M – Museum Leuven presents Saskia Olde Wolbers Kinemacolor

M – Museum Leuven presents Saskia Olde Wolbers Kinemacolor an exhibition on view February 14–May 26, 2013.

Since 1996 Saskia Olde Wolbers (b. 1971, the Netherlands) has been making short videos that take up the relationship between the unknown and the familiar, between truth and subjectivity. In her intricately crafted videos, a voice in first person narration talks about associative imagery as an intuitive visual guide. Her visuals feature strangely animated semi-figurative shapes, bouncing surfaces, unbalanced institutional architecture and randomly rising and falling bubbles. The process of image making is an experimental, completely analogue process, where temporary and unstable miniature film sets are dipped in paint and filmed under water. The first person point of view for these unique fictionalized documentaries results from real-life events through a process of research, led by chance.

M is presenting three recent narrative pieces and one silent work. The work of Olde Wolbers is presented by Maureen Paley London and Diana Stigter Galerie in Amsterdam.

M – Museum Leuven
L. Vanderkelenstraat 28
3000 Leuven, Belgium
www.mleuven.be

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