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BROUWN, STANLEY FRANÇOIS, MICHEL JANSSENS, ANN VERONICA KAWARA, ON PISTOLETTO, MICHELANGLO printed matter TUERLINCKX, JOELLE VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX, “Openstelling”, 1997 [invitation + leporello]

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX, invite “Openstelling”, 1997
10 x 15 cm / 71,3 x 15 cm (leporello unfold)
offset, 2 parts
published by Provinciaals Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Hasselt, Belgium
inv.JTue 000-pr
 

“Openstelling” is an exhibition based on a concept of Joëlle Tuerlinckx who invited or integrated the following artists:
Orla Barry
Stanley Brouwn
James Coleman
Tacita Dean
Daniel Faust
Christoph Fink
Michel François
Thibaut Halbardier & Philippe van Van Cutsem
Douglas Huebler
Ann-Veronica Janssens
On Kawara
Suchan Kinoshita
David Lamelas
Guy Mees
Bernard Piffaretti
Michaelangelo Pistoletto
Joëlle Tuerlinckx
Marijke van Warmerdam
Richard Venlet

The leporello is folded as issued.

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printed matter TUERLINCKX, JOELLE

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX, invitation card, 1999

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX, invitation card, 1999
11 x 15.8 cm
offset, one-sided print
published by Stella Lohaus Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium
inv.JTue 457-pr

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multiples TUERLINCKX, JOELLE

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX, X X, 1999 [le signe d’une croix ‘X’]

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX, X X, 1999
diameter 14,8 cm, 2 parts, felt pen on glass
signed, dated
sample number 1, certificate (27,5 x 21,5 cm) with instructions.
provenance: The Kersten van Steenbergen Collection and acquired from Stella Lohaus Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium

 

The work ‘X X’ is a series of glass discs that each time is produced on demand, or is for whatever reason by the artist. This sign of a cross “X” is drawn by hand with felt pen, made in duplo on two discs of glass and put on top of each other. This sample is the basis for reproduction of a series of unlimited pairs of discs and seen as such this piece is unique. For display Joëlle Tuerlinckx suggests in the accompanying certificate to use a furniture piece, a desk, a window sill, to hold it in one’s hand or to put it on a shelf. The two discs are shown on top of each other with the crosses not necessarily perfectly fitting, i.e. all positions are right. Right at the top of he certificate it is emphasized by Tuerlinckx that each cross is unique; ‘…considering the manual process of reproduction by hand’.

The work of Joëlle Tuerlinckx should be considered as Fundamental art. Through exhibition interventions she aims to demonstrate how the place in which things are seen shapes our perception of them. It incorporates projections, audio recordings, videos, drawings, collages, photographs, found and crafted objects, and her own writings. She says: ‘An exhibition is an experience of space that proposes action, or reaction, as a means of reflection, of thinking on our human condition…’.

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printed matter TUERLINCKX, JOELLE

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX, Audio and visual days, 2000 [invite-poster]

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX, Audio and visual days, 2000
42 x 29,7 cm
poster, digital print, folded as issued, original plastic envelope
published by Argos, Brussels, Belgium

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BROUWN, STANLEY FRANÇOIS, MICHEL JANSSENS, ANN VERONICA KAWARA, ON PISTOLETTO, MICHELANGLO printed matter TUERLINCKX, JOELLE VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

JOELLE TUERLINCKX, Dacht en Nacht Open 24/24 – Open Museum, 1997 [poster]

JOELLE TUERLINCKX, Dacht en Nacht Open 24/24 – Open Museum, 1997 (also known as “Openstelling”)
91,5 x 62 cm
double-sided poster designed by Joëlle Tuerlinckx
published by Provinciaal Museum, Hasselt, Belgium

“Openstelling” is an exhibition based on a concept of Joëlle Tuerlinckx who invited or integrated the following artists:
Orla Barry
Stanley Brouwn
James Coleman
Tacita Dean
Daniel Faust
Christoph Fink
Michel François
Thibaut Halbardier & Philippe van Van Cutsem
Douglas Huebler
Ann-Veronica Janssens
On Kawara
Suchan Kinoshita
David Lamelas
Guy Mees
Bernard Piffaretti
Michaelangelo Pistoletto
Joëlle Tuerlinckx
Marijke van Warmerdam
Richard Venlet