Group-exhibition with Neal Beggs, Nicolas Bourthoumieux, Marc Buchy, Mark Geffriaud & Géraldine Longueville, Jakub Geltner, Marco Godinho, Mishka Henner, Douglas Huebler, Pierre-Philippe Hofmann, Julien Levesque & Albertine Meunier, Jonathan Monk, Dennis Oppenheim, Jon Rafman, Ed Ruscha, Joachim Schmid, Kris Van Dessel, Clement Valla, Robert Smithson & Nancy Holt, UVA, ... and others.
'The major sculptural innovation of the 60’s is the horizontal viewpoint opened to a traditionally vertical art form, a fact that finally distinguishes sculpture from most architecture and, except for the linear, perspective depth implied, from painting. Vertical alignment is anthropomorphic, immediate, but static; the horizontal incorporates time, distance, and is experienced, and measured, kinaesthetically. This is a logical result of the jet age. Floor sculpture is seen from an aerial viewpoint. Man sees everything differently once he has flown.’ _ From: Introduction to ‘557.087’, Lucy R. Lippard.
Realised with the support of the National Lottery, the Communaute Francaise and Duvel Moortgat.