Program 2018
26 May – 23 September
In 2018 Lustwarande presents the following program:
Hybrids, an exhibition that focusses on a generation of artists, often labeled as post-internet, which develops an artistic vocabulary with a very hybrid character, and
Brief Encounters ’18, moments of event sculptures taking place on two afternoons, in May and in September.
Scheduled for September is the publication Sculpture in the Anthropocene (working title), which fully documents and contextualizes the exhibitions Luster (2016), Disruption (2017) and Hybrids.
Lustwarande is supported by the Mondriaan Fund,
the province of Noord-Brabant and the city of Tilburg.
Lustwarande appreciates your support.

Lee Mingwei – Guernica in sand (2012-2016)

Brief Encounters ’18
26 May & 8 September
On May 26 the season kicks off with the first part of
Brief Encounters ’18.
Under the title Brief Encounters a number of event sculptures, forms of sculpture which are limited in time, will be presented every year. The duration of a work may vary from a few minutes to several months. This focus on event sculpture stems from the increasing interest in this form of time based art.
On 26 May Brief Encounters ’18 will present event sculptures by Lee Mingwei (TW), Shana Moulton (US) and by Nick Steur (NL).
The works by Lee and Moulton will only be present for one day, that of Steur may remain on view for one month.
Brief Encounters ’18 appreciates your support.

Shana Moulton – Every Angle has an Angel (still, 2016)

23 June – 23 September
Hybrids focusses on a generation of young artists, who develop bodies of work, in which sculpture is only one of the media that are used. These artists, often labeled as post-internet, take our global, digital, and image-saturated world as a starting point for their work. This results in a vocabulary that is strikingly hybrid in character.
Hybrids will present new works by Neïl Beloufa (FR), Giulia Cenci (IT), Simon Denny (NZ), Oliver Laric (AU), Sarah Pichlkostner (AU), Timur Si-Qin (DE), Evita Vasiljeva (LV), Anne de Vries (NL), Raphaela Vogel (DE) and Dan Walwin (GB).
Curators: Chris Driessen & David Jablonowski
Hybrids appreciates your support.

Timur Si-Qin – Recent Horizons (2015)