The installation MASS #2 shows hundreds of thousands of graphite-grey pebbles slowly sliding alongside each other. In two white containers this mass, heavy yet velvety soft, forms moving landscapes. Peaks and valleys, which disappear as soon as they appear in front of the viewers’ eyes, to make way for something new. In this landscape, nature takes its own course. The endless transformation could allude to the very start of creation, or to the very end. MASS #2 demonstrates the power of nature and shows us just how insignificant humans are.
Concept: Kris Verdonck Dramaturgy: Kristof van Baarle Technical coordination: Jan Van Gijsel Construction: Koen Roggen Coproduction: Nuit Blanche With the support of: the Flemish Authorities, the Flemish Community Commission
The installation is free to visit, but you do have to reserve a time slot
This reservation grants access to both BRASS and MASS #2.
Combine your visit with IN and BRASS at the same location.
Wanna know more about Kris Verdonck? Go to Machine Made Silence, a presentation on a book about Kris Verdonck's work. Including an interview with Kris Verdonck by dramaturge and researcher Kristof van Baarle. Free entrance.