VAN EYCK
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Exhibition

05.02

(RE)TREATMENT

(RE)TREATMENT

The impulses of everyday life are abundant and often weighty, their effect on our sensory systems poignant. To re-establish a connection with ourselves as physical beings as well as our receptivity to the world around us, Van Eyck participant Meri Linna presents a treatment in two parts.

A first setting void of light deprives our visual senses the opportunity to determine our presence, allowing for a different notion of (social) space and time. In the other room – in collaboration with Swedish artist Karin Auran Frankenstein - the stimulation of the senses is offered ceremoniously through the materiality of clay. This (re)treatment unleashes new sensory possibilities to grasp the reality around us. 

Book a clay treatment between 22-26 February: +31 6 38 720 220 or: merenlinna@gmail.com 
Free of Charge

You can also book the retratment room for a special occasion: +31 6 38 720 220 or: merenlinna@gmail.com 
Free of Charge

SPECIAL EVENT
POETRY READING EMMA CREBOLDER
19 FEBRUARY
12:00
RETREATMENT ROOM
As part of the (Re)treatment exhibition, poet Emma Crebolder will hold a poetry reading in the pitch dark space of the Retreatment Room on Friday 19 February at 12:00.
You are welcome to join, but due to space limitations, please make a reservation by sending an email to the artist: merenlinna@gmail.com

Exhibition:

06.02  - 26.02.2016
Mon to Fri 9:00 – 18:00

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