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Title: Image Talks
PerformerLecturePerformer: Pint, Kris
Gielis, Sofie
ContributorCurator: Moors, Griet
Roes, Remco
Ceyssens, Patrick
Lambeens, Tom
ContributorProjectManager: Gielis, Sofie
Pint, Kris
Ceyssens, Patrick
Lambeens, Tom
Moors, Griet
Roes, Remco
Swerts, Carla
Issue Date: 2015
Start Date: 2015-05-07
Review Discipline: multidisciplinair
Research Context: FRAME cherishes the value and necessity of the fragile connection between discipline and discourse: a largely uncharted territory. We explore unconventional forms of knowledge that create new conceptual frames for images from within the artistic practice. We regard this practice itself as a substantial part of the research because the act of making sets forth a way of thinking in and through images and spaces. This thinking needs a language that is ‘in tune’ with the praxis, but does not coincide with it. Images should be understood here in the broadest sense of the word. We do not only attentively create and interpret images that can literally be ‘framed’, like paintings, drawings and pictures, but also sculptures, installations, interiors, buildings, landscapes, literary texts, and even metaphors and philosophical concepts. FRAME is an interdisciplinary research group consisting of researchers from both the arts (MAD-PXL Research) and (interior) architecture (UHasselt – ArcK). Architecture and the arts generate a new form of knowledge that requires an adequate language – verbal, visual and spatial. This entails a certain rigor, it means slowing down and taking time to contemplate, to perceive carefully and attentively. We develop through writing, sketching, building, drawing, painting a discourse that allows us to express those experiences of inner and outer reality that could not be expressed by any other means.
Description: Een symposium en tentoonstelling rond nieuwe manieren van beelddenken. – A symposium and exhibition focussing on new ways of thinking (through) images. Op 7 en 8 mei organiseert FRAME Image Talks, een mix van expo’s en lezingen. Hoe betekenen beelden? Kunnen beelden denkkaders zijn? En wat kunnen ze ons dan leren? Kunstenaars, kunstwetenschappers, filosofen en architecten spreken en debatteren over onze relatie tot beelden en presenteren nieuwe manieren om beelden te bekijken. Op donderdag 7 mei kan je overdag terecht in de Oude Gevangenis voor lezingen over beeldtaal en kunstenaarsstrategie, kunst en filosofie, en de link tussen architectuur en literatuur met filosofen Peter de Graeve en Gerard Visser, kunstenaar Francis Denys, curator Els Wuyts, architectuurtheoretici Emmanuel Rubio, Klaske Havik en theater/architectuurcollectief TAAT. ’s Avonds wordt in CIAP vanaf 19u de aftrap gegeven voor de Image Talks expo’s die van 7 mei tot en met 29 mei lopen in CIAP, galerij De Mijlpaal, de provinciale bib en de oude gevangenis. In de ambtswoning van CIAP-buurman gouverneur Herman Reynders spreken Jean Paul Van Bendegem en schrijver Atte Jongstra om 20u over de waarheden die beelden liegen. Deelnemende kunstenaars: Klaus Pinter, Ralph Klewitz, Elise Eeraerts, Ives Maes, Joke van den Heuvel, Txaro Arrazola, Reg Carremans, Christoph De Boeck, Francis Denys, Jolien Dirix , Emilia Grzeczka, Peter Hulsmans, Jon + Ibe, Maria Kley, Nemanja Ladjic, Thierry Lagrange, Ives Maes, Hilde Stevens, Jonas Vansteenkiste + Veerle Michiels, Yves Velter, Evelin Brosi, Iwert Bernakiewicz, Ann Bessemans, Stefan Groß, Yvonne Knevels, Kris Nauwelaerts, Stijn Schauwers, Joris Vermassen, Kristof Vrancken & Patrick Ceyssens ENG On the 7th and 8th of may FRAME will host the ‘Image Talks’ symposium and exhibition. How do images draw meaning? How can images be frames for thinking? And what can this framing teach us? During Image Talks artists, theorists, philosophers and architects will explore the way we relate to images and present new ways of viewing or looking at them. We kick off on thursday the 7th of May in the old jail with lectures on ‘image-language’, the strategy of the artist, art & philosophy and the connection between architecture and philosophy. Speakers include: Peter de Graeve, Gerard Visser, Francis Denys, Els Wuyts, Emmanuel Rubio, Klaske Havik and theatre-architecture collective TAAT. The official opening of the Image Talks exhibition will take place at 19h in CIAP, followed by two lectures on ‘the truths that images lie to us’ (lectures in Dutch only) by Jean Paul Van Bendegem and Atte Jongstra in the gouverner’s mansion (next door to CIAP). Selected artists: Klaus Pinter, Ralph Klewitz, Elise Eeraerts, Ives Maes, Joke van den Heuvel, Txaro Arrazola, Reg Carremans, Christoph De Boeck, Francis Denys, Jolien Dirix , Emilia Grzeczka, Peter Hulsmans, Jon + Ibe, Maria Kley, Nemanja Ladjic, Thierry Lagrange, Ives Maes, Hilde Stevens, Jonas Vansteenkiste + Veerle Michiels, Yves Velter, Evelin Brosi, Iwert Bernakiewicz, Ann Bessemans, Stefan Groß, Yvonne Knevels, Kris Nauwelaerts, Stijn Schauwers, Joris Vermassen, Kristof Vrancken & Patrick Ceyssens
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/20477
Link to publication: http://www.frame-research.be/?p=353
Category: AOR
Type: Artistic/designerly creation
Appears in Collections: Artistic/designerly creations

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