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NEWSLETTER #30 - 2017




EVOLVING SPACES / Erki De Vries - Pieter Huybrechts
25 March - 4 April 2017 @ Cultuur Centrum, Mechelen

Evolving Spaces is a new chapter in the BookProject that Erki De Vries and Pieter Huybrechts have worked on since 2012. At CC Mechelen, their exhibit will be on a considerably larger scale than before. The project consists of several stages resulting in a series of sculptures incorporated into the installation, as well as the presentation of a sculpture as a book at the finissage. Installation and photography are joined as two undulated forces, developed on-site according to the space at CC Mechelen.
In their collaboration, De Vries and Huybrechts transcend the limits of realism. By mapping the photographic image in different layers, they create a new physical space. The tactile feel of the photographic image gives an

production Erki de Vries, Pieter Huybrechts coproduction Platform 0090, CC Mechelen, Stad Mechelen, De Garage, Foundation Willame​

© Pieter Huybrechts

29 March - 30 April 2017 @ Protocinema, New York, USA

Protocinema presents Emre Hüner’s Neochronophobiq, 2015, a three-channel video that explores the idea of perception of time through fictive artifacts and architectural entities. Neochronophobiq - a conjunction of neo, chronophobia (fear of time) and ubiquitous - creates a fictional realm, almost an extra dimension, where the simultaneous desire for progress and absence of new technologies merge.

Artefacts and rituals, architectural entities, unidentifiable topographies and the materiality of geological temporality play the lead roles in this peculiar work. ​

production Emre Hüner coproduction Platform 0090, Mathaf supported by SAHA 

© Emre Hüner, Neochronophobiq, 38 min., 3 channel, video still, 2015, courtesy Rodeo, London.
31 March - 2 April 2017 @ PACT Zollverein, Essen, Germany

The protagonist in Voicing Pieces, is the visitor’s own voice. In the intimacy of an isolated sound booth, guided by a simple score, the act of speaking and simultaneously hearing one’s own voice turns into a theatrical and choreographic experience, sculpted anew with each individual interpretation of the score. The voice becomes a place for action, a spectacle or a surprise. 

Does one’s own voice always sound unauthentic and strange? Who is speaking when one’s own voice speaks? Rather than recognizing oneself in the stranger, Voicing Pieces, is an invitation to recognize the stranger in oneself.

production Begüm Erciyas, Platform 0090 coproduction wpZimmer (Antwerp), STUK (Leuven), Tanzfabrik Berlin / Tanznacht Berlin

© Begüm Erciyas

THE ETERNAL RETURN / Clément Layes residency
27 March - 14 April 2017 @ Mimarsinan University

Clement Layes has been invited by Mimarsinan University (Istanbul, Turkey) to organise a workshop as inspiration for his new and upcoming performance The Eternal Return.

Fellow man! Your whole life, like a sandglass, will always be reversed and will ever run out again,
-­‐ a long minute of time will elapse until all those conditions out of which you were evolved,
return in the wheel of the cosmic process.

© Jonas Rutgeerts
Clément Layes / THE ETERNAL RETURN: 26 March - 15 April 2017 @ Mimarsinan University, Istanbul, Turkey

Clément Layes / THE ETERNAL RETURN: 14 April 2017 @ Mimarsinan University, Istanbul
Daid Bergé / WHAT REMAINS IS FUTURE: 18 April 2017 @ STUK, Leuven
Mesut Arslan / NACHTELIJK SYMPOSIUM: 19 April 2017 @ KVS, Brussels

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