Exhibition — Table of Contents: Harun Farocki

BAT édi­tions invites Alice Malinge to col­lab­or­ate on a pub­lic­a­tion and exhib­i­tion around the film­maker Har­un Farocki. An occa­sion to invest­ig­ate the director’s work, and espe­cially the double rota­tion of images in his install­a­tions, a rule inspired by music­al com­pos­i­tion as well as Jean-Luc Godard’s cinema. Har­un Farocki “Rundher­um” will enable to cross ana­lo­gies between Farocki’s cinema which code/​decode/​recode found images and the nev­er-end­ing act of trans­lat­ing.

Table of Con­tents is the first install­ment of a series of exhib­i­tions at Elaine Levy Pro­ject, tak­ing place exclus­ively on a table designed by Ben­oît Police and Charles Mazé. Table of Con­tents is a patch­work of table deck tops found on the street of Brus­sels, reflect­ing the vari­able and mul­tiple uses of future exhib­i­tions.

Alice Malinge wrote an essay on Har­un Farocki dur­ing her mas­ter at the Uni­ver­sity of Rennes. She was the assist­ant of Chant­al Pont­bri­and on the exhib­i­tion « HF | RG [Har­un Farocki | Rod­ney Gra­ham] » (Jeu de Paume-Con­corde, Par­is), worked as an assist­ant pro­du­cer on the Young People’s and Pub­lic Pro­grammes in Mamco, Geneva and as a cur­at­or for con­tem­por­ary art in Mcba, Lausanne on the exhib­i­tions of Laurent Kropf ; Accrochage Vaud 2011; Pau­line Boudry & Ren­ate Lorenz.

ELAINE LEVY PRO­JECT
Rue Four­mois 9 (first floor)
1050 Bruxelles

Feb­ru­ary 13th to 20th, 2011
Open­ing Sat­urday Feb­ru­ary 12th at 6 pm