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News February 2015
During 25 years Galerie Fortlaan 17 offered a varied programme of international contemporary art. After the decision to end the gallery's way of operating, Ischa Tallieu now proudly presents the first Newsletter of TALLIEU ART OFFICE. We are looking forward to keeping you updated & informed in the future!
Lawrence & Vincent Malstaf
Event Horizon
New Installation
Opening: Friday 30 January 2015 - 20:00
30 January - 1 February 2015
Dust particles are suspended in a light beam which is slowly scanning a dark room. Visitors can enter wearing a protective mask and witness the silent complexity of matter with millions of fragments forming a temporary micro universe. Remote sounds of human masses and activity fill the otherwise empty room.
Lawrence Malstaf
Lawrence & Vincent Malstaf,
Event Horizon_02014
Lawrence Malstaf
5, 6, 7 February 2015
Kirkenes (NO)
The SHRINK-performance will include two Russian and two Norwegian dancers, a large metal scaffold and loads of plastic. The dancers couple up, one Russian and one Norwegian, and vacuum-seal each other; their bodies moving slowly, pausing, changing their pose until they are completely wrapped in plastic and not able to move anymore.
Lawrence Malstaf,
Shrink-performance, 01995-2015
Tom Kok & Britt Hatzius
Micro Events
Cinematic installation
Opening: Thursday 12 February 2015 - 17:00
13 February - 22 March 2015
at MOISMULTI 2015, Québec, Canada
MICRO EVENTS is a series of cinematic experiences for one person at a time, each involving a table, a microscope and a small mechanical stage. These tiny worlds on a microscopic scale each have their own soundtrack accompanying visitors along a fragmentary path into the infinitely small, guiding them through a labyrinth of detailed descriptions, questions and unstable verifications.
MoisMulti 2015
Tom Kok
Britt Hatzius
Tom Kok & Britt Hatzius,
Micro Events_2012
Lawrence Malstaf
Emotion of matter
scenography for 'Sisters 11 Years Later'
11 & 12 February 2015
In 2003 Haugen Productions made 'Sisters'. This performance was shown 180 times and seen by more than 25.000 spectators of all ages throughout Norway. 'Sisters 11 Years Later' is the independent follow up on the story of close familyrelations and sisterhood. The performance consists of film, installation-art, music, text and dance.
Nordland Teater
Haugen Produksjoner
Lawrence Malstaf,
Emotions of Matter
Anneleen De Causmaecker & Annelies Van Parys
Field Recordings
PREMIERE: Saturday 2 May, 2015
The upheaval after the Great War in an interactive performance. Sound rises from the earth: rustling, murmuring… echoes of battle, but also voices and snatches of music. As visitors move through this installation, the sounds retreat. Wherever humans go, the music hushes to a murmur. This interactive sound installation, created by Anneleen de Causmaecker, Annelies Van Parys and Peter Verhelst, is brought to life by the live performance of Els Mondelaers and Isabelle Balsa. Cellist Arne Deforce plays the prelude.
Concertgebouw Brugge
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Anneleen De Causmaecker & Annelies Van Parys,
Field Recordings
Lawrence Malstaf & Amund Sjølie Sveen
New Project - Spring 2016
PREMIERE: Spring 2016
MELTING is an investigation of various questions related to the scientific, economic and psychological reasons for, and consequences of, our presumed current climate crisis.
If we accept that global warming exists and is manmade, what implications does it have for how we organize our lives and society? What happens when ice melts? What happens when economies melt? What happens when society, welfare, social relations, public art funding and human future melt? And afterwards, when everything is melted, then what?
Directed and performed by Amund Sjølie Sveen
Music by Slagr
Installation/scenography by Lawrence Malstaf
Lawrence Malstaf,
Platonic Objects, folding shadows, a light installation, 2015
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