- Wednesday, May 19, 2021
- Sunday, November 14, 2021
- Avenue Willy Brandt, 59000 Lille
The exhibition Colors, etc. in Tripostal, Lille focuses on experiencing colors. It will tickle all our senses and visitors will be invited to explore, feel, feel, hear, colour through a series of immersive installations. Can you feel a colour, can you smell a colour, can you hear a colour … ? To these kind of questions you can find answer visiting the Colors, etc. exhibition.
Several artists and designers are invited to create an installation in situ, all focussed on different aspects of colour; light & colour, sound & colour, psyche & colour, …
A part of the exhibiton is in collaboration with the Design Museum Gent. In the Kleureyck exhibition, the point of departure was the Jan van Eyck’s skilful use of colour, which is fully revealed in all its glory during the restoration of the Ghent Altarpiece. Using oil paint and transparent, coloured glazes, van Eyck was able to achieve an innovative variety of colour nuances, clarity and saturation in his paintings. His inspiring use of colour is the starting point for a selection of national and international designers. They all share an affinity with ‘colour’.
Curator: Siegrid Demyttenaere
icw Sofie Lachaert for the Pigment Walk
In partnership with the Design Museum Gent
With : Alissa+Nienke, Atelier NL, Dawn Bendick, Leonardo Betti, Lynne Brouwer, Caroline Cotto, Simone Doesburg, Patricia Dominguez, Foam Studio, Navine G. Khan Dossos, Nienke Hoogvliet, Hella Jongerius, Anish Kapoor, Asif Khan, Fernando Laposse, Color LB / School of Arts KASK, Georg Lendorff, Lucas Maassen, Studio Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters, Christien Meindertsma, Mischler’Traxler, Jordan Söderberg Mills, Penique Productions, Pinaffo Pluvinage, Klaas Rommelaere, Kevin Rouff, Judith Seng, Six n Five, Wang & Soderstrom, Studio Thusthat, Tabulatopia (De Onkruideniers, Ce?line Pelce?, Marente Van der Valk), Thomas Trum, Nick Verstand, Henrik Vibskov, Brendi Wedinger, Liz West, Zeitguised… and more than 100 designers on the “Pigment Walk”.