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By Building Conversation (Netherlands)
During an Impossible Conversation you enter into conversation with each other based on personal experiences related to a challenging topic. The different perspectives present in the group come together during the conversation. Impossible Conversation is inspired by a Jesuit method in which you slow down and connect personal images by writing, reading, and speaking together.
This conversation is part of a series of Impossible Conversations with topics relating...
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12 Apr 2021, 12pm
Conducted in English
Rating / Age Limit
- Rating to be advised
- Recommended for 16 years and above
No Late Entry
- There will be no late admission once the session has started.
Photography / Video Recording Rules
- No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is allowed for this event.
Sat 15 May, 3pm-5pm | Impossible Conversation on Care
What does it mean to care? How can we talk about giving care in these times?
Sun 16 May, 3pm-5pm | Impossible Conversation on Risk
Do you wish you had taken more risks? Or was there a risky decision you regretted?
Sat 29 May, 3pm-5pm | Impossible Conversation on Obedience
What makes you choose to obey or break the rules? Have you ever obeyed someone but secretly wanted to defy them instead?
Sun 30 May, 3pm-5pm | Impossible Conversation on Trust
How can we trust? Was there a moment that you just needed to trust someone or something whatever the outcome?
The way we talk to each other influences the future we shall build together.
Building Conversation explores innovative ways to engage in thought-provoking topics through the power of interactive art and performance as well as other creative social endeavors.
These artistically driven shared experiences are designed to spark creativity, inspire openness, and foster a more conscious line of communication, helping us gain revelatory insights into how we can positively impact the constructs of social interaction.
By unlearning and challenging what convention has taught us about the art of conversation, we afford ourselves more room for self-reflection and original thought, hereby granting ourselves the freedom to conceive our own novel means of communication.
Learn more about Building Conversation here