23–24 September 17, 12–4 pm

Participation fee: 15 €, reduced 10 € (Ticket)

Please note: You can take the East and West workshop whether you participated in the earlier workshop or not.


Mapping Dimension 27


Two-day Workshop, in English



<p>Portrait CAConrad, Photo: Beatrice Gibson</p>

Portrait CAConrad, Photo: Beatrice Gibson


CAConrad will create a (Soma)tic Poetry Ritual at KW Institute for Contemporary Art based on the work of Ian Wilson. For the two-day workshop he will use handmade maps and a reconfigured version of Jason Dodge’s sculpture A golden lightning rod pointing north to study the many aspects of our planet’s directional points of East and West. He will use these references to explore life and death, as the known and the unknown forces of our world and how these directional archetypes help and hinder our lives. This is a love letter to the Future Wilderness of our world.


In March of 2017 he conducted the North and South workshop at KW, exploring the power structures of manmade maps in relation to societal treatment of the northern and southern hemispheres of our bodies. 


CAConrad is the author of nine books of poetry and essays; the latest While Standing in Line for Death (Wave Books, 2017), which includes the poems from Width of a Witch, and Mount Monadnock Transmissions (Sharking of the Birdcage) both published by Jason Dodge’s poetry press 500places. He has received fellowships from The Pew Foundation, Lannan Foundation, MadDowell Colony, Headlands Center fro the Arts, and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity.


The workshop Mapping Dimension 27 of CAConrad takes place in the framework of Corpus, network for performance practice. Corpus is Bulegoa z/b (Bilbao, ES), Contemporary Art Centre (Vilnius, LT), If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution (Amsterdam, NL), KW Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin, DE), Playground (STUK Kunstencentrum & M-Museum, Leuven, BE), and Tate Modern (London, GB). Corpus is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.





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