Thu 22.11.18
Thu 29.11.18

'Drawn in Time' & 'Götterdammerung' at CIVA

Studio Anatomy, the KU Leuven Faculty of Architecture, and nadine warmly invite you for the opening of two exhibitions - 'Drawn in Time' and 'Götterdammerung. A Moratorium on being.human.body.architecture.’.
The exhibitions will run from 22 to 29 November 2018 at CIVA (Rue de L’Ermitage 55 Kluisstraat, 1050 Brussels), and can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday (10:30-18:30). Free entrance.
Drawn in time
22-29/11 2018
This exhibition brings together artworks of four artists - Jesse Cremers, Sara ten Westenend, Shervin Kianersi Haghighi, Various Artists - who deal with the act of drawing connected to time.  
Drawn in Time offers insight into the process and the exploration of drawing as well as an experience of time in different ways. The results exhibited are all part of ongoing research projects, and are brought together to create a new context for interpretation as possible results of wandering along a limit. (more info)
Götterdammerung. A Moratorium on being.human.body.architecture.
22-29/11 2018
This exhibition brings together works of the master students of the Studio Anatomy assignment of 2018. 
Studio Anatomy is a master studio at KULeuven Faculty of Architecture campus Sint-Lucas Ghent initiated by Jo Van den Berghe and Mira Sanders.
Studio Anatomy traces socio-historical layers, starting from the topography (geology, the vertical section) and stretching as far as the full scale architectural (constructive) detail (the section, again), incorporating construction in the design-research process from the very beginning. Doing so, Studio Anatomy covers the full stretch from poetics to technics in architecture.
By means of wandering along limits (historical, constructive, political, cultural, …), points of (p)reference in the architectural topography of the Museumsinsel have to be identified and located. The plans and observations of Roma by Nolli (1748) and Piranesi (ca. 1774), as well as Roma Interrotta, are the main references of this assignment. Isn’t Berlin another interrupted city?
with Thomas Balduyck, Louise Bivort, Marijke Wellens, Karolina Buresova, Ivona Uherkova, Sam Geldof, Dita Petranova, Dorine Van der Bank, Lisbeth Decloedt, Julie Hilderson, Laura De Meyer, Juliet Plasschaert, Marta Roza Zak, Martin Kunc, Matthis Adam, Wiese De Cooman, Lore Delputte, Charlotte Peters, Tigone Priem
The opening of the exhibitions takes place on Thursday 22 November from 17:00 to 21:30 at CIVA and is accompanied by an introduction to the Studio Anatomy research group and a book presentation of 'The Matrix Project' by Thierry Lagrange.
17:00 Welcome and introduction by Loes Jacobs, coordinator of WAB
17:15 Introduction to the exhibition of Studio Anatomy and the research group 'The Drawing and the Space' by Jo Van den Berghe & Mira Sanders, KU Leuven Department of Architecture
17:45 Book presentation 'The Matrix Project' by Thierry Lagrange, member of the research group 'The Drawing and The Space', published by AraMer.
18:30 Opening of the exhibitions
21:30 Closure