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News March 2015
Lawrence Malstaf
'Pavilion' + Scenography for OZ
Directed by Jon Tombre
26 February - 25 March 2015
at Hålogaland Teater, Tromsø (NO)
Hålogaland Teater
Studio Lawrence Malstaf
Scenography by Lawrence Malstaf
Vienna for Art’s Sake!
with Eva Schlegel, Manfred Wakolbinger, Hermann Nitsch, Kiki Smith, a.o.
Curated by Peter Noever
Opening: Thursday 26 February 2015
27 February - 31 May 2015
at Winter Palace, Belvedere, Vienna (AT)
'Vienna for Art's Sake!' Thirteen prominent contemporary artists, invited by Peter Noever, will enter into a dialogue with the newly renovated rooms of the Winter Palace.
Belvedere
Anneleen De Causmaecker & Barbara Ardenois
Duobaan
Voorwaarts Mars // en avant mars 2015
6 & 7 March 2015 - 19:15
at De Bijloke, Ghent (B)
DuoBaAn, Anneleen De Causmaecker (visuals) and Barbara Ardenois (accordion), work on the borderline of music, performance, visual art and sound. For this edition of 'Voorwaarts Maart // En Avant Mars' they present a mini-music theatre performance of ten minutes.
De Bijloke
Anneleen De Causmaecker
DuoBaAn: Anneleen De Causmaecker & Barbara Ardenois
Jacques Charlier
De Zee - Salut d'honneur Jan Hoet
until 19 April 2015
at MuZee, Ostend (BE)
The Sea is an exhibition that, just like a wave, cannot be pinned down: it builds up, breaks on the shore and
leaves traces that the next wave will wash away.
The Sea is an exhibition in dialogue with Ostend, spread out across several locations – a museum, a fishermen’s church, an old cinema, a hotel with sea view and other inspirational places.
The Sea is a salut d’honneur to renowned curator Jan Hoet, who wanted to share his ownlast ode to the sea… with grand gestures and little stories.
De Zee - Salut d'honneur Jan Hoet
Jacques Charlier
Jacques Charlier, Lettre-Océan (ou la peinture sous-marine), 1989
Lawrence Malstaf
Homo Religiosus
Ongoing exhibition
at Perspektivet Museum, Tromsø (NO)
The exhibition 'Homo Religiosus' is about the spiritual world and the quest for meaning and coherence in life. This is a dimension that art installations and music can help mediate. In art, the existential and religious dimension comes to expression as a type of insight that transcends dispassionate, reason-based knowledge. Perhaps the art can be viewed as a window facing inwards.

Homo Religiosus is produced through collaboration between the visual artist Lawrence Malstaf and Perspektivet Museum.
Perspektivet Museum
Lawrence Malstaf, Installation-view
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