NOT MAKING SENSE AS SOMETHING ELSE

Not Making Sense As Something Else is the title for the 2015 series of six exhibitions featuring Bram de Jonghe, Dan Walwin, Bas Van Den Hurk & Hans Demeulenaere, Claudia Pagès & Ulijona Odišarija, Roderick Hietbrink and Kasper Bosmans. The series focuses on the search for and on the analysis of apparent truths and assumptions, the wonder about this and the (im)possibility of the mental world with it. Each of the selected artists has a very own method linked to specific research areas, and from there to a surreal, absurd or poetic imagination of that world. Not Making Sense As Something Else is reflected upon by Freek Lomme (moderator) and Marnie Slater (writer).

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Kasper Bosmans

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Kasper Bosmans
Little Cherry Virus
Not Making Sense As Something Else VI
22 Nov – 20 Dec 2015

Thu-Sun 14-18 hrs

Opening: 21 Nov 2015, 20 – 24 hrs

Ouragans Never Come Alone
An event by Nico Dockx & Kasper Bosmans
November 2015 version
29 November, 17.30 hrs
part of Amsterdam Art Weekend

For his exhibition Little Cherry Virus, artist Kasper Bosmans (Belgium, 1990) draws from a multitude of sources, the first one giving the project its title. Each strand of investigation is incorporated within Bosman’s unique visual language and translated into paintings and sculptural ensembles.

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Roderick Hietbrink

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Roderick Hietbrink
Roaming Organs
Not Making Sense As Something Else V
11.10 – 8.11.2015

Thu-Sun 14-18 hrs

Opening: 10.10.2015, 20-24 hrs

“I like to think about what was there before I was here, strange animals and stones that run after each other. But then I also get a bit sad when I think about that we are all going to die. But then it is nice weather outside and then I like to play in the forest. Then I forget it a little bit. When I think back I have nice memories, but I don’t know what will happen tomorrow. Maybe I will fall in love with something. Or someone, that can also happen. Don’t be stupid, no one falls in love with a thing. But why not? I am also a thing. 

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