TRANSFORM TRANSLATE TRANSMISSION
Symposium by Horizontal Drawing
24/04/2018 van 13:00 tot 17:00
Horizontal Drawing (research group St Lucas Antwerp) presents
“TRANSFORM TRANSLATE TRANSMISSION”
- Presentation 24-29 April
A selection of various drawings, prints, books, a wall drawing by Bart Lodewijks, as well as work by Timo van Grinsven, Esther Venrooy, Leatitia Gendre.
- Symposium 24 April
The symposium Transform Translate Transmission investigates the relationship between drawing and other media in the practice of artists, working in the field of sound, social practice and sculpture. In which stage does drawing play a role in their process, as conceptual framework, as reflection, a reference to be translated in another discipline? What is the interaction within the range of media being used? Each lecture will focus on another aspect of these questions with a special focus on the transformative quality of drawing.
13:00 Esther Venrooy
14:00 Timo van Grinsven
15:15 Bart Lodewijks
16:15 Laetitia Gendre
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LODGERS is a collaboration between AIR Antwerp and M HKA.
For LODGERS, ARIA -St Lucas School of Arts Antwerp (KdG University College), University of Antwerp, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp and the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp (AP University College) - unfolds activities and presentations that demonstrate both the specificity of research and its wide range.
Between March 31 and June 24, performances, lectures, discussions and public lectures are held in an artistic context that highlights the rather 'speculative scholarly' activities of artists. Fiction and imagination are crucial research tools to understand reality. Research in the arts shows that reality can not only be examined, but is also made using research. Art, fiction and imagination are at any rate indispensable to look at reality. Without fiction, there is no non-fiction, without art no reality.
Initiators: Sint Lucas School of Arts Antwerp, Royal Academy of fine Arts Antwerp, Royal Conservatoire Antwerp, Culture Commons Quest Office
St Lucas School of Arts Antwerp brings together contributions from a number of researchers, research groups, as well as the Master of Research in Art and Design. Students, alumni and external artists are involved as well. Leitmotif is the experimentation with retranslations to other carriers and mediums, as well as the questioning of presenting, representing and visualising research(-related) projects. The artistic approach is suggestive, groping, process-inclined, hypothetical, shifting, dialogical. In a unique way, the exhibition space is hereby activated into 'conversation space'.