TO BE Antwerp 2022

Once again this year, Toneelhuis is participating in To Be Antwerp 2022, an annual art event for and by young artists. Through an experimental art route along unique locations in the Antwerp Theatre District, you will find their work in shop windows, squares and buildings.
In the entrance hall of the Bourla, you can see work by Jackson Shallcross Platt and Yentl Demunter, both graduates of the AP Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Sculpture and Costume Design respectively.

General, Not Specific; Familiar, Not Pretentious.
by Jackson Shallcross Platt
Master Sculpture
Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp

Ko-Moin-I is a site-sensitive installation inspired by the listening mirrors of Dungeness, UK, that the RAF designed over 90+years ago.
This work is the latest iteration in the Project-Research Miscommunication as a generative act that explores and embraces the creative potential of communication difference - That communication is functional, (mys)communication is creative. That an intention to develop shared understanding outweighs ideas of truth .

This is a Miscommunication.

Jackson works primarily around the foci of Communication and Remediation. With a background in performing arts his interests include combining the (im)permanence of conventional sculpture within an (im)permanent society.

monetary price (1 tile)

non-monetairy price (1 tile)
90 minutes conversation one-to-one about yourself

conditions to become a tile owner
° carve your name on to the tile
° you will be invited to present your tile in a future exhibition

Yentl Demunter
Master Theatre Costume Design
Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp

Toneelhuis is showing (part of) her master's work van boord.

Yentl developed a profound love for crafting fabrics, then creating costumes with them. The many hours Yentl spent working with her fabrics and materials and crafting them are linked to the rhythm of her childhood as the bargee's daughter. The works she creates depict the journeys aboard her father's ship. "The many hours that passed while crafting textiles made me dream away to the long journey on the ship sailing from loading to unloading and back."

The artworks can be viewed continuously at the Bourla Hall from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 November 2022.

Friday 25/11: 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. (vernissage at 5 p.m., welcome!)
Saturday 26/11: 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday 27/11: 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.

EXTRA: live performance Cameragas Con Neve Bianca | Chiara Monteverde
Friday 25/11: 7.30 p.m.
Sunday 27/11: 2 p.m.
Once again this year, Toneelhuis is participating in To Be Antwerp 2022, an annual art event for and by young artists.

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  1. Friday 25 November 2022 — 17h00 — Bourlaschouwburg, Antwerpen
  2. Saturday 26 November 2022 — 13h00 — Bourlaschouwburg, Antwerpen
  3. Sunday 27 November 2022 — 13h00 — Bourlaschouwburg, Antwerpen

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A Revue Theatre 28 June 2023 until 30 June 2023

A Revue

d e t h e a t e r m a k e r / Benjamin Abel Meirhaeghe