Drawings are stained by blue, a photograph attempts to depict the inception of the drawings - and memory itself.
Chloë Delanghe presents new work in The Living Room Antwerp from a series of photographs and cyanotypes.
Chloë Delanghe (°1991, Oostende) lives and works in Brussels.
Recent screenings and exhibitions include WIELS Projectroom, Brussels (Minnebrieven 2016); SMAK Gent (Coming People, 2016); CINEMATEK, Brussels (Seeing in the Dark, 2016); Greylight Projects, Brussels (A Cozy Mystery With Bite, 2015, curated by Niels Poiz & Astrid Mingels), InBetween Gallery, Paris (Horror Formalism, 2015), Courtisane Festival, Ghent (Notes on Cinema, 2015); and Beursschouwburg, Brussels (An Evening with Auguste Orts #10, 2015). Her first book, titled Reasons to Be Cheerful, was published in 2016 by WIELS and Motto Books. She has participated in the residency programmes of WIELS (Brussels 2015) and Flacc Workplace (Genk 2017) and is currently part of the residency program at STRT Kit Antwerp.
STRT-Kit is an international development year-program for visual artists based in Antwerp by Studio Start in collaboration between AIR Antwerpen, HART, Kunsthal Extra City and with the financial support from Stad Antwerpen and the Flemish Community. STRT-Kit 2018: Jeroen Bocken, Céline Mathieu, Ans Mertens, Puck Vonk, Chloë Delanghe.
1 august 2018, 17 - 21 h
Wednesday evening in The Living Room
with Chloë Delanghe (STRT-Kit)
presenting 'specks of blue’