​​​​​​​TICK TACK (May, 2019) is a destination for contemporary art in Antwerp. TT produces, presents and promotes international exhibitions and video art screenings, complemented by limited edition publications and an extensive digital archive. 


Housed in the brutalist complex ‘De Zonnewijzer’ (The Sundial), a 1955 key work by architect Léon Stynen and Paul de Meyer, TICK TACK occupies a historic duplex at a vivid city intersection, facing the tram stop and landscape park 'De Harmonie'. The 6-meter-high window functions as an interface between artists and audience, and between private and public space.


The TICK TACK program is dual.
By day, TT presents exhibitions, at sunset, the window transforms into a projection screen under the name


CTT is a new and exclusive platform for digital and moving image works. Reaching numerous passersby and commuters on a daily basis, CTT serves as a channel, stimulating a connection in its urban setting. 
As a result, both day and night, TT constantly challenges the physical and mental boundaries between inside and out.
TICK TACK Antwerp - Léon Stynen - Brutalistic Monument 1955
Ulrike Ottinger - Superbia, The Pride - Germany 1986 - 35mm, color - 15 minutes - Courtesy Ulrike Ottinger Filmproduktion, Berlin
With your support, we are introducing video and digital art to the public space in Antwerp.


Opening hours:

THU—SAT, 13:00—19:00
MON—SUN, Sunset—...


Graphic design by Christophe Clarijs.
Web development by Steven Steel.
Photography by We Document Art.
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