Past Projects

Wed 05 July 2023 (18:00 - 20:00)

Living Contents #3

Welcome to “Living contents #3”, a set of readings, performances, and video projections by students and guests of the ReadingListeningSpeaking seminar at Erg Brussels.


Thu 29 June until Sun 09 July 2023

rile* reading room for Feminist Futures Festival

Join us in Kortijk for the rile* reading room hosted as part of Kunstencentrum BUDA's Feminist School at the Almost Summer/Feminist Futures Festival. Come and visit us to browse through our collection of choreographers' books, performative publications and a selection of poetry and fiction. Our reading room opens up practices of reading and questions how different forms of publication ask to be read. 


Sat 03 June 2023 (17:00-19:00)

[Reading] A Rock, A River, A Street with Steffani Jemison

Join us for a reading and presentation by Steffani Jemison, which will cover her first novel, A Rock, A River, A Street, and other writing both published and unpublished. She will also share an excerpt from her video Similitude (2019), a work that preceded the novel and anticipates some of its imagery and themes.


Sun 28 May 2023 (15:00-17:00)

[Reading] William Kherbek

Join us for a presentation and reading by William Kherbek and publisher Jack Clarke covering William's new book, Entropia Vol 1-2 as well as other recent writings.


Sun 21 May 2023 (15:00-16:00)

[Reading] The Order of Release

Join us for a reading from The Order of Release, a collection of press releases written by artists gathered and annotated by A.E. Brandt.


Sun 14 May 2023 (15:00-16:00)

[Reading] Nora Fulton

Join us for a reading by Nora Fulton, which will draw from her two most recent poetry collections, Thee Display (Anteism Books, 2020) and Presence Detection System (Hiding Press, 2019), as well as an unpublished manuscript entitled Cuckoo's Low Reel.


Sun 23 April 2023 (15:00-16:00)

[Launch] Can we Rule it Out?

Join us for a presentation of Can we Rule it Out? Collective ideas for keeping sexual abuse out of art spaces, with Mai Abu ElDahab and Marnie Slater.

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