A PERFORMANCE AFFAIR is a platform dedicated to the performance art in Brussels. For this first edition entitled “Panopticon”, the foundation supports the work of Sarah Trouche (FR). Using the artwork Semiotics kitchen by the feminist artist Martha Rosler, Sarah Trouche will create a set of sculptures with 300 underwear that she has collected, washed and dyed beforehand. Through this action, she imagines a manifesto around the notion of female emancipation, radical and collective.
Sarah Trouche is a French visual artist who uses performance, photography, video and sculpture in her practice. She uses her body as a social and political tool.
Performance Saturday 8 September at 14:00 > 18:15 (duration: 4h)
Sunday, exhibition of the installation You Should wear your revolution from 11:00 to 19:00
50 rue de l’Ecuyer, 1000 Brussels