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BOOK LAUNCH: ‘Turbulence’ by Pablo Hannon

May 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Within the context of the exhibition SO DI NON SAPERE, Pablo Hannon will present his new book ‘Turbulence’

TURBULENCE is a publication including 40 voices, that reflect on our time in the form of a poem or essay.
‘A heartfelt container of the Zeitgeist.’

Curated, designed and published by Pablo Hannon

TURBULENCE is written by Clemence Corthouts, Tessa Guichelaar, Steve Reggers, Harshit Jaiswal, Stefanie Gordin, Jee Kast, Martine de Rooij, Rachel Hansoul, Mara Hop, Joep Vossebeld, Darcy Neven, Diogo Rinaldi, Jessica Capra, Marc Wetzels, Fréderique van Lier, Eleanor Duffin, Rashi Nigam, Lucille Bazalgette Courrèges-Lacoste, Jordan Faber, Eylem Polat, Gina Siliquini, Brynja Baldursdóttir, Anne Aaldijk, Masha Ivasenko, Mirte Meneve, Luca van Bakel, Jeroen Bouweriks, Lauren Heineck, Nora Galstaun, Yanina Shevchenko, Mateusz Gawrysiak, Fé Schoemakers, Alliza Vitto, Zaiyun Huang, Nuppu Gävert, Jint Jansen, Martin Born, Kati Laakso, Stef Lemmens, Radek Piskorz

112 pages, offset print, soft cover enriched with metallic foil, printed in 200 copies

Find out more or purchase the publication on our website.

Join us at De Meldkamer on Sunday 26/05 at 12:00!


About the exhibition

18/05 – 15/06

De Meldkamer


“The only thing that I know is that I know nothing.” – Socrates.

In an information-saturated society – where knowledge comes from different mediums, resources, disciplines, fields and perspectives – are we still able to question the limits of what we know?  In the Western world, most school books and academic texts are written by (and also for) White men. But how can we extend our knowledge? Can we look for other sources of wisdom? Where can we search for answers? At what point can we confidently say that we know something?

How can we listen to the different perspectives or various types of understanding the world around us? What can we learn from others, humans and non-humans?

We should all get lost and unsettled, unlearn to understand, shuffle and regain knowledge again and again. We should broaden our horizons, break down our knowledge, trust different feelings that our body has, and engage in conversations and observations with others—human and nonhuman entities—to finally learn.

This exhibition presents an invitation to get lost, question your knowledge and embrace new ways of learning from others, valuing the knowledge you bring to your own surroundings, acquired through your own body, via non-human entities or thanks to strangers.

FEATURING WORKS BY ARTISTS: Anna Püschel, Fedrik Vaessen, Gladys Zeevaarders, Marika Meoli.


ph credits: Ilse Jooken


May 26
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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de Meldkamer
Capucijnenstraat 21
Maastricht, 6211 RN
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