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  • Item:MER-1321

    Things & Air, Rein Dufait

    For Rein Dufait, the definition of sculpture is the adding or subtracting of material. His rigorous approach to his chosen medium has led him to develop a singular — perhaps also solitary — practice that is nourished by an insistent curiosity about material (whether natural or manmade) and a fascination with form (whether organic or artistic). In his work, Dufait confronts the fundamental questions of sculpture: how to divide space; how to combine textures; how to create volume and height. His sculptures are never narrative, seldom figurative, but often refer to organic structures. Always human in scale, they reveal an efficiency in construction that is fundamental to their meaning.


    €39.00
  • Item:MER-1314

    Heterotopia, Joost Colpaert

    Joost Colpaert (°1965, lives and works in Oudenaarde, Belgium) has been producing paintings and videos for many years in which recurring cycles, fluent progress and the force of water play a central theme. He is inspired by his musical background: where a painting is spatially restricted, music can continue to flow (eternally). In a series of paintings from around 2000 the idea of recurring cycles was expressed in the form of rings, streamers and tyres which wound around and through each other. Since 2002 he has become more and more inspired by water and rivers; a reflection of a recurring cycle. He works this figuratively using maps and landscapes, but also abstractly.


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  • Item:MER-1311

    The Matrix Project, Thierry Lagrange

    The Matrix Project comprises two contexts, namely photographic work of architect Thierry Lagrange and the self-reflective trajectory that he developed during his doctorate at KULeuven. Lagrange’s practice-based research developed to an autonomous artistic project, in which he studied the signification and nature of observation within a creative process. Through his multifaceted practice as an architect, photographer and researcher, Lagrange developed ‘The Matrix Method’; a method that stimulates creativity within different contexts and can be implemented for example in art education. For the Matrix Project, 25 years’ worth of photographs was entered into a context of research and presents a new perspective on different ways of seeing in our present visual culture.



    Thierry Lagrange (°1970) is a civil engineer/architect. He runs the architecture office ALT-architectuur. He is active as a photographer and videomaker and finished his doctorate Look Here Now, Mapping Design Trajectories. Legrange is lecturer an researcher at the Faculty of Architecture, KU Leuven. 


    €35.00
  • Item:MER-1306

    Time Regained, A Warburg Atlas for Early Music

    This publication is a kind of workbook or manual. It is not a music history, nor is it a technical, musicological book. It is rather a book about materials – musical materials and their relation to other artistic materials. It is not a book for professionals or specialists but for those who like to explore the capacities and possibilities of artistic materials. However, it never talks about them in a technical way. This book is instead about love and desire for old repertoires, and especially for polyphony, attempting to retrace its shape: the initial desire that makes one want to perform this music.


    €65.00
  • Item:MER-1299

    Animated Life / Otaku Futurism, Didier Volckaert

    Didier Volckaert, aka Ikari 'Ellis' Katsumi, has compiled an impressive collection of images and authored a fascinating travelogue guiding us through the world of Otaku culture.

    Animated Life / Otaku Futurism puts us at the threshold of Anime as life itself, the complex and refined form of reality lived by Otaku. Thoroughly researched, intense & far-reaching, this volume is, in the words of Ikari 'Ellis' Katsumi, an omiyage, a source of strategies, a sea of possibilities, a manifest, a gift.


    €39.00
  • Item:MER-1298

    Performance for the book, An Onghena

    ‘Perspective’ is a documentation of a performance directed by An Onghena and performed by Tom Elexmans, presented on 29 November 2017 at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht.



    This publication documents the work ‘Performance for the book’, which is about the love of paper and about the feelings of frustration with regard to paper, about the making of books, the contents and the folding, the binding and the cover. The performance operates as a visual experiment to give life to paper. This documentation offers a new perspective on this work by Onghena, after the performance.




    €39.00
  • Item:MER-1290

    II. MERA: Daily Chores on 5th Avenue, Ištvan Išt Huzjan

    On the occasion of the exhibition NSK State Art: New York, The Impossible Return at James Gallery of the Graduate Center City University of New York Huzjan walked the 5th Avenue from the corner of W143 street and 5th Avenue to the North entrance of the Washington Square Park. His movement was photo documented from the position of the Avenue’s 126 intersections. During his walk he cleaned the gutter of the Avenue by collecting waste in transparent plastic 16-gallon bags. A heap of filled 6 garbage bags were exhibited in front of the gallery at 365 5th Avenue on 8th of February 2017. The following morning the heap was picked up by The City of New York Department of Sanitation.


    €185.00
  • Item:MER-1289

    MUSEUM III .1

    This publication is the first of a series of notebooks that documents the various projects and exhibitions that were on view at Cc Strombeek. Covering the exhibition year of 2017, this edition includes texts by authors such as Frederik Leen, Joris D’hooghe, Louis De Mey and Hugo De Greef (with whom the museum set up an artist-in-residence module this year in the context of The Gaasbeek School). Furthermore, the publication also includes an extraordinary set of artists’ pages that were realised with great passion and dedication by the artists themselves. With contributions by Hans Haacke, John Knight, les gens d’Uterpan, Christoph Fink, Wang Bing and others.


    €20.00
  • Item:MER-1278

    Dieu,, Thierry De Cordier

    As stated in the preface to this volume, the artist “one day started to collect – endeavouring to uncover the absolute absurdity that would be God – all affirmations of his being, whatever their character or source, contradictory or not.” The result is a 284 pages compendium buffering even the most avid reader.



    Limited edition of 25 handnumbered and signed copies (€150). --sold out


    €39.00

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