There is no non-violent way to look at somebody

A phone mediation workshop about Wu Tsang's "visionary company" exhibition.
The starting point for this particular mediation project is the observation that a certain number of people, due to a lack of digital tools, are excluded from online mediation projects developed today largely by cultural institutions. Carried out in collaboration with the association Culture et Hôpital, it is aimed at people suffering from Alzheimer's and their carers, but can be extended to other audiences and groups (EHPAD).

This mediation focuses on an oral exchange between the participants, their carers and the mediators, supported by a booklet (sent in advance) containing texts and images that revolve around the exhibition. As for the meeting, it takes place in two stages.
The first is a listening to the reading of extracts from Fred Moten's 'Go, Capture', the poem that inspired Wu Tsang to create the main installation for his exhibition.
The second is a reading and discussion of excerpts from authors James Baldwin and Toni Morrison on the subject of looking, seeing and being seen. The listeners are thus led into the world of the artist through literary references that are very present in the works in the exhibition.

Are you an institution in the social or medico-social field and are you interested in this initiative? Please contact us on evincent@lafayetteanticipations.com.

In partnership with the Maison national des artistes and the EHPAD de la Fondation des Artistes.
Workshop
Lafayette Anticipations
Workshop on request, by appointment only.
from 11 am to 05 pm

There is no non-violent way to look at somebody