With the large scale video installation Guilty Landscapes Dries Verhoeven brings the reality of uncomfortable news images confrontingly close. He poses the question of whether a personal connection is possible between the viewer and the person being viewed. What if the news were to turn and look at its witnesses; what if the protagonists on the evening news were to look us in the eye?
During the Dutch Design Week, as part of the exhibition 'For Play, Shaping Sexuality', you will have the chance to experience the video-installation Guilty Landscapes yourself, in an intamite setting, because the entire installation will be yours at that moment! Tickets for Guilty Landscapes are available here*!
In 2016 Verhoeven makes a series of different episodes of Guilty Landscapes. SPRING Festival in Utrecht presented the first episode from the series, Foreign Affairs in Berlin the second, Boulevard Theatre Festival ‘s-Hertogenbosch the third and MU will present the fourth episode during the Dutch Design Week.
When 22 October - 30 October 2016
Saturday - Sunday from 11.00 - 18.00 uur
Monday til Friday from 12.00 - 18.00 uur
Order your tickets here*!
The remaining tickets for that day wil be available at the door.
*The interactive video-installation is on show every day during the Dutch Design Week. Every ticket gives access to a specific time-lock. The tickets are not exchangeable. Make sure you are on the location at least 5min before the time-lock on your ticket, otherwise your ticket will lose it's value. Access wil be in order of appearance and one visitor at a time.
Concept: Dries Verhoeven
Production: Studio Dries Verhoeven
Photography: Kevin McElvaney
In co-production with SPRING Festival Utrecht (NL), Foreign Affairs Berlijn (DE), Theaterfestival Boulevard 's-Hertogenbosch (NL) and MU Eindhoven (NL)
Guilty Landscapes is made possible by the Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds / Het Zilveren Lint Fonds and VSBfonds