Edith Dekyndt

Ombre Indigène

Description
For the past twenty years, Edith Dekyndt has been redefining the interdependence of the artwork and its exhibition context by relocating her work's experiments in a more extended spatiality and temporality—that of the world's ecosystem. This catalog offers a selective approach of her work on the occasion of a joint exhibition at Le Consortium and Wiels.
The work of Edith Dekyndt is characterized by minimal forms that play with the conditions and limits of perception, it questions issues that have become essential, such as man's relation to nature.
Her experiments aim to highlight the energies that animate the world, associating science and magic, technique and intuition. Shows at Le Consortium in Dijon and at Wiels in Brussels will include works created with substances, organisms and phenomena that can be found in their proximity. These two exhibitions do not include any identical work, and their organisation follows different directions, thus denying the “free exchange” rule of the travelling exhibition often at work in artistic events. Dekyndt has designed and created similar – but not identical –ensembles of works for these two exhibitions, following parallel structures and narrations, and thus rejecting in a subtle way the attraction of the principle of mechanical repetition.
 
Published on the occasion of the eponymous double exhibition at Le Consortium, Dijon, from October 30, 2015, to January 24, 2016, and at WIELS, Brussels, from February 5 to April 24, 2016.
 
Edited by Edith Dekyndt.
Foreword by Xavier Douroux and Dirk Snauwaert, texts by Florence Meyssonnier, Gretchen Wagner, Kitty Scott, Jane Bennett, Anne Pontégnie.

Graphic design: Casier / Fieuws.
published in February 2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
19 x 25 cm (hardcover)
184 pages (color & b/w ill.)
ISBN: 978-2-84066-848-0
EAN: 9782840668480

30.00 €

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