13—15.02.20

Opening: 13.02.2020 – 14:00

Exhibition

NEIN presents:
Enter Through The Void, Exit Through The Gift Shop

installation & talks

Enter Through The Void, Exit Through The Gift Shop

Enter Through The Void, Exit Through The Gift Shop is a brand new arts festival at CAMPO victoria and Kunsthal Ghent. Next to showcasing international artists that blur the boundaries between performance and visual art, the programme aims to reflect on the ecology of a contemporary arts festival by applying the circle of sustainability and by showing the invisible layers of presentation moments.

For three days a temporary exhibition layer of art installations and beds are placed in Kunsthal Gent. This reproductive zone of the arts festival Enter Through The Void, Exit Through The Gift Shop is installed to provide an accommodation for the performance artists that show their work at CAMPO victoria during the arts festival.

Each day this zone of care is complemented by daily talks hosted by Engagement arts, Caveat & Curators Anonymous.

━━━ Installations / Tents by artists ━ 14:00 - 18:00 ━━━

Lara Grimmelprez & Astrid De Mazière
Joris Kerremans, Sarah Callewaert & Toon Verdonck
Egon Van Herreweghe
Shervin Sheikh Rezaei
Romain Tallet
Juliet Merie, Charlotte Stuby & Danbi Hur
Leon de Bruijne & Eline Harmse
Helen Van de Vloet
Lieselot Siddiki & Luka Lazhuli
Olivier Goethals
Natasha Rijkhoff
Sofia Caesar

━━━ Talks ━ 15:00 - 17:00 ━━━

☿ 13.02 / Engagement arts ☿
Engagement is an artist-led movement tackling sexual harassment, sexism and power abuse in the Belgian arts field.

❤ 14.02 / Caveat ❤
Caveat is a collective research project reflecting and acting on the ecology of artistic practice.

♚ 15.02 / Curators Anonymous ♚
Curators Anonymous, is a non-profit, non-affiliated association of curators in Belgium, founded in 2019 offering a platform for exchange on pressing issues affecting curators.————


Enter Through The Void, Exit Through The Gift Shop is supported by CAMPO, Kunsthal Gent, d e t h e a t e r m a k e r, Stad Gent, Cultuur Gent, Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Flemish Government.