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PROGRAMME (2006-2007)*, past events    IMAGES

*Programme is the title of a series of screenings, discussions, presentations, concerts and performances organised by the gallery.
For this exhibition the front space of the gallery was transformed into a screening room.


A discussion
by Ian Wilson
Saturday September 30, 5 pm

The desert people    TEXT
by David Lamelas
USA, 1974, sound, colour, 48 mins, 16mm (transferred to DVD)
Screenings:
Thursday October 5, 8 pm
Friday October 13, 4 pm
Thursday October 19, 4 pm

The light on the edge of a nightmare    TEXT
by David Lamelas
Argentina/USA/Germany/France/UK, 2002-5, 85 mins, video
Screenings:
Friday October 6, 4 pm
Thursday October 12, 4 pm
Saturday October 14, 8 pm
Friday October 20, 4 pm

Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
Parc Central
11 short films, 1998-2003, 50 min.
MK2 Editions/Anna Sanders Films, Paris, 2006
Screening:
Saturday October 14, 4 pm

Impossible India     TEXT
Curated by Nina Möntmann

Part 1
Squiggle, by Oliver Husain, 2005, 22 min.
Machher Banga (Bengalis in the World of Fish), by Nilanjan Battacharya, 2001, 29 min.
A Day with Soheil and Maryan, by Gigi Scaria, 2004, 16 min.  
Screenings:
Thursday October 26, 8 pm (with an introduction by Nina Möntmann)
Saturday October 28, 4 pm
Friday November 3, 4 pm

Part 2
A Night of Prophecy, by Amar Kanwar, 2002, 77 min.
Screenings:
Friday October 27, 4 pm
Thursday November 2, 8 pm
Saturday November 4, 4 pm

Parc Central
by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
11 short films, 1998-2003, 50 min.
MK2 Editions/Anna Sanders Films, Paris, 2006
Screenings:
Thursday November 9,  4 pm
Friday November 10, 4 pm

Presto. Perfect sound (Belgian Premiere)    TEXT
2006, 35 mm transferred on video, colour, sound, 5 min.
Sylvia Kristel - Paris
2003, Super-8 transferred on video, colour and stereo sound, 40 min.
by Manon de Boer
French spoken, English subtitles

Screenings:
Thursday November 16, 4 pm
Saturday November 18, 4 pm
Thursday November 23, 2 pm - 6.30 pm
Friday November 24, 2 pm - 6.30 pm
Saturday November 25, 2 pm - 6.30 pm
Thursday November 30, 2 pm - 6.30 pm
Friday December 1, 2 pm - 6.30 pm
Saturday December 2, 2 pm - 6.30 pm

Special screening of Presto. Perfect Sound with live violin concert
by George van Dam
On Friday November 17, 8 pm. By reservation only.

Presto. Perfect sound     TEXT
2006, 35 mm transferred on video, colour, sound, 5 min.
by Manon de Boer

Screenings (looped):
Thursday December 7, 2 pm - 6.30 pm
Friday December 8, 2 pm - 6.30 pm
Saturday December 9, 2 pm - 4 pm
Thursday December 14, 2 pm - 6.30 pm
Friday December 15, 2 pm - 6.30 pm
Saturday December 16, 2 pm - 4 pm

Morning of the magicians
Lecture by Joachim Koester
Saturday 9 December 4 pm

Joachim Koester will give a talk on his recent works which are part of his solo show at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris (8/12- 14/1).

Legend coming true    TEXT
by Deimantas Narkevicius
1999, super 8 mm film transferred to video, 68 min.

Screenings:
Thursday January 11, 8 pm
Friday January 12, 4 pm
Saturday January 13, 4 pm
Thursday January 25, 4 pm

La factory éclatée    TEXT
Carte blanche à Matthieu Orléan
18, 19, 20, 26 et 27 Janvier

Morning of the Magicians    TEXT    IMAGES
by Joachim Koester
2006, 16 mm film, 5 min. 28

Screenings:
From 1 until 24 February
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 2 pm - 6.30 pm

Backspace:
A selection of photographs from the series Morning of the Magicians by Joachim Koester

Revisiting Solaris
by Deimantas Narkevicius
2007, 35 mm film transferred on HD video, colour, sound, 18 min. (looped)

Screenings:
From 1 till 17 March.

First screening on Tuesday 27 February at 8 pm
In the presence of the artist.

A conversation with Tino Sehgal
Wednesday 21 March, 8 pm

Lygia Clark. From object to event    TEXT
Lectures, screenings, workshops

Saturday 24 March, from 2 pm till 5.30 pm
At the Beursschouwburg in Brussels. Free entrance.
A series of lectures on the work of Lygia Clark and the meaning of her art for contemporary practice will be held by Suely Rolnik, author and director of this project, Hubert Godard (F), and arthistorian Guy Brett (GB).

Sunday 25 March, from 2 till 6 pm
At Extra City in Antwerp
A workshop by Hubert Godard, human movement specialist and dancer, together with Suely Rolnik is organised by Extra City in Antwerp. The workshop is open to everyone but subscription is needed. Please contact Extra City for more information: info@extracity.org or +32 484 421 070.
A second workshop is limited to students of PARTS in Brussels.


From 22 March till 21 April, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 2 pm - 6.30 pm
At Jan Mot in Brussels: screenings.
Suely Rolnik interviewed more than 60 people in France and the United States (filmed by Babette Mangolte) and in Brazil (filmed by Mustapha Barat), in relation to the work of Lygia Clark.
"My wager was that in this way the condition of dead archive of the documents and objects that survive from (her) actions could be overcome in making them into elements of the living memory of an artistic and intellectual legacy that dialogues with critical thought in the present."
After the exhibitions in the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Nantes (2005) and in the Pinacoteca do Estado of São Paulo (2006), a selection of 20 filmed interviews will be screened and made available for consultation at the gallery.

Initiative: Jan Mot
Organisation: Jan Mot, Brussels and Extra City, Antwerp.
In collaboration with Beursschouwburg and PARTS, Brussels.


Flashing Furrows, Oscillating Ruins...
(after the mescaline drawings of Henri Michaux)
by Joachim Koester
2007, 16 mm black and white film, no sound, 10,5 min. (looped)

Screenings:
3, 4, 5 May

"In the 19th century exploration was geographic. Journeys into impassable jungles or the ice deserts of the Arctic in an attempt to map the last 'white' spots on the globe. But in the 20th century this notion of the 'unknown' changed. Exploration turned inward. The new realms to be explored were the molecule (Niels Bohr), the unconscious (Sigmund Freud), language (Gertrud Stein) or the outskirts of the mind (Henri Michaux).
Flashing Furrows, Oscillating Ruins… is a 16mm black and white film animation created from the mescaline drawings of Henri Michaux. Of all Michaux's work these drawings are most often described as a 'venture into foreign territory'. They are seen as an exploration of a vast world on the borderline of words. My work is literally an attempt to animate this idea. I will examine the traces of this journey in series of rapidly moving images and make what could be termed a psychedelic documentary."
J.K.