Staging life-size phantasmagorical figures, the artist examines the formulation of historic narratives and how past tragedies are constantly renegotiated.
The exhibition includes works dating from 1998 to the present day and brings together photographs and films with subtle spatial interventions and two large-scale installations.
Every Saturday starting at 4 p.m. you can visit all the exhibitions for free and get a closer look at them, guided by the artists.
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Climate: Our Right to Breathe is a publication that examines the interrelationship between climate change, neo-colonialism and the different global systems of oppression and dispossession.
From your own screen you can access Juan Muñoz, Christian Boltanski, Carlos Pazos or Jordi Benito installations, or stroll around the Basquiat and Guerrilla Girls' works.
Artist, composer and researcher Edwin van der Heide expands musical composition and musical language in spatial, interactive, and interdisciplinary directions.
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Undead Matter is an unfolding conversation about where life lies in the ever-turning matter of our universe, as it rhythmically resurfaces over millennia.