Keep track of Joëlle Tuerlinckx
Tuerlinckx’ work is shown in the group exhibit “JRSLM — Paradise Lost Again” in the mark of the 50 anniversary of the VUB , curated by Hans Wolf
The more we progress through a still young 21st century, the more we become aware of a huge paradox that the 20th century was unable to resolve: on the one hand our societies became almost unbearably rational, with codes and checks, goals and threats as a daily burden, whereas the news are filled day after day with messages of religious pressure and intolerance, with conflicts conducted in the name of all kinds of beliefs and religions; the last brand being populism and fake news.
JRSLM tries to investigate why that is the case.
The bottom-line is, that all the knowledge available on our campus brought together, will never be enough to determine what will make a human being truly free, and strong enough to face those challenges. It might well be, that in order to understand how individual freedom works, we need notions of mysticism that unavoidably come with a bright and a dark side as it always has been, and the key might well be not seeking to control it all …
With the artworks of:
Anni ALBERS, Francis ALŸS, Younes BABA-ALI, William BLAKE, Michaël BORREMANS, Dirk BRAECKMAN, Marcel BROODTHAERS, Richard BUCKMINSTER-FULLER, Raffaella CRISPINO, Marlies DE CLERCK, Thierry DE CORDIER, Wouter DE CORTE, Lars DE LAET, Honoré d’O, Niels DE TEMMERMAN, James ENSOR, Kendell GEERS, D.W. GRIFITTH, Kati HECK, Ariane LOZE, Shirin NESHAT, Ria PACQUÉE, José PATRÍCIO, Léonard PONGO, Odilon REDON, Géraldine TOBE M., Alys TOMLINSON, Joëlle TUERLINCKX, Gustave VAN DE WOESTYNE, Rinus VAN DE VELDE & Kris VERDONCK.
more info: https://www.vub.be/events/2019/expo-jrslm
(different locations: Pilar (VUB), the Braem building (VUB) and SeeU – USquare.