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The intimate consciousness of time

STIJN COLE
GAUTHIER HUBERT
GUDNY ROSA INGIMARSDOTTIR
ATHINA IOANNOU
GUILLERMO MORA

BERNARD VILLERS

 

FR

Vernissage jeudi 7.01.21 de 14h à 21h
Exposition 08 Janvier - 13 Février 2021

 

La galerie Irène Laub est ravie de débuter l’année 2021 avec une exposition collective intitulée "The intimate consciousness of time". Chacun à leur manière, les artistes présentés utilisent les notions de temporalité et de durée, soit comme part intégrante de leur processus de création, soit en tant que dispositif de perception des œuvres.

Stijn Cole capture les variations de couleur et d’intensité lumineuse d’un même paysage à travers ses « timescapes », alors que le temps devient un mécanisme performatif chez Gauthier Hubert. Athina Ioannou amorce une transfiguration progressive des matériaux qu’elle emploie, Gudny Rosa Ingimarsdottir recycle des fragments de son propre travail et emploie des motifs récurrents à travers les années. Guillermo Mora dissimule des capsules temporelles dans ses compositions et, enfin, Bernard Villers exploite le mouvement de la lumière pour affecter la perception des œuvres dans sa série « Iris descend ».

 

Plus d'information : https://irenelaubgallery.com/news_exhibitons/the-intimate-consciousness-of-time/

EN

Opening Thursday 7.01.21 from 2pm to 9pm
Exhibition January 30 - February 19, 2021

 

Irène Laub Gallery is glad to begin 2021 with a group show entitled "The intimate consciousness of time". Each in their own way, the exhibited artists use temporality and time as an integral part of their creative process or as a perception mechanism.

Stijn Cole captures the changing light and color of a same point of view through “timescapes” while Gauthier Hubert uses time as a performative device. Athina Ioannou initiates a progressive transfiguration of her chosen materials, Gudny Rosa Ingimarsdottir recycles fragments of her own work and uses recurring patterns through the years. Guillermo Mora hides time-capsules in his compositions and, lastly, Bernard Villers uses the movement of light as a perception device in his series “Iris descend”.

More info : https://irenelaubgallery.com/news_exhibitons/the-intimate-consciousness-of-time/

Image © Stijn Cole, 60 journées d’été - 10/7/2016 - 19:00 > 24:00 Seloignes, 2016, Inkjetprint on Baryta paper, 50 x 150 cm

 

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Since 2016, Irène Laub Gallery exhibits established and emerging artists in Brussels and in a selection of international art fairs. Our represented artists are actively committed to questioning social, political and architectural spaces. They present a very diverse body of work – inculding installation, video, sculpture, painting and drawing – and display pure and powerful aesthetics. The gallery is intended as an adaptable experimentation space, allowing the artists to stretch the boundaries of their chosen discipline, either by testing and distorting the physical frame of the work itself, or by exploring its significance in the social sphere. In 2018, the gallery moved to a new location and developed an ambitious exhibition programme, dedicated to further a productive dialogue between international artists, curators and institutions.