Amélie Bouvier is exhibiting her “Small Accidents” series in the group show “The Malpighian Layer”, curated by Bruno Barsanti and Gabriele Tosiat at CAR DRDE in Bologna.
12.05.2018 – 28.07.2018
Artists: Amélie Bouvier, Inga Meldere, Giulio Saverio Rossi, Jonathan van Doornum, Theis Wendt
via Azzo Gardino 14/a
Congratulations to Emmanuel Van der Auwera for his wonderful show “Blue Water White Death” at Mu.Zee. It runs until September 9th, 2018.
Facial recognition, eye tracking and dissected LCD screens are among the tools Emmanuel Van der Auwera uses to peel back layers of perception in an investigation of performative violence buried in the media landscape. From teenage trends, to grief over global terror, “Blue Water White Death” welcomes us to a place where the media you watch watches you back as internet myth matures into obsessive reality. Works in the exhibition include VideoSculptures, pieces from the “Memento” Series and the third and final film in a trilogy (“Certain Amount of Clarity,” “Central Alberta,” “Missing Eyes”).
Emmanuel Van der Auwera interviewed by Berlin Art Link about his current exhibition at Mu.Zee.
Nuit Américaine 2, 131,5×184 cm, Newspaper .3mm aluminum offset plates mounted on aluminum frame, 2018
Marcin Dudek is exhibiting his work, Tunnel Recording, in the group exhibition “Szczurołap”, curated by Piotr Lisowski, at MWW Muzeum Współczesne Wrocław in Wroclaw, Poland.
preview: 11/5/18, 7–9:30 PM
MWW, pl. Strzegomski 2a, 53-681 Wrocław, Poland
Tunnel Recording, 2006, Documentation of work in progress. Gaffer tape, parcel tape, adhesive film and spray paint. 1.8 x 2 x 4 m
Ella Littwitz will be part of the exhibition Mystic Properties developed in collaboration with HISK (High Institute for Fine Arts) in Ghent, and curated by Elena Sorokina.
She also have work in our booth (PRIME C20) at Art Brussels.
Ella Littwitz, In Situ Ex Situ Non Situ, 60x156x233 cm, mixed media, 2015
Ella Littwitz’s solo exhibition “And a third of the waters became wormwood”, opening on Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 from 17:30 to 20:30
Ella Littwitz’s first solo exhibition with Harlan Levey Projects, which opens during the Art Brussels Gallery Night, continues a line of investigation into cultural, political and natural geographies established throughout her past work. Work presented in the exhibition specifically addresses human migration and nationalism in the Mediterranean area, investigating the dual nature of this geographic feature to the extent that it connects and separates, acting as both a junction as well as a barrier between the Global North and South.
With the kind support of Israeli embassy in Belgium and Luxembourg.
Ella Littwitz, De facto, international water, Coca Cola bottle, 31 x 8.5 x 8.5 cm, 2018
Emmanuel Van der Auwera is “kunstenaar van de maand” in this month’s issue of COLLECT.
He will be presenting his work at Art Brussels (19/4 – 22/4) and has upcoming exhibitions at Kanal (opening on 5/5) and Mu.ZEE (12/5 – 9/9)
March 29 – April 01 2018 / 11am-7pm
Parasol Projects: 2 Rivington Street, NYC
Opening Thursday, March 29 / 6-8pm
New York City, March 29th, 2018, Parasol Projects is pleased to present Jordan Seiler: Revisions, curated by Clémence Mailly. After a recent solo exhibition with Harlan Levey Projects in Brussels, and for the first time in New York City, the show will feature the artist’s newest pieces from the Labor series.
Thanks to Fundamental Research for arranging the discussion “Drawing in the New Machine Age” this afternoon between Amélie Bouvier and Minye Zhan, moderated by Beatrice De Gelder.
Vertigo resident Haseeb Ahmed is currently working alongside Beatrice de Gelder and the DANCE research Group at the Brain and Emotion Laboratory at the University of Maastricht.
The project “Wind Avatar” directly links a person to the wind. The movements and emotions of a subject are translated into expressions of a character composed of wind turbulence patterns. By allowing a person to literally inhabit the wind, this project enables a person to develop new forms of emotions.
Residency: September 1, 2017 – March 1, 2018