Patterns for (Re)cognition – 12.02.2015 – 25.05.2015 – Kunsthalle Basel
Tue / Wed / Fri 11am–6pm
Sat / Sun 11am–5pm
“Sampling the Man of Memory“ is in Room 4 and has been created in close collaboration w Vincent Meessen.
Technical specification: sound installation; media players, 2 NAGRA loudspeakers, 4 NAGRA III tape recorders, magnetic tape; 12 stools, melamine on MDF, wood; each stool 42 • 50 • 50 cm [NAGRAs: Philippe Vandendriessche, Brussels – Courtesy Vincent Meessen, Aurélie Nyirabikali Lierman]
Us one week ago…
Getting ready, one day before the vernissage of Patterns for (Re)cognition.
if you click on the photo above you’ll get to see the making off and the vernissage pics.
photo Philippe Vandendriessche
At Kunsthalle Basel installing the new sound sculpture “Sampling the Man of Memory” with Vincent Meessen and Philippe Vandendriessche for Patterns for (Re)cognition. Half an hour before the final touch and then we wrap up, ready for the vernissage tomorrow Feb 12th at 19h00.
Excited about the creation of “Sampling the Man of Memory” a brand new sound installation in close collaboration with Vincent Meessen for the exhibition ‘Patterns for (Re)-Cognition’.
Vernissage is on February 12th 2015 at 19h00 in Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland. The exhibition will be opened for the public from Feb 13th till May 25th 2015.
(photo Courtesy RMCA, Tervuren, BE)