Last weeks of Nora Turato in Beursschouwburg

Last weeks of Nora Turato in Beursschouwburg

This punk-inspired, internet-age artist is making a name for herself in Europe with her frenetic performances. Nora Turato's solo show in Beursschouwburg encompassing video, installation and performance runs until March 23.

With her confessional ‘content’, performance artist Nora Turato (b. 1991) holds up a selfie-cam to today’s frenetic, internet-driven culture, revealing the anxieties at the foundation of our attention-deficient society. Her monumental installation of cold, black steel hints that the root of our ‘totally wired’ collective state of mind may be significantly institutional.

Born in Croatia but based in the Netherlands for the past ten years, Turato followed Graphic Design at Amsterdam’s Gerrit Rietveld Academie, before going on to study Typography at the Werkplaats Typograpie in Arnhem. In addition to exhibiting her work as part of group shows across Europe and the USA, Turato has exhibited solo in numerous European countries, including at last summer’s Manifesta in Palermo and currently at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein.


01.02 - 23.03
WE - SA 12:00 - 18:00
free entry

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LIVE PERFORMANCE: The good, the bad and the viscose (20')
SA 23.03 17:00 & 20:00

free entry

Part of NORMAL SCHNORMAL, a multidisciplinary programme on normality and other deviations in February, March and April. find out more

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