The exhibition—which will include a selection of photographic prints in different formats, an analogue slide show, and a multichannel video installation—will feature an ambitious, innovative design conceived for the occasion by architect Kris Kimpe, the artist’s longtime collaborator. The large space will be filled with hexagonal display units, some of them closed, others open and accessible, each housing photographs or moving images on its walls. The irregularly arranged modules offer a full-immersion experience, yet allow visitors to choose their own path through the show. This exhibition in Bologna is closely linked to Goiris’s solo show at the Royal Academy of...
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