On November 11 1936, in London - England, the artist Eric Gill delivered his speech titled And Who Wants Peace? It was addressed to a group of Christian Pacifists. In his speech, Gill pointed out the entanglement of industrial war, artistic creation and money making.
On May 12 &13 2015, in Gent - Belgium, the artist R'm Aharoni will carry out the same speech. This gesture is an invitation and a meeting point, which aims to implement the past in the current reality.
The speech and after talk will be held at Zwarte Zaal (Campus Bijloke, Louis Pasteurlaan 2, Gent) at 20hrs.
Text: Eric Gill | Performance and Concept: R’m Aharoni | In conversation with: Sarah Vanhee, Frederik Le Roy | Special thanks to: CAMPO Gent, Alain Platel, Abigail Liporato, Marika Engles, Hugo DeBlock, Adriana La Selva | Images: Eric Gill, R’m Aharoni
The speech and after talk will be held on May 12 and 13 at 20:00 at Zwarte Zaal, Campus Bijloke, Louis Pasteurlaan 2, Gent
(Try-out on May 11 at 20:00)
(up to 3 hours before start performance with indication name, surname, number of persons and title, date, time performance)
- DRAma Gent
- Louis Pasteurlaan 2, 9000 Gent, €5 (standaard) /€3 (reductie) / gratis (studenten, docenten en alumni DRAG, jury, werkveld)