During the Antwerp Art Weekend, Coppejans Gallery presents an open-air project in a cage on Falconplein. The initiative is part of the activities around the centenary of Joseph Beuys and is intended to draw attention to the artist's topical value. Several contemporary artists will interact with the public through performances and actions. Their artistic deeds link or contrast with Beuys and his intellectual legacy.
Thursday, May 13 at 19h:
Performance by Carmine Antonio Iacolare.
Friday, May 14 at 13h:
Johanna van Overmeir: Beuys family
Friday, May 14 at 14h:
Peformance by Carmine Antonio Iacolare: a tattoo for my body.
Friday, May 14 at 16h:
Carmine Antonio Iacolare & Eddy's Tattoo Shop: A tattoo for my body.
Friday, May 14 at 19h:
Thomas Betsens: prepared cage, interactive soundscapes with Beuys recordings.
Friday, May 14 at 20h:
Musical performance by Thomas Betsens: experimental sound scapes.
Saturday, May 15 at 15h:
Musical performance by Mauro Pawlowski.
Sunday, May 16 from 13h–16h30:
Performance by Bart Van Dijck: 100 oaks.
Most recent details on the program can be found here.