this storm will pass
11 September 2020 - 26 September 2020
_This storm will pass _ is first and foremost a festival structured around an exhibition taking place over a three-week period in September at Bradwolff Projects. In light of the corona crisis, the festival’s content is adapting to the shape of our changing reality. _This storm will pass_ is a relay of performances, literary interventions and musical contributions around an interactive exhibition. Secondly, _This storm will pass_ is an occasion for all of us to newly reflect on the world around us. Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, the world looks different and our thinking takes on new forms. In times of crisis, we must ask ourselves what we can do now that previously seemed less feasible. _This storm will pass_ offers the opportunity to translate the power of reflection into art and of art back into everyday life.
Every weekend of September, the festival will be accompanied by literary, musical, philosophical and poetic contributions from various artists, writers and thinkers. All of whom are well acquainted with the possibility of transforming their inquisitive artistic capacity into a direct reflection on reality. First to take up the relay baton are the painters. With each new work, painters open the window to our society, on issues such as climate change, inclusivity and liberation movements. Marc Raven, Urs Moore, Bas van de Hurk and Jochem van Laarhoven will be the first to contribute to _This storm will pass_ by shaping their ideas into matter. They will talk to Dominic van den Boogerd on Sunday 13th September during an Art Brunch from 2 – 5 pm. RSVP: email@example.com
Finissage September 26 with a performance by singers Zoe Citron and Helena Casella. The musical intermezzo wiill also presented online. _This storm will pass_ offers a platform to translate the power of reflection into art and from art back into daily life.