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Wednesday 06.06.2018

A Performance Affair: Call for Proposals until 1st July

Panopticon Edition (Brussels)
A Performance Affair


A Performance Affair is launching its call for proposals It will close on 1rst July 2018 Panopticon Edition from 7 to 9 September 2018 Vanderborght Building Brussels

Liv Vaisberg

A Performance Affair
Vanderborght Building
Schildknaapstraat 50 rue de l'ecuyer
1000 Brussels - Belgium

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A PERFORMANCE AFFAIR is now welcoming performative proposals from artists, galleries, collectors, producers, non profit organisations, and institutions like museums and theatres for its first edition 'Panopticon' which will take place during Brussels Gallery Weekend from 7 to 9 September 2019 in the Vanderborght Building.

A PERFORMANCE AFFAIRS will transform the second floor of the Vanderborght into a space designed for surveillance and observation. A space will be dedicated for discussions around the economic aspects of performance.

Panopticon Edition Selection Committee:
Ellen de Bruijne, gallerist (The Netherlands)
Josée & Marc Gensollen, Collectors (France)
Frédéric de Goldschmidt, Collector (Belgium)
Michel Rein, Gallerist (France)
Eva Wittocx, Curator Museum M (Belgium)
Catherine Wood, Curator Tate (UK)

A PERFORMANCE AFFAIR (APA) is a new flexible platform presenting performance art to stimulate discourse around the economies of performance. With a strong online presence, APA compiles performances, discussions and researches to find solutions for the unique challenges that surround this sector. APA aims to provide the best content to a wide public audience while offering artists, gallerists, curators and collectors an arena in which to play. The Panopticon is the inaugural edition, which will be iterated in several countries in parallel to other events in order to highlight progress to the wider public, collectors and professionals.