Exhibition at Art Forum Baloise Park

June 15, 2022
Art Forum Baloise Park opens its doors today with an group exhibition by Julia Hegi and Antonia Truninger.
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Who can hear the monster speak?

Who can hear the monster speak? shows works by Keren Cytter, Shahryar Nashat, Benedicte Gyldenstierne Sehested, Anna Uddenberg, Bri Williams and Daniel Topka. Furthermore, Florian Schlessmann will perform at today's opening at 7 pm.

Baloise promotes young curators at Art Forum Baloise Park. The new exhibition has been curated by Julia Hegi and Antonia Truninger:

Julia Hegi (*1996, CH) lives and works in Zurich and Winterthur and holds a bachelor's degree in Art History and English Language and Literature from the University of Zurich. Since May 2022 she has been managing the non-profit exhibition space Hamlet together with Antonia Rebekka Truninger and since 2020 she has been part of the management team of the exhibition space unanimous consent in Zurich-Oerlikon. From 2020 to 2021 she managed the exhibition project Im Grafenhag in Winterthur together with Jamira Estrada and Antonia Rebekka Truninger.  

Antonia Rebekka Truninger (*1997, CH) lives and works in Zurich and Winterthur. In 2022 she completed her bachelor’s degree in Art History and Philosophy from the University of Zurich. Since 2019 she has been part of the non-profit exhibition space Hamlet in Zurich-Oerlikon, which she has been managing together with Julia Hegi since May 2022. From 2020 to 2021 she managed the exhibition project Im Grafenhag in Winterthur together with Jamira Estrada and Julia Hegi.
 

Art Forum Baloise Park, Aeschengraben 33, Basel
15.6. - 16.10.2022
Monday – Friday, 10 am – 6 pm
Opening reception: Wednesday, 15.6.2022, 6 – 10 pm  / Performance at 7 pm

Kunsttage Basel: 1. - 4.9.2022 / Performance by Alexandra Bachzetsis


 

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