Guido Reni Hall – admittance €5.00; free for myMAXXI cardholders (reservations for the first 10 places may be made in writing to email@example.com by the day before the event, subject to availability).
Within the ambit of The Independent – the MAXXI research project opening doors to independent initiatives – the transnational organization European Alternatives is organizing Terzo tempo / Overtime, a dual project composed of a day of debate and action around the idea of Europe and a map illustrated by the artist Marco Raparelli and dedicated to 10 years of social movements in Europe.
Some of the most interesting voices in politics and art will be discussing central issues such as democracy, equality and culture:
The day will also be punctuated by the performative actions of Kinkaleri and Stalker with No Working.
The debate will be followed at 7:30 PM by the presentation and screening in the MAXXI Auditorium of the film Io, Daniel Blake, 2016, by Ken Loach, Palme d’or at the Cannes Film Festival, in partnership with DiEM Voice. Ken Loach will be participating together with Berardo Carboni and Danae Stratou.
AuditoriumArte – Auditorium Parco della Musica
Xeneide. Il Dono dell’Altro – Eur(h)ope, Let’s Dance All together!
An action from Auditorium Parco della Musica to the MAXXI piazza by Stalker and No Working
Sala Guido Reni – MAXXI
Welcome and introduction
Ken Loach director
Ulrike Guerot Professor of European Policy and the Study of Democracy at the Danube University Krems and board member of European Alternatives,
Tania Bruguera artist
Marcelo Exposito artist and vice-president of the Spanish Parliament
Niccolò Milanese Director of European Alternatives
Perfomance Kinkaleri, All!
Maria Hlavajova Museo BAK Director, Utrecht
Hou Hanru MAXXI artistic director
Cesare Pietroiusti artist
Jonas Staal artist
Barbara Spinelli Member of the European Parliament in the GUE / NGL Group
Perfomance Kinkaleri, Trrrrr
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Daphne Büllesbach is the Programme Director at European Alternatives and a member of the Transnational Board. She coordinates and oversees the annual events of EA, the Transeuropa Festival and the Campus of European Alternatives, alternating each year. In 2012 she founded the Berlin office after having been an activist with EA for a couple of years. She is also a member of the board of the German think tank Institut Solidarische Moderne which looks at the potential and pathway of a red-red-green government on the federal level in Germany. Previously, she worked in social science research and the evaluation of government programmes. She also has a background in international humanitarian and development organisations in Kenia, Morocco, Argentina and Belgium. Her studies in European Studies and Social / Political Sciences brought her to London, Paris and Cambridge.
Artists and politician
Is an artist and political activist from Spain. He is the vicepresident of the Spanish Congress for Barcelona en Comú and the secretary third of the table of the Congress of Deputies.
Maria Hlavajova is the founder and artistic director of BAK, a platform for art, theory, and politics based in Utrecht, the Netherlands, since 2000. At BAK and beyond, Hlavajova has organized many collaborative international research, discursive, educational, and exhibitionary projects, and edited numerous publications on art as public sphere and political space.
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Ken Loach is an English director of television and independent film. He is known for his socially critical directing style and for his socialist ideals, which are evident in his film treatment of social issues such as poverty, homelessness (Cathy Come Home, 1966) and labour rights (Riff-Raff, 1991, and The Navigators, 2001). Loach’s film Kes (1969) was voted the seventh greatest British film of the 20th century in a poll by the British Film Institute. Two of his films, The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2006) and I, Daniel Blake (2016) received the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, making him the ninth filmmaker to win the award twice.
Niccolò Milanese is Chair of European Alternatives, where he chairs the transnational and advisory boards. He is also part of the elected steering committees of the Cultural Innovators Network – a trans- Mediterranean network of cultural activists and hybridizers – and the Europe+ campaign for a more democratic European Union. He has consultancy experience with the British Council, the Goethe Institute and with the Open University, and prior to starting European Alternatives worked editing poetry and literature magazines, as a freelance writer and as an academic researcher. He was educated in Cambridge and Paris, where he was an Entente Cordiale Scholar.
Jonas Staal is a Dutch visual artist. His work deals with the relationship between art, democracy, and propaganda and has often generated public debate.