ABOUT THIS SITE >>> This site is a blog as well as an archive. It gives visibility to the continues working of radical_hope, its current move to radical_house, the research project Distraction As Discipline (2016 - 2019) and the process of OTÇOE - works for passers-by, a working trajectory (2013 and 2014).

radical_house is a long term project and has a threefold nature: it presents a physical place, a framework and a logic. When in 2013 teaching and mentoring became an extension of Langsdorf's artistic practices now radical_house stems from her pedagogical experience where 'being in dialogue' with others is her main principle.

Distraction As Discipline is an investigation into enactivist principles in art and education (research trajectory at KASK School of Arts Ghent 2016-19). It considers the potential of performance art and pedagogy in general, in resisting the current and massive desubjectivation, by critically reclaiming both, attention for the moment and participation in a process.

OTÇOE - works for passers-by was the development of radical_hope's artistic practice in the city and questioned how and by whom this practice (and its bodily, social and economical aspects) is perceived. The title refers to the public of a city and to how we encounter and register most things on our way through the city: Out of The Corner of Our Eyes. OTÇOE.

[>>> more on radical_hope]





radical_house 2020 ...


Workers' Club - open to the broad public

15-02-2017 [• shop shop • economy • workshops etc. • transition • DAD - education • Making Space/S ]



* InCompany Workers' at Manual for Work and Happiness Seminar
[15 July - Pergine / Italy]


InCompany in da Cave - 2 Chapters / Halles Saint Géry in centre of the cemtre of Brussels: Feb - June 2017
23 / 2,  18:30 – 21:30 > 1: you & your work
30 / 3, 18:30 – 21:30 >
2: work overload

28 Oct 2016 / Vooruit - Ghent
30 Apr 2016 / Kunstencentrum Buda - Kortrijk
16 April 20:30 / Beursschouwburg - Brussels
15 April 20:30 / Beursschouwburg - Brussels

I n C o m p a n y    W o r k e r s '  C l u b
[Einat Tuchman, Heike Langsdorf, Nicolas Galeazzi]

In times where the demand for creative collaborations between art and economy
is high up on the political agenda, InCompany puts the case to the test.

InCompany founded a club for workers of any background, to discuss their
relation to work beyond the companies’ productive boundaries:
a challenging chill-out place to contemplate on labour, social construction,
personal beliefs and the broader economy we are all operating in.

Inspired by the designs and ideas of Alexander Rodchenko’s Workers' Club,
exhibited in Paris in 1925, InCompany is taken them further into our contemporary reality.
The Workers' Club invites 'comrades' to take part in an examination of the complex,
sometimes harsh, sometimes confusing, often intriguing working conditions
we are facing in the hyper connective age.

An investigation into the distance between the work we do and the values we desire to create.

During the club evenings people can participate in three different practices designed by InCompany.
These practices enable us to consider our personal working conditions and relations through multiple perspectives.
They raise questions of how our micro experiences as workers - whether employed or not -
relate with the macro events, our society is participating in.

>>> more on the process <<<
>>> www.incompanybrussels.be (under construction) <<<

Creation and performance: Einat Tuchman, Heike Langsdorf, Nicolas Galeazzi,
With the feedback and participation of: Gosie Vervloessem,
Ian Holms, Sébastien Hendrickx, Karlien Vanhoonacker, Lieve Demin, Reginald Carpentier, Peter Strijdonk, Sergio Roberto Gratteri,
Imola and Roberto Michieletto, Khaled Barghouthi, Helena Dietrich, Jean Marie Verleysen, Dominique Viaene
Thanks to all the participants of the various workshops and try-outs by InCompany during the last year!
Graphic Design: Helena Dietrich
Production: Kunstenwerkplaats Pianofabriek
Kunstencentrum Buda Kortrijk, Beursschouwburg-Brussels , Vooruit-Ghent,
Support: Foam
Technical Support: Christoph Ragg