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"All Straight Lines Are Curved"

June 26th - September 27th 2020

Outdoor exhibition of contemporary art at Villa Carpentier, the St Hermes' crypt and on the gardens of CC De Ververij Ronse.

With:

  • Villa Carpentier: Gonçalo Barreiros, Marion Beernaerts, Stijn Cole, Caroline Coolen, Etienne Courtois, Natalia de Mello, Formes Libres, Lucie Lanzini, Erwan Mahéo, Tim Mathijsen, Jean-Bernard Métais, Stefan Nikolaev, Sébastien Pauwels, Tinka Pittoors, Jan Vercruysse, Tatiana Wolska
  • St Hermes' crypt: Tinka Pittoors
  • CC De Ververij: Nel Bonte, Robbrecht Desmet, Bart Lodewijks, Sarah & Charles, Kelly Schacht, Hannelore Van Dijck, Emma Van Roey, Jonas Vansteenkiste & Veerle Michiels, Tim Volckaert

Curators:

  • Yolande De Bontridder
  • Jennifer Plasman
  • Jan Leconte (CC De Ververij)

Also interesting …

Ballooning a House
A unique artistic outdoor projection on the site of CC De Ververij on Friday 11, Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 September from 9 pm. (continuous until 10.30 pm) - Free entrance.

Ballooning a House

We are pleased to announce that 'Ballooning a House' (2020), a production by artists Daems van Remoortere, will be presented in the evening at the De Ververij cultural center in Ronse on 11, 12 & 13 September as part of the current exhibition 'Alle Straight Lines Are Curved '. Save the date(s)!

In the video installation 'Ballooning a House' a black sphere gradually starts to grow like a gigantic black hole in a nostalgic house.

With this audiovisual outdoor projection, Daems van Remoortere invite the audience to shift their focus from the earthly horizon into the dark and to rethink our relation with natural forces, our urge to define and classify all and everything in order to understand something much larger than ourselves, as well as our definition of what we call ‘home’.

'Ballooning a House' is a co-production of De Studio (Antwerp), de Warande (Turnhout), Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond (Amsterdam) & Berserk Art Agency.
Photo: Daems van Remoortere