THE SOUND OF ONE HAND CLAPPING | 25 FEB - 8 APRIL
This exhibition will examine the use of hands and body language to express ourselves.
Our hands are of great influence on our persuasiveness, in particular during speeches, which is no secret to politicians, especially in a year of elections. Body language strengthens the message of the speaker en influences our perception. In the current era with alternative facts and fake news, WARP focuses - during an election year - on the bending of messages and the 'creative' interaction with content.
With artworks from and attention for: Geneviève Calbris, Wim Delvoye, Adolf Hitler, Martin Luther King, Eva Koch, Yvonne Rainer, Thomas Kuijpers, Joël Schuurmans en soundpainting. Curator: Stef Van Bellingen
Opening: Sunday 25 February 2018 at 3 pm,
with a performance a bookpresentation of De gelukszoekers
Open: each Sunday between 2 and 5 pm or by appoinment until 8 April.
Location: WARP, Apostelstraat 20 in Sint-Niklaas, Belgium