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CID - centre d'innovation et de design au Grand-Hornu

Di Emidio Massimo - Communication Coordinator

82, rue Sainte-Louise
B-7301 Hornu
32 65 61 38 87
www.cid-grand-hornu.be
Massimo.Di_emidio@hainaut.be

Marie Pok - Director


marie.pok@grand-hornu.be


Exhibition - Nature morte / Nature vivante

From 24/11/2019 to 08/03/2020 - CPI : 22/11/2019

Since the late 17th century, the French expression nature morte (literally ‘dead nature’) has been used to refer to still life, the field of painting that approaches nature from a sensual per-spective and explicitly alludes to its fragility and ephemerality, and indirectly also to the vanity of human intervention on its composite elements. Over time, the term has extended to include any arrangement of inanimate objects organised in a certain fashion with a symbolic intention, which is meant to induce a poetic emotion. In our so-called “anthropocene” age, man’s unwarranted action is contributing to the impermanence of nature, or even its annihilation. With this sombre outlook, the term nature morte ta-kes on even greater relevance. Yet nature has a formidable capacity for regeneration. Works by numerous creative minds ques-tion, provoke or encourage mechanisms that nature uses to underpin its intensity, reproduction and durability. In reality, each state of matter is a snapshot in a long, slow, evolutionary process of transformation, aggregation, assimilation and decomposition... Nature is very much alive! In this exhibition organised at the CID (centre for innovation and design), designers, architects and artists present intensive, practical or experimental research that questions the relationship between man and nature, calling in equal measure on ecology, science, our moral conscience and artistic creation. Nature morte/Nature vivante reveals how much man’s ambiguous relationship with nature can be both perverse and inspiring.

Constructive_memories (c) Erine Wyckmans.jpg


Alive_2018 (c) Arvid&Marie.jpeg


3_embroideries (c) Vincent Egon Verschueren.jpeg


Bleached_VI-2018_Erez Nevi Pana (c).jpg


Forget_me_not (c) Ani Liu.jpg


Forget_me_not1 (c) Ani Liu.jpg


Fading_away-2015 (c) Eline_Willermarck.jpg
Fading away, 2015 © Eline WILLERMARCK


Lilla _Tabasso _Vanitas _Daffodils-2019 (c) Roberto Marossi.jpg


Nest_2019 (c) Benjamin Verdonck.jpeg


1000_Miles_Away_From_Home-2 (c) Maarten_vanden_Eynde.jpg
1000 Miles Away From Home © Maarten vanden Eynde


Emotional_Remnants-2018-3 (c) Babs_Decruyenaere.jpg
Emotional Remnants, 2018© Babs Decruyenaere


Wallpaper_roses_still-2015-4 (c) Lieve_Van_Stappen.jpg


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-1999-5 (c) Hilde_De_Decker (c) Eddo_Hartmann.jpg


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-1999-6 (c) Hilde_De_Decker (c) Eddo_Hartmann.jpg
For the farmer and the market gardener, 1999 © Hilde De DECKER © Eddo Hartmann


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-Work_in_progress-7 (c) Hilde_De_Decker.jpg
For the farmer and the market gardener - Work in progress © Hilde De DECKER


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-Work_in_progress-8 (c) Hilde_De_Decker.jpg
For the farmer and the market gardener - Work in progress © Hilde De DECKER


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-Work_in_progress-9 (c) Hilde_De_Decker.jpg
For the farmer and the market gardener - Work in progress © Hilde De DECKER


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-Work_in_Progress-10 (c) Hilde_De_Decker.jpg
Hilde De DECKER, For the farmer and the market gardener - Work in progress © Hilde de Decker


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-Work_in_Progress-10 (c) Hilde_De_Decker-13.jpg
Hilde De DECKER, For the farmer and the market gardener - Work in progress © Hilde de Decker


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-Work_in_Progress-10 (c) Hilde_De_Decker-11.JPG.jpg
Hilde De DECKER, For the farmer and the market gardener - Work in progress © Hilde de Decker


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-Work_in_Progress-10 (c) Hilde_De_Decker-14.jpg.jpg
Hilde De DECKER, For the farmer and the market gardener - Work in progress © Hilde de Decker


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-Work_in_Progress-10 (c) Hilde_De_Decker-12.jpg
Hilde De DECKER, For the farmer and the market gardener - Work in progress © Hilde de Decker


For_the_farmer_and_the_market_gardener-Work_in_Progress-10 (c) Hilde_De_Decker-17.jpg
Hilde De DECKER, For the farmer and the market gardener - Work in progress © Hilde de Decker


Elissa_Lacoste-Dolomies (c) Antoine_Maillier.jpg
Elissa LACOSTE, Dolomies© Antoine Maillier


Elissa_Lacoste-Dolomies (c) Antoine_Maillier.jpg
Elissa LACOSTE, Dolomies© Antoine Maillier


Formafantasma-Water_filter_Funnel_Tongue_Spoon- 2012 (c) Luisa_Zanzani.jpg
Formafantasma,Water filter Funnel Tongue & Spoon, 2012 © Luisa Zanzani


Formafantasma-Water_filter_Stalagmite-2012 (c) Luisa_Zanzani.jpg
Formafantasma, Water Filter Stalagmite, 2012 © Luisa Zanzani


Formafantasma-Time_as_a_Circulator_Motion-2014 (c) Peer_Lindgreen.jpg
Formafantasma,Time as a Circulator Motion, 2014 © Peer Lindgreen


Formafantasma-Saxophones_Clock-2014 (c) Peer_Lindgreen.jpg
Formafantasma, Saxophones Clock, 2014 © Peer Lindgreen


Tanie_De_Bruycker- Still_Life-2017 (c) Arvid&Marie.jpg
Tanie De Bruycker, Still Life, 2017 © Arvid&Marie


Roland_Persson-Days_Like_These_Were_Not_Meant_to_Last-2018 (c) Roland _Persson_and_Courtesy_Helsinki_Contemporary.jpg
Roland Persson, Days Like These Were Not Meant to Last, 2018 © Roland Persson and Courtesy Helsinki Contemporary


Roland_Persson-Hesitating_beauty-Roland_Persson_and_Courtesy_Helsinki_Contemporary.jpg
Roland Persson, Hesitating beauty © Roland Persson and Courtesy Helsinki Contemporary


Vegetables-2009 (c) Scholten&Baijings2.jpg
Scholten & Baijings, Vegetables, 2009 © Scholten&Baijings


Vegetables-2009 (c) Scholten&Baijings.jpg
Scholten & Baijings, Vegetables, 2009 © Scholten&Baijings


Press Release

CP-CID-NATURE_MORTE-FR.pdf
Communiqué de presse


Press Release

PB-CID-NATURE_MORTE-NL.pdf
Persbericht


Press Release

PR-CID-NATURE_MORTE-ENG.pdf