81 things I thought I had forgotten
solo exhibition by Jasper Rigole
Over the past ten years, Jasper Rigole has been working on the fictitious Institute IICADOM (The International Institute for the Conservation, Archiving and Distribution of Other people’s Memories). Z33 presents in collaboration with the Flemish Arts Centre De Brakke Grond, the first major overview of this project, unlocking its archive of collections of objects, 8 mm films, pictures, tapes and other found footage and discoveries. In a unique presentation personal and collective memory, institutional accuracy and pure chance, fact and fiction intertwine.
The exhibition 81 things I thought I had forgotten is a collaboration between Z33 and Flemish Arts Centre De Brakke Grond in Amsterdam. Together with the artist, Jubilee produced Taxonomy, the central new work in the show and was executive producer of the publication, published in collaboration with Ara MER. The research project is supported by Hogeschool Gent (KASK) in the framework of Jasper Rigole’s PhD in the Arts. A publication will accompany the exhibition.
11/10 – 06/12/2015
exhibition at Z33, House for Contemporary Art, Hasselt
13/12/2015 – 31/01/2016
exhibition at De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam
Side programme in Z33:
SU 25.10.2015 / 02 pm
Kiss the Artist
Guided tour by Jasper Rigole
Costs: 2 euro (incl. drink)
TU 10.11.2015 / 08 pm
A-Z lecture Jasper Rigole
Jasper Rigole gives a talk on his work and the exhibition in Z33
at Z33, Zuivelmarkt 33, Hasselt
Sign up: www.a-zlezingen.be
During the final weekend of the show, Elective Affinities will be presented. This publication is the result of a continuous performance involving photocopiers, a collaboration with Peter Morrens.
Furthermore Jasper Rigole’s archive of old audiotapes will go into dialogue with Heleen Van Haegenborgh (piano), Jürgen De Blonde (electronics) and Benjamin Glorieux (cello) during the live performance Cinema Invisible.