3 t/m 8 August 2017

To artists the end of time has been an enduring inspiration. It is a paradox explored by the likes of Dürer and Dalí, but also by Tamar Blom of the young collective Wild Vlees. His installation Apocalypse prompts some interesting questions: how legitimate is our fear of the coming of the last days? Where does this recurring dread stem from? Tamar has researched the apocalypse across the ages. His installation marks the drastic changes in the way we relate to the world over the last 200 years. Disclaimer: apocalypse imminent before or during Boulevard 2017.

TIP: Beeldenstorm
The creators of Wild Vlees take you with them on a tour. Besides their own creatons An incomplete life and Apocalypse: The second horse the tour guides you to I'm not here says the void by Julian Hetzel and the installation Reborn by Pleun van Dijk.
Created by: Tamar Blom
Dramaturgie: Joost Segers
Technics: Lucas de Groen
Imagery: Bjorn Gort
Producer: Job Rietvelt
Special thanks to: Thomas de Bakker
Co-production with Theaterfestival Boulevard and Het Huis Utrecht
  • Entrance price € 2
  • Premiere
  • Genre Installation/ Visual arts
  • Running time Doorlopend
  • Attainability Walking distance
  • Location Josephkwartier
  • Facilities Toilet facilities available
    Catering available
  • Accessibility Language no problem, Hearing impairment
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