Sunday, 20 June, 15.30
Sunday, 4 July, 14.00

Alfred Sküll Gallery, Alpacastraat 29, 9000 Ghent, Belgium

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the allowed number of visitors is limited and tickets are required. Tickets are 4 EUR each. Get yours here.

COVID-19 stipulations
Please respect social distancing rules while in the gallery (1.5m).
Masks covering mouth and nose are mandatory.

Col solo guardar fuori (Italy)

by Mattia Biondi

It's unknown how many green is buried under this green, neither how many light under this light.

I have lost the trace, I have gone too far, still staying here. It is the full and the empty of the head-land.

Running time: 00:03:10


Poison (Belgium)

by Louve Dubuc Babinet

In a world where the working system is falling appart, Poison is a porn performer and actress. Away from the monetary and working sytem, she uses the stage to express her fears, her doubts, her anger, and to empower herself.

Running time: 00:19:10


FOSSIL (Belgium)

by Anton Cla

An old man's vision of a drowning world is clouded. He decides to take radical actions inflicting damage to his surroundings. Instigating a self-destructive chain of events, coming from the dark abyss of his subconsciousness.

Running time: 00:11:20


And I Asked... (Belgium) by Megan-leigh Heilig

And I asked… (2018) is a fictional conversation between two queer female-identifying persons about where they are and how they came to be there. It highlights the racial and religious tensions which exist between Africa and Europe, and particularly between Morocco and Belgium. The conversation unfolds through a series of assumptions which are made with regards to another person's identity and places they live or come from. The work tries to engage with the transformative potential of banal everyday conversations, of collaborations with strangers, and the mistakes or failures inherent in that.

Running time: 00:13:00


There can be no Shadow Without Light (Belgium)
by Tuur Oosterlinck

A person becoming self-aware through exploring the sense of hearing and observing light and shadow.

Running time: 00:08:00


Shift (Australia)

by Claire Marshall

Taking an 8-minute duet situated it in various locations, and repeated four times, choreographer Claire Marshall investigates how the sense of ‘story’ shifts with the consideration of location, cinematic elements, and editing.

The duet explores a discordant couple stuck in a rut, looping manipulative behaviour as four stories eventually shift to become one story.

Running time: 0:30:00