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"Things may stand still, but in the image they move"
Charlotte Bouckaert / Still Life With Chair

STILL LIFE WITH CHAIR - Charlotte Bouckaert
4/03: Take Away - De Spil, Roeselaere (BE)
© Charlotte Bouckaert - Captation: 'Still Life with Chair' - 16/12/2020

In portraying the banal, Charlotte Bouckaert wants to pay a tribute to the everyday things that surround us. Things may stand still, but in the image they move. Live from her table at home she will activate a still life. Not a registration but a live act. Read more...

Read here an interview with Charlotte Bouckaert by Lies Mensink (NL)


GRAMMATICA - Evelien Cammaert 
6/03 - 7/03: Kanal - Centre Pompidou, Brussel (BE)
© Michel de Pourcq

In an intriguing, serene installation, artist Evelien Cammaert and visual artist Joris Perdieus dissect the process of creating an artwork. They drape a composition of various coloured cloths on an empty canvas. Read more...

25/03 - 25/07: Arter, Istanbul (TR)

Emre Hüner’s solo exhibition [ELEKTROİZOLASYON]: Unknown Parameter Extro-Record brings together new works created around a semi-fictional script. Hüner releases the script from its function and repositions it as a mediating device among different media, such as film, novel, and architecture, proposing an open method of production, a process of scriptwriting rather than reaching a conclusive outcome. The exhibition thus reflects a performative production process that relies on improvisation and moves across disciplines. Read more...

PERIPHERY with Meryem Bayram
HART & Kunsthal Extra City
© Still Image of Periphery by HART and Kunsthal Extra City

With Periphery, Kunsthal Extra City is commissioning six creative projects for its new location in the
former Dominican monastery. In the coming months, HART magazine will follow the artists during their work process. Geert Goiris, Imge Özbilge, Maëlle Dufour, Mekhitar Garabedian, Meryem Bayram and artist duo CMMC will go into dialogue with the architectural space and install a semi-permanent work on the periphery of the church and chapel. They hide in the side aisles, forgotten back rooms and concealed in-between spaces. Here, their work can blossom in total seclusion. Learn more...

© Adrien Tirtiaux

At the crossroads of two major architectural elements - the long ramp that crosses the site from one end to the other and Hall 2, which bears witness to its industrial history - Ciel de Bruxelles (recycled) proposes to use the Recy K building as a periscope. Via a precisely designed reflective surface, daylight from one of the sheds in Hall 2 is redirected towards the covered passage, enhancing the value of this rather dark space in its current state. A succession of oriented mirrors hanging from the ceiling of the passage redirects the light in the axis of the ramp, creating a light call - a circle of sky inscribed in a black rectangle - from the platforms. 

Last month, OKV has featured Adrien Tirtiaux in their search for fresh and upcoming artists.
Read the article here!


Sad Birds Pavilion by Hüseyin Umaysiz
Ice  by Bahar Temiz
Sad Birds Pavilion - Hüseyin Umaysiz
© Karolina Maruszak
Ice - Bahar Temiz
© Danny Willems

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