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14.06.2021 20:00

OFFoff / LUCA / Kunsthal Gent

Pay what you can

Final book presentation & screening:
Bioscopic Books

In de foto’s, films, objecten en videowerken van Sophie Nys, Tine Guns en Nicolas Provost wordt de taal van film niet zelden het onderwerp. In het kader van het onderzoeksproject Bioscopic Books werd hen dan ook gevraagd een zogenaamd ‘bioscopisch boek’ te maken dat balanceert op de grens van het verbale en het visuele, stilstand en beweging, tonen en verbeelden. In haar fotoboek kalibreert en visualiseert Tine Guns de band met haar broers aan de hand van de sterren. Sophie Nys maakte dan weer een even eigentijdse als historisch getrouwe ‘herdruk’ van Laurence Sterne’s boek Tristram Shandy uit 1759. Nicolas Provost tenslotte monteerde zijn straatfotografie tot een suspense verhaal over kijken en bekeken worden op de pagina’s van het boek.

Deze afsluitende voorstelling van de tentoonstelling Bioscopic Books is een samenwerking van LUCA School of Arts, Kunsthal Gent & Art Cinema OFFoff. De avond, in aanwezigheid van Sophie Nys, Tine Guns en Nicolas Provost, brengt een afwisseling van enkele boekvoorstellingen en filmvertoningen. Het boek Alas van Sophie Nys wordt ingeleid door prof. dr. Peter de Voogd.

Peter de Voogd / Sophie Nys
Alas
- Lezing

Tine Guns
Watching the Black between the Stars
- Lezing

Tine Guns
Memory Blossoms

BE • 2011 • 11' • kleur • digitaal

Nicolas Provost
Savage
- Lezing

Nicolas Provost
Plot Point

BE • 2007 • 15' • kleur • digitaal

Boekvoorstelling1406 klein