SC / 96 pages / 22,8 x 17,5 cm
Published by MER. Paper Kunsthalle and Lieven Gevaert Research Centre
Acoustic Abstractions offers an in-depth analysis of Pieter Vermeersch’s artistic production form 1998 until 2006, with special emphasis on his interventions at STUK in early 2006. The publication contains three essays: Hilde Van Gelder focuses on Vermeersch’s thorough renewal of abstract painting in the latest years, Paul Cruysberghs addresses the question of the sublime in relation to Vermeersch’s work and Stéphane Symons explores – from a Duchampian perspective- the impact of Vermeersch’s ‘painting on glass’.