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Opening: 21.05.2021 – 20:00

21.05—13.06.2021

Tentoonstelling

BEN THORP BROWN:
THE ARCADIA CENTER #1

Het werk van Ben Thorp Brown (1983, US) onderzoekt de effecten van voortdurende economische, ecologische en technologische veranderingen. Hij werkt met video, sculptuur en installatie en zijn projecten worden vaak ontwikkeld in dialoog met specifieke architecturale sites en landschappen, die een decor worden voor een fictieve wereld.

The Arcadia Center is een organisatie die is ontstaan vanuit de missie om mensen te helpen om hun empathisch vermogen naar elkaar en de natuurlijke wereld te oefenen en verder te ontwikkelen. Bezoekers van The Arcadia Center worden uitgenodigd om zich onder te dompelen in deze parallelle wereld, een toevluchtsoord voor deze donkere tijden. In eerdere edities in Jeu de Paume, CAPC Bordeaux, en Museo Amparo werd het project geënsceneerd door middel van film, sculptuur, meubels, en geluidsinstallatie. Het is geïnspireerd op ideeën voor het bouwen van werelden, die variëren van modernistische architectuur, Romeinse mythologie tot sciencefiction-praktijken.

De installatie in het paviljoen is een proloog op een toevoeging aan de Endless Exhibition in het voorjaar van 2022.

BEN THORP BROWN:
THE ARCADIA CENTER #1

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