Tine Guns - Watching the Black between the Stars
In the oeuvre of Belgian artist Tine Guns, which ranges from films and books to photographic installations, the transience of human perception occupies a central place. The effect of our memory on what we perceive means that images never have a conclusive meaning. Her work seeks to repeatedly open up our linear historiographic visual meanings by posing new combinations. In focusing on the constant metamorphosis we undergo as humans and the impossibility of capturing the fleeting reality, she shows us there is always something more to see, something more to know, something more to understand. ‘Watching the Black Between the Stars’ is one such journey.
|98 p, ills colour & bw, 17 x 23 cm, pb, Dutch|