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Friday, March 27 – 8 pm

 
Hella van ’t Hof, Mask, 2017, embroidery on transfer, 30×24 cm

Zwischenräume

“Zwischenräume” is a group exhibition that brings twenty-five artists from six different countries together. The exhibition takes its inspiration from French philosopher Olivier Remaud‘s essay Voluntary Solitude that is circling around the art of being alone. What are we looking for in solitude? “Zwischenräume” invites the viewers to question their own desire for loneliness and seek a silent dialogue with oneself. The often uncanny, yet dreamy artworks frame the experience of self-inflicted isolation. An initiative of the non for profit art foundation Debysaysyes (NL). Please check the program below.

Participating artists are Christiane Ainsley (FR), Vivian Ammerlaan (NL), Joan van Barneveld (NL), Karin Beyens (BE), Paul Corvers (NL), Hadassah Emmerich (BE), Toussaint Essers (NL), Karen Foss (GB), John Francis (FR), Madlen Herrström (FR), Hella van ’t Hof (NL), René Korten (NL), Elfie Kristiana (BE), Erwin van Krey (NL), Annika Lochtman (NL), George Meertens (NL), Ulla Pedersen (DK), Benyamin Perry (NL), Jan van der Ploeg (NL), Anne Roorda (NL), Steffen Schiemann (DE), Erica Scheper (NL), Aimée Terburg (NL), Chris Vanderschaeghe (BE) and Witte Wartena (DE). Curated by Berlin based art historian Cigdem Caglayan.

 

Friday 27th March 2020
20.00-23.30 Opening in company of several of the participating artists. Short speeches by Debsaysyes, and ROSALUX. Artist talk led by curator Cigdem Caglayan and Daniel Neugebauer and video performance by Dafne Narvaez

Saturday 28th March 2020
13.00-20.00 Open for public
15.00 Welcome by Jacqueline Grubben, Debsaysyes and Tiny Domingos ROSALUX. First Artist talk led by Cigdem Caglayan (curator Zwischenräume) and Daniel Neugebauer
18.30 Video performance by Dafne Narvaez

Sunday 29th March 2020
11.00-18.00 Open for public
13.00 Short speech curator Cigdem Caglayan on the topic of the exhibition
16.30 Video performance by Dafne Narvaez
18.00 Closing speech by Jacqueline Grubben

 

Sa. March 28th,   1 pm – 8 pm
Su. March 29th, 11 am – 6 pm