A Certain Value is an investigation throughout Europe about mutualization strategies and values, conceived by Anna Rispoli and Martina Angelotti. The result is a participative reading-performance.
A Certain Value is a multi-disciplinary project conceived by the artist Anna Rispoli and the curator Martina Angelotti.
A series of resisdences were held in several European cities where Anna and Martina have met different communities. Through workshops, they have questionned citizens about the ambivalent association of value and values. Their intent was to challenge the participants’ know-how about sharing and mutualization as much as their experiences of “de-evaluation” and “re-evaluation” of an individual towards the group.
Based on the material collected during this research, they have created a reading-performance composed of many voices, a staged conversation between different communities about the possibility of sharing value today.
It is possible to take part in this performance as a reader or as an observer.
Dates and venues:
Thursday 24 September
18h - Au Quai (French)
Saturday 26 September
17h30 - Au Quai (French)
Friday 2 October
10h - by videoconference on Zoom (English)
Saturday 3 October
16h00 - Blanche et noire (English)
18h30 - Blanche et noire (English)
*Collectif Au Quai
Quai du Hainaut 23, 1080 Bruxelles
*Blanche et Noire
Rue Vanderschrick 111, 1060 Bruxelles
Reservation by subscription hereunder (please select the performance you wish to see).
A Certain Value is presented in the frame of the Urban Academy on 24 and 26 September.
A Certain Value is presented in the frame of the IN SITU ACT Days organized by the IN SITU network on the 2nd and 3rd October 2020 in Brussels and online.
A Certain Value, an IN SITU Pilot project, has received a creation aid by the ACT project, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. The co-producers are Atelier 231 (FR), Festival di Terni (IT), Freedom Festival (UK), La Strada Graz (AT), Lieux publics (FR), Norfolk & Norwich Festival (UK), Østfold Internasjonale Teater (NO), Oerol Festival (NL), Theater op de Markt (BE), UZ Arts (UK).