Résidences, mini-show, expositions collective, événement spontané et une plate-forme d'échange dans un espace extérieur situé dans le centre d'Athènes.
Nine And A Half Weeks
Elaine Levy Project is pleased to announce Nine and a Half Weeks, a series of weekly projects that will start on October 31st, 2009 and take place till the end of January 2010.
During almost three months, from November till January, Elaine Levy Project is taking a break and leaving space to Nine And A Half Weeks, a test project on the edge of the usual gallery functioning.
The dull context of the art market encouraged us to propose a playful and free reinterpretation of the gallery space. Thus Nine and has Half Weeks will propose little experimental forms out of the commercial constraints and which will address a wider public than usual.
Most of the projects will be open construction sites and thought as such, or at least they will offer a range of devices to activate the space. The audience will be invited according to constantly renewed modalities, and the artists will invest the workspace as they want.
Nine and has Half Weeks is thought to be a place not only dedicated to the spectator, but also as a work and research space...
Finally the title is a funny reference, first of all to the duration of this programming, but is besides an invitation for new improvised experiments in our small kitchen, by means of everyday cheap objects.
a project hosted by Elaine Lévy & Florent Delval
This week :
23/12 > 31/12 : TIMETATION / Sarah Fauguet + Élodie Huet
+ Stéphanie Lefebvre + Caroline Pradal
Elaine Levy Project rue Fourmois, 9 1050 Bruxelles Belgique Tél: +32 . 025347772 www.elainelevyproject.com · email@example.com
Tôle aluminium, rail aluminium, argile, colle acétate polivinyle, peinture carrosserie Sherwood Green Mica Jaguar 1987-90 (300x200) - 2007
"Our constructions transform space, turning interior and exterior boundaries inside out and toying with the perception of a subjective reality. They demand visitors’ active participation, putting them into the position of being an explorer. These environments break down visual and intellectual habits, testing the explorers and obliging them to trust in their senses. Often compared to cocoons or burrows, these installations harbour striking powers. They provoke ambiguous emotional reactions in visitors, like dreams which mingle curiosity, surprise and discomfort." The chapuisat.
Picture : Destruction créatrice
Wartesaal. Perla-Mode. Zürich 2008