Image: Exhibition Fragments of Repair/Ka
Image: Exhibition Fragments of Repair/Kader Attia, BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht, 2021, photo: Tom Janssen / Design: Sean van den Steenhoven for Leftloft
26 September 2021
Fragments of Repair/Gathering VII

Tickets available for both in person attendance at BAK, Utrecht and for online livestreaming. A ticket for the gathering allows free entry into the exhibition.

consists of a conversation between Kader Attia, BAK general and artistic director Maria Hlavajova, and BAK curator Wietske Maas, and marks the conclusion of the exhibition Fragments of Repair/Kader Attia with the opportunity to visit the exhibition in the presence of the artist.

proposition of decolonial repair as a means to engage with the planetary urgencies of collective mental health in a world wounded by the Covid-19 pandemic. How do injury and pathways of repair—concepts which have driven Attia’s artistic inquiry over the last two decades—contribute to the ongoing struggles of decolonization both in and out of the viral and psychological pandemonium?

Video registration of this program:

(All times are Central European Summer Time/CEST)

13.00–15.30 hrs
Opportunity to visit the exhibition Fragments of Repair/Kader Attia

15.30 hrs
Opening Words of Welcome
with Maria Hlavajova and Wietske Maas

15.45 hrs
with Kader Attia, Maria Hlavajova, and Wietske Maas

17.00–19.00 hrs
Opportunity to visit the exhibition Fragments of Repair/Kader Attia


Important: “Coronatoegangsbewijs”
Please note: for this program, it is required to show a “Coronatoegangsbewijs” (Corona entry pass) at the door. This is an official proof of vaccination or recovery, or a negative test result. You can present this proof via a QR-code in the CoronaCheck app, or via a printed version from Please also bring along a valid ID. More information about the “Coronatoegangsbewijs” can be found .

Want to join the gathering in person at BAK? Register tickets via the “Tickets (In Person)” button above. Please arrive 10 minutes before the program starts.
Options for In-Person Tickets:
Regular Ticket: €6
Student Ticket: €3
Solidarity Ticket: Free

Registration for Online Tickets
To join the program online, register tickets via the “Tickets (Online)” button above.
There are several ways to join the gathering. Please join us free of charge by selecting the “solidarity ticket” option. If you are able and willing to support BAK’s program’s financially, please consider selecting a paid ticket option.
Options for Online Tickets:
Regular Ticket: €4
Student Ticket: €2
Solidarity Ticket: Free

After registration, you will be sent the link to the Zoom webinar.

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