David Weber-Krebs (BE/D) is an artist and a researcher based in Brussels. He studied at the University of Fribourg (CH) and the Amsterdam School of the Arts (NL). David explores various contexts as a basis for an experimental process, which questions the traditional relationship between the work of art and its public. Recent works for theatres are the performances Tonight, lights out! (2011/2013), Balthazar (2011/2015) and The Guardians of Sleep (2017), and the installations Immersion (2014) at the Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt and The Earthly Paradise (2017) at Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg. David collaborates on a regular basis with different artists and theorists and he teaches at different visual arts and performance academies.
David is regularly leading projects and mentoring at different visual arts and performing arts school among others Das Graduate school, the Dutch Art Institute (DAI) and at the Performance department of KASK.
David is member of THIRD!, the third cycle research group of Das Graduate school (Amsterdam).
He is affiliated as a doctoral artistic researcher to KASK & Conservatory / School of Arts. His research project (The Sublime in the Anthropocene, the Smallest Degree of Participation) is financed by the Arts Research Fund of University College Ghent.
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In 2009 David created STICHTING INFINITE ENDINGS, the Dutch organization producing and selling his work in the Netherlands and abroad. Marten Oosthoek, Benoit Vanraes and Elisabeth Hirner constitute the board of STICHTING INFINITE ENDINGS.