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Residencies '19

Lodewijk Heylen

The highway is a canvas, a surface covered with subtle or not so subtle witnesses of unforeseen events. Black lines every several metres. Sometimes they divert, sometimes they go straight ahead. They are traces of inattentive moments, of unexpected manoeuvres. They negate what the highway vouches for: an uninterrupted, unhindered path that provides high-speed and low-concentration passage between our destinations.

Impromptu: E34/KM14 was realised during a three-week residency at the Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium, and is the result of an intensive research of brake-marks on the highway. e work was made using traditional and digital techniques and was silkscreen printed on the floor at Lokaal01, Antwerp.

General Residency
06.10.2014 - 24.10.2014

 

Impromptu E34KM14 (part2)

Impromptu E34, KM14 (part9x10)

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