'We only pass everything by like a transposition of air.'
(R.M. Rilke, The Duino Elegies)
AURÉLIE GRAVAS, FRANCIS DENYS, FRED MICHIELS, JOKE RAES,
LAURE FORÊT, MARIEKE VAN WUYTSWINKEL, NICK HULLEGIE
21/01 - 26/02/2017
BORGER #11 nocturne: Friday, January 27 | 18:00
Finissage : February 26 | 15:00
Open Friday - Sunday, 14:00 - 18:00
"Lovers, if Angels could understand them, might utter
strange things in the midnight air. For it seems that everything’s
trying to hide us. Look, the trees exist; the houses
we live in still stand where they were. We only
pass everything by like a transposition of air.
And all combines to suppress us, partly as shame,
perhaps, and partly as inexpressible hope."
R.M. Rilke, The Second Elegie. In: The Duino Elegies
(translated from German by J.B. Leishman and Stephen Spender).
Duineser Elegien, 1912 - 1923.
MARIEKE VAN WUYTSWINKEL
pictures by Christine Clinckx. Courtesy Eva Steynen.Deviation(s)