After weeks of Covid closure to the public and telework, Plagiarama is delighted to announce the re-opening of the gallery on Friday May 22!
As we had to close Mindscapes exhibition with Elise Eeraerts & Claude Cattelain only two days after the opening, we decided to extend the exhibition till June 27 for the public to discover this thrilling exhibition.

In order to ensure a safe visit, we have put in place the following measures:

  • Maximum one visitor at a time is welcome in the gallery
  • Priority will be given to our booking system. Send an email at: plagiarama@gmail.com and book your time-slot
  • Please wear a face mask
  • Keep 1.5 meters distance from our staff and other visitors (respect floor markings while waiting outside the gallery)
  • Maximum time for a visit is limited to 20 minutes
  • Please use the hydro- alcoholic gel at your disposal to disinfect your hands before starting the visit
  • Our exhibition guide leaflet is available online for download, allowing for a paperless visit
  • For the safety of our staff and visitors, stricter cleaning and disinfection routines have been put in place
  • Always follow the instructions of our staff

Let’s share our love of art, not the virus!

Still enjoy video works of Mindscapes exhibition artists Elise Eeraerts and claude Cattelain : Discover Bumbu and Baelo Claudia, two works by Elise Eeraerts, and the last vidéo-performance by Claude Cattelain, Glass to Glass, recorded live on april 11th, together with Glass Glass Fish Fish.

GLASS TO GLASS

Publiée par Claude Cattelain sur Samedi 11 avril 2020

Bumbu from Elise Eeraerts on Vimeo.

GLASS GLASS FISH FISH

Publiée par Claude Cattelain sur Mercredi 1 avril 2020

MINDSCAPES
Elise Eeraerts & Claude Cattelain
From March 8 to 13 and May 22 to June 27, 2020

EXHIBITION CONCEPT by Yuna Mathieu-Chovet

The works of Elise Eeraerts and Claude Cattelain rely upon strong ties that unite them to the materials they work with. They both work from simple raw material, with only light transformations. Transfers, movements and balances of materials are at the heart of their practices, with particular attention paid to prehistoric and early cultures.
Elise Eeraerts presents soil samples containing several centuries of geological history. She considers human traces on nature, as well as the scientific, mathematical and chemical representations of it, and she is interested in the geometry resulting from observations. Her most recent works on metals and their conductive qualities has led her to work with technological means.
Claude Cattelain challenges the environment through performance. The place of the body is central: a “ferryman”, the center of intention, is the one who relates human construction to nature. His works are commensurate to his own body. He is attached to ancestral gestures and rituals: leaving a trace in the clay, placing objects in balance or igniting an object. He expresses the body as a support that distributes energies.
The artists question their environment by showing a keen interest in the landscape, nature and the human impact on its biotope, both personally and collectively. By using the notion of landscape in relation to humans, the artists are returning to interiority, while including the human in its context. They highlight that access to outside is made through inside and invite us to observe our own mental landscape.