019 — Museum Of Moving Practice IV
For the last time this summer, the collective 019 — who are currently occupying a wing of Design Museum Gent — will open their doors for their 4th exhibition in the 019 — Museum Of Moving Practice series. For this exhibition they invited artist Michiel De Cleene to produce a new billboard and to present the continuation of his project Reference Guide which was for a first time on view at 019 exactly one year ago. Next to the work of Michiel, artist in residence Filip Dujardin will show a new version of the installation Accumulation d’Époque. Filmmakers Julie Pfleiderer and Miriam Rohde together with architecture offices ae_Architecten, Douma, Perneel Osten & Samenwerk present the movie Actual Size Real Time #1 Partial Views. The works of Quenton Miller that were installed on the roofs for the previous exhibition will stay up until the end of this show. So, don’t forget to climb the tower. New Zealand artist Ilke Gers will write the alphabet on the street in front of the museum using a line marker as art in a series of works investigating road marking and signage systems. Quenton Miller and Ilke Gers also teamed up under the name Action. Together they have been interviewing the museum’s staff for the last couple of weeks resulting in Museum Dreams: a newspaper reporting on the dreams of Design Museum Gent’s staff. Nocturnal dreams, day dreams and imaginary events from all departments of the museum create a picture of the institution as a collective imaginary space. The project finishes with the work Before Disappearing by Nicolás Lamas.
This expo is part of 019’s Museum of Moving Practice