You are cordially invited to attend the transportation of the egg of Kasper De Vos, as a part of the installation "The Egg Terror in the Manufactory” and “Factory”, both on view at the exhibition Mad Meg: rebellion – provocation – despair – feminism.
This installation shows the production process of egg-shaped sculptures created according to certain operations and pseudo-traditional methods. Using the stucco technique to turn plaster objects, this “atelier” shows us how the sculptures are “fabricated”. When an egg shape is ready, it is transported to the Antwerp Art Pavilion, where it will fit perfectly in an enlarged egg carton. Then, the sculptures are ready for consumption.
De Vos responds to the “egg shapes” from the painting Dulle Griet. He touches on the mercantile nature of the oeuvre of Bruegel, who, together with his sons, copied and manufactured his prints “battery cage-wise” in order to meet the demand.
Thursday October 24th
Saturday November 2nd
Saturday November 16th
Saturday November 30th
Starting at 2pm: disassembly of the egg at LLS Paleis, Paleisstraat 140, 2018 Antwerp.
Afterwards, start of the walk from LLS Paleis to Antwerp Art Pavilion, Hanzestedenplaats 15, 2000 Antwerp.
The egg-transportations are part of the exhibition "Mad Meg: rebellion – provocation – despair – feminism" freely accessible until December 8th 2019 at the following locations:
- LLS Paleis, Paleisstraat 140, 2018 Antwerp
- Maagdenhuis, Lange Gasthuisstraat 33, 2000 Antwerp
- Antwerp Art Pavilion, Hanzestedenplaats 15, 2000 Antwerp
Thu-Sun 2pm-6pm, Maagdenhuis 1pm-5pm
Artists: Kasper De Vos