Below are the films in Cinema ZED-STUK, since 11 Januari 2017 one of three rooms of Cinema ZED.
The other two rooms can be found in Cinema ZED-Vesalius, on the new Vesalius site.
On February 13, 2018 STUK will be taken over by Artefact, an exhibition and festival on the crossroads of contemporary visual arts, current events and societal challenges. Artefact presents contemporary art practices that engage with complex topics, ‘wicked probl
In 2014 Joke Laureyns and Kwint Manshoven met the Italian war reporter Franco Fagetti.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this concert has to be cancelled.
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4.2 Chasing Penguins
11.2 DJ Rik Michiels
18.2 STUK invites LUCA Jazz
25.2 DJ J.F. Leroy
Under the wing of the company of Wim Vandekeybus, in 2015 Seppe Baeyens developed his first m
This workshop is held on the occasion of INVITED, and invites you to learn to write the choreography for a performance.
In recent years, Antwerp’s Flying Horseman has become a unique band with their own, titillating sound. Rooms / Ruins, their fifth studio album, compels the listener to introspection and at the same time propels them into the cosmos.
Style, then, rather than pertaining to something external to a building, manifests itself as the cluster of affects which make up that building and which determine how people experience it − both aesthetically and in their everyday activities.
Lecture and debate in Dutch
What kind of choreography arises in the proximity of borders? Talos is a mythical bronze giant whose role was to protect Europa (mother of King Minos) in Crete from pirates and invaders. But Talos was also a research project funded by the EU to develop robots in order to guard Europe’s borders.
Which events have inspired communities to unite and look for new alternatives? Why do people turn to charismatic leaders? How much power do these people actually have? How much freedom can be found within a movement?
The New York choreographer Trajal Harrell presents Antigone Sr., an instalment from the series Twenty Looks or Paris is burning at the Judson Church, with which he has made a worldwide furore.
Seattle songwriter and magnificent storyteller Damien Jurado presents Visions of Us on the Land
Johann Sebastian Bach’s Cello Suites are considered a milestone in Western music history. Their ingenious architecture, dancing rhythms and timeless beauty continue to speak to us today.
Montreal native Myriam Bleau is a composer, multimedia artist and performer who creates mesmerizing audiovisual systems that transcend the screen.
The current neo-capitalist society is dominated by a visual culture that is hyper-sexualised and steeped in pornography. Promotion pamphlets, TV advertisements for makeup, posters in the streets ... all use techniques from the pornography industry.
In their exhibition in STUK percussionist Rubén Orio and photographer/painter Lore Stessel investigate their common fascination for wood. As a material, wood is omnipresent in our daily life.
Traces is not only a theatre of animated matter, but of cultural references in motion – dynamic and quirky, but more often idling, aimless and melancholic. If the town plays itself, it is moody.
The theme of this year's Philosophy Festival refers to the slogan that adorned the walls of Paris 50 years ago: Power to imagination (L'imagination au pouvoir).
Audio and video performance as part of Feest van de Filosofie