zondag 28 oktober 2012

two GT's: Raphaël Pirenne and Moritz Küng

Yesterday, Saturday October 27 at 16:00 h Raphaël Pirenne guided a group of visitors through the Locus Solus Domesticus exhibition. He prepared a very interesting parcours, in 7 "actes / sections" with titles such as "l'espace", "technicité 1 et 2", "vision", "matérialité", "le point", "erotisme", he started on the ground floor, afterwards the group climbed the stairs to go to the top floor and after that had to descend to the basement. The guide showed the works not in a random order, that is why the group had to ascend and descend four times the stairs. Raphaël made combinations in the 7 sections, "Beau comme la rencontre fortuite d'un parapluie et d'une machine à coudre sur une table de dissection": the notion of space and place in the works of Suchan Kinoshita, Rémy Zaugg and Christoph Fink. Eroticism in the work of Michel Gouéry, Mitja Tusek and Jürgen von Dückerhoff. Or the polyhedrons from Aglaia Konrad, Joëlle Tuerlinckx and Xavier De Clippeleir. And the abundance of dots or points in the exhibition. Thanks a lot Raphaël for the very interesting tour you did in the Locus Solus Domesticus exhibition.

Saturday October 27 2012, guided tour by Raphaël Pirenne
Saturday October 27 2012, guided tour by Raphaël Pirenne



Saturday October 27 2012, guided tour by Raphaël Pirenne

Guided tour by Raphaël Pirenne, talking about a work of Joëlle Tuerlinckx






































































At 18:00 h Moritz Küng served as a guide, and by improvisation he spoke about six works in the Locus Solus Domesticus exhibition. Moritz started with a short story from the past, when he lived in Brussels and run an art space in his apartment: APP BXL. The intense relation with artists, their works and the conversations with the visitors of the exhibitions makes clear that art has a function as mediator. It is "the age of less", with the conversations the artwork works in the mind and memory, the work exists in a dematerialized version. 
As a poet Moritz talked about the marbles of Jan Swartenbroekx: the marbles are so very well made, painted with obsession and devotion to reach a result beyond how marble looks. And than when it is finished and exhibited, the three marbles are standing here and are waiting, autonomous representing marble. 
About the work "constitution d'un tableau" of Rémy Zaugg, Moritz told about the close and meticulously reading of the painting "la maison du pendu" of Paul Cézanne so that the pictorial representation could change in a textual representation. A comprehensive study about image and text.
Thanks Moritz for the personal and interesting guided tour!

Saturday October 27 2012, guided tour by Moritz Küng

Saturday October 27 2012, guided tour by Moritz Küng

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