SARAH VANHEE - THE MAKING OF JUSTICE
BLACK BOX - SCREENING
The artistic practice of the Belgian artist Sarah Vanhee (° 1980) is linked to performance, visual arts and literature, and unfolds in various environments. In The Making of Justice (2016), seven prisoners work together with her on the scenario for a crime film. Like the main character in the film, they are all guilty of murder. To shape the story, they draw on their own experiences, ideas and desires. We, the viewers, can only guess whether they are using fiction as a means of confirming, transcending or transforming their present situation. In the course of the film they discuss criminality as a parallel reality, what the nature of justice is, and what a society would be like if it was oriented towards healing rather than retribution.
The Making of Justice
2016, 60', color, Dutch spoken, English subtitles.
screened every hour from 11am
no screening on 23rd June between 4pm and 5pm
- zo 01.7.2018
11:00 - 18:00
Werfstraat 13 rue du Chantier
+32 2 229 00 03
from Thursday to Sunday, from 11am to 6pm
NOCTURNE: Open late night until 9pm every first Wednesday of the month.
We are always open on public holidays (except Winter holidays).
6 € Individual visitor
4 € Students, seniors (+60), unemployed
1,25€ Ticket Article 27
2 € Paspartoe aan kansentarief
0 € -18, teacher, ICOM card, press, IKT members, SUBBACULTCHA members and every 1st Wednesday of the month
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