Two performance artists respond to Mind Wandering Mind exhibition.

Description of activity
With “Duologue,” Abul Hisham and Maike Hemmers add an extra dimension to their duo exhibition “Mind Wandering Mind. For this event, they are inviting two performance artists, Martin Toloku and Chloe Chignell, to respond to the work on display with words and movement. Expect a surprising afternoon that will leave you looking at the exhibition with new eyes.

Date and time
Saturday, March 30, from 1:30 p.m. to +/- 3 p.m.

Admission to the event is included in the entrance fee (€7.50 , museum card free). Book here your free ticket for the event.

Additional information
The working language of this event is English.

Participating artists

Martin Toloku ‘s (GH) artistic practice evolved over the years from wood carving and installation to performance, video work and collaboration with animals such as termites and various aquatic animals. He is fascinated by the decay of materials and the memories associated with them. In his performances, Martin uses his body as a means to more deeply understand topics around impermanence, decay and fear. In doing so, he confronts himself and his audience with the universal fear of death.


Chloe Chignell (AU) is an artist working with text, choreography and publications. In her artistic research, she places the body at the center as an issue, a problem and a location. She sees writing as a means of building the body, exploring how language shapes us. In addition to her artistic practice, Chloe manages the bookstore and project space rile* and works as a dancer with choreographers from around the world.