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Kunsthaus Baselland

Today: 11.00 AM - 5.00 PM

10 March 2023 - 09 July 2023

With Monira Al Qadiri, Joan Jonas, Sigalit Landau, Maya Schweizer, Hannah Weinberger

This group exhibition focuses on large-scale installations, particularly video works that directly address the themes of nature, climate change, sound, memory, and participation. Through an approach that is both poetic and immersive, they enable the viewer to have a unique experience and ultimately gain a deeper understanding of these issues. Many of the works are concerned with questions of heedfulness towards natural spaces, history, time, identity, memory, in connection with sound works and performative practices. Both urban and natural spaces—such as oceans, lakes, and deserts—are experienced as interfaces of individual and collective behaviors. They serve as sources for cinematic, textual, and performative observation. In their perception of these familiar or even inaccessible and hidden places and spaces, the featured artists uncover social and political realities as well as inscribed histories and narratives, creating highly striking images and sound fields. This will be the first time that these works will be shown in Switzerland. The exhibition is accompanied by a series of events called Soundfields. The exhibition is curated by Ines Goldbach, together with Käthe Walser.

Monira Al Qadiri, Holy Quarter, 2020, 20 minute video and glass sculpture installation (video still). Courtesy the artist

Kunsthaus Baselland

OpenClosed | 11.00 AM - 5.00 PM

Helsinki-Strasse 5,  4142  Münchenstein/Basel

Kunsthaus Baselland. Foto: Finn Curry

Opening Hours

Mo Closed  |  Tu 11.00 AM - 6.00 PM  |  We 11.00 AM - 6.00 PM  |  Th 11.00 AM - 8.00 PM  |  Fr 11.00 AM - 6.00 PM  |  Sa 11.00 AM - 5.00 PM  |  Su 11.00 AM - 5.00 PM

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The Kunsthaus Baselland is among the leading exhibition spaces for regional, national and international contemporary art in the Basel region. A special focus is put on artist of different age groups, which are working in Basel as well as on international working artists, which are working explicit with the place and the architecture of the Kunsthaus. Partially first big individual exhibitions for invited artists will be realized.


Adults: CHF 12.-
Reduced admission: CHF 9.-
BaselCard, Baselland Gästepass+: CHF 6.-

Free admission:
Member Kunstverein Baselland
Member selected partner institutions
Children up to the age of 18
Oberrheinischer Museumspass
Students Kunsthistorisches Seminar Uni Basel
Students Schule für Gestaltung Basel
Students HGK Institute Art Gender Nature
Refugees with residency status F, N, B* und S
IV + 1 accompanying person
Arts press

colourkey Free admission

Museums-PASS-Musées Free admission


From SBB train station
About 15 minutes from SBB: Tram no. 11 in the direction of Aesch BL, Dorf to the Freilager stop. Cross the Freilager-Platz and the platform of the HEK (House of Electronic Arts)

From Badischer Bahnhof (German train station)
Bus 36 in the direction of Schifflände, get off at the Dreispitz stop, walk to Kunsthaus Baselland or take tram no. 11 in the direction of Aesch BL, Dorf and get off at the Freilager stop.

By car, A2
Exit Basel Süd/St. Jakob, at the intersection continue straight on Brüglingerstrasse in the direction of Dreispitz, turn left onto Münchensteinerstrasse, then turn right onto Florenz-Strasse and left onto Frankfurter-Strasse to the Ruchfeld parking garage. Follow the signs for "Kunsthaus Baselland".

By car, A18
Exit Bottmingen / Münchenstein, turn left onto Münchensteinerstrasse, turn right towards Basel, turn left onto Florenz-Strasse and turn left again onto Frankfurter-Strasse to the Ruchfeld parking garage. Follow the signs to "Kunsthaus Baselland".

In the Ruchfeld parking garage, Frankfurt-Strasse 37, 4142 Münchenstein.

Kunsthaus Baselland


13 April 2024 - 18 August 2024

Nun ist es endlich so weit: Das neue Kunsthaus Baselland, entworfen von Buchner Bründler Architekten, transformiert von einer ehemaligen Champagner-Lagerhalle in einen Ort für zeitgenössische Kunst, ist vollendet. Der Kunstverein Baselland findet damit nach 25 Jahren an ...
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