Caveat is a collective research project initiated by Jubilee, reflecting and acting on the ecology of artistic practice. Emptor continues along the methodology and efforts of Caveat. It actively applies the practice-based approach to 'property', a concept that highly defines the economy of visual arts.

Caveat Reading Room #9 with Patrick Bernier & Olive Martin

Peniche Tenaceboot
Quai des Matériaux/Materiaalkaai, behind:
Allée du Kaai
Havenlaan 53 Avenue du Port, 1000 Brussels

Collective reading and discussion of fragments from Zeros + Ones: Digital Women and the New Technoculture, 1998, a book by Sadie Plant selected by Patrick Bernier & Olive Martin.

The text is selected by Patrick Bernier & Olive Martin: an artist duo currently based in Nantes, France. Bernier & Martin have worked collaboratively for over a decade, developing a varied body of work that combines writing, performance, installation, photography and film. Throughout the years, they have developed a particular string of interests: migration, rights, colonial history, games, onomastics, weaving, etc. Their projects explore the issues of hospitality and hosting, as well as the porousness of identity. The works are nourished by open collaborations with storytellers, lawyers specialised in author and foreigner rights, an American auctioneer, chess players, and more recently, weavers. Patrick Bernier & Olive Martin are currently developing a specific research that focuses on the circulation of cultural products on a global scale while problematising the question of the global transmission of knowledge and techniques.

Patrick & Olive in their 'weaving machine' with participant, next to Allée du Kaai

Copies will be available. Caveat's reading rooms are free of charge, and everybody is welcome.

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