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  • Item:MER-1271

    De Binnenkant Van Het Beeld, Nele Wynants

    Dit onderzoek bestudeert de immersieve ervaring van de toeschouwer in het hedendaagse theater. Aan de hand van historische voorbeelden trekt de auteur verbanden met hedendaagse immersieve kunsten en voert een pleidooi voor een sterk ervaringsgericht begrip van het kijken.


    €29.00
  • Item:MER-1262

    Woestijngetijden, Carla Swerts

    Deze publicatie vormt de neerslag van het doctoraatsonderzoek van Carla Swerts (°1992) waarin zij poogt het westerse beeld van het Midden-Oosten – de Oriënt – te nuanceren door een alternatieve verbeelding van het gebied aan te reiken. Swerts neemt hierbij stelling in t.o.v. de positie van de kunstenaar, die binnen deze context vraagt om een actief engagement met het gebied, geworteld in de ervaring zelf.


    €25.00
  • Item:MER-1260

    SOP, Ann Huybens

    De hersentumor en de epilepsieaanvallen enerzijds en de cocktail van medicatie en routine anderzijds. Daartussen de wereld die langs haar 'kijkkamer' passeert. De herinneringen. De stad. De straat, het verzet, mensen. Haar moeder, haar zuster, haar dochter. Haar broer. haar kat. De tijd, het lijf, de kleine triomfen. Zoals het is. Als een archivaris houdt Ann Huybens de dagen bij.


    €19.00
  • Item:MER-1255

    A Tiger Cannot Change Its Stripes , Daniel Buren

    This publication documents Buren's large-scale in-situ work La salle aux piliers colorés, which was conceived for the project A Tiger Cannot Change its Stripes at the Cultural Centre of Strombeek and exhibited in three parts during 2016 with works of Simon Hantaï, Michel Parmentier, Jacques Villeglé, Athina Ioannou and Krijn de Koning. The book includes texts by a.o. Rudi Fuchs, Guy Massaux (Association Michel Parmentier) and Steven ten Thije (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven).


    €24.50
  • Item:MER-1245

    RESONANCES I, FOOD

    This book, an "art book on food", is based on material gathered during RESONANCES I, an ad-hoc project organized by the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission at the occasion of the Universal Exhibition EXPO 15: Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life, held in Milan. 



    The material gathered during the festival has been deconstructed and reconstructed into a new narrative that evokes the need of considering food not only as a mere scientific, technical and commercial matter of fact but also as a social, cultural and political matter of concern.


    €20.00
  • Item:MER-1244

    MUSEUM II

    This richly illustrated book forms a catalogue of two consecutive years of exhibitions at the cultural centre of Strombeek, located near Brussels. Between 2014 and 2016 CC Strombeek realised five major exhibitions and solo presentations that raised broad subjects and shed new light upon how artists turn relevant content into speaking images. Amongst the projects were solo-exhibitions of Daniel Buren and Kimsooja; an expo on ecology and on the art of drawing; and a historical impression of Japanese Art.



    Next to an extended set of exhibition views, the book brings together a remarkable collection of accompanying essays by contemporary writers. New productions are elucidated by statements and reflections from the artists as almost ‘intimately whispered’ first-hand information.


    €39.00
  • Item:MER-1243

    Discuter la Peinture, Nikolaas Demoen

    This artist book accompanies the video installation by Nikolaas Demoen (1965) shown at Mu.ZEE, Oostende Belgium, during the spring and summer of 2017.



    Discuter la Peinture is an installation in which several prominent 20th century French philosophers discuss painting. The book, which contains video stills, paintings and texts by Hans Demeyer and Phillip Van den Bossche, forms an excellent addendum to the exhibition and simultaneously stands as a high-quality publication on its own.


    €29.00
  • Item:MER-1235

    Through the Looking Glass, Michel Couturier

    The project for this book has a programmatic quality, like a prefiguration of future works. Perhaps it also works like a mirror—like an optical machine in any case—that brings together distant things, various times, experiences, places, and forms (drawings, photos, writing, etc.), and that’s exactly what Michel Couturier set out to do. He's trying to find temporal breadth in these places, and (re)discover their meaning, which is perhaps more lost than concealed. 


    €38.00
  • Item:MER-1234

    Maekawa II

    Maekawa II presents the work of Japanese artist Tsuyoshi Maekawa (° 1936) during the 1970s. In contrast to Maekawa I, which highlights his art of the previous decade made within the directives of the Gutai Art Association, Maekawa II sheds light on the artist’s unremitting efforts to overcome the sudden death of Gutai’s leader Jiro Yoshihara in 1972. In this volume, the ceaseless innovations and impulses Maekawa instigated in his post-Gutai practice are brought to the fore. They show the profound exercises and manipulations of sewed and dyed burlap that he shaped into oftentimes highly tactile squares, lines, triangles, and a multitude of colourful yet sober wavy patterns; at times stretched over boxes or loosely draped over walls. The result is a singular exploration of fabric, texture, colour and the possibilities of the canvas at its roughest core.


    €45.00

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