Guided Tour

1-22 December 2018

Guided Tours Forensic Justice

Forensic Architecture, The Bombing of Rafah, Gaza, Palestine, 1 August 2014, 2015, opening exhibition Forensic Justice bij BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht, 2018, foto: Tom Janssen

Join a guided tour of Forensic Justice, an exhibition with works by Forensic Architecture! A guided tour costs €5,- (price includes entrance to the exhibition). The tour lasts one hour and will, depending on the participants, be in Dutch or English. There is a limited capacity for each tour, so we advise you to book a ticket in advance to ensure a spot.

Location: Pauwstraat 13a, Utrecht

Dates and times:

Saturday 1 December 15.30-16.30 hrs. Book your ticket here.

Sunday 9 December 13.30-14.30 hrs. Book your ticket here.

Saturday 15 December 13.30-14.30 hrs. Book your ticket here.

Saturday 22 December 13.30-14.30 hrs. Book your ticket here.

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