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TWO SKIES

Lukas Marxt
For this piece, Marxt filmed the horizon from a drilling platform in the Gulf of Bothnia (Sweden) at two different times of day: dawn and dusk. In the editing, the artist flipped the images of the extremely dark, mysterious rippling water horizontally in order to stick them oppositely to each other...

BALLOON FROM INSIDE

Messieurs Delmotte
This work is part of the series The Mental Reason Vol. 1...

TRAVELOGUE 1: THE DREAM OF LEOPOLD II

Stefaan Decostere
Leopold II was Belgium’s second king. And quite a king he was. He owned central Africa as a personal property and tried hard to change the city of Brussels into the most beautiful capital of Europe. He was crazy about travelling (for some well-defined purpose of course) and founded an international geographic society called colonisation...

RIB GETS IN THE WAY

Steve Reinke
Steve Reinke has long been lauded for his irreverent, philosophical, and often acerbic works, which typically adopt the form of personal essays to wryly bend and reread wide-ranging topics from pop culture to sex to theories of visual perception and beyond...

THE BIRDER

Grace Schwindt
The Birder focuses on fragility in a world driven by capitalist logic. In a capitalist society it is easy to forget that bodies are vulnerable and death does not seem to exist – until it happens...
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SMILEY 3D WATER

Messieurs Delmotte
Messieurs Delmotte holds a fishbowl with a smiley face drawn on it over his head. He tries to fill it with water from a garden hose. This work is part of the series Brokendown Dream...
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9 PETITS MOMENTS

Ria Pacquée
In the work of Ria Pacquée the relative and the existential always go hand in hand. In ’Neuf Petits Moments’, Pacquée layers brief shots and images, small moments, to construct a visual poem. Exploring space and colour, lines and forms, light and shade, she assembles a catalogue of images both absurd and symbolic...

PIET MONDRIAAN

Jef Cornelis
Peter Struycken, one of the first European artists to make use of the computer, compares Composition in Black and White, the first abstract painting by Piet Mondriaan, to a computer programme-simulated copy – ‘Computer Composition With Lines’ by Michael Noll, who was a scientific advisor for the White House at the time...