Huidenclub, Inaugural Exhibition (photography by PimTop)
Katinka Bock Radio (2014 - 2015) (Photography by François Douris)
The title of the exhibition is borrowed from Cally Spooner's two-channel sound installation. “Soundtrack for a Troubled Time” enters the realm of collective turmoil and the individual desire to escape from it, creating a delicate balance between fiction and reality while searching for a position that is comfortable.
These each evoke a deeper awareness of the unseen interplay of natural forces that surrounds us, and in these spaces, the works meander and find their place naturally. The show will open on 12 March 2022 and runs until 22 May 2022.
Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc, Katinka Bock, Charbel-joseph H. Boutros & Stéphanie Saadé, Edith Dekyndt, Angela Detanico & Rafael Lain, Roni Horn and Cally Spooner.
Curators Chris Bestebreurtje and Petra Kuipers.
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Situated in a repurposed industrial building in the Diepenveen Building, the Huidenclub is a new experimental space dedicated to the production and presentation of contemporary culture. The Huidenclub, holding its name from its original function as a tannery, is conceived as a platform to express a variety of voices and narratives addressing urgent contemporary topics. Alongside this active public programme of exhibitions, performances, talks and screenings, the Huidenclub is also a workspace bringing together artists, designers, and thinkers to form an inclusive creative ecosystem.