Pieter Van den Bosch [BE] presented by Bozar

Paint Explosions

Paint Explosions
Paint Explosions

28.03.2017

Pieter Van den Bosch is literally empowering the opening of the Yves Klein exhibition by installing a performance tailor-made to Bozar. Just before you enter the exhibition, you witness an event. Using paint and explosives – recurring materials in Van den Bosch’s oeuvre – he compels Klein’s heritage to become a modus operandi for today.

• Pieter Van den Bosch (°1983) studied Performance at the Maastricht Theatre Academy. Fire and detonations are constant elements in his work, in addition to other, earthly themes such as light, animals, and nature.

 

EXTRA ON 28/03


18:30 onwards
THEATRE OF THE VOID
Yves Klein
exhibition


19:00
HORSE
Miet Warlop
performance


concept, performance Pieter Van den Bosch | camera Sebastiaan Beysen | commisioned by Bozar

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