Space for contemporary visual arts. There are three exhibitions a year that are complemented by smaller presentations, performances and a digital offer. KIOSK questions the position of the contemporary arts institution through critical and transparent operation.
Since 2010, KIOSK has been developing an idiosyncratic program at Bijloke Campus in which the artist is central. Within the special architectural framework of the exhibition space, the former anatomical theater of the Clinical and Outpatient Institute, KIOSK shows the work of both emerging and established names. The projects are created in dialogue with the artists and are always the result of a longer development process. The focus is on new productions, which may or may not be complemented by existing works. KIOSK fulfills a signal function by having an eye for experimentation, for cultural and artistic diversity. It keeps its finger on the pulse of the evolutions within art and society. From January 2021 KIOSK will expand its activities online and the website will also become a platform for online art projects.
A showcase for books. Book, creator and publisher take center stage for one evening and afterwards they stick to the walls, ceiling and floor. At each edition a different book gets to take the stage. BOEKS brings text, visual art and design into focus.
Master Projects (MAP)
MAP is the project space in the Glass Corridor where master students of visual arts present their work to the public. MAP started in 2012 and has since then had more than 100 editions.
Every year dozens of artistic productions by students and researchers of KASK & Conservatoire are housed in this multifunctional space. Besides try-outs, exhibitions, drama projects and concerts, conferences and colloquia are also presented here, both internally and externally.