Karthik Pandian and Andros Zins-Browne invite the public to take a walk in the Old Harbour of Antwerp. Guided by an audio narration produced in collaboration with Syrian sculptor Zakaria Almoutlak, visitors will encounter a series of sculptures that range from the monumental to the invisible. Issues of migration, history and scale motivate this work that leads visitors on a journey from an iconic port into the global imaginary.


Precarious Pavilions — Atlas Unlimited (Act IV) is the third pavilion in a line of four. Each pavilion is being presented in a different city, season and created by a different artist(collective).

Created by Karthik Pandian and Andros Zins-Browne
With Zakaria Almoutlak
Assisted by Sien Van Dycke
Curated by Michiel Vandevelde

Production: Disagree. vzw
Coproduction: deSingel, Extra City Kunsthal, Netwerk Aalst, The Great Indoors vzw
With the support of: The Flemish Government, and the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

Opening: 16 December 2018, 15H, at the Red Star Line Museum, Antwerp.
With a performance conceived by Andros Zins-Browne and Karthik Pandian.

From 18/12/2018 till 13/01/2019:
The installation can be visited with a free audio guide to be collected at the Red Star Line Museum.

Opening hours Red Star Line Museum:
Tuesday – Sunday: 10h-17h

Montevideostraat 3, 2000 Antwerpen