Enormous projections, synchronised, mirrored or juxtaposed, underline the visual power of Isaac Julien’s work. But audio is at least as important. Julien: “Sometimes the audio is finished long before the final work.”
Brought together in the large spaces of museum De Pont, even if you’re not captured by the narratives, RIOT is a beautiful sensory wonderland to roam through.
Other work in De Pont includes a reacquaintance with Fiona Tan’s Saint Sebastian, David Claerbout’s Shadowdance, collection pieces by Anish Kapoor, the fragile construction tools of Fiona Banner and Willy Doherty’s UNSEEN.