Mark the calendar for the opening op Private Tag in Raversijde! Here the collaborative project End to End will open it's doors for 10 weeks of transforming objects.
End to End structures a collective process in which objects are transformed individually and brought together again. This process will take place every Saturday during Private Tag in Raversijde. Prior and posterior the process is discussed collectively and adjusted by the group. End to End can always be repeated under varying conditions, at different locations and by different actors. Variations of the project have been shown in China (Fei Contemporary Art Center, Shanghai, 2015) and Madagascar (CRAAM, Antananarivo, 2016). For the occasion in Raversijde End to End is set up by Bie Michels, Kristof Van Gestel, Lauren Grusenmeyer and Leontien Allemeersch. End to End is part of the artist collective Performing Objects which in turn is part of Enough Room for Space (Brussels) and Vision Forum (Linkoping, Sweden).
Below some images of today's drawing workshop set up for the very first edition of Workout. Workout is a research project supported by Sint Lucas Antwerpen that explores the use of restrictions and rules in the domains of visual arts and graphic design. The research will be published in a series of publications complemented with workshops exploring the topics through hands on practice.
The first edition of Workout will consist of an in-depth interview with Kristof van Gestel exploring his later efforts to open up his work to collaboration and co-creation. For this edition a drawing workshop was organised according to a method by Kristof based on the work Idiosyncratische Machine. Many thanks to Daphné Pannier and Elise Gatelier for the extensive drawing and cutting!
Bureau Grusenmeyer is on the lookout for a super motivated assistant for the period of mid August untill November. The work at hand consists of exhibition design and managing projects. If interested send an email to email@example.com
Last week's the Brno Biennale opened it's doors to the public for the 27th time. The project Le Cabanon was selected for The International Exhibition. Thanks to the Brno team for the beautiful exhibition as well as the beautiful catalogue!
Photo: Radim Peško & Tomáš Celizna
In two weeks the exhibition Imagine Euope will open it’s doors to the public. After a few months of close collaboration with the milanese architecture office Piovenefabi who are in charge of the scenography, we are pleased to invite you to the opening of the exhibition on the 12th of April at 9PM!
With this exhibition Bozar will bring numerous thinkers, scientists and artists together to develop new ideas, images and stories for Europe. Imagine Europe is not a classic exhibition of ready-made ideas, but a cross-over between a public agora, a laboratory and a workshop. Alongside established names like Rem Koolhaas, Michelangelo Pistoletto, and Chantal Akerman, a young generation will get the opportunity to test new ideas and stories.
With Chantal Akerman, Emilio López-Menchero and Students Institut Sainte Marie Sint-Gilles, Ives Maes, Yves Mettler, Mashid Mohadjerin, Nastio Mosquito, Ingo Niermann & Zak Group, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Filip Van Dingenen and Students European School Laken, Louwrien Wijers, International Architecture Biennial Rotterdam and Architecture Workroom Brussels, Architecture Office XML and Master Students Designing Democracy Sandberg Institute Amsterdam.
Happy to announce that the project Le Cabanon has been selected for the 2016 Brno Biennal. This years theme of the International Exhibition is editions, visual identities or long term collaborations. Read more about this great biennale for graphic design here.
Le Cabanon is a cabin in the belgian countryside where Tim Onderbeke invited a series of artists to do an intervention during the years 2014–2015. For every intervention an invitation was designed as well as a poster. Currently a book is being published with photographic documentation.
Hope to see you in Brno!