'What you see is what you see', said Frank Stella. But what if you don't agree with another person - artist, scientist, art lover - on 'what you see'? Doubts can only be shared by articulation. How do articulate doubts and criticism in artistic research? How in lingual terms, how in ways of perception? What does the notion of 'aesthetic judgement' mean in the field of artistic research? Regarding what kind of practical obstacles, dilemmas, problems?
'Compact Discours' reflects on these questions of discursivity in artistic research today.
Place: De Singel - Zone Toren, Desguinlei 25, 2018 Antwerpen
Date: December 15, 2 pm - 5 pm
Afterwards you can join the book launch event of Sophie Nys 'Not to be fed, but to be famous'.
In the context of Reading Curating the Library. This book encloses 75 drawings by students of LUCA School of Arts and is developed in close cooperation with Sophie Nys.
BOOK LAUNCH EVENT with Laurence Sterne specialist P.J. de Voogd, Lieven De Cauter and Sophie Nys. Welcome and introduction by Moritz Küng, initiator of Curating the Library (2003-2009).