This Super Lecture is inspired by the performance entitled SOUL #1 Audience by Meyer-Chaffaud, which takes the soul of the audience as the subject. The official history of art is a descriptive representation of movements based on the art works themselves. Famous artworks carry a history of appreciation of art critics, and art historians, but also the public. But what is the ratio of influence? How influential are critics and experts in the determination of what will stand the test of time? And how much of an influence does the public have on official art history and on such a fleeting art form as the dance?
The Super Lecture will be held in Dutch.
Reservation is recommended.