Exhibition

20 May–01 August 2010

I, the Undersigned

From Friday, 21 May until Sunday, 1 August, BAK, basis voor actuele kunst presents I, the Undersigned, the first solo exhibition by Lebanese theater director, playwright, actor, and visual artist Rabih Mroué. The opening takes place on Thursday, 20 May 2010 at 20.00 hrs at BAK.

Mroué’s work engages with issues of individual responsibility, the intertwining of personal histories with wider narratives, and representations of power with particular attention towards Lebanon and the Middle East.

On Thursday, 17 June 2010 from 17.00–20.00 hrs, BAK presents, in collaboration with the conference Waiting for the Political Moment, a lecture by philosopher Simon Critchley, followed by a performance by Rabih Mroué titled The Inhabitants of Images.

Publications

newsletter
Rabih Mroué: I, the Undersigned

exhibition text
Rabih Mroué: I, the Undersigned
by Cosmin Costinas and Maria Hlavajova

Program

lecture-performance
17.06.2010
The Inhabitants of Images

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Education Program

29 June, 19.00–16 July, 21.00 2020

Course: Art as Politics [Rerun on Request]

An Online Extension of BAK Public Studies

Due to popular demand, BAK Public Studies offers a rerun of the online course Art as Politics, taking place on the following dates: 29 June & 2, 6, 9, 13, and 16 July 2020.
This digital extension of BAK Public Studies, taught by Maria Hlavajova, is prompted by the urgency to continue collective thinking through, learning about, and imagining critical, politically-informed artistic practices that grasp—and intervene into—the present. Please note: this Open Call is now closed and the course is fully booked.

Education Program

8 June, 19.00–25 June, 21.00 2020

Course: Art as Politics [Open Call closed]

An Online Extension of BAK Public Studies

BAK Public Studies offers the new online course Art as Politics. This digital extension of BAK Public Studies is prompted by the urgency to continue collective thinking through, learning about, and imagining critical, politically-informed artistic practices that grasp—and intervene into—the present.

Dates: Mondays and Thursdays on 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, and 25 June 2020, 19–21 hrs CET. [Please note: this Open Call is now closed and the course is fully booked].