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NEDERLANDSE ARCHITECTUUR. HET NIEUWE BOUWEN 1920 - 1940

Jef Cornelis
A short reflection on Dutch architecture between 1920 and 1940, following and based on an exhibition in the van Abbe museum in Eindhoven. The period of the so-called ‘new building’, with such prominent figures as Rietveld Brinkman and Van der Vlugt, evolved around an architecture which took the critical issue of the living environment as a starting point...

LE SPECTATEUR

Michel Lorand
The Medea installation is made up of a large, square table with four video monitors. A single actor or actress is seen on three of the four monitors, from the waist up and frontal. The fourth monitor shows only text. The starting point is a short prose piece written by Lorand about a young woman intending to kill her two children after the end of her relationship with their father...
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JUMPY CHICKEN

Messieurs Delmotte
This time the title is particularly ironic as the chicken is not actually jumping. Two strings are attached to its legs, which are used to pull the chicken away. This work is part of the series Facts and Gestures Vol. 2...

MONU-MENTAL

Krassimir Terziev
An observation of public space that is popular among youth communities in Sofia (the park in front of the Monument of the Soviet army). A place to spare time in chatting, drinking, smoking, practicing urban sports or just hanging around...

FLUSHED-AT-ONCE

Ken Kobland
A short remembrance…a project created for an exhibition in commemoration of the events of Sept. 11. (https://www.kenkoblandfilms.com)...

A CUP OF COFFEE'S STATE OF BEING

Messieurs Delmotte
For a good cup of coffee: first serve the coffee, then add some milk, and even a bit of sugar of your choosing. Mix all the ingredients, and, finally, taste it!...

THE SIGNAL

Grace Schwindt
Taking the true story of a soldier as a starting point, the work explores the significance in military strategies of both the landscape and the capabilities of the human body....

J'ESPÈRE QUE VOUS ALLEZ BIEN

Boris Van der Avoort
Taken from film archives, this playful and nostalgic ‘montage’ wants to picture the lives and hopes of three generations of a Belgian family between 1931 and 1997. Images belonging to the family possessions take us back to childhood and play, journeys, relationships, dancing...
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HOE WAAR VALS KAN ZIJN

Stefaan Decostere
Working under the cover of imitation and parody, Jacques Charlier has allways set out to expose the perverse use to which images are put by art and society. Decostere’s film demonstrates this in an exemplary manner...
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MARCEL BROODTHAERS: MUSÉE D’ART DU XVIIE SIÈCLE

Jef Cornelis
Views of the 17th century ’Eagles Department’ in Antwerp: façade, wooden crates, postcards of 17th-century works on the walls and a small garden. Marcel Broodthaers is whitewashing the inscription ’Département des Aigles’ written on the fence in the garden...