29/08/2013 – 08/09/2013
Exhibiting the work of these artists from these two cities at the same time does not necessarily mean a complete or fundamental representation but gives a notion of a greater whole; everything is always placed in the world, and set in a specific time.
To-morrow or To-day borrows its title from W.H Auden’s poem As I walked out one evening. It beholds a great versatility, from a linguistic-philosophical point of view, the title displays a transformation (or re- categorization) of an adverb into a preposition and a verb. In this case the hyphenation, which is commonly used to join two different words into a new composition, transforms the words from static to active. In a sense this mark can be seen as the centre of this initiative.Through the poetic division a whole range of connotations is exposed. A triviality is scrutinized, creating a multiplication of all that is given and shows us the feasibility of information.
Joris de Rycke
Sander van Raemdonck