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NEWSLETTER #25 - 2016
12 October - 11 December 2016 @ STUK, Leuven

In MOVING IMAGE EXPO, we are delighted to present the work of visual artist Emre Hüner. In his drawings, sculptures, installations and video works, Hüner explores the subjects of post-humanism and object-oriented ontology, utopia and archaeology, and ideas of time and materiality.
12 October 2016 at 19.00 

Neochronophobiq - a conjunction of neo, chronophobia (fear of time) and ubiquitous - creates a fictional realm, almost an extra dimension, where the simultaneous desire for progress and absence of new technologies merge. Artefacts and rituals, architectural entities, unidentifiable topographies and the materiality of geological temporality play the lead roles in this peculiar work. 

produced by Emre Hüner, Platform 0090 and Mathaf, supported by SAHA 

© Neochronophobiq, 3-ch HD video, 38 min. , 2015. (single screen still from video)

COUP DE VILLE / Leyla Aydoslu
09 September - 09 October 2016 @ Huis Jan Buytaert, St Niklaas

Every three years, contemporary art platform WARP immerses the city of Sint-Niklaas in highly topical art by organising the ‘Coup de Ville’ arts exhibition. 

This year Platform 0090 artist Leula Aydoslu is participating with an in situ installation in the garden of the main location, Huis Jan Buytaert.
Artists: Michaël Aerts /Katja Aufleger /Leyla Aydoslu /Amadeo Azar /Younes Baba-Ali /Tim Baute/Clare Benson /Ignace Cami /Anton Cotteleer /Sylvie De Meerleer /Paul De Vylder /Ella de Búrca /Karin Ferrari /Buntu Fihla /Joris Ghekiere /Wannes Goetschalckx /Wieteke Heldens /Žiga Kariž /Fatou Kandé Senghor Catriona Leahy /Dana Levy /Sanjeev Maharjan /Erik Nerinckx (BE)/Mairead O’ hEocha /Joris Perdieus /Stefan Peters /Bart Prinsen /Rashanna Rashied-Walker (US)/Maria Tsagkari /Katerina Undo /Jonas Vansteenkiste /Niko Van Stichel /Simón Vega /Wim Wauman /Chantal Yzermans /Dirk Zoete

28 August – 2 October 2016 @ Castle d'Aspremont-Lynden, Oud-Rekem

Platform 0090
was mainproducer of the film Desire Lines/Tarot & Chess of Ergin Cavusoglu that now can bee seen in the exhibition "Do Boomerangs Always Come Back”?

The boomerang is a swinging metaphor on the relationship between art, the artist and the audience. Is it the artist who throws a boomerang at the viewer with his werk? Does the work cast - once moulded and thrown - its brutal existence in the face of the creator? Does the viewer hurl his or her questions back at the object? Or is it all this - and much more? A universe of actions and reactions: confusing, mad, enlightening, engrossing and rebellious, nihilistic and all-embracing, dead silent and deafening?

ARTISTS: Atousa Bandeh, Melanie Bonajo, Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács, Ergin Cavusoglu, Tony Cragg, David Czupryn, Ella De Burca, Paul Drissen, Elias Ghekiere, Gluklya, Hetty Huisman, Nikita Kadan, Ola Lanko, Oleg Matrokhin, Milena Milosavljevic, Hilde Overbergh, Hyesoo Park, Stefan Peters, Miguel Angel Rios, Stéphanie Saadé, Lydia Schouten, Hanne Van Dyck, Stephen Willats, Gaston Wuestenbergs

© Ergin Cavusoglu
Leyla Aydoslu / NOWBELGIUMNOW: from 03 September - 16 October 2016 @ LLS 387
Adrien Tirtiaux / TRACING THE FUTURE: from 30 September - 20 November 2016 @ M.M Museum, Leuven

Thomas Ryckewaert / GOLEM: 09-10 December 2016, de Singel and 14 December 2016, Vooruit

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