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"A sign in space" refers to a story in Cosmicomics by Italo Calvino. This story explores how signs can be unreliable and meaningless by constantly creating paradoxes: the ‘idea of sign making’ paradox, the omnipotence paradox and the ‘existence of space’ paradox. The exhibition gathers the works of 8 artists around the paradoxical aspects of the idea of spatial fantasy. A publication was realized by primitive for the occasion. It merges the research documents of each artist. It is thus an extrapolation of the exhibition rather than a catalog.

see the publication

le maga, Brussels 2021

photocredit : Julie Calbert

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sofia boubolis
mauricio amarante
maxime blanpain
julie calbert
florence cats
josph charroy
dominique loreau
henriette michaux

curator florence cats