Nikolaus Gansterer was in residency in september 2010 and came back to Ghent in March 2011 to present the project 'Traces of Spaces' at Arts Centre Vooruit's festival 'the games is up!' . It was presented in the form of an archive of drawings and mapping stations and three mapping stations in the city. A set of drawings and mapping stations of the ‘Traces of Spaces archive’ is part of the timelab Collection.
Report residency Juliana Borinski: november 2010-january 2011
Surfaces of Plateau, a 1001 pictures
The residency of Juliana had a long running up period. In june 2009 she was one of the participants of Summercamp Electrified, the annual intense tenday encounter between 12 local and international artists, organized by timelab (in collaboration with Vooruit Arts Centre/transdigital).
Juliana Borinski has a thing about images. That’s what she’s trained for. She has a thing about movement. That’s what her images aim to show. She has a thing about media. That’s what images and movement are made with. She uses media not – as is most often the case – to capture images, but – she is after all an artist – to set them free. She is interested in the way media move; the way they try to escape the label that attaches to them.
The German / Brazilian artist Juliana Borinski in residence at timelab from September 15 to December 15. Juliana was one of the participants in Summer Camp Electrified 2009. She has a total fascination for film in its purest and most elementary form.
In the frame of her residency at timelab from november 2010 till january 2011 Juliana Borinski made a numbered series of photograms (part of a large series, ‘Surfaces of Plateau, a 1001 pictures’). A set of three is part of the timelab Collection.
More about Juliana's residency and the other work she produced: