07.07.2019–25.08.2019 Ria Pacquée invites. Summer performances in the Middelheim Museum Middelheimmuseum
Ria Pacquée invites. Summer performances in the Middelheim Museum
Artists:

Ria Pacquée, Suchan Kinoshita, Tsubasa Hori, Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen, Minja Gu, Joëlle Tuerlinckx

Every Sunday (until 22.09), 10:00 am

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX (B, 1958)
Joëlle Tuerlinckx reactivates 'Le Tag/200m', the work she created for Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017. The 200-metre whitewashed straight line will be pulled once again as a ritual activity by a museum employee every week.

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Every Sunday (July-August), 2:00 pm

7 July - SUCHAN KINOSHITA (JP, 1960)
Kinoshita starts from the idea of the 'Platzhalter'. The different phases in the creation process of a work of art have artistic potential for her as well: they are “place holders” for all kinds of possible stories.

14 July - RIA PACQUÉE (B, 1954)

21 July - TSUBASA HORI (JP, 1976)
Hori plays the traditional Japanese Taiko drums. Her music performances are very physical due to the large instruments, and improvisation is a major part of the performance. She is performing in the open air for the first time: her music is looking for a connection between humans and nature.

28 July - RIA PACQUÉE

4 August - LILIBETH CUENCA RASMUSSEN (PH, 1970)
With self-created music and costumes, Rasmussen draws us into a new performance in which she questions human relationships within the large system that we call society. Dragon Doll fits in with a series of works on national identity.

11 August - RIA PACQUÉE

18 August - MINJA GU (KOR, 1977)
Gu creates works that are very close to everyday life. Her oeuvre often originates from a residence in another city, and she will therefore reside in Antwerp temporarily for this performance. She transcends the idea of cultural boundaries from her fascination with food and also seeks out an interaction with the audience.

25 August - RIA PACQUÉE
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On the occasion of the exhibition Ria Pacquée. They are looking at us, we are looking at them