The HISK residents are back at the Frans Masereel Centre for one week workshop to explore printmaking as part of their artistic practice. In addition to learning printmaking techniques and processes the workshop also aims to develop and investigate conceptual frameworks of printmaking as part of a contemporary art practice. Questions around the visibility of the making process of an art work will be discussed and how this visibility might impact the meaning and reading of this work.
The workshop is led by artists and printmakers Tom Dries, Liselotte van Daele, Emma Verhulst as well as the technical staff at the Frans Masereel Centre.
Simultaneously with their stay, six to eight young, up-and-coming critics will have the opportunity to reside at the centre for a multi-day art criticism workshop. This group is put together by Glean and rekto:verso for the new Week of Art Criticism in the unique context of the international arts center Frans Masereel Centrum.