David Weber-Krebs (BE/DE)
David Weber-Krebs (BE/D) is an artist, researcher and curator based in Brussels. He studied at the University of Fribourg (CH) and the Amsterdam School of the Arts (NL). Recent works for theatres are the performances Tonight, lights out! (2011/2013), Balthazar (2011/2015) and The Guardians of Sleep (2017), and the installations Immersion (2014) at the Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt and The Earthly Paradise (2017) at Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg. He is curator of the series performative conferences On Enclosed Spaces and the Great Outdoors (with Jeroen Peeters). David collaborates on a regular basis with different artists and theorists and he teaches at different visual arts and performance academies.
He is affiliated as a doctoral artistic researcher to KASK & Conservatory / School of Arts.
David Weber-Krebs (BE/DE): The Guardians of Sleep
In The Guardians of Sleep, David wonders what happens when someone closes their eyes in front of us? They interrupt the present moment and withdraw from the world. They exit from the globally interconnected present and enter their own space-time-continuum. But how can we become witnesses to this process? The Guardians of Sleep is a collective attempt at defiance in a switched-on universe that doesn’t have an “off”-button.
|David Weber-Krebs (BE/DE): Porcile||09.03.2020 - 15.03.2020||Budatoren|
|David Weber-Krebs (BE/DE): The Silencing of the World (werktitel)||16.03.2020 - 20.03.2020||Budatoren|