All posts by Ils Huygens

School of Time, photo by Kristof Vrancken, copyright z33

Time School or a School of Time

by Ils Huygens

Time School is part of an ongoing project developed within Z33’s Research Studio Time. Its first iteration was shown in April this year at ALCOVA during Milan Design Week. The School of Time is now further developed in the form of the Time School, one of six schools that are part of the 4th Istanbul Design Biennial. Read more »

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Nuclear Culture Round Table. 17 November 2017, Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Hasselt, Belgium. © Pieter Fannes.
February 23, 2018STUDIO TIMENuclear Culture

Ele Carpenter and Pieter Fannes. Underground/Overground. An Annotated Visual Report

by Ils Huygens

Curator Ele Carpenter looks back on the Nuclear Culture Roundtable held on November 17th at Z33, and shares what she took home from the talks and debates, inspired by Pieter Fannes’ drawings. Text. Ele Carpenter and Pieter Fannes. The seventh... Read more »

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Discussing 'Deep Time communication through long term projection'. Nuclear Culture Roundtable, 17 November 2017, Z33. © ONDRAF/NIRAS, photography by Buket Dorbar.
February 23, 2018STUDIO TIMENuclear Culture

Underground/Overground. Roundtable on Art and Radioactive Waste Storage in Belgium

by Ils Huygens

On November 17 last year, the seventh Nuclear Culture Roundtable took place at Z33, a day of debates accompanying the exhibition Perpetual Uncertainty. What exactly is nuclear culture, and what’s the origin of the Nuclear Culture Roundtable? Tex... Read more »

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fieldstationtimexylarium
November 8, 2016STUDIO TIME

Fieldstation Time: Xylarium

by Ils Huygens

Together with Ecole Mondiale, the research of artists Ive Van Bostraeten and Filip Van Dingenen, Z33 Research will organize a number of Field Stations and field trips around the theme "Inhabiting Time" in the course of this and next year. Upcoming Mo... Read more »

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