Z33, in Hasselt, and Marres, in Maastricht, jointly present the exhibition Currents #6: Good intentions.
This year’s theme brings together personal stories and political statements dealing with identity, youth and cultural traditions. From twerking to vlogging children, from the French Revolution to drone warfare and from pickling chestnuts to selling your soul for ice cream: Good Intentions, curated by Marian Cousijn, Anne Ruygt and Bertan Selim has it all.
Currents is an annual group exhibition, showcasing works by recently graduated artists from art academies in Belgium, Germany, and the southern Netherlands. This sixth edition is a co-production between Marres and Z33. The exhibition will be embedded in a broader guidance trajectory in which training, networking and professionalization are central.
Elena Aya, Pavel Balta, Jonas Brinker, Liesel Burisch, Sjoerd Houben, Nimrod Karmi, Susanne Khalil Yusef, Yorgos Maraziotis, Kim Nuijen, Eric Patel, Pati Petrykowska, Constance Proux, Anna Rubbens, Alexey Shlyk, Bert Snaterse, Nasrin Tork and Joris Verleg.
Currents #6: Good Intentions is made possible with the support of deBuren, FLACC and Mondriaan Fund – the public cultural funding organization focusing on visual arts and cultural heritage.