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NEWSLETTER #29 - 2017

From 2017 onwards Platform 0090 works with and for a pool of 15 artists:

Begüm Erciyas - Mala Kline - Mesut Arslan - Clément Layes - Adrien Tirtiaux - Meryem Bayram - Emre Hüner - Thomas Ryckewaert  - Leyla Aydoslu - David Bergé - Bahar Temiz  - Pol Matthé - Erki De Vries - Ghökan Girginol - Gizem Aksu

On the 13th of January we had a meeting with all of them to discuss and present the different artistic trajectories .

GOLEM - Thomas Ryckewaert
15 February 2017 @ Kaaitheater, Brussel

Using a stilled, filmic imagery, Ryckewaert combines contemporary science and an age-old human ambition. The desire to create (eternal) life goes hand in hand with a coeval fear: the creation of something that outflanks us. It's a theme that has been fascinating man for ages: from the mythical Golem, passing by Frankenstein to artificial intelligence. A visual performance on the small border between creation and destruction, between reason and fear.

© Susan Derges, courtesy of Purdy Hicks Gallery, London
post -  residency performance
24 February 2017 @ QO-2, Brussels

Meryem Bayram is a visual artist, curator and scenographer. A recurring theme in her work is the investigation of the common ground between abstraction and figuration. With various materials such as wood, cardboard and elastic band she assembles constructions which reveal networks of immaterial forces. For her new creation she works together with visual artist Guy Rombouts. Guy Rombouts has been working on his own, unique communication system and is know for the alternative alphabet, Azart

© Wannes Cré

Meryem Bayram / FOURFOLD: residency from 30 January - 25 February 2017 @ Q-02, Brussels
Clément Layes / THE ETERNAL RETURN: 26 March - 15 April 2017 @ Mimarsinan University, Istanbul, Turkey

Daid Bergé / WHAT REMAINS IS FUTURE: 18 April 2017 @ STUK, Leuven
Mesut Arslan / NACHTELIJK SYMPOSIUM: 19 April 2017 @ KVS, Brussels

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