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Radiant Nights #1 Touching Bodies

No reservation required. Click here to learn how to get in as a member.

Four times a year, Radiant Nights is a space for creation and experimentation, free from conventions. For two whole days, artists take over a part of the building. Radiant Nights offers an insight into the arts landscape of today and tomorrow and features both large and small-scale work, ranging from the obscure, to the fragile, to the experimental. At its core are versatile artists who seek out the in-between space beyond binary thinking. The spaces in between different disciplines, themes, genres and bodies. Their work is diverse, radical, exciting and surprising. Radiant.

In this first edition, we are offered different perspectives on the body: a queer approach from Alex Baczynski-Jenkins, a critical view of our attitude to ‘weight’ from Brandy Butler, the relationship between body and care via Jija Sohn, and the relationship of the body to technology in the work of Rory Pilgrim. We will hopefully round off with a party. Bodies that touch and (perhaps) brush against other bodies.

Antwerp, deSingel

19:00 - €5

Free for members

No reservation required. Click here to learn how to get in as a member.

Four times a year, Radiant Nights is a space for creation and experimentation, free from conventions. For two whole days, artists take over a part of the building. Radiant Nights offers an insight into the arts landscape of today and tomorrow and features both large and small-scale work, ranging from the obscure, to the fragile, to the experimental. At its core are versatile artists who seek out the in-between space beyond binary thinking. The spaces in between different disciplines, themes, genres and bodies. Their work is diverse, radical, exciting and surprising. Radiant.

In this first edition, we are offered different perspectives on the body: a queer approach from Alex Baczynski-Jenkins, a critical view of our attitude to ‘weight’ from Brandy Butler, the relationship between body and care via Jija Sohn, and the relationship of the body to technology in the work of Rory Pilgrim. We will hopefully round off with a party. Bodies that touch and (perhaps) brush against other bodies.


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