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Basis voor Actuele Kunst - BAK

Public Institution
 
Vectors of the Possible, Finissage 28.11.2010
 
  On Sunday 28 November, BAK, basis voor actuele kunst is pleased to invite you to the finissage of Vectors of the Possible, a group exhibition curated by freelance curator and critic Simon Sheikh. Between 16.00 and 17.00 hrs, BAK curator Cosmin Costinas, leads a free tour through the exhibition. At 17.00 hrs, we warmly invite you to join us for a drink on BAK's upper floor. Vectors of the Possible shows works by Matthew Buckingham, chto delat/What is to be done?, Freee, Sharon Hayes, Runo Lagomarsino & Johan Tirén, Elske Rosenfeld, Hito Steyerl, and Ultra-red.

The exhibition Vectors of the Possible examines the notion of the horizon in art and politics and explores the ways in which art works can be said to set up certain horizons of possibility and impossibility, how art partakes in specific imaginaries, and how it can produce new ones, thus suggesting other ways of imagining the world.

Vectors of the Possible is a research exhibition within the framework of the project FORMER WEST.

Opening hours Vectors of the Possible (until 28 November)
Wednesday-Saturday 12.00-17.00 hrs
Sunday 13.00-17.00 hrs

Entrance fee Vectors of the Possible:
€ 4
Discount (students, 65+/seniors, groups min. 10, children < 12): € 2
BOOKS@BAK members and Museumjaarkaart: free

For further information, please visit: www.bak-utrecht.nl.
For further information about FORMER WEST, please visit: www.formerwest.org.
 
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