“The Future of Justice” | 12 December, 2021 – 16 January, 2022

Opening exhibition: Sunday 12 December
14:00 – 17:00 hrs
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Nieuw Dakota, TAAK and JULIACKS invite you into the future of justice, where humanity forges new ways to deal with the consequences of crime and violence. Here, we are no longer limited by ancient methods dominated by policing and incarceration. Instead, our systems centralise healing and safety. They include the invention of platforms for accountability and mental health care, equal access to resources and changing communal norms and values.

The Future of Justice concludes a five-year artistic research project titled Transversal Scepters (2016-2021). The project involved advocates for restorative justice, academics, judges, police, prison guards, detained people and crime survivors among many others. 

Within her speculative universe, JULIACKS visualises how justice processes are messy and resistant to temporal and spatial boundaries, and how they are always both a societal pursuit as well as an inner quest for everyone individually she radically reimagines the way we view harm and healing and the routes we pursue to address it.

Curated by Suzanne Sanders and Juliacks in collaboration with TAAK.

Juliacks (1986) is an artist, filmmaker, performance artist and cartoonist working on transmedia stories that take on many different shapes and visual languages, ranging from graphic novels to films, installations, plays, paintings, ceramics and tapestries. Through artistic, historical and social research, she develops new narrative universes to address social issues.

Taak is the co-producer of this project. Since 2018 they are involved in an artistic research track and social practices about the state of prisons and justice in the Netherlands.

The Future of Justice
Solo exhibition Juliacks
12 December, 2021 – 16 January, 2022

Opening hours
Thursday & Friday: 11:00 – 17:00 hrs
Saturday & Sunday: 12:00 – 17:00 hrs

Opening exhibition
Sunday December 12
14:00 – 17:00 hrs
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Free entry
Donations at the door are appreciated.