April resident Fred Dewey invites all every Sunday in April between 1 and 3pm for a reading moment:
'The Hannah Arendt Working Group is dedicated to reading the texts of Arendt out loud around a table at public locations across Europe and the United States. Arendt, one of the titans of 20th century thinking, created a body of work that is simultaneously poetic, philosophical, and prophetic. The text for the April Brussels group will focus on culture and politics from the newly released Thinking Without a Bannister. The Working Group is led by Fred Dewey, April artist in residence at SUPERDEALS and author of The School of Public Life (Doormats 2015, 2nd printing 2017). In summer '17, Dewey led a version of the Working Group, "The Portable Polis," across Berlin, sponsored by ZK/U. The Brussels gathering meets Sundays in April at 1 pm, at SUPERDEALS. Free text copies will be provided and all are welcome. No advance reading or prior experience with Arendt are necessary.'
With kind support of Sint-Gillis Cultuur and Vedett