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Raf Buedts

Raf Buedts

lino-cut, 32 x 20cm, 20 ex

price 60 EUR

 

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Ciel Grommen & Maximiliaan Royakkers
Verwarmde aarde, verstoorde grond

Ciel Grommen & Maximiliaan Royakkers
Verwarmde aarde, verstoorde grond

30 unique copies (+ 10 AP), 2018
clay produced by the artists from locally-gained minestone (sand, water, coal residue), recycled textile pouch

price: 275 EUR
CIAP members: 255 EUR

 

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The edition departs from the idea of a chaffeuse — a household item used to warm up one’s bed. After being heated up in an oven, the edition can be wrapped up in the pouch and held close to the body to transmit heat. The coal residue present in the bricks accelerates the baking process and accounts for the unique texture of the ceramics. Each piece is unique —  if you would like to choose your brick personally, you are welcome to make an appointment and visit us at C-mine.

 

Sasha Litvintseva & Beny Wagner
All Thoughts Fly

Sasha Litvintseva & Beny Wagner
All Thoughts Fly

 

price: 16 EUR

CIAP members: 12 EUR

language: English

 

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The publications will be available for shipment by the end of April.

 

All Thoughts Fly: Monster, Taxonomy, Film is a narrative assemblage of prose and image. At once historical, theoretical and personal, the book continues the authors’ inquiry into the curious presence of taxonomies of monsters at the heart of Early Modern European science. The word ‘monster’ comes from the Latin ‘monstrare’, meaning ‘to show’, ‘to demonstrate’, ‘to reveal’. Picking up on this etymology, the authors explore monsters as prisms for modes of seeing and deciphering the natural world. When treated as perceptual apparatus, the monster also becomes a means of probing the medium of film and its relationship to indexicality, chance, corporeality, and metamorphosis.

 

This book extends a multimedia project the authors began with their film A Demonstration (2020). The film’s underlying modular formal structure is here reconfigured and brought into new relations specific to the book as a medium. The book is designed by Christophe Clarijs, co-produced by CIAP, and published by Sonic Acts – an interdisciplinary art organisation based in Amsterdam.

 

 

 

 

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