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06.05.2022 14:00

Symposium & boekpresentatie - Ritsart Gobyn

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LUCA school of arts presenteert:
Acts of Painting

Symposium en boekvoorstelling Acts of Painting (14-18u), georganiseerd door schilder en onderzoeker Ritsart Gobyn (LUCA School of Arts Gent).

Het symposium richt zich op het fenomeen van painterly practices die het artistieke proces op de voorgrond plaatsen. Hoe brengen hedendaagse schilderijen dit proces in beeld? Waarom ensceneren ze soms zelfs hun eigen maakproces? Wat zijn de historische en hedendaagse wortels van deze reflectieve praktijk? En waar zoeken we als kijkers naar, wanneer we dit proces in de schilderkunst proberen te volgen?

Programma:

14u-17u: Artist talks, presentatie en discussie

  • Kees Goudzwaard
  • Franziska Reinbothe
  • Koenraad Jonckheere
  • Melissa Gordon
  • Matthias Weischer​
  • Ritsart Gobyn
  • Tom Van Imschoot

17u-18u: Drink & boekpresentatie

20u: Films on the Painterly process, gecureerd door Isolde Vanhee, Art Cinema OFFoff


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