A Tale Of A Tub


We know what it is for, we who have used it | Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme

Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme, And yet my mask is powerful, 2016, video still, courtesy of the artists

The exhibition We know what it is for, we who have used it emerges from the long-term research project And yet my mask is powerful by Palestinian artist-duo Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme. For …

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Assemblages of Intimacy

Mikhail Karikis, Children of Unquiet, 2014, video still

How can we become more involved with our natural and socio-political environment? And in what way does a place affect foundations of identity? These questions are central to the exhibition …

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Extra Mural

EYE Filmmuseum and A Tale of a Tub have joined forces again. Our Nathanja van Dijk works as co-curator on a film program in the framework of the presentation of … More →

A Tale of a Tub participates in Art Rotterdam | Projections with the presentation of the first episode of a ten-part film cycle conceived and directed by Shezad Dawood. SHEZAD … More →

Remember the ephemeral, somewhat out-worldly sound installation Navigating Noise? This artwork by artist Kerstin Ergenzinger and physicist Thomas Laepple was on view at A Tale of a Tub in 2016 … More →

From December 19 until February 11 our exhibition ROME further unfolds as a Pop-in-Expo in gallery 3 of Het Nieuwe Instituut! On view is Christopher Kulendran Thomas (i.c.w. curator Annika … More →

Below is a selection of micro fictions by Himali Singh Soin that only find completion in their live synchronicity… Performed on the occasion of the opening of Delirium & Destiny … More →

Yeb Wiersma, Jealousy, 2015-ongoing, set of cards containing separate sentences of the first chapter of Alain Robbe Grillet’s novel ‘La Jalousie’ disseminated throughout a library collection.

We grew up with them. It was like growing up with flowers. Flowers that would bloom, and fade away. They would come and go. Sometimes they would stay overnight. Sometimes … More →

The Shores of an Island I Only Skirted by Sander Breure and Witte van Hulzen presented at The Migrant (Moving) Image By dialectically juxtaposing two harrowing narratives that by themselves … More →

In this extensive interview, Igshaan Adams shares his personal history, his practice and his experiences from the first TUB residency with curators Carolyn H. Drake and Fleur van Muiswinkel. Carolyn H. … More →