Thu 18 January
→ Sun 21 January
times vary
Free entry

Presented by the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) Photography Department

KOMMA, is a collective of 47 students from the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) Photography Department, embarking on their journey into the professional field and presenting their works.

Titled ‘A butterfly was finding out yesterday how to make sense of misunderstandings,’ the exhibition builds upon the concept of the famous game ‘cadavre exquis’, a collection of individual contributions woven into a collective whole. Therefore, the audience is invited to participate in a game, to create something within the context of the exhibition, and to be part of the community.

The exhibition is curated by the Amsterdam-based German/Maltese filmmaker and curator Samira Damanto in collaboration with the students.

Named KOMMA, the collective embodies the essence of a comma, both grammatically and artistically, where the symbol signifies a pause and continuation. The concept of the collective is rooted in the collaborative process of creation. Achieving a high level in their work is a gradual journey, one that the collective embraces with openness and attention.


Thursday 18th:

  • 19.00–22.00 Exhibition Opening

Friday 19th:

  • 09.30–21.00 Exhibition
  • 21.00–02.00 Party

Saturday 20th:

  • 9.30–17.30 Exhibition + Workshops

Sunday 21st:

  • 9.30–17.30 Exhibition + Artist Talks

To get the latest information on the schedule, check the Instagram of the collective.

Practical Information

Entry to the exhibition is free of charge. A ticket is required for the club event.

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