Map with outdoor installation locations in the program booklet, available at the museum.
Through June 11, an exhibition entitled Als de Dood. At the end of May, the festival is hosting a few days of installations that offer a musical perspective on this theme. One of the highlights of this is All eyes are on you by composer Mayke Nas on the decline of biodiversity. The interactive re-Connect by Iranian Setareh Nafisi reflects on the vanished connection between performers and audience during the sleep-dead corona society. The surrounding landscape includes Miranda Driessen's 72-hour Sanctuary of Sound for eight wind harps. You'll also meet star soloists from the Atlas Ensemble.
Note! If you have a Museum Card, on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, upon showing it at Museum Belvédère, you will receive a free card for Expedition Zone.