Devil's mask (with bunny ears), 17th-18th century



Smashing with a prehistoric stone tool

"Wearing a suit, Jimmie Durham sits behind a desk like a bureaucrat performing his duty: smashing things. In an orderly manner, a person goes in, delivers an object, Durham smashes it with a prehistoric stone tool - violently but impassively. He stamps and signs a piece of paper as receipt and gives it to the same person, who goes off-scene. The same order of events is repeated several times during 92 minutes. This video-performance was part of Durham’s teaching residency at Fondazione Antonio Ratti in Como, Italy, in 2004."

Source: http://ensembles.mhka.be/actors/jimmie-durham
Jimmie Durham & Maria Thereza Alves, 'Smashing', 2004
Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Michel Rein, Paris (Inv. no. AMVP 3253).


I love the word trouble

"I love the word trouble. It refers to everything that is not limpid, tidy. It’s a word that gets medicalised too often; a word used inappropriately by the police. And maybe we have ended up mistrusting this word – even when it refers to something from our internal selves. I want to bring the word back into favour. Unlike “indecision”, it is a term that refers to a tumult of the mind, to a state of suspension, to a sort of opacity of the real. That which is trouble merely suggests, without providing a basis for naming what is to come or what will arise. Being troubled is a state familiar to lovers. We know."

Read Claudio Pazienza's beautiful 'State of the Cinema 2019' for Sabzian here.

About the intimate language that inhabits us. In English, Dutch or French.

(Images: film stills from Kira Muratova's Brief Encounters, 1967 and The Long Farewell, 1971)


windows stairs

Also in Sart-Tilman, "Zone Génie civil, Mathématique, Montéfiore, SEGI"


CHU Sart-Tilman, Liège - Charles Vandenhove in collaboration with

For the interior designs, Charles Vandenhove collaborated with Daniel Buren, 
Sol Lewitt, Niele Toroni, Jo Delahaut, Marthe Wéry, Jacques Charlier, and others.
Photos of the original situation here.


TREE FESTIVITIES by Lois Weinberger

Baumfest ('Tree Festival'), 1977
In Stams, Tirol, July-September 1977
Cherry trees, plastic sacks and foil
Courtesy Salle Principale, Paris


Sarah Margnetti, '"Charlotte Herzog’s Bathroom", oil painting, Berlin, 2017


also appeared in the series "I want that bathroom":