Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya 16/07 - 25/07
The continual availability of news on our laptops, televisions and smartphones makes us perpetual witnesses to complex situations on the other side of the world. We can feel unease every day through the confrontation with presumed poverty and desperation. The news camera is not neutral; intentionally or unintentionally, those who are filmed are framed as victims. Before they know it, the social conscious viewer is dragged into a vortex of guilt and shame.
With the large scale video installation Guilty Landscapes Dries Verhoeven brings the reality of uncomfortable news images dangerously close. He poses the question of whether a personal connection is possible.
Access to Guilty Landscapes is included in the ticket for the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya.
Capacity is limited. Admission should be booked in advance.
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A Studio Dries Verhoeven production.
A co-production with SPRING Performing Arts Festival Utrecht (Netherlands), Foreign Affairs Berlin (Germany), Boulevard Theatre Festival's Hertogenbosch (Netherlands) and MU Artspace Eindhoven (Netherlands).
Supported by Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds / Het Zilveren Lint Fonds, VSBfonds, Dutch Performing Arts Fund, Utrecht City Council.
In cooperation with Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya.
Concept: Dries Verhoeven Production: Studio Dries Verhoeven Video recordings by: Thorsten Alofs, Christopher Hewitt Photography: Kevin McElvaney
Discipline Hybrid scene
Dates and schedules 16-25 July. From Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 am to 2 pm and from 3.30 pm to 7.30 pm. Sundays, 10 am to 2 pm. Monday, closed
Duration 10 min
Language No words performance
Other criteria International
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