc", 2017
"Féminisme au quotidien #1 - voyage au Maroc", 2017
"Féminisme au quotidien #1 - voyage au Maroc", 2017
"Féminisme au quotidien #1 - voyage au Maroc", 2017
"Féminisme au quotidien #1 - voyage au Maroc", 2017
"Féminisme au quotidien #1 - voyage au Maroc", 2017
"Encouragements", video, 2014, 9min30
"Encouragements", video, 2014, 9min30
"How to make your day exciting", video, 2014, 15min28
"How to make your day exciting", video, 2014, 15min28
"Mi porti al mare ?", video, 2016, 14min16
"Mi porti al mare ?", video, 2016, 14min16

 
        Residence from 6 to 20 March
        Opening, Tuesday 21 March at 6.30pm
        Exhibition from 21 March to 20 April 2017



The title of the exhibition by Anna Raimondo refers to an excerpt from the Spanish philosopher Maria Zambrano, "Nous serons heureux de la manière la plus joyeuse" (We will be happy in the most joyful way), with the female form of the plural.
Such as a slogan, a phrase of encouragement, the artist starts from this expression to explore the feminine condition, mobile and fluctuating, personal and plural at the same time, the subject of a constant state of alert in the private as well as in the public space. By linking her works Anna Raimondo challenges and questions the potential of silence and expression as a space of resistance and renegotiation of meaning.
What does it mean to be serious and to be together today? Through proposals that invite to participate this exhibition will open a space to de-construct and re-formulate the term "woman" in the plural form.

 

rôle(s). genre(s). identité(s). / geschlechter. rollen. identitäten.

curated by Katrin Ströbel

15.02. - 16.03.2017

 
Emeka Udemba, "Monuments", 2006
Emeka Udemba, "Monuments", 2006
Emeka Udemba - Mehdi-Georges Lahlou
Emeka Udemba - Mehdi-Georges Lahlou
Randa Maroufi - Ülkü Süngün
Randa Maroufi - Ülkü Süngün
Sido Lansari - Ülkü Süngün
Sido Lansari - Ülkü Süngün
Sido Lansari
Sido Lansari
Mehdi-Georges Lahlou - Gabriela Oberkofler
Mehdi-Georges Lahlou - Gabriela Oberkofler
Gabriela Oberkofler - Randa Maroufi
Gabriela Oberkofler - Randa Maroufi
Une soirée avec... Gabriela Oberkofler
Une soirée avec... Gabriela Oberkofler
Lecture et rencontre avec Abdellah Taïa
Lecture et rencontre avec Abdellah Taïa
Une soirée avec... Sido Lansari
Une soirée avec... Sido Lansari

    Opening, Wednesday 15th February at 6.30pm at Le Cube
    Exhibition from 15th February to 16th March 2017


Events during the exhibition:
Thursday, 16th February at 6.30pm at Le Cube: artist’s talk with Gabriela Oberkofler
Friday, 17th February at 7pm at Goethe-Institut: reading and discussion with Abdellah Taïa
Monday, 6th March at 7pm at Goethe-Institut: Dansed conference with Josep Caballero Garcia
Wednesday, 8th March at 6.30pm at Le Cube: Une soirée avec…Sido Lansari


Third rendez-vous of the cycle Noss Noss / Gemischtes Doppel, the exhibition explores the ways in which identity issues are mirrored in the artistic practice of three Moroccan artists and three artists based in Germany: Randa Maroufi, Sido Lansari, Medhi-Georges Lahlou, Emeka Udemba, Ülkü Süngün and Gabriela Oberkofler. After a second edition at Le 18 in Marrakesh, dealing with these same issues, the project investigates the processes of identity construction in a globalized world, through different lenses (the cultural, the migratory, the postcolonial and the gender one), by focusing on artists that simultaneously live and work in multiple contexts (in Morocco, Turkey, France, Belgium, Nigeria, Germany or Italy).

Initiated by the Goethe-Institut and curated by Katrin Ströbel, the exhibitions of the cycle Noss Noss / Gemischtes Doppel invite Moroccan and German artists to exchange on actual topics.
The first edition, Stadt.Räume / The space (of) the city, focused on the way in which urban transformations have shaped the works of the invited artists and how, through their practice, their positioning in their respective cities is reveiled. The project took place at Le Cube in Rabat in November 2015.
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Katrin Ströbel holds a PhD in arts and she is a visual artist and professor at the Villa Arson (Ecole Nationale supérieure d'art in Nice). since ten years, she has been regularly working in North and Sub-Saharan Africa.
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in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Morocco

Goethe-Institut
7 Rue Sana'a
Rabat
 
 
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