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The motif of the procession is thus transformed into a timeless symbol of movement, displacement and political change.Kentridge explores the existential loneliness of wanderers, depicting them walking in a single file, moving from one country to the next, exchanging the familiar terror of war for the hope of an unknown destination.With music composed by Kentridge’s longtime collaborator, Philip Miller, it recounts a tale that begins with the myth of Perseus and ends with Einstein’s visionary findings.In a panel discussion, titled A Talk About Time and moderated by Andrea Ghez, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, and Founder/Director of Galactic Center, Kentridge and his collaborator Peter Galison will discuss the cultural and scientific implications of time.
This show is the first in the museum’s initiative to host international exhibitions, while developing educational and enrichment programmes, encouraging intercultural understanding and facilitating access for all.
The exhibition features over 60 works of art – from architecture, to installation, photography and other media – with pieces dating from the 1960s through to today, as well as some of the museum’s most recent acquisitions from 20.
Kentridge is the focus of a solo exhibition, Smoke, Ashes, Fable (20 October – 25 February), at St.
Through a dialogue between the displayed artworks and the remarkable hospital setting, the exhibition presents art as a powerful means of ‘working through’ layers of history.
The artist also delivers , a lecture-performance at Bruges’ Concert Hall on 17 October.