On Holes and Hosting - an Invitation to an interactive evening of game playing and sock mending
Join artists Anat Litwin and Sally Krysztal at HaDira, the Liebling Haus’ Residency Program, for an interactive event which includes game playing and domestic skill development, taking place in two parallel rounds. Guests will gather around the table in the dining room to play a new board game in which participants follow a transnational journey of the HomeBase Project while contemplating on critical practices of artistic hosting in the city. Simultaneously guests will convene in the living room to acquire a practical, albeit gradually disappearing, domestic skill - repairing socks, by participating in a sock mending workshop.
*Place is limited, sign up required in advance. Please bring with you a sock with a hole and your own playing dice.
The Urban Artistic Hosting Platform (UAHP) is hosted at HaDira Residency at Liebling Haus, and focuses on critical practices of creative hosting in the city and redefining art and artists’ role in reshaping urbanism
Anat Litwin is an artist and researcher. Founder of the Homebase Project and the Urban Artistic Hosting Platform, Anat has spent over a decade developing artistic hosting practices. She is a Ph.D. candidate in the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology and a fellow of the Ariane de Rothschild Women Doctoral Program. Sally Krysztal is a multidisciplinary artist, inspired by traditional crafts and local knowledge, body, movement, and performance, and explores the tension between presence and absence.
Program Curator: Arch. Sabrina Cegla