Dutch: ‘360° Landschap’
2008 – 2010
Ulrike Heydenreich, Anouk De Clercq, Kahn & Selesnick, Wouter Bongaerts, Koen van den Broek, Gauthier Hubert, Wilfried Genard, Karen Vermeren, Lucas Jodogne en Gordon-Matta Clark, Paul M. Smith, Thomas Laureyssens, Christoph Fink, Orla Barry, Jan Kempenaers, Eelco Brand and Röyksopp
How do you look at the world around you? Do you look with a magnifying glass at the smallest detail or, like a swallow flying across the landscape, do you zoom in and zoom out?
‘360° Landscape’ makes you think about the different dimensions of landscape and space, about the natural beauty and poetic power of an unspoiled landscape. It makes you think about the vulnerability of a landscape and the weakening connection between it and our rapidly urbanising world, the global village where space has become a luxury and the boundary between the real and the virtual is blurred. Of course, landscapes also possess imagined dimensions and inspire unlimited dreaming …
Landscape has been an important genre in art for centuries. Even in contemporary art we see a renewed interest in this theme. ‘360° Landscape’ is a production that examines existing landscapes, creates new ones and reinvents the old.