Christophe Meierhans : “Art is not the default way of doing things for me anymore”
In this episode, host Katie Kheriji-Watts speaks with Brussels-based, participatory theatre maker Christophe Meierhans about money, radical trust, the ideology of individualism in the art world, being freaked out about the future, and why he paused his personal creative practice for more than a year to fully devote himself to the international civil disobedience movement Extinction Rebellion (XR). mentioned in this episode : A Hundred Wars to World Peace (2015)https://www.hiros.be/en/projects/detail/verein-zur-aufhebung-des-notwendigen---a-hundred-wars-to-world-peaceTrials of Money (2018)https://www.hiros.be/en/projects/detail/trials-of-moneyA call to artists to leap off the stage (Etcetera, Sep. 2020) https://e-tcetera.be/a-call-to-artists-to-leap-off-the-stageKaai Theatre (Brussels) - “How to Be Many ?”https://www.kaaitheater.be/en/articles/how-to-be-manyExtinction Rebellion (XR) https://rebellion.globalTime For Answers (2020), made with Ant Hamptonhttps://1000scores.com/portfolio-items/ant-hampton-christophe-meierhans-time-for-answersPoints of Entry can be found online at : http://www.pointsofentry.comhttps://www.instagram.com/pointsofentryIf you enjoyed this episode, would you please consider subscribing, rating, or leaving a review ? It takes less than a minute and really makes a difference for independent productions like this one. Thanks !
Duration: 38 min