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News & Agenda Summer 2016
Pieter Laurens Mol
Wiegezang (voor Vincent) | Lullaby (for Vincent)
17 July 2016
until 2 October 2016
Vincent van GoghHuis, Zundert (NL)

Opening: Saturday 16 July 2016 - 15:30  

Especially for this presentation in Van Gogh’s birthplace Zundert, Pieter Laurens Mol selected a wide range of studies, drawings, photos and installations in which he refers to Van Gogh. 
The collected works date from different periods of time and show us the artist’s long-lasting fascination for Vincent van Gogh.

Vincent van GoghHuis
Pieter Laurens Mol
Pieter Laurens Mol_Lullaby (for Vincent)
Vincent & Lawrence Malstaf
Event Horizon
Cosmos - Daejeon Museum of Art (South Korea)
26 July 2016
until 20 November 2016
Daejeon Museum of Art, Daejeon (South Korea)

The theme of Project Daejeon 2016 is COSMOS. The quest for the origins of life in the universe has inspired many artists. Project Daejeon 2016 has an ambition to break with the stereotypical view of the world and humanity and wishes to give a deeper insight into art and science through various collaborations.

Event Horizon: Dust particles are suspended in a light beam which is slowly scanning a dark room. Visitors can enter wearing a protective gas mask and witness the silent complexity of matter with millions of fragments forming a temporary micro universe. Remote sounds of human masses and activity fill the otherwise empty room.

Daejeon Museum of Art
Lawrence Malstaf
Vincent & Lawrence Malstaf_Event Horizon_02015
Lawrence Malstaf
FOLDING
Hybrid Matters, Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen (DK)
19 May 2016
until 31 July 2016
Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen (DK)

Lawrence Malstaf his 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.

Nikolaj Kunsthal
Hybrid Matters
FOLDING video
Lawrence Malstaf_FOLDING_02016
David Bowen - Aernoudt Jacobs
Weather or Not
MU, Eindhoven (NL)
1 July 2016
until 25 September 2016
Torenallee 40-06, 5617 BD Eindhoven (NL)

Sun, wind and rain enter the exhibition space in unexpected, poetic ways. Measurements and weather in uences are translated into images, movement and sound. The weather becomes something more personal, more tangible. As our amazement grows, so does the feeling of human insigni dance versus the complexity and unpredictability of the climate system: we set things in motion but we clearly can’t oversee the consequences. Meanwhile, come rain or shine, MU continues to keep a weather eye on any relevant developments!

'Weather or Not' with a.o. tele-present wind by David Bowen and 'Heliophone' by Aernoudt Jacobs

Weather or Not
David Bowen
Aernoudt Jacobs
Aernoudt Jacobs_Heliophone_2015
David Bowen
Spacejunk + Voyager One
Space_New Media Gallery, Vancouver (CA)
23 June 2016
until 21 August 2016
New Media Gallery, Vancouver (CA)

The 5 twigs in this SPACEJUNK 2015 installation by David Bowen point in unison in the direction of the oldest piece of human made space debris currently above the horizon. The debris being tracked are spent rocket bodies, parts from broken satellites and wayward tools launched in missions as far back as 1959. 

voyager one  by David Bowen & Kristina Estell is a contemplative time and color based project that attempts to create a physical sensory link between the incredibly remote space probe and the human experience. As the probe travels to extremes in space, our understanding of location and cosmic borders lack tangible connection to our spatial reality. This work creates a very simple connection to this traveling object as a metering device that feeds color information.

New Media Gallery
SPACEJUNK 2015 video
voyager one
David Bowen & Kristina Estell_voyager one_2013 - present
David Bowen
Spacejunk
THE MATTRESS FACTORY MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, PITTSBURGH (US)
20 May 2016
until 3 February 2017
Factory Installed @ 1414 Monterey Street, Pittsburgh (US)

The 50 twigs in the SPACEJUNK 2016 installation by David Bowen point in unison in the direction of the oldest piece of human made space debris currently above the horizon. The debris being tracked are spent rocket bodies, parts from defunct satellites and wayward tools launched in missions as far back as 1958. When the piece of debris being tracked drops below the installation’s horizon the twigs go to a rested downward pointing position an await the next debris to appear. The composition is continually changing as it tracks the oldest discarded objects orbiting the earth that enter its point of view.

The Matress Factory
SPACEJUNK 2016 video
David Bowen_SPACEJUNK_2016
Jacques Charlier
Rien ne va plus!
Musée d'Ixelles, Brussels (B)
30 June 2016
until 25 September 2016
Musée d'Ixelles, Brussels (B)

Designed as a global installation, this unique exhibition reinterprets Mussorsky’s musical masterpiece Pictures at an Exhibition through a stunning collection of record covers. Halfway between image and music, Rien ne va plus! Explores our relation to painting and highlights the evolution of graphic design throughout the 20st century. While fitting the most recent pictorial practices, the project questions “visiting a museum” and the patrimonial and prospective cohabitation.

Musée d'Ixelles
Jacques Charlier
Jacques Charlier_Raclée au vinyl_2015
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