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Toestand

Workshops at the Museum Shop

exhibition workshop

Workshops at the Museum Shop
Workshops at the Museum Shop
Sat 18.06.22

During Bye Bye Kaai Toestand vzw will set up a part of their Allee du Kaai museum in Kaaitheater: Here you can find Toestand books, make t-shirts, stickers or buttons, or have a chat with the people from Allee du Kaai. For everyone, by everyone.

Academy for Urban Action

Urban Showcase : De Stad en ik/wij’

exhibition

Urban Showcase : De Stad en ik/wij’
Urban Showcase : De Stad en ik/wij’
Sat 30.04.22

Tijdens de interactieve ‘Urban Showcas’e expo op 30 april stellen de jongeren van Academy for Urban Action hun eerste bevindingen en resultaten voor rond het thema ‘De Stad en ik/wij’. Op het programma: tal van workshops en nieuwe tools, met onder andere een zelfontwikkeld logo, het AUA manifest, een kaartspel over stedelijke reflectie, een ‘Urban Podcast’ wandeling en een Tindereske ‘Swipe for Brussels’ app. 

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker/Rosas

Dark Red

dance exhibition

Dark Red
Dark Red
Sat 23.04 - Sun 08.05.22

What would it mean for choreography to perform as an exhibition? In 2021, De Keersmaeker was invited by Fondation Beyeler to create Dark Red—Beyeler, a ‘live installation’ where the dancing body faced the sculptural work of Auguste Rodin and Hans Arp

Lietje Bauwens & Wouter De Raeve/431

The Northern Quarter; a collection of stories

exhibition

The Northern Quarter; a collection of stories
The Northern Quarter; a collection of stories
Fri 10.09 - Sat 11.09.21

Lietje Bauwens and Wouter De Raeve will exhibit a remnant of the WTC towers at Kaaitheater. In the 1960s, this building project was an ambitious dream; but today, the towers have already been demolished. What to do with the debris of failed modernism, the waste of contemporary capitalism? Does what is being built today on these remnants offer a worthy alternative, or do we need fresh alternatives?

workspacebrussels

Open Studios

installation video exhibition

Open Studios
Open Studios
Thu 15.04 - Fri 16.04.21

For this extra-large edition of the Open Studios, workspacebrussels has mapped out a museum-like route throughout their spaces and the neighbouring Kaaistudios. As you discover both buildings from sides you haven’t seen before, you will be surprised by installations, sculptures and videos set up in unexpected places. But the experience doesn’t end there: you are also invited to a curated walk in the city, a WhatsApp-performance, and unannounced interventions in public space.

Wouter Krokaert

Composities in het wilde weg

performance exhibition

Composities in het wilde weg
Composities in het wilde weg
Fri 28.06.19

WORKING TITLE FESTIVAL — Within a series of small compositions, bodies are placed and displaced in relation to each other. Playing with weight and balance, they counterbalance and shape the space between them. In the margin of the performance, Wouter Krokaert also shows the visual work that underlies it. What is explored in one area is reinforced and supplemented in another, across the boundaries of disciplines.

The Monastery

BARDO STATES

ritual performance exhibition

BARDO STATES
BARDO STATES
Thu 14.03 - Wed 20.03.19

The Monastery invites you to dive into the Bardo States: liminal moments between living and dying, in or out of your body, where you balance on the edge of the unknown. 

Patrícia Portela

Parasomnia - Late Night

exhibition conversation

Parasomnia - Late Night
Parasomnia - Late Night
Thu 21.12 - Thu 21.12.17

What does it mean to abandon yourself to sleep in a society which considers it to be an inevitable illness? Patrícia Portela invites you to an installation of four rooms, which you walk through one by one. Chef Annick Gernaey prepares a 'sleeping supper' and Antarctica researcher Nathalie Pattyn (VUB) discusses the influence of light and dark on the quality of sleep.

Patrícia Portela

Parasomnia

exhibition installation

Parasomnia
Parasomnia
Tue 19.12 - Thu 21.12.17

What does it mean to abandon yourself to sleep in a society which considers it to be an inevitable illness? Patrícia Portela invites you to an installation of four rooms, which you walk through one by one. You pass a series of paintings, images that pass you by almost unnoticed. While listening to 1001 stories, you are enticed to fall asleep – or perhaps to wake up.

Mario Merz

Il Numero Ingressa (come) i frutti

exhibition

Il Numero Ingressa (come) i frutti
Il Numero Ingressa (come) i frutti
Thu 30.03.17

Key figure in the Arte Povera movement Mario Merz became fascinated by the famous Fibonacci sequence in the 1970s. He translated the series into spiralling forms, igloos, and compositions with tables. CC Strombeek is exhibiting the title page and three images of such a table design.

Yves Klein

Theatre of the Void

exhibition

Theatre of the Void
Theatre of the Void
Tue 28.03 - Sat 01.04.17

With his visual art and spectacular performances, Yves Klein was the precursor to the happening and to body art. In this exhibition you become acquainted with his oeuvre through unseen masterpieces and rarely exhibited visual works.

Filip Berte

Un-Home / Moving Stones - Momentum #3 

lecture performance exhibition

Un-Home / Moving Stones - Momentum #3 
Un-Home / Moving Stones - Momentum #3 
Sat 25.03 - Sat 01.04.17

Filip Berte’s current project focuses on the mechanism of inclusion and exclusion of uninvited newcomers in Western society. With the use of a camera obscura and a hidden digital camera, he installed a critical ‘moment of auto-reflection’ in several asylum centers. During Performatik he initiates a new phase of the project in an asylum center in Brussels

Feiko Beckers

The understanding of nonsense

exhibition

The understanding of nonsense
The understanding of nonsense
Sat 25.03 - Sat 01.04.17

Feiko Beckers builds pile dwellings in the white foyer of the Beursschouwburg. Inside, he presents sculptures, films, texts, and performances. Each work offers a solution for an apparently trivial problem, but all these attempts fail miserably.

Andros Zins-Browne

Animating Freedom

video exhibition

Atlas Insights: Animating Freedom
Atlas Insights: Animating Freedom
Tue 22.11.16

During the last Insight evening, Andros Zins-Browne is opening a one-night exhibition with work by six video artists. They focus on the real versus virtual worlds, and how political leaders use images to manipulate our concepts of freedom.

Kris Verdonck/A Two Dogs Company

DANCER #3

exhibition installation

DANCER #3
DANCER #3
Sat 23.04.16

You see a robot trying to stand upright. It always falls over again, but does not give up. It cheerfully and indefatigably undergoes the process of trial and error, falling over and picking itself up again.

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