• © Helena Verheye

  • © Helena Verheye

  • © Helena Verheye

  • © Julian Hetzel

  • © Helena Verheye

In his new performance All Inclusive, Julian Hetzel questions the aestheticization of violence and the explosive force of image wars. Exploring the principle of “creation through destruction”, Hetzel imported several kilos of debris from a conflict zone in Syria to central Europe. These remnants of the war have now been transformed into art. 

All Inclusive juxtaposes art and war, tourists and refugees, reality and imagination in a journey through a temporary exhibition space. You are invited to watch a visit through a museum where reality strikes back. What if we could capitalize empathy by making people watch people?


The performances in Ghent will be in Dutch on Wednesday & Thursday, in English on Friday.

90 minutes / in Dutch


An equally brilliant and painful performance, a shot at our morals

Theaterkrant.nl, *****,

an accurate performance about the boundaries between engagement and empathy porn

NRC.nl ****,

a highlight in his already strong oeuvre

Het Parool, ****,