The Pool
        Programme 
     Artist Studios  
        Henry Andersen
        Dóra Benyó
        David Beylemans
        Vanessa Disler
        Alix Dussart   
        Marjolein Guldentops
        Alicia Jeannin
        Julie Krakowski
        Jules Lagrange 
        Julie Larrouy
        Maëlle Maisonneuve
        Léa Mayer
        Rokko Miyoshi
        Sandrine Morgante
        Jacopo Pagin
        Niels Poiz 
        Lucien Roux
        Kevin Senant 
        Charlie Usher
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Programme



26.05 - 6.30pm > 9.30pm - RDV synthetic with ANNE LISE LE GAC & ARTHUR CHAMBRY




Les RDVs sont des soirées de présentations d'artistes, pouvant prendre la forme de conférences, performances ou projections. Chaque présentation est suivie de discussions bienveillantes avec l'artiste.


ANNE LISE LE GAC
Moteur à mouvement perpétuel du faire avec, annaliste du contexte et fabricante de dopamine(x1000). https://www.al-lg.com/

ARTHUR CHAMBRY
Fabriquant et manipulateur d’expériences mélodi-rythmiques et raconteur du quotidien, il transforme l'anecdote en matière vibrante. http://arthurchambry.com/




10.05 > 11.05.2019 - 2pm > 6pm -  INVISIBLE OCCUPATION  by Gabrielle Le Bayon 

09.05 - 6pm > 10pm - opening with a performace at  6.30pm and 8pm
             10pm > late - guest dj set 



First chapter of the exhibitions cycle The plot is in the process of writing curated by Nicolas de Ribou for The Pool. 




26.04 - 28.04.2019 - 2pm > 6pm -  SB34 OPEN ARTIST STUDIOS 


+ An evening on Friday 26.04 - 6pm> late




Opening weekend of the studios that will focus attention on the singularities of the work processes while establishing dialogues between the resident artists:
Henry Andersen and Charlie Usher; Vanessa Disler; Alix Dussart and Julie Krakowski; Julie Larrouy; Jules Lagrange and Lucien Roux; Léa Mayer and Maëlle Maisonneuve; Alicia Jeannin and Jacopo Pagin; Kevin Senant; Rokko Miyoshi; Niels Poiz, Majolein Guldentops, Dóra Benyó, David Beylemans and Sandrine Morgante.





29.03.2019 - 8 pm > late - Les Nuits Ovales #1: electronic music concerts




Les Nuits Ovales #1 is the first of a series of live performances devoted to electronic music in all its forms. The purpose of the regular concerts is not only to showcase the musical experiments of the Fenêtre Ovale collective but also those of musicians from other music genres. 




22.03.2019 - 4 pm > 6 pm - Caveat reading room #6 : creleisure today 




The Pool is hosting Caveat for a collective reading of original texts by Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica such as TROPICALIA, APOCALIPOPOTESIS, and Les Possibilités du Creloisir, in relation to stock images portraying a new model of worker, one who is both in vacation and at work. These texts were selected by Sofia Caesar, one of the artists at the core of Caveat's collective research.





16.03.2019 - 6 pm > 10 pm - Do you read.me? feat Nowhere Collective




The Pool is hosting Nowhere Collective, who will present ‘read.me’ – the third issue of their zine, with the contributions by Sofia Caesar, Emile Hermans, Toril Johannessen, Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec and Paula Smolarska.
This is the first issue to be launched simultaneously online and offline, in two complementary versions. Besides the zine, Nowhere will present a surprise side programme with works by some of the contributing artists.
More info: www.nowherecollective.org




10.01 > 15.02.2019 - rosa rosa rosae rosae 



The rosa rosa rosae rosae project brings together the works and interventions of artists in an exhibition punctuated by performative moments - films, readings, listening sessions - on a theme that is contingent on the collective itself: there will be questions of language and translation, orality and circulation,transmission and repetition, writing and selection. By focusing on the learning processes and references at the origin of their composition, the works formulate new stories, questioning our destinations.

exhibition & moments with Marc Buchy, buren, Sofia Caesar, Audrey Cottin, Maíra Dietrich, Eva Giolo, Maxime Jean-Baptiste, Alicia Jeannin, Sabir, Charlie Usher, Yoann Van Parys and Eleanor Ivory Weber curated by Pauline Hatzigeorgiou

exhibition open on Saturdays 14.00 > 18.00
& by appointment at info@sb34.org


moments:

10.01 – 18.00 > 21.00
opening

18.01 – 19.00
text reading by Deborah Birch
& performance “flat music session” by Charlie Usher

01.02 – 19.00
screening of the film Nou voix by Maxime Jean-Baptiste

& presentation of the project Ka Kualmaku by Marc Buchy

08.02 – 19.00
screening of the film Noise and knowledge by Sofia Caesar

& presentation of the film A tongue called mother / Say A by Eva Giolo

09.02 – 20.00
Sabir La Nuit#2 with Sophie Senecaut, Amélie Derlon-Cordina, Kevin Senant, Clément Delhomme et Carole Louis

15.02 – 19.00
performance “Four Tables” by Audrey Cottin

performance by Eleanor Ivory Weber: reading and listening session of Ong, W.J., 1982. Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word. Reprint 2002. New York, NY: Routledge.(2017-).

& finissage





5.12 > 9.12.2018 - 100% de confluence





Exhibition by the students of the Master in Painting - Royal Academy of Fine Arts (ArBA-EsA), after a dialogue with Cédric Noël.
Opening Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 18h-21h.
Exhibition from Thursday, December 6 to Sunday December 9, 10 am-6pm.




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