WMMNA: Exploring The Architecture Of Fear

WMMNA: Exploring The Architecture Of Fear
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A gripping exhibition looks at how has fear evolved in the modern human experience.

Regine Debatty
  • 2 november 2011

One of the reasons why i go through the trouble of taking one bus and two trains in order to get to Z33 in Hasselt is that the Contemporary Art Center regularly identifies and confronts phenomena, ideas and flows that characterize or affect contemporary culture. Their new exhibition, Architecture of Fear, examines how feelings of fear pervade our daily life.

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