Joëlle Tuerlinckx: WORLD[K] IN PROGRESS?
EXHIBITION 09.06 – 29.09.13
The artistic vocabulary of Belgian artist Joëlle Tuerlinckx (born in 1958) cites the conventions of how archive material is usually presented – Tuerlinckx combines drawing and found objects, paper, display cases, newspapers, photography collage, and sculptural arrangements. A central question around which these arrangements revolve, is: What is left of the twentieth century and what conventions are we using to present our knowledge? This question stretches out and asks for the consistency of time: Isn't time much more elastic than it is linear? Are we able to perceive temporal layers simultaneously, both, past and present? What do we comprehend as the real world or the parallel world? What do we see as original and what as imitation? And are there things that slip our mind and escape our perception? For her first major appearance in a German institution, Tuerlinckx reactivates her early works, adds elements to them, and creates new constellations.
The exhibition was organized by Haus der Kunst, Munich,
in cooperation with Wiels, Brussels, and Arnolfini, Bristol.
Friendly supported by Kunsten en Erfgoed, Arts and Heritage, Brussels
Stretch your view
Stretch your view
Video on the exhibition "WORLD[K] IN PROGRESS?"
Introduction to the exhibition "Joëlle Tuerlinckx: WORLD[K] IN PROGRESS?" by curator Julienne Lorz. MORE
Joëlle Tuerlinckx: LEXICON (Glossary)
The LEXICON (Glossary) by Joëlle Tuerlinckx explains her works, as well as many terms associated with them. MORE
Julienne Lorz: Joëlle Tuerlinckx and the Exhibition
In her essay, curator Julienne Lorz explores the working methods of the Belgian conceptual artist Joëlle Tuerlinckx, whose exhibitions can be seen as a medium in itself. MORE