LOOK, LIGHTNING HAS STRUCK THE FLOWERS!
Alice Creischer, Batsheva Ross, Benjamin Husson,
Chris Evans, Christiane Blattmann, Emily Pope, Frank Diersch, Isabella
Costabile, Jannis Marwitz, Jochen Lempert, Niklas Taleb, Perri MacKenzie
Group show curated by Christiane Blattmann and Jannis Marwitz.
13th May - 25th June 2022
Book Benefit Show
To support the purchase of books for Saint-Joris Primary School
WIELS Project Room
29-30 April 2022
9th - 10th October
Hot Author' showcases a series of works with diverse painterly voices. The paintings examine embodiment and materiality through figurative forms such as plastic bottles of water and bronze fountains. Their inventive strategies (multi-canvas, collage) are mirrored by the playful, workmanlike surfaces of the space.The artist published a text as a work in this exhibition, in the form of a numbered and signed edition on peach paper, distributed at the entrance to the show. It is also available online as a PDF.
Text: "Metal + Wind"
in "Taming the Horror Vacui Issue 8: Air Aggregation" Published by Rib Rotterdam
"Ohm" group show at FORMER, Brussels. 18th - 25th February.
for 'Batsheva Ross - Fitness Studies' at Kantine, Brussels.
*New Edition Available*
Lino print on rice paper
Limited Varied Edition of 20 prints, numbered and signed in pencil
Print size: 29.5 x 27.4cm
Paper size: 45 x 38 cm
Ghost Print is a variable edition of linocut prints with monotype elements. Each print has a unique gestural monotype.
To choose your unique print, contact the artist for a PDF of all prints.
80,00 € each
Available at Level Five Salon Sale
Publication of "Polymorphic Light Eruption" catalogue essay for Helen Dowling, Museum of Contemporary Arts Bologna.
"For Brussels City, is diversity more than a façade?"
The article investigates a banner hung on the exterior of the former Actiris building in Brussels. The banner (from Brussels City) proclaims "Embrace Diversity". It seems progressive, but obscures a more complicated story: of the bad practice of vacancy management, of government-sponsored gentrification, and of the City's misrepresentation and bypassing of minorities who are negatively impacted by their social policies. It tells a story about the privatisation of public space, the rainbow-washing of neoliberal initiative, and superficial façades masking government inaction.
From Autumn 2020 onwards, The Serving Library will be indefinitely
installed at 019. The annex of 019 Gent is currently
accommodating The Serving Library’s collection of
objects, which serves as the backdrop for some seminar-based teaching
usually geared towards students of art, design, and writing.
Francesca Bertolotti-Bailey, Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey, Vincenzo Latronico, David Reinfurt (editors)
Roma Publications 2020
Publication of "Figuration"
catalogue essay for Figuration
, Kevin Gallagher, Alma Sarif.