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Kate Rich

On Art, Trade and the Feral Economy

Kate Rich

On Art, Trade and the Feral Economy

22/03/2018 van 14:00 tot 15:00

a.pass, Delaunoystraat 58/17, St Jans Molenbeek (Brussel)

St Lucas School of Arts (Antwerp) is organising a series of public lectures around the topic ‘Why Work?’. Speakers from various disciplines are invited to elaborate on their practice, and engage with MA students from St Lucas in a preceding workshop. What is the motivation and structure underpinning their work? How to remain critical? What happened to the promise of leisure—as Liam Gillick put it in his eponymous essay—and what is the importance of doing nothing? And last but not least, how do these speakers consider their position as cultural workers?

KATE RICH

On Art, Trade and the Feral Economy

Kate Rich is a trade artist and feral economist, born in Australia and living in Bristol UK. Since 2003 she has run Feral Trade, a grocery business and underground freight network forging new 'wild' trade routes across business, art and social interaction. She is volunteer finance manager at Bristol's artist-run Cube Microplex; and a founding member of the European Sail Cargo Alliance. Her ongoing preoccupation is to move deeper into infrastructure of trade, administration, organisation and economy in the cultural realm.

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More info : pieter.vermeulen@kdg.be

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