Participating artists: aaron daem – antoine goossens – astridcollectief – bart de clercq – bart maris – benoit felix – bjorn pauwels & nora dedecker – bram borloo – bram van stappen – christophe lezaire – dirk bogaert – dirk zoete – elien ronse – emilie de vlam – emma van roey – frederic geurts – geert marijnissen – griet van de velde – hans verhaegen – janes zeghers – jeroen frateur – jesse cremers – johan de wilde – karen vermeren – katelijne de corte – klaas vanhee – kristof lemmens – maarten van roy – maud vande veire – melissa mabesoone – merel vandecasteele – merlyn paridaen – natasja mabesoone – peter morrens – pieter de clercq – reinhard doubrawa – renée pevernagie – sacha eckes – sarah westphal – steffie van cauter – stijn van dorpe – william ludwig lutgens – thuy le thi thu & thomas de geyter
Opening night: thursday 29 november 20:00 with concert: the singing painters meet carver & horn 21:00
About the contribution of Hans Verhaegen:
When another artist comes to visit you for the first time in your studio, a little explanation to your artistic practice is needed sooner or later. The reaction of the visitor will often also shed another, additional light on that practice.
To what extent can that talk, show and exchange of ideas during that meeting have an impact on how an artwork is presented here in an exhibition space with very specific features?
So here is one work of art next to a digital photo frame that will show in 86 key frames the main steps in the creation of that work.
This explanation is successful if it is just sufficient to give the spectators a desire to dwell a little longer upon the work of art.