Today there is a visit with a group of people wandering through the halls in the museum. They smile a lot, look, check each other out, walk about silently. Although they don’t talk, their bodies say a lot. One of them bends down to see a work that is resting directly on the floor, and their eyes suddenly have a different sparkle to them. They move about in groups, in couples, sometimes almost in Indian file, one of them hands a mint leaf from the roof garden to another for them to smell it and the other recognises in the smell a land they love.
In these performative visits we have abandoned the voice in order to let silence have its say, a silence that says to others what can only be said this way.
Associations, organizations and groups of up to 30.
Schedule: Saturdays 12:30 with prior appointment.