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Four alumni exhibit: PRIMAL FORCE

KABK Exhibition

PRIMAL FORCE, 1-7 September, shows works by four recent graduates from the Royal Academy in The Hague. The participating artists Pia Louwerens, Daniël van Straalen, Maarten Boekweit, Frank Heiser & Guido van der Linden are all led by the search for a fundamental freedom related to our origins as human beings.

Primal forces in relational, personal or scientific fields are revealed. From toys for adults, alternative big bangs, gravity, measures and balance to analysis of their own artistry in monologue form. The artists show their idiosyncratic and capricious visions on that which we perceive to be a natural matter of course: the PRIMAL FORCE.


UHM | exhibition and project space
Jan Hendrikstraat 62-72, 2512 GL, Den Haag

Opening van de expositie
01/09/2012 | 19:00
Gelijktijdig met Museumnacht Den Haag.
20:00 performance van Pia Louwerens.

Afsluiting van de expositie
07/09/12 | 19:00
Gelijktijdig met Hoogtij #30.
20:00 performance van Pia Louwerens.



 
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