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Discussion Platform – Freigeister | D’ici et d’ailleurs

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With Marianne Donven

In the presence of the artist Nina Tomàs

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FR/LU

Within the framework of the exhibition

Freigeister. Fragments of an art scene in Luxembourg

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The Freigeister exhibition is the result of a collaborative process which, in the preparatory phase, involved a series of discussion days between artists, curators and outside experts. Their remit was to reflect on the most significant issues affecting Luxembourg today, such as borders, migration, languages, living together and the development of our country.

Mudam would like to continue this discussion platform by involving the public. From 8 January to 26 February 2022, each Saturday morning you are invited to join experts from a variety of fields – artists, researchers, writers, architects, sociologists and representatives of institutions and associations – to discuss some of the key themes reflecting the complex reality of Luxembourg today, how the country is changing and its future prospects.

Each Discussion Platform – Freigeister begins with a presentation of their work by the artist in person, followed by a presentation on the chosen topic by a guest expert. These presentations are followed by a moment of convivial discussion around a breakfast with the public and the speakers of the "Freigeister Alphabet" project.

D’ici et d’ailleurs
26.02.2022 | 10h00–12h00 | FR/LU
Ouverture by Marianne Donven (manager of Chiche! restaurants, co-initiator of Open Home)
On inviation and in the presence of the artist Nina Tomàs

To be open to oneself and to others: a story of discovering human values through travels, encounters, the recognition of misery, resilience and dignity for the most deprived, the uprooted; the path towards an open ear, towards empathy, commitment alongside migrants and refugees. Why? And how far?
Also présent: Jean-Paul Lehners (professor emeritus of the University of Luxembourg, member of the European Commission against racism and intolerance of the Council of Europe), Lucas Oesch (geographer)

The other plattforms:

Au-delà des frontières | 08.01.2022 | 10h00–12h00 | FR
with Nathalie Roelens | in the presence of the artist Marco Godinho
Also present: Sophie Langevin and Sandrine Gashonga

Form Follows Fiction | 15.01.2022 | 10h00–12h00 | FR
with Carole Schmit + François Thiry | in the presence of the artist Aline Bouvy
Also present: Thierry Faber and Frédéric Zeimet

Cohésion | 22.01.2022 | 10h00–12h00 | FR/LU
with Serge Allegrezza | in the presence of the artist Claudia Passeri
Also present: Misch Feinen and Julia Maria Zimmerman

En transition | 29.01.2022 | 10h00–12h00 | LU
with Norry Schneider | in the presence of the artist Daniel Reuter
Also present: Guy Colling

Entre les langues | 05.02.2022 | 10h00–12h00 | FR/LU
with Jean Portante | in the presence of the artist Sophie Jung

Vivre ensemble | 12.02.2022 | 10h00–12h00 | FR
with Denis Scuto + Magali Nachtergael | in the presence of the artists Karolina Markiewicz and Pascal Piron

Lieux communs | 19.02.2022 | 10h00–12h00 | FR/LU/EN
with Hans Fellner | in the presence of the artist Laurianne Bixhain

Vue de l'exposition "Freigeister", 11.11.2021 – 27.02.2022, Mudam Luxembourg.
Nina Tomàs, "Chantier organique", "Le jeu des perles de verre", "Thémis", "Porifera", 2021. Exposition "Freigeister", 11.11.2021 – 27.02.2022, Mudam Luxembourg.
© Photo : Marion Dessard | Mudam Luxembourg