21.05 2017

02.07 2017

Four artists, two from Belgium and two from the Netherlands, each question the privacy of our imagination in their own way; how we fool ourselves into feeling safe in our youth, in our dreams, our bodies, our homes, between our belongings and in our words. They show 'constructions of security'. This gives us the psychological structures of Herman Van Ingelgem alongside the secret domesticity of Jans Muskee; Anton Cotteleer's encapsulated corporality alongside the paper shelter and linguistic consolation of Harm Hajonides.
Guest curator Chantal Breukers.

Participating artists:
Anton Cotteleer (BE)
Harm Hajonides (NL)
Herman Van Ingelgem (BE)
​Jans Muskee (NL)

It is our pleasure to invite you to the opening on Saturday May 20 at 5 pm. Writer Kristien Hemmerechts (BE) and visual artist Karin van Pinxteren (NL) will supplement IK WAS JE in their own way.
Opening hours during the exhibition:
Friday 1-5 pm
Saturday 1-5 pm
Sunday 1-5 pm
Free admission

Preparations in PARK. From the left: Herman Van Ingelgem, Anton Cotteleer, Harm Hajonides, René Korten, Jans Muskee. Photo was taken by guest curator Chantal Breukers.

Chantal Breukers, Harm Hajonides, Anton Cotteleer, Jans Muskee


Poetic action by Karin van Pinxteren

Opening speech by Kristien Hemmerechts

Click HERE for the exhibition guide (in Dutch)
Click HERE for a text of Karin van Pinxteren (in Dutch)
Click HERE for a text of Kristien Hemmerechts (in Dutch)

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