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Friday 05.04.2019

Vernissage of Chloé Op de Beeck at IKOB - Museum of Contemporary Art


Chloé Op de Beeck, Trees from Eupen, Photography, Dimensions variable, 2018, © the artist

AND THEN WE TAKE IT FROM HERE
Chloé Op de Beeck
http://ikob.be/en/exhibitions/chloe-op-de-beeck

Info

10.04.–16.06.2019 Opening Hours Wednesday through Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays

Contact

info@ikob.be
Chloé Op de Beeck
+32087560110
+32087560110

Address

http://ikob.be/en/exhibitions/chloe-op-de-beeck
IKOB - Museum of Contemporary Art
Rotenberg 12b
4700 Eupen
Belgium

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Opening: 07.04.2019, 17:00

Chloé Op de Beeck seeks to give the trivial moments of everyday life special attention, using film, photography and (found) objects in an installative way. An ambiguity between objectivity and subjectivity emerges from her work, a tension between distance, intimacy and sensuality.

The moments and situations she captures seem to be played in a permanent loop; as on a theater stage, the characters follow the predefined trajectories in carefully thought out settings. Yet these are the real and mundane situations of waiting, silence and non-activity, observed and filmed by the artist.

In her approach to the museum as a playful workplace, Chloé will assemble at IKOB a constellation of captured fragments and objects, creating a place in which her videos interact with the space, and the viewer moving through the space, becomes part of a scenography.