Also at MuHKA was an exhibition on sound art and the ways the museum historically paid attention to this emerging art form: A NON-U-MENTAL HISTORY OF M HKA – Part 2: What must be heard. This letter from Laurie Anderson to the museum stood out the most to me.

Due to Corona restrictions our Dez Mona & B.O.X. concert in Antwerp got postponed. Since the hotel was already booked we went anyway and visited the excellent Eurasia exhibition at M HKA, with (a.o.) a very confronting and moving work by Sara Sejin Chang (Sara van der Heide).

Visit with the family to the Re_Nature contemporary art festival, ‘s Hertogenbosch.

Performance by Nina Glockner at RAUM Utrecht.

We went to a great exhibition at AVL Mundo in Rotterdam today: Fake Me Hard.

On the cutting-edge of art and technology, FAKE ME HARD explores the complex reality of the 21 st century with futuristic installations by over 40 artists, performances, and debates

On our way back from a great first week of our holiday, we went to beautiful Museum De Fundatie in Zwolle. It was our first museum visit in a very long time! A lot of activist art by Dadaist John Heartfield, among contemporary examples, even some by colleagues from HKU.

Made a visit to Museum Het Valkhof in Nijmegen, where archeology and modern art meet. Especially enjoyed the first exhibition of the Cool Collection series, by guest curators Flos Wildschut and Jessica Helbach.

Had a great day at Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar. We very much enjoyed works by Louise Bourgeois, Anselm Kiefer, Anish Kapoor and Rineke Dijkstra, among others.

Made a short visit with the family to ‘Self-publish or be damned’ at AG Utrecht. A beautiful ode to DIY publishing in various local subcultures in the past and present.