Ambient or noise? The pace of viewing

de Curieuze Club

Subbacultcha adds an audible layer to the suggestive images of Camille Picquot. Questioning pace, the viewing experience and the value of music. Do you look at photography in a different way when you’re listening to ambient music? Are there other things that strike you in a picture, when the gallery space is filled with noise? Three soundscapes will set the tone for this new viewing experiment.

 

de Brakke Grond / Subbacultcha

In the images of Camile Picquot, we're witnessing a moment of daily life. There's an air of self-conscious scrutiny. The viewer builds a narrative through the suggestive, almost comprising attitude of the strangers depicted."
 

In an interview with the program director of the exhibition, the duality between film and photography, reality and fiction becomes very clear. Subbacultcha adds an audible layer to the suggestive images of Camille Picquot. Questioning pace, the viewing experience and the value of music. Do you look at photography in a different way when you’re listening to ambient music? Are there other things that strike you in a picture, when the gallery space is filled with noise? Three soundscapes will set the tone for this new viewing experiment.
 

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▶︎ Free for Subbacultcha members

 

de Curieuze Club

De Curieuze Club (EN: The Curious Club) formulates a contemporary, uncompromising view on fine arts in de Brakke Grond. Together with three partners, we unravel visual power by means of text, poetry, music and theory. Creative platforms Mister Motley, Subbacultcha and Unseen will guide you through the oeuvre of Brussels based photographer and filmmaker Camille Picquot.