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History of an image of police violence. What impact can an image have on reality? Maud Girault

Interview with Antoine Schirer and Emile Costard (directors, motion designers and freelance journalists), Joke Callewaert (lawyer in the PLN law firm) and Nordine Saïdi (member of the Justice for Lamine Bangoura support committee and founding member of Brussels Panthers).
What impact can an image have on reality?

To shed light on this question, each of the speakers looks back on their own experience. Together, they retrace the life of images of police violence, those filmed with smartphones, those from surveillance cameras and those from bodycams. From their shooting to their use in a judicial procedure, through their diffusion on social networks and in journalistic investigations, each stage has its stakes, sometimes concrete like the storage of videos, sometimes legal like the right to film, sometimes sociological, like our biases when we watch a video. At each stage these images are reinterpreted: it is a war of narratives that is played out through them.

This meeting took place at the Cinema Nova on 12 June 2022 as part of the Screenshot cycle Images of revolt, revolting images: what good is cinema? It was organised and presented by Maud Girault as part of the FrArt research project "Copwatching: the war of storytelling" supported by the FNRS and the asbl Art et Recherche.

 

https://nova-cinema.org/prog/2022/186-screenshot/images-revoltantes-images-de-revoltes/#article-25739

2 months from now Restitution of the FRArt project — Rethinking the piano body and its vibration: extended pedal for a new intra-piano playing Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles Site Régence I Grande salle Rue de la Régence 30 - 1000 Bruxelles - BELGIQUE

Wednesday, 8 February 2023
from 12:30:00 PM to 02:00:00 PM

The program of this final restitution of the project includes four works that revisit the intra-piano and its reverberation towards new sound worlds.


Royal Conservatory of Brussels
Site Régence I Great Hall
Rue de la Régence 30 - 1000 Brussels - BELGIUM

Free admission without reservation*.
* subject to availability

Restitution of the FRArt project

Rethinking the piano body and its vibration: extended pedal for a new intra-piano play
February 8, 2023 12:30 pm

The extended pedal is an innovative system allowing the precise control of dampers beyond the keyboard. The result of a research project led by Martin Loridan with the support of the FNRS, the device is a physical extension that is grafted onto the piano, allowing access to the forte pedal from a distance. Remote control of the dampers considerably expands contemporary piano playing, creating new avenues for creation.

in progress Call FRArt 2023

from Wednesday, 22 June 2022
at 12:00:00 AM
to Wednesday, 22 June 2022
at 11:59:00 PM

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The FRArt biennal Call 2023 will open mid-December 2022 on e-space. The relevant documentation is available hereafter: