Performance

1 May 2016

 

Universal Anthem (2013) performed by Zuilens Fanfarecorps

On Sunday 1 May 2016, together with Centraal Museum and the Zuilens Fanfare Corps Utrecht, BAK hosts four live performances of Société Réaliste’s work Universal Anthem (2013). As a part of the Cultural Sunday titled “Bestemming Bereikt”, or Destination Reached, the piece is played on four different locations throughout the city center. The performance at the Centraal Museum ends with a conversation between museum director Edwin Jacobs and artists Ferenc Gróf (Société Réaliste) and Jonas Staal on the creation of this universal anthem and questions around the notions of national identity and citizenship.

Times and locations:

  • 13.15 hrs.: Domplein
  • 14.00 hrs.: Stadhuisbrug
  • 14.45 hrs.: Utrechts Archief
  • 15.30 hrs.: Centraal Museum

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9-13 September 2019

Bratislava BAK Summer School: Art as Politics

The Bratislava BAK Summer School: Art as Politics is a collaborative and intensive learning week in Bratislava from 9–13 September 2019, organized in partnership with Open Studio/ Studio IN – Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, APART Collective in Bratislava, and initiated by Kristína Országhová.

Exhibition

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HKU MA Fine Art Graduation Show with daily performances

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Series

10 March 2019–05 January 2020

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