How does our memory influence the imaging of reality? – Bildraum, an installation by Charlotte Bouckaert & Steve Salembier

Charlotte Bouckaert & Steve Salembier

Bildraum


© Charlotte Bouckaert & Steve Salembier

performance

Friday 7 November 20:30 première
Saturday 8 November 20:30

How does our memory influence the imaging of reality? Charlotte Bouckaert and Steve Salembier fathom it out for you in the Bildraum installation performance.

In an interplay of scale models, sound and live photography a living cartoon comes into being that positions imagination, the past and surroundings in an ever-changing dimension.

Bildraum is an architectural stroll through empty ‘intermediate spaces’ where only objects suggest a bygone activity. Bildraum is not so much an assemblage of memories but a choreography of their tracks and carriers that localizes our memory between image, space and audience. Like thumbing through a photo album of memories which have not yet taken place.

Charlotte Bouckaert, a visual artist by training, took her first steps on stage at the Beursschouwburg. In her theatrical work she examines the cornerstones of photography. For her latest creation she collaborates with architect Steve Salembier.

Language no problem
BE, 2014, 55min.

From and with: Charlotte Bouckaert & Steve Salembier
Sound: Duncan Speakman
Dramaturgy: Marnix Rummens
Production: Pianofabriek Kunstenwerkplaats
With the support of: Beursschouwburg and WPZimmer

http://www.charlottebouckaert.com

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