Mimouna Amri, Bouchra Lamsyeh, Hana Miletić, Shurouq Mussran, Françoise Nibagwire, Shilemeza Prins, Els Rochette
During its biannual film festival, De Imagerie shows unique films, from both promising as of more established names from the Belgian documentary, political and experimental film landscape. This edition we will go from visual fiction to tactile installations and from live animation to sensory cinema.
During Visite Hana Miletić & Globe Aroma will present their installation ‘txt, Is Not Written Plain, draft 4’ (2017):
The audio and textile installation is a result of an extensive collaboration between a group of women of the Brussels open art house Globe Aroma and artist Hana Miletić. The works consists of handmade felts and written poetry, recited by the participants. Wool felting is one of the oldest handmade forms of textile work. It doesn't require any other instrument than your hands. The poetic texts are free associations of words inspired by the process of felting and the plasticity of (the) language itself. There is a micropolitcal dimension to this diversity of hands and voices, which poetically reflects the technique of felting.
Wednesday 20.02.2019 - 20:30
In the presence of Mimouna Amri, Bouchra Lamsyeh, Hana Miletić, Shurouq Mussran, Françoise Nibagwire, Shilemeza Prins and Els Rochette we will screen ‘La conférence des femmes, Naïrobi 1985’ (1985, 60’) by Françoise Dasques,
‘‘This documentary is an incredible testimony of feminisms in plural.’’ - Hana Miletić on ‘La conférence des femmes, Naïrobi 1985’
Image: txt, Is Not Written Plain (draft III), with Globe Aroma, 2017. Audio installation with 12 handmade felts on metal backdrop stands. Installation view Hana Miletić: Dependencies, WIELS, Brussels, 2018 © Kristien Daem
20.02.2019 - from 18h30 till 00h00
Opening Night in the presence of Mimouna Amri, Bouchra Lamsyeh, Hana Miletić, Shurouq Mussran, Françoise Nibagwire, Shilemeza Prins and Els Rochette.
21.02.2019 - from 18h30 till 00h00
22.02.2019 - from 18h30 till 00h00
More Info: https://www.deimagerie.be/20-2