IN OTHER WORDS 2

January 22, 2016

The top floor of the old power station is an immense space with more than 260 windows. The artists of the Zandberg and my own students filled large sheets of Kozo paper with every kind of writing, mark, calligraphy and drawing. With these we created a black and white version of the Sainte Chapelle in Paris. The effect was incredible, as if you were entering into the collective brain of all the artists of the show. For the opening, we called on Jozefien Muylle, tea expert (www.beyourtea.eu) to perform a ceremony suited to the space and the occasion. Peter Jacquemyn, Sigrid Tanghe and I accompanied the ceremony with a performance of life impromptu music, projected calligraphy and watercolor painting. A magical event.

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