Paul Devens | The Derailment of the Usual


The Derailment of the Usual is a group exhibition of works by Paul Devens, Lis Rhodes and Heba Y. Amin.

With this exhibition, Paul Devens aims to raise awareness of the way in which architecture, sound and technology influence our experience and perception, as well as politically defining our society. The artworks challenge us to look and listen with an open mind to the things we usually take no notice of. Exploitation from the beginning of the industrial age in Maastricht is made audible in a new sound installation by Devens, Folly / The Derailment of the Usual.

 For this exhibition, Paul Devens invited tw…

The Derailment of the Usual is a group exhibition of works by Paul Devens, Lis Rhodes and Heba Y. Amin.

With this exhibition, Paul Devens aims to raise awareness of the way in which architecture, sound and technology influence our experience and perception, as well as politically defining our society. The artworks challenge us to look and listen with an open mind to the things we usually take no notice of. Exploitation from the beginning of the industrial age in Maastricht is made audible in a new sound installation by Devens, Folly / The Derailment of the Usual.

 For this exhibition, Paul Devens invited two artists with whom he feels a connection and whose work has many points of contact with his own. Lis Rhodes is a celebrated feminist, artist and activist who has engaged with politics throughout her working life, using cinema and sound in doing so. The Egyptian artist Heba Y. Amin creates political and activist work concerning historical events. 

When

  • every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday until August 28th, 2022from 11:00 to 17:00

Prices

  • Adults€15.00
  • CJP (Cultureel Jongeren Paspoort)€7.50
  • ChildrenFree
  • Museum passFree

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