Artists

Marina Abramović, Hilma af Klint, Vincenzo Agnetti, Pierre Alechinsky, Alis/Filliol, William Anastasi, Beato Angelico, El Anatsui, Karel Appel, Jean Arp, Giacomo Balla, Ida Barbarigo, Afro Basaldella, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Julian Beck, Joseph Beuys, Umberto Boccioni, Alighiero Boetti, Michaël Borremans, Georges Braque, Victor Brauner, André Breton, Marcel Broodthaers, Lucia Bru, Alberto Burri, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Guido Cadorin, Alexander Calder, Francesco Candeloro, Antonio Canova, Mireille Capelle, Vincenzo Castella, Chung Chang-Sup, Eduardo Chillida, Gustave Courbet, Giulio D’Alessio, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Giorgio de Chirico, Thierry De Cordier, Willem de Kooning, Jean Degottex, Marco Del Re, Marta Dell’Angelo, Gilles Delmas, Mario Deluigi, André Derain, Gaspare Diziani, Oscar Dominguez, Maurizio Donzelli, Claudine Drai, Marcel Duchamp, James Ensor, Max Ernst, Bruna Esposito, Cleo Fariselli, François Fiedler, Lucio Fontana, Francesco Fontebasso, Jean-Louis Forain, Mariano Fortuny, Henri Foucault, Galileo Galilei, Pinot Gallizio, Alberto Garutti, Isa Genzken, Alberto Giacometti, Giovanni Giaretta, Gioberto Noro, Raimund Girke, Natalia Goncharova, Arshile Gorky, Antony Gormley, Gotthard Graubner, Aldo Grazzi, Ezio Gribaudo, Franco Guerzoni, Barbara Hammer, Hans Hartung, Sadaharu Horio, Yasmine Hugonnet, Norio Imai, Yu-ichi Inoue, Damien Jalet, Ann Veronica Janssens, Paul Jenkins, Asger Jorn, Wassily Kandinsky, Anish Kapoor, Ellsworth Kelly, Jan Kersschot, Kimsooja, Paul Klee, Yves Klein, Susan Kleinberg, Ivan Kliun, Mikhail Larionov, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Fernand Léger, Leoncillo Leonardi, Renato Leotta, Stephen Lichty, Osvaldo Licini, Marcos Lutyens, Heinz Mack, Tsuyoshi Maekawa, Man Ray, Piero Manzoni, Étienne-Jules Marey, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Alberto Martini, Nicola Martini, Arturo Martini, Masatoshi Masanobu, André Masson, Roberto Matta, Mikhail Matyushin, Elena Mazzi, Fausto Melotti, Ana Mendieta, Duane Michals, Henri Michaux, Joan Miro´, François Morellet, Robert Morris, Susan Morris, Sadamasa Motonaga, Michel Mouffe, Sofie Muller, Matt Mullican, Edvard Munch, Zoran Mušicˇ, Kinuku Naito, Yuko Nasaka, Senkichiro Nasaka, Matteo Nasini, Max Neumann, Jaromír Novotný, Kimiko Ohara, Giancarlo Pancaldi, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Otto Piene, Gaetano Previati, Raku Kichizaemon XV, Masaomi Raku, Kurt Ralske, Santiago Ramón y Cajal, Odilon Redon, Gerhard Richter, Bernardí Roig, Medardo Rosso, Piero Ruggeri, Tomás Saraceno, Mariano Sardon and Mariano Sigman, Angelo Savelli, Markus Schinwald, Park Seo-Bo, Shozo Shimamoto, Kazuo Shiraga, Elisa Sighicelli, Pierre Soulages, Léon Spilliaert, Saul Steinberg, Jana Sterbak, Dominique Stroobant, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Takis, Ryuji Tanaka, Tancredi, Antoni Tàpies, Livia Tivoli, Mark Tobey, Cy Twombly, Raoul Ubac, Günther Uecker, Umbo, Koen Van den Broek, Emilio Vedova, Angel Vergara, Jef Verheyen, Giorgio Vigna, Emilio Villa, Gil Joseph Wolman, Rik Wouters, Michio Yoshihara, Jiro Yoshihara, Yun Hyong-Keun and many anonymous artists.

In red: live performances

in blue: special commissions for INTUITION

Performance Program during the opening days:

Mireille Capelle, Architecture Sonore, DO’UN, 2017, 60’

Mireille Capelle will be presenting her new creation in the series of Architecture Sonore called DO’UN. She has created this together with the musicians Peter Mercks, Marc Tooten, Stijn Saveniers, Karin Defleyt, Geert Callaert, Melike Tarhan, and Osama Abdoulrasol. “It’s a very sensory piece. Perhaps intuition is what most closely connects visual to auditory art. Sound needs the sensitivity of the physical body to receive intuitive auditory information. As if listening to the invisible is really a human act, a human need. Something that is within us and that we inevitably seek, either consciously or unconsciously.”

Yasmine Hugonnet, La ronde/Quatuor, 2016, 50’

Four bodies construct a continuous, silent dialogue based on the reciprocal exchange of gestures and positions. The alternating gestures transmitted between the four dancers slowly traces a developing drawing, a continuous frieze, created collectively through the transmission of these postures. This choreography establishes the point of intuition directly within the limbs of the dancers, understood both as a subject that speaks and as a spoken alphabet.

Marcos Lutyens, Ambidelious, 2017, 60’

In Ambidelious, during the inaugural days, the audience is invited to participate in a session of collective hypnosis. The subjects are placed in a state of complete relaxation to facilitate a hyper-receptiveness towards each internal and external stimulus. The participants are directed towards the use of small tools to produce drawings in an “automatic” manner on two tablets of fresh clay.

Matteo Nasini, Sparkling Matter, 2017, 100’

Matteo Nasini transforms brain waves generated during the REM phase into solid sculptures and sound compositions. Through digital electroencephalograms, the electrical activity of an asleep performer is transformed in real time into a concerto for “sleeping brain”. Such soundscape reveals in a participatory manner a dimension of the mind otherwise secret. At the same time, the same dreams are recorded and translated into ceramic through a three-dimensional printing process.

Angel Vergara, Straatman, 2017, 40’

In his public improvisation Straatman, Angel Vergara is covered underneath a white sheet, noticing what is happening around him and erasing the black surface of the canvas. Not being able to see what goes on outside of the big cloth, he follows his other senses and imagination. In this performance, Vergara will be working with musician Mireille Capelle, who created a new ‘Architecture Sonore’ for the show. This public improvisation allows the viewer to see the displayed intuition between an active body and sensitive spaces.

 

10th May 2017

Yasmine Hugonnet, La ronde/Quatuor, 11.00-12.00

Matteo Nasini, Sparkling Matter, 13.30-15.00

Mireille Capelle with musicians, Architecture Sonore, DO’UN, 14.30-15.30

Angel Vergara, Straatman, 15.00-15.30

Marcos Lutyens, Ambidelious, 15.30-16.30

 

11th May 2017

Yasmine Hugonnet, La ronde/Quatuor 11.00-12.00

Mireille Capelle with musicians, Architecture Sonore, DO’UN, 12.30-13.30

Matteo Nasini, Sparkling Matter, 13.30-15.00

Marcos Lutyens, Ambidelious, 15.30-16.30

Marcos Lutyens, Ambidelious, 18.30-19.30

Mireille Capelle with musicians, Architecture Sonore, DO’UN, 19.30-20.30

Angel Vergara, Straatman, 19.30-20.00

 

12th May 2017

Yasmine Hugonnet, La ronde/Quatuor, 11.00-12.00

Matteo Nasini, Sparkling Matter, 13.30-15.00

Mireille Capelle with musicians, Architecture Sonore, DO’UN, 14.30-15.30

Angel Vergara, Straatman, 15.00-15.30

Marcos Lutyens, Ambidelious, 15.30-16.30