Tag: hku

  • Performing Research – The Year in Which I Lost My Mother

    Performing Research – The Year in Which I Lost My Mother

    “I used my artistic tools to create meaningful moments in which I illustrated and acted on all the goodbyes we as a family felt every day. One of these moments I shared with my dad. I did the same walk with the class a week after. I noticed that grief is not always a person. […]

  • Drenkelingenhuisje

    Drenkelingenhuisje

    The group was split in two for the first part of the performance: group A and group B. Both groups started the performance by reading a letter at the same time on different spots in the dune. During part 2 the group was asked to join each other and walk further into the field. The […]

  • In a Second

    In a Second

    The work started at the entrance of the exhibition. Audience was seated on green chairs, and asked to listen to a pre-recorded audio about ‘what happens to us when we die’. This audio talks about the stage in between: the few second after being declared ‘clinically dead’, but, before being considered as ‘brain dead’. During […]