I THINK THIS TOO SHALL PASS
Opening: 15 February 2013
Lecture by Chloé Dierckx: 20H00
Other Dates: 16/17 February 2013
Robbert & Frank / Frank & Robbert
Jan Op de Beeck
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Liam Gillick: I am so low on nicotine, my brain is...
Miwon Kwon: More generally, you mean that art is not a bad place.
Liam Gillick: (...) It is actually a strange coming together. It’s bit like when two soldiers come around the corner and find each other face to face and decide not
to shoot, not kill each other. They think ‘Oops’, and go back the other way. They find themselves in this psychological and physical terrain of proximity that they never expected. That’s how it’s supposed to be. They didn’t train to bump into each other like you might bump into someone in the supermarket, so they disengage briefly from their roles and return back to their proper position. This happens, of course. It’s very common. It is accounted for in a lot of historical texts – this kind of chance encounter with the enemy.
(Fragment from New York Conversations)
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