Exploring the human (un)consciousness
Cio Che sempre Parla in Silenzio e' il Corpo, 1974, manipulates language by means of m disturbing mirrow effects, thus suggesting that language is a construction of thoughts that originates in the brain and can be easily be made of signs other than letters.
Hand to Mouth, Volume I (English), 1999, involves concrete research on the working of the area where language is processed in one's own brain.
Untitled I/Untitled II, 1981, leads to an absurd and grotesque spectacle by manipulating well-known newscaster Joop van Zijl's discourse.
Pas de deux, 2007, presents interchangeable moments where political leaders or other talking heads have arrived at a pathetic, faltering cul de sac of language and movement.
It is Like Reading a Word, 1979, addresses topics such as interpretation, understanding and communication.
Just Say NO to Family Values, 2006, conveys burning poetry by John Giorno.
The works are in English and Dutch.
The exhibition Speaking Out Loud is on display until January 24 and will be accessible before the screening.
Start: 20.30 h.
Door open: 20.00 h.
Entrance 3,50 (2,50 with discount)
Please make reservations:+31 20 6237101