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Talking Anxiety

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Talking Anxiety

Talking Anxiety were discussion evenings about anxiety. A small group of people came together (max. 8 attendees) to research the subject further.
We will explore the topic through conversing in a small group (max. 8 participants). We will create a safe space to share experiences of and thoughts about anxiety – if you join, you are free to choose if you want to share your own experiences and to what extent. You are welcome to attend once or multiple times.
The first evening will be a general one. We will explore questions such as ‘What is anxiety?’, ‘How can we tell that we are anxious?’ and ‘What is the influence of anxiety?’. From this first conversation we will distill the themes to explore in the four nights after. Keep an eye on this event to learn what those will be.
The discussion nights start at 19.00 and end around 21.00. Beforehand the exhibition Daydreaming Subverts the World will be open so you can take a look around before we start. The discussion nights themselves will take place behind closed doors.
Please reserve your spot by sending an email to bureaucontemporaryanxiety@gmail.com. Please also state whether you would prefer to discuss in English or in Dutch.
All findings of the Bureau through questionnaires and discussion nights will feed into a final presentation on the 5th of November.
(If travel costs are stopping you from coming, please let us know, we might be able to reimburse you. )

Talking Anxiety was hosted as a part of the exhibition ‘Daydreaming Subverts the World’  and was hosted by Bureau for the Investigation of Contemporary Anxiety.

Wed Sep 20

7:00 PM

Thu Sep 28

7:00 PM

Thu Oct 5

7:00 PM

Thu Oct 12

7:00 PM

Thu Oct 19

7:00 PM

Eindpresentatie / Endpresentation of first findings was hosted on November 5th, 2017, during Kunstlijn.

 

DAYDREAMING SUBVERTS THE WORLD