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News & Agenda March 2016
New Website
From gallery to art office
After the decision to end Galerie Fortlaan 17’s way of operating, with an ambition to explore new paths and to extend our activities beyond the traditional concept of an art gallery, we now present the new website of Tallieu Art Office.
New website: Tallieu Art Office
David Bowen
recent acquisition: tele-present water
ZKM, Karlsruhe (D)
ZKM acquired the installation tele-present water by David Bowen for the permanent collection.
David Bowen_tele-present water_2011
Kiki Smith
honoured with the International Sculpture Center’s Lifetime Achievement Award 2016
International Sculpture Centre, Hamilton, NJ (US)
The ISC's Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes individual sculptors who have made exemplary contributions to the field of sculpture.
International Sculpture Centre
Kiki Smith_Announcement_2008
The Signifier and the Petrified
Opening: Saturday 5 March 2016 - 17:00
5 March - 2 April 2016
MoMart - base for emerging & independent artists, Amsterdam (NL)
In their work Kok&Deiman illuminate the difference between design and reality. Knowing that there is not one single truth, everything depends on its context and therefore everything is in constant change. Their work acts as a transformer with which they uncover the complexity of our present reality. A reality that is becoming increasingly abstract by the illusion that human beings master and control their surroundings, while ultimately still being submissive to the laws of nature.
The title of the exhibition refers partly to the theory, The Signifier and the Signified of the Swiss linguist Ferdinand Saussure, in which he refers to the difference between the physical form and the mental concept. By Lotte van Geijn.
Aernoudt Jacobs
Tracing Backwards - Soundseeing VI
Opening: Sunday 6 March 2016 - 19:00
6 March - 24 April 2016
DA Kunsthaus Kloster Gravenhorst, Hörstel (D)
During SOUNDSEEING VI Aernoudt Jacobs presents five installations in a solo-exhibition named 'Tracing Backwards'. Curated by Stephan Froleyks.
Aernoudt Jacobs
Soundseeing VI
Aernoudt Jacobs_Induction Series#4.3_Tin Space_2015
Annelies Van Parys
And Thou Must Suffer
10 March (première), 11 & 12 March 2016 - 20:30
Klarafestival, Kaaitheater, Brussels (B)
New Composition by Annelies Van Parys commissioned by Muziektheater Transparant. A prologue and epilogue to Bach's St. John Passion.
Annelies Van Parys
Muziektheater Transparant
Klarafestival - Tickets
And you must suffer_St. John Passion (image: Wim Delvoye)
Lawrence Malstaf
Festival VIA 2016: Perceptions
Opening: Thursday 10 March 2016 - 19:00
10 - 20 March 2016
Le Manège, Maubeuge (F)
Nevel, a matrix of nine pivoting walls forms a labyrinth whose architecture continuously changes. A sequence of different compositions creates choreography of spaces flowing into one another. It is an auto choreographic space to wander and get lost in, like in a mutating city, to linger and surrender to the disorientation.
Exposition Perceptions
Lawrence Malstaf_Nevel_02004/10
Lawrence Malstaf
15 - 16 March 2016 - 20:30
Les Brigittines, Brussels (B)
What an amazing, obsessive show!

Drawing from fifteen years of creative experience between Europe and Asia, Arco Renz throws his body to create seemingly alien movements, yet part of our artistic and cultural background. 
EAST exposes and simultaneously shakes up the stereotyped portrayals of the differences between East and West. We are in another world, our body and soul engaged in a thrilling dialogue with the surrounding lights, the staging and the music played live.
The performance evolves inside a spheric installation by Lawrence Malstaf.
Les Brigittines - Tickets
Lawrence Malstaf_EAST_Arco Renz/Kobalt Works_2015

Lawrence Malstaf
Opening: Saturday 19 March 2016
19 March - 8 May 2016
Kunsthall Grenland, Porsgrunn, (NO)
Lawrence Malstaf's proposal FOLDING stems from a research project on traditional origami techniques and contemporary 3D modeling software and explores the borderline between representation and abstraction. The aim is to accumulate a series of full scale kinetic sculptures based on 3D scans of the exhibition visitors. The sculptures expand and shrink according to motion patterns of the public in the space. Thus the visitors are reanimating the abstracted models of earlier visitors and create a responsive choir of breathing avatars. A metaphor for the blurring boundaries between animate nature and inanimate simulation and modeling technology.
Kunsthall Grenland
Hybrid Matters
Lawrence Malstaf_Folding_02015
Annelies Van Parys
Via Crucis - Cello Quartet
Première Tuesday 22 March 2016 - 20:00
Klarafestival, BOZAR, Brussels (B)
Klarafestival asked Annelies Van Parys to create a new contribution for cello quartet using the hymn Vexilla Regis from Via Crucis as a starting point.
Annelies Van Parys
Klarafestival - Tickets (sold out)
Klarafestival_Via Crucis
Annelies Van Parys & Anneleen De Causmaecker
Friday 25 March 2016 - 20:00
De Bijloke, Gent (B)
ChampdAction presents PARCOURS in Dialogues at De Bijloke. PARCOURS (2009) was the first co-operation between composer Annelies Van Parys and visual artist Anneleen De Causmaecker. The virtuoso performer is Jan Van Hoecke (Recorder).
Annelies Van Parys
Anneleen De Causmaecker
De Bijloke - Tickets
Annelies Van Parys & Anneleen De Causmaecker_PARCOURS_2009
Jacques Charlier
Peintures pour tous
until 22 May 2016
MAC's - Musée des Arts Contemporains au Grand-Hornu (B)
The exhibition at MAC’s is a beautiful monographic homage to one of the greatest contemporary Belgian artists. It brings together around fifty recent paintings, several caricatures, and a video from the 1970s, as well as an all-new installation in the square room that was produced by the MAC’s. This installation is an optical illusion chamber inspired by the one invented by the American ophthalmologist Adelbert Ames in 1946, which Jacques Charlier had made by the Museum for displaying paintings
Jacques Charlier
Jacques Charlier_Road Art_2010
Jacques Charlier
Catalogue - Catalogus
Tentoonstellingscatalogus Jacques Charlier, Peintures pour tous.
Teksten van Denis Gielen, Laurent Busine en Sergio Bonati; gesprek met de kunstenaar.
Kartonnen kaft, 27 x 21 cm, 96 pagina’s, 60 illustraties.
ISBN 978-2-930368-65-8

Catalogue de l’exposition Jacques Charlier, Peintures pour tous.
Textes de Denis Gielen, Laurent Busine et Sergio Bonati, entretien avec l’artiste.
Couverture cartonnée, format 27 x 21 cm, 96 pages, 60 illustrations.
ISBN 978-2-930368-65-8
Jacques Charlier_Peintures pour tous_catalogue
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