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Kate Krolle

At the shore of Running Waters
26 sep
-
29 sep
Dates & tickets
  • wed 26 sep 2018
    18:00 - 18:35
    Zolder Domzaal
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  • wed 26 sep 2018
    19:00 - 19:25
    Zolder Domzaal
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  • wed 26 sep 2018
    20:00 - 20:25
    Zolder Domzaal
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  • wed 26 sep 2018
    21:00 - 21:25
    Zolder Domzaal
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  • thu 27 sep 2018
    19:00 - 19:25
    Zolder Domzaal
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  • thu 27 sep 2018
    21:00 - 21:25
    Zolder Domzaal
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  • fri 28 sep 2018
    19:00 - 19:25
    Zolder Domzaal
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  • fri 28 sep 2018
    21:00 - 21:25
    Zolder Domzaal
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  • sat 29 sep 2018
    18:30 - 18:55
    Zolder Domzaal
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  • sat 29 sep 2018
    19:30 - 19:55
    Zolder Domzaal
    Past event
  • sat 29 sep 2018
    20:30 - 20:55
    Zolder Domzaal
    Past event
  • sat 29 sep 2018
    21:30 - 21:55
    Zolder Domzaal
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The art of waiting

 

Latvian audiovisual artist Kate Krolle has designed an exclusive performance installation to mark the start of Vooruit’s new season. It’ll cost you 233 steps and 190 breaths to reach the 22-minute performance, which takes place at a height of 92 metres. As you make the climb, Kate Krolle will be waiting for you upstairs in a pitch-dark, pin-drop quiet room. And then? She will skilfully unite performance and fine art. A daring, innovative combination that deals with patterns of expectation, patience and the art of waiting in our lives.

 

Kate Krolle is an alumna of the Art Academy of Latvia. After graduating she moved to France where she carried out post-graduate audiovisual research at Le Fresnoy. Krolle utilises a broad range of media to create adventurous sounds and complementary silences. Her work regularly deals with the relationship between man and nature, our instincts, contemplation and meditation. Step into the tender world of Kate Krolle.

Kate Krolle
Kate Krolle
Kate Krolle
Kate Krolle

Credits

It’s possible to slip seamlessly between the different installations in the Gundega programme. In the sewing room in the attic of the Domzaal, you’ll find Hans Rosenström’s performance installation ‘Mikado’. In the Domzaal itself, Voldemārs Johansons’ sound installation ‘Thirst’ will bring you right into the heart of a stormy sea. You can read here everything about 'The Third Ear', discover the Gundega programme in Vooruit!

 

free entrance (RSVP needed)
In English
Max. 15 persons at a time.

 

Kate Krolle / Hilde Maelstaf / Pieter Lahousse
foto’s © Kate Krolle.