To coincide with the welcome return of Art Brussels, ZEIT pops up in the capital with ‘see me / feel me / touch me’, a show in collaboration with the Brussels-based communication agency indiandribble. We present three young artists dear to the gallery who have each adopted some very specific mediums to work with.
Nienke Baeckelandt was one of the guests of honour in our recent ‘fade away / radiate’ exhibition. Using nearly invisible materials such as glass, ice and spray paint, her work is very much about appearing and disappearing. Her latest creations in epoxy are no exception to that rule.
Filip Collin has proved before that he knows how to utilize plexiglass and neon for maximum effect. In Brussels he presents new pieces in which he combines these two exciting materials in spectacular light boxes.
Jef Meyer is best known for his works in concrete. In this show he brings recent creations, brutal in appearance yet uncanny in their illusive softness. The substance breaths solidity and strength but still reveals its underlying brittle nature.
You will find ZEIT on the ground floor of Le Saillant de l’Yser, the beautiful art deco apartment building opposite KANAL – Centre Pompidou on square Sainctelette, just a short walk from the Tour & Taxis site.
We’re open from Thursday 28 April to Sunday 1 May from 2 to 7pm and on appointment at other times until 21 May. Make sure to stop by if you’re in Brussels!
ZEIT off-site, square Sainctelette 5, 1000 Brussels
28 April - 22 May 2022
28 April to 1 May, 2 - 7 pm
2 May to 22 May, on appointment
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Artists: Nienke Baeckelandt, Filip Collin, Jef Meyer, Fiona Koene