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DOCU-PRESS 1: Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven


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period: 12.04.2014 → 16.05.2014

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Anne-Mie Van Kerckhovens (AMVK) works are multimedia, philosophical, postfeminist, subversive and incantatory. During her career, she experimented with very divergent (digital) media – ranging from the photocopy machine in the seventies to photoshop in the nillies, from video to paintings on plexi.

The exhibition DOCU-PRESS shows a selection of AMVK’s printed work from the seventies up till now. During her residency in January this year Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven made a series of silkscreens with the title ‘Verborgen Lagen’ (Hidden Layers). It was the fascination for the production process of the one forgotten Flemish tradition, tapestry, that inspired AMVK. In analogy with the ancient weaving techniques, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven searched to unravel the technical components of a printed image. In this way, attention is given tot the human errors, the irregularities that arise during the process of printing. The aberrant copies reveal an unexpected mildness of the mechanical process.

DOCU-PRESS

For the first time in its history, Frans Masereel Centrum invites artists to reside at the centre and make new work in the workshop. During the stay the experiment is central. The artist is being challenged to critically interrogate the printing techniques and place them in relation to his/her own artistic work. It’s a concrete research into the value of graphic techniques for the artistic process, and into the possibilities offered by new printing techniques to translate content-related and thematical questions.

DOCU-PRESS has an explicit documentary nature. The presentation shows the different layers of the creation process and connects different art disciplines. This review on a residency shows what the graphic techniques mean to the artist, and what impulses they can give to an artistic oeuvre.

Opening 12/04 at 6PM with DJ Eva Van Deuren
Finissage 16/05 at 7PM with concert Planète Concrète
Open Monday to Friday, from 8.30 AM to 5 PM

DOCU-PRESS 1 Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven (c) Wim Van Nueten

Anne-Mie Van Kerckhovens (AMVK) works are multimedia, philosophical, postfeminist, subversive and incantatory. During her career, she experimented with very divergent (digital) media – ranging from the photocopy machine in the seventies to photoshop in the nillies, from video to paintings on plexi.

The exhibition DOCU-PRESS shows a selection of AMVK’s printed work from the seventies up till now. During her residency in January this year Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven made a series of silkscreens with the title ‘Verborgen Lagen’ (Hidden Layers). It was the fascination for the production process of the one forgotten Flemish tradition, tapestry, that inspired AMVK. In analogy with the ancient weaving techniques, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven searched to unravel the technical components of a printed image. In this way, attention is given tot the human errors, the irregularities that arise during the process of printing. The aberrant copies reveal an unexpected mildness of the mechanical process.

DOCU-PRESS

For the first time in its history, Frans Masereel Centrum invites artists to reside at the centre and make new work in the workshop. During the stay the experiment is central. The artist is being challenged to critically interrogate the printing techniques and place them in relation to his/her own artistic work. It’s a concrete research into the value of graphic techniques for the artistic process, and into the possibilities offered by new printing techniques to translate content-related and thematical questions.

DOCU-PRESS has an explicit documentary nature. The presentation shows the different layers of the creation process and connects different art disciplines. This review on a residency shows what the graphic techniques mean to the artist, and what impulses they can give to an artistic oeuvre.

Opening 12/04 at 6PM with DJ Eva Van Deuren
Finissage 16/05 at 7PM with concert Planète Concrète
Open Monday to Friday, from 8.30 AM to 5 PM


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