Through the looking glass
An exhibition showing light and video art
Wright & Van 't Hoog: 'Son et Lumiere, Zip 1-2' at Papegaaisbolwerk
Mathias Krissmer, 'EST_II00III000I0II000I_K266A' at Papegaaisbolwerk
09/ Through the looking glass is an exhibition in the dark hours from 27th of December 2021 to 27th of February 2022.
NEW OPENING HOURS VENUE PAPEGAAISBOLWERK:
Thursday: 8 pm - 10 pm
Friday: 6pm - 10 pm
Saturday: 8 pm - 10pm
Artists: Jos Agasi, Jan van IJken, Mathias Krissmer, Inge Reisberman, Eefje Vaghi, Karin Rianne Westendorp, Wright & van 't Hoog.
Only during opening hours, the outside interactive mural 'Mirror House' by Jos Agasi will be screened.
On other days, works are being screened outdoors, every day from dusk to 11pm.
Venues: Papegaaisbolwerk 18 and 20, Portiersloge Ambachtsplein, De Sleutels Langegracht, Maresingel, all Leiden, the Netherlands.
Period: 27 December 2021 - 27 February 2022
Jan van IJken: 'Becoming' at Portiersloge venue Ambachtsplein
Karin Rianne Westendorp 'Untitled' at venue Stadsbauhaus (videostill)
Through the looking glass is about wonder and amazement, about awareness, research and seeing through. From outside to inside and, about light and darkness. The EST 2022 Through the Looking glass schedule will celebrate the capacity for researching the exquisite complexity of natural phenomena.
We co-operate with Leiden2022, European City of Science Leiden 2022, Energiepark Leiden and Fields of Wonder.
Special thanks to Leiden Culture Dept., Energiepark leiden, Fields of Wonder, De Sleutels and Pronck
Click and download the map of the route here
Information about artworks at Papegaaisbolwerk (Dutch read)
Information about the videos at De Sleutels (Dutch read)
Information about the videos at Portiersloge (Dutch read)
Jos Agasi, Mirror House, interactive installation ± 800 x 800 cm (2022) at venue Papegaaisbolwerk
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