– THE EXHIBTION HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL JUNE 13th –
• It will be open from 1 p.m to 6 p.m, Tuesday to Saturday
• A maximum of 20 people will be allowed in the exhibition rooms at the same time
• Free entry – please contact Iselp before visiting at email@example.com or 02/504 80 70
This exhibition at the ISELP art center in Brussels is Gudny Rosa Ingimarsdottir‘s first major institutional solo show in Belgium . The Icelandic artist unveils works produced in silence, restraint and economy of means. A stage in a frantic race: here, everything is set in order to measure time and watch a visual art unfold that unites the formal and the informal, technicality and finesse.
Gudny Rosa Ingimarsdottir develops a world on the borders of the living and the sensitive, or the real and the fantasised, in a series of works made largely from cut, scraped, sewn, glued or assembled paper. Drifting between abstraction and figuration, her universe is made up of micro and macroscopic details that evoke organisms in the making, fictional constellations and eerie worlds.
The exhibition “some things…” presents a selection of things that come from this unique world. A subtle world in which the thinking body is subject to internal emotions and external stimuli, it is this duality which constitutes our humanity just as much as the need for alterity.
The exhibition is curated by Catherine Henkinet.
Read press articles about the solo show here!
31 Boulevard de Waterloo, 1000 Brussels
Opening Thursday 23.01.20, from 6.30pm
Exhibition 24.01.20 – 13.06.20
Open Tuesday to Saturday, 1pm > 6pm
“…come from within”: Belgian composer, conductor and cellist Jean-Paul Dessy will perform a concert in dialogue with Gudny Rosa Ingimarsdottir’s works on Friday 14.02.20 at 6.30pm
In the context of this exhibition, ISELP has coedited an eponymous publication with CFC-editions. It offers another form of incursion into the artist’s work: in its printed form, “some things…” is an artist’s book that arranges works and details of works, exhibition viewings, fragments of workshops and texts. Among these, one is of the art critic, Filip Luyckx, and the other that of the curator of the exhibition, Catherine Henkinet. These texts help to illuminate the work of Gudny Rosa Ingimarsdottir .
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