basis voor
actuele kunst
Now What? Dreaming a better world in six parts

multi-faceted project 01.11.—14.12.2003

Dates and venues

part one On Hope and Other Misunderstandings
BAK, basis voor actuele kunst (Lange Nieuwstraat 4, Utrecht) and Flatland Gallery (Lange Nieuwstraat 7, Abraham Dolehof, Utrecht)
1 November – 14 December 2003
on view at Flatland Gallery only through 11 December 2003

part two Fantastic Prophecy
former Courthouse (Hamburgerstraat 28, Utrecht) and Academiegalerie (Minrebroederstraat 16, Utrecht)
1 November – 14 December 2003

part three The World Question Center (Reloaded)
1 November 2003, from 16.00 hours recordings of the performance accessible until 14 December 2003 (in collaboration with MEERtv Utrecht)
former Courthouse (Hamburgerstraat 28, Utrecht)

part four Forward Thinking
Sundays at 16.00 hours.
9, 16, 23, 30 November and 7 December
former Courthouse (Hamburgerstraat 28, Utrecht)

part five The Projection
print date: November 2003

part six Now What? Artists Write!
print date : April 2004

Opening hours all venues:
Wednesday - Sunday 13.00 - 19.00 hours

Now What? Dreaming a better world in six parts is a project with a multi-faceted format consisting of six autonomous parts taking place simultaneously (except for the publications) at various locations in the city of Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Now What?... explores the political potential of dreaming and imagination. Each of the six parts investigates these issues from a particular perspective, and takes different forms, such as exhibitions, performances, and conversations. The project includes the publication of a newspaper and a book of artists’ writings.
 BAK, basis voor actuele kunst provides a base from which each part of the project unfolds through the experimental collaboration of around fifty invited artists, curators, and partners from other disciplines.
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