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Karina vs. Karina #11read moreclose
WITH: Erich Weiss, Gianni Motti, Tere Recarens, Otto Berchem, Mark Wallinger, Nico Dockx, Geoffrey de Beer, Sef Peeters, Philip Emde and Rirkrit Tiravanija. Special thanks to Jérôme Bel.
Private view Matt Agerread moreclose
MATT AGER - 'SHEER LIKE'
Buildings following their own possibilities
Aura of Belonging
Structure of desire
One thing leads to another
The coming community
Being/being more than/not being
Repulsive via texture.
Mobile Autonomyread moreclose
The MOBILE AUTONOMY summer school will take place in the Middelheim Museum. Lectures, workshops, debates and other activities will address the subject of the artist’s self-organization.
Is art (still) a science of freedom, and how do we organize ourselves as artists today? These are the questions on which the MOBILE AUTONOMY summer school will focus.
Lectures and workshops will be organized with and by Åbäke, Nico Dockx, Pascal Gielen, Erik Hagoort, Thomas Hirschhorn, Hotel Charleroi, Isabell Lorey, Oda Projesi, Tara Cranswick, Emma Rushton & Derek Tyman, Gerald Raunig and Raqs Media Collective.
More information about the lecture and film program here.
Image © Thomas Hirschhorn
Curators: Nico Dockx & Pascal Gielen
Organized by: Lokaal 01, Middelheim Museum, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Extra City, Arts in Society
Host: Middelheim Museum
Call for projectsread moreclose
In the period of 2017 - 2021, Lokaal 01 Antwerpen will host yearly 5 new art projects. These projects will be developed during work periods that last a maximum of 5-6 weeks, according to the needs of the project.
Lokaal 01 Antwerp offers selected artists a project space of about 150 m2 and provides a basic living accommodation and a small production budget. Following each work period an exhibition takes place. Moreover, during each residency a public talk with the artist at work is being organized. We provide assistance during the pre-production of the work period, according to the needs of the project (material production, logistics, information research, etc.). As a post-documentation we publish a yearly catalogue in which all interesting information on the finished projects is gathered.
Although our project and exhibition space is one of our most important assets, we also encourage projects that act beyond the borders of our exhibition space and institution.
When formulating the motivation of your project, please try to situate, on your own terms, your artistic practice and the project itself in relation to a wider context of urgency and relevance (in terms of - for instance - society, power, capital, etc.).
The application needs to be sent as zip file, containing:
1 pdf with:
- contact details
- motivation / Artist Statement
- project proposal
1 folder with:
- documentation of work of the last 3 years, with a maximum of 15 images.
accepted File type: JPG only
maximum size: A4 or 1000 px
image resolution: 72 DPI
- documentation list on pdf (Reference list to the images; Include the title, date, medium, dimensions, and a brief description of the work)
(Normally it should be fine. In case your application is more than 9 MB, please only use wetranfer.com for sending via uploads.)
Applications can be sent by email only, to email@example.com
Lokaal 01 Antwerp is a centre for contemporary art, located in a former garage building, close to Antwerp Central Station. Originally founded as a dependance of Lokaal 01 in Breda in The Netherlands, the artist's iniative in Antwerp gradually evolved into a centre that facilitates experimental research and presentations by contemporary artists.
Vincent van Velsen on Nicolas Lamasread moreclose
We call the Theoretical Space for thoughts, driven by and constructed during our projects, ThRu.
From 2015, this space will be used again! Thru has for years been the place that is used for reflections by various writers. Vincent van Velsen is our new year editor. His predecessors include Erik Hagoort, Jellichje Reijnders, Sofie Van Loo and Christophe Van Eecke.
Vincent van Velsen wrote a text in response to the work period of Nicolas Lamas.
The Indefinable Journeyread moreclose
Janna Crombez, Koen Deprez, Ine Van de Velde, Laura Schippers invite you to join them on a journey to an unknown destination. From € 79 per person.
Central starting place at the Red Star Line Museum, Montevideo 3, 2000 Antwerpen, www.redstarline.be
On a normal trip one chooses to travel from A to B and is the destination and the period known in advance. With The Indefinable Journey the four tour guides will retrieve these specific drive down.
The focus of the final destination is removed, it is like a pilgrimage that leads to nowhere.
There will be only stopped occasionally in order to prevent that one could become attached to certain places.
The trips are not prepared, there's no spectacle or danger.
It's an attempt to realise a void.
The only data which are certain are the different departure dates.
Check the travel brochure or order your copy via firstname.lastname@example.org (also for more information - the brochure is only in Dutch available at the moment, sorry)
+32 (0)3 / 334 80 66
Eikelstraat 25 / 2500 Berchem
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