Precarious Pavilions

Atlas Unlimited (Act IV)

16.12 — 13.01.2019 

Curated by Michiel Vandevelde

Participating artists Karthik Pandian and Andros Zins-Browne

'Precarious Pavilions — Atlas Unlimited (Act IV)' is the third pavilion in a line of four. Each pavilion is being presented in a different city, season and created by a different artist(collective). This third pavilion settles down in Antwerp and is co-produced by Kunsthal Extra City.

Karthik Pandian and Andros Zins-Browne invite the public to take a walk in the Old Harbour of Antwerp. Guided by an audio narration produced in collaboration with Syrian sculptor Zakaria Almoutlak, visitors will encounter a series of sculptures that range from the monumental to the invisible. Issues of migration, history and scale motivate this work that leads visitors on a journey from an iconic port into the global imaginary.

Production: Disagree. vzw
Coproduction: deSingel, Kunsthal Extra City, Het Bos, Netwerk Aalst, The Great Indoors vzw
With the support of: The Flemish Government and the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

Practical information
Start walk: Red Star Line Museum
With audio guide from Tuesday till Sunday, 10:00-17:00
Without audio guide 24h/24h, 7d/7d

More about the Precarious Pavilions
The 21st century is, and increasingly will be, characterized by far-reaching crises: Besides climate change there will be continuing financial and cultural crises. How do we think about architecture —the creation of space— within an unstable world? How can the notion of precarity offer a lens through which to rethink our way of living, not only in a negative sense but also in a positive one?

#1 Don’t Eat The Microphone (Ghent), by Veridiana Zurita, Petra Van Dyck and Lea Dietschmann
#2 The New Local (Brussels), by Wouter De Raeve and Lietje Bauwens
#3 Atlas Unlimited (Act IV) (Antwerp), by Karthik Pandian and Andros Zins-Browne
#4 / (Leuven), by Pieterjan Ginckels

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Location Red Star Line Museum, Montevideostraat 3, 2000 Antwerpen