For its 2015 edition the Holland Festival has, together with the Stedelijk Museum, invited British artist Liam Gillick to produce a new work on Amsterdam’s Museumplein. The Holland Festival, the leading international performing arts festival in the Netherlands, annually stages performances, concerts and events together with the Stedelijk Museum. This year, the festival and the museum produced a work in the public space right in front of the museum. From May 30, visitors are able to engage physically in the history of the Stedelijk Museum by participating in All-Imitate-Act. Gillick is known for his art in the public domain. The meaning of his work is constantly redefined by the way the public use it. The title of All-Imitate-Act is based on a literal translation of the Greek origins of the word “pantomime”. The work consists of a series of large “head-in-the-hole” panels

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