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Sarah van Lamsweerde

Sightless Seeing (inside A&A)

In the aftermath of a performance festival, a pair of extraordinary guides lead us around the deserted halls of an art venue. Through a number of sensory rituals recalling the past and sculpting the present, we are encouraged to speculate about what we can (no longer) see. After Sightless Seeing 0 (Rembrandtpark), Cast Witnesses (Allard Pierson Museum) and Tessels Oogh (Oude Kerk), this is another set of „iconoclastic” tours.



Alicia Hoost and Leroy de Böck


Stephanie Pan and  Alex Zakkas.



Erin Hill.

The tour is accessible for visually impaired visitors.

Sarah van Lamsweerde lives in between Brussels and Amsterdam, and creates performances, installations and publications that focus on the relation between art and its observers. Her work has been presented internationally in theatre as well as visual art contexts such as the 3rd Ural Industrial Biennial in Yekaterinburg, Russia, the Akademie der Künste der Welt (Cologne), Bunkier Sztuki in Cracow, Performatik Brussels, Veem House for Performance in Amsterdam. She founded Stichting Tre Tigri with the aim of enabling individual and collective projects with no prescribed discipline. Alongside her own work, she contributes to practices and platforms such as IM Company (Paris), Performing Objects (ErfS, Brussels) and BAU Dance & Performance (Amsterdam).

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