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Agenda April 2016
Christoph De Boeck
Black Box
STRP SCENE #1 - Society of the senses
Friday 1 April 2016 - 13:00
Designhuis, Eindhoven (NL)
Black Box is a wooden object with a cut-out in its base made to fit your head. The object becomes an interface: eight contact points transfer audio onto your skull. You will hear how the space surrounding you invades your head even when you cover your ears. Gradually all concrete aspects are removed until all that is left is a click that dances across the inner side of your skull.

'STRP SCENE #1: Society of the Senses' with artists Susanna Cámara Lleret, Jonathan Reus, Christoph De Boeck, Polymorph, Liat Waysbort Salvador & Broad and Kris Verdonck.
Christoph De Boeck
Christoph De Boeck_Black Box_2014
The Signifier and the Petrified
Finissage & lecture
Friday 1 April 2016 - 19:00
MoMart, Amsterdam (NL)
Finissage of Kok&Deiman’s show ‘The Signifier and the Petrified’ with a lecture by Tim de Mey and a screening of Charlie Kaufman’s ‘Synecdoche, New York'.
Lawrence Malstaf
Opening: Thursday 7 April 2016 - 18:30
7 - 17 April 2016
MAC, Créteil (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.
EXIT 2016: Perceptions
Lawrence Malstaf
Lawrence Malstaf_Nevel_02004/10
David Bowen & Kristina Estell
Voyager One
Imagined futures
Opening: Thursday 7 April 2016
7 April - 10 July 2016
Pivot Art + Culture, Seattle (US)
'Imagined Futures' features an installation by Kristina Estell and David Bowen that can transport the viewer across the universe. Titled voyager one, it is created from custom software used to visualise the current location of the Voyager One space probe, launched by NASA in 1977.
Pivot Art + Culture
Voyager One
Kristina Estell
David Bowen
David Bowen & Kristina Estell_Voyager One_2013 - present
Anneleen De Causmaecker & Barbara Ardenois
Sounddish Festival
Friday 8 April 2016 - 20:15
De Cultuurloft, Gent (B)
Barbara Ardenois is an accordion player, Anneleen De Causmaecker is a visual artist. Together they are ‘DUOBAAN’, a duo that works in and explores the fields of contemporary music, sound art, performance and visual art. Small, compact, close to the audience, challenging for mind and senses and slightly crazy.
De Cultuurloft
Anneleen De Causmaecker
DuoBaAn ©Arvid Waelkens
Lawrence Malstaf & AMUND SJØLIE SVEEN
22 - 23 April 2016 - 19:00
BIT Teatergarasjen, Bergen (NO)
MELTING is an investigation of various questions related to the scientific, economic and psychological reasons for, and consequences of, our presumed current climate crisis.

Performance by Amund Sjølie Sveen
Installation by Lawrence Malstaf
Music by Slagr
BIT Teatergarasjen
Amund Sjølie Sveen
Lawrence Malstaf
Annelies Van Parys
Private View
Muziektheater Transparant
- Zwolse Theaters, Zwolle (NL)
Tuesday 26 April 2016 - 20:00
- Muziekgebouw aan ’t IJ, Amsterdam (NL)
Friday 29 April 2016 - 20:15
Private View is the first opera by Annelies Van Parys, one of the resident composers at Muziektheater Transparant.
With the suspense of a thriller, the tension of a whodunit and a good dose of humour, she weaves a subtle web with references to Hitchcock’s visual idiom. Private View confronts us with the ambiguity of watching and being watched, an issue that seems more relevant today than in the past: Big Brother is watching you, more than ever.
Muziekgebouw aan ’t IJ
Muziektheater Transparant
Annelies Van Parys
Zwolse Theaters
Private View © 33 ⅓ Collective
Jacques Charlier
Peintures pour tous - Paintings for all - Schilderijen voor iedereen
MAC's - Musée des Arts Contemporains au Grand-Hornu
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.

Exhibition catalogue available:
Jacques Charlier
Jacques Charlier_Peinture Indéchiffrable_2015
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