The Danish artist Jesper Just is an artist and cinematographer that challenges stereotypes between men and women. In his work he shows these stereotypes and how they influence us to behave in public spaces. He criticises rigid gender roles in a subtle manner that is sometimes humorous and sometimes surrealist. His works inspire reflection, making you aware of your own prejudices.
Jesper Just at EYE Film
EYE Film presents an exhibition devoted to the Danish artist Jesper Just. Here he created an international stir with cinematographic works in which he explores gender, desires, relations and identity in a refined visual idiom. The exhibition at EYE highlights Just’s large spatial film installations. For EYE, Just has come up with an installation that reacts to the specific qualities of the museum building’s unconventional architecture.
EYE was Amsterdam’s first major cultural institution to make the leap over the River IJ and by doing so, is helping to strengthen ties between Amsterdam Noord and the rest of the city. The eye-catching building boasts state-of-the-art facilities including 1,200 square metres of exhibition space and four cinemas with a total of 640 seats. …
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