Twenty uniquely exciting works multi-layered in cultural identity by photographer György Czabán are exhibited at the gallery Studio BaseArt and Photography in Utrecht.
An old-new formation of Tibor Szemző, the Fodder Base will be presented on this evening on the A38. This project of theirs is characterized by multilingual texts which are as important as the music or the visual spectacle. The 8mm films on this screening were made by the author shot on several continents on nineteen different venues between 2000 and 2017. This is a unique Kafka approach that uses the Kafka universe through the movies, music and spoken languages. On this evening, CUBA, shot in the 80s, will also be presented.
Scott Kelly, Neurosis's founding guitarist returns to the A38 Ship's exhibition room with John Judkins (Today is the Day, RWAKE), where they will present the best of Kelly's songwriting work. Kelly paired with multi-instrumentalists Judkins can easily take the audience's breath for more than an hour.
The Seattle-based funeral-doom duo Bell Witch finally comes to Budapest with their latest album titled Mirror Reaper. The band will be performing in April within their European tour where they will performe two songs from their new album released in October that will last longer than eighty minutes accompanied by a special projection. Their support will be Aerial Ruin at the A38 Ship exhibition room.