Schlagwort: art

WHEN SOUND ENDS

Due to the lockdown starting on the 22nd of November, the exhibition can only be visited until the 19th of November. All persons must wear an FFP2 face mask and the 2G rule applys (recovered or vaccinated). This series of works explores themes of corporeality, in relation to sound production and audition, touch, and loss. […]

SUN RA RA

Exhibition Opening: October 12th, 2021, 7pmOpening Hours: October 13th – 20th 2021, 3 – 6pm; Sunday closed Please refer to the current Covid19 Regulations! a nonsequential sound installation in three parts On his first visit to the Ghetto Biennale in Haiti, Belgian artist Tom Bogaert heard something familiar in the rara marching music that was […]

Goosebumps

Exhibition Opening September 23rd, 2021, 6 pmOpening Hours September 24rd – 30th, 3 – 6 pmPlease refer to the current Covid19 Regulations!  As a breeze runs over my skin, as a being caresses me, as I reach aesthetic heights, little muscles are pulling my hair erect. What do these mute gestures mean when I experience a subtle sound or […]

A CLICK, A WINK, A NOD OR THE BLINK OF AN EYE – a temporary assemblage exploring the edges of perception

Opening Hours: June 22nd – 30th, 3 – 6pmPlease refer to the current Covid19 Regulations!  For several years, Elisabeth Molin has been collecting materials and making auditory interviews related to the edges of vision and perception. In her solo exhibition a click, a wink, a nod or the blink of an eye, Molin will assemble […]

Monologue

During the second wave of lockdowns and cultural stop spread all around Europe in late 2020, bb15 invited sound artist Michele Spanghero in a process of “remote residency” for the creation of a compositional work dealing with silence and the emptyness of the cultural spaces. In times when the current condition could not be imagined, […]

how to turn a man into a melon

Exhibition OpeningTuesday, October 20th 2020, 7:00pm The phrase „out of touch“ or „out of touch with reality“ stands for a feeling of incapacity to understand, or to feel/touch something anymore: a symptom that may also describe our current relationship to technology. In the seemingly dematerializing world, we engage more and more with immaterial and territorially […]