Which role did discourse and rhetoric, performance and image creation play during May '68? Director João Moreira Salles tries to answer the question with sequences of intensely personal and historic images.
Mette Ingvartsen presents a collection of erotic and affective material that questions the hypersexualisation of our current visual culture.
In her first Belgian solo exhibition, Nevin Aladağ creates meditative city symphonies with natural elements and local musical instruments, and reinterprets cities and its inhabitants in a rhythmic, ever-changing way.
Welcome to Maraqopa: an acoustic set by master storytellerDamien Jurado, in the unique setting of STUK Auditorium.
In an exuberant performance performance, based on the story of Antigone, New York choreographer Trajal Harrell explores the relationship between classical Greek theatre and the voguing scene.
Rosas and top violinist cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras explore, challenge and dance the legendary Cello Suites by Johann Sebastian Bach.
Visual artist Lore Stessel & percussionist Rubén Orio share a fascination for wood, and show it in a performative live work and audiovisual installation in Cas-co and STUKcafé.