11 February 2019, 10:00am


Monday, 11 February, 10am
UKS, St. Olavs gate 3

Considering collegial exchange, informal peer-to-peer/practice-to-practice learning, and attempts at friendship as a fundamental part of our remit, UKS introduces a new, weekly walk-in-workshop: HOW TO PRACTICE?

Starting off the workweek every Monday morning at 10am, rotating local and international artists teach their conspicuous version of this essential question—HOW TO PRACTICE?—serving up their tricks and toolboxes, angry birds, excel, or yoga as UKS serves free coffee.

For the third walk-in-workshop, on Monday, 11 February at 10am Brazilian artist, teacher, micropolitical and self-revolutionary activist, and researcher CAMILLA ROCHA CAMPOS will talk about using the body and oral language as main tools within her practice. Working with collaborations in contexts charged with affection and criticism, Campos directs the CAPACETE International Residency Program in Rio de Janeiro. She has recently participated in the Q21 Program at the Museum Quartier in Vienna and in the exhibition All that respires, conspires organized by Thora Dolven Balke at UKS in 2017.

Need a way to start your week? Join the ongoing program raising questions of refusal, collaboration, honesty, pretension, working rhythms, blockages, blind spots, sleep, craft, dignity, conspiracy, accounting, body, theory, bureaucracy, ex-and-inclusion, collectivity, how to take time off and how not to, professionalization, performance, and pace. Upcoming Mondays of HOW TO PRACTICE? will feature, in order of appearance: Sara Eliassen and Siri Hjorth & Sebastian Makonnen Kjølaas.

* Image: Camilla Rocha Campos, something to goes gain, 2017

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