Endetter et punir — Programme du dimanche 16

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Endetter et punir
Programme du dimanche 16

Past: Sunday, September 16, 2018 at 10:30 AM

Sunday 16th September 2018

  • 10:30 am Coffee time
  • 11:00 am Screening of Abderrahmane Sissako’s film Bamako (2006)
    Melé works as a singer in a bar as her unemployed husband Chaka gradually retreats into silence. Despite the bond formed by their daughter, the relationship is gradually unravelling. They share a house with several other families and in the yard something amazing is happening: African civil society has put the World Bank and the IMF on trial.
  • 12 noon Buffet lunch in the garden
  • 12 noon Get during all the day to know La Permanence, a collective against racial discrimination in art
  • 12:45 pm Readings by the Rester. Étranger collective
    “My darlings, I’m going to tell you something. Back in the day I used to speak. I used to write. I used to think. And I did it in French! That’s finished. It’s not simple. It’s flawed. Now I’m in FLE, which is French for French as a foreign language. That means whatever my level I’ll never write or speak in French again. Never is a word that leaves a vacuum behind it. Like someone who’s left his village, never to return. Never is the camel. The cow. The goat abandoned along with the milk inside her. Never is a house you’ll never see again because it’s been burned down. And because it’s keeping on burning down we’re going to go to Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers”.
  • 13:45 pm Action for an anthropological/political change of direction. Art historian Emmanuelle Chérel opens an afternoon devoted to two African approaches to the Debt and Punishment issue:
  • 2:00 pm African philosophy as praxis: sense of community by philosopher Séverine Kodjo-Grandvaux
    What are the implications of Debt and Punishment for contemporary African philosophy? How are the issues anatomized and analysed — what visible responses, what impact on concepts and imaginative functioning? What connections are there with different ethics and redefinitions of the social bond, the common good and learning?
  • 3:00 pm Democracy v. the Republic by economist Ndongo Sylla
    Senegalese economist Ndongo Sylla is a specialist in questions of development. After reviewing the history of democracy, the CFA franc and indebtedness, and international economic organisation, he will offer a personal vision of community including job satisfaction, industrial action and organisation(s), and demographic pressures.
  • 4:00/5:00 pm Collective discussion
  • 5:00 pm The school of tender thinking / Performance by choreographer/performer Robert Steijn in association with collaboration choreographer/performer Ricardo Rubio
93 Seine-St-Denis Zoom in 93 Seine-St-Denis Zoom out

41, rue Lécuyer

93300 Aubervilliers

T. 01 53 56 15 90 — F. 01 53 56 15 99

www.leslaboratoires.org

Aubervilliers – Pantin Quatre Chemins

Opening hours

Monday to Friday from 11 am to 6 pm and Saturday from 1 pm to 6 pm

Admission fee

Free entrance

And on booking for events at reservation@leslaboratoires.org

Venue schedule

The artists

  • Emmanuelle Chérel
  • Olga De Soto
  • Josep Rafanell I Orra
  • Jeanne Burgart Goutal
  • Margaux Le Donné
  • Séverine Kodjo Grandvaux
  • Robert Steijn
  • Ricardo Rubio
  • Yayo Herrero
  • Ndongo Samba Sylla