Open Cube Front Side view

Front Side View with the 3 windows

 

Thierry Wieleman

The images chosen are, the « souvenir » objects of the inhabitants of Lavoisier and Molenbeek, the prints of the hands of the inhabitants of Lavoisier, the hands painted with henna, the clothes and fabrics, found in Molenbeek and children’s drawings made on the theme of memory. (workshop of Danièle Aron professor of drawing at the Molenbeek Academy).
The objects and hands painted with henna were photographed on different coloured backgrounds and the harmony is achieved by 2/3 of tiles with photos and 1/3 of white tiles.
No tile color touches another tile of the same or similar color. No pattern in the composition which allows to give a chaotic aspect to the harmony of the composition.

The Open Cube : Composition Study

Image Mosaics V, VI and VII

Exchange – What we do – where we are – what we are .
Neighbourhood and inhabitants

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About The Open Cube

Article appeared in the third issue of the new quarterly magazine « Contour » of the SLRB page 8.

contour 3 SLRB

English translation :

THE CHILDREN OF THE GALAXY AND  LAVOISIER HONORED
The 101% program has always given special attention to children from social neighbourhoods. They are always enthusiastic about collaborating on our artistic projects. During a drawing workshop, « Souvenir », on the Lavoisier site, children from very different cultures could make drawings in the form of wallpaper, then applied to the walls of the Open Cube.

 

The Open Cube – Districts II

Parks and nature around them around the Lavoisier apartments / Les parcs et la nature autour des habitations « Lavoisier » / parken en natuur rondom de Lavoisierwoningen

The artistic project « The Open Cube » is a 101% project of the SLRB and Logement Molenbeekois. The artistic intervention is a dialogue between a « Corten » steel sculpture and photographs printed on tiles and will be realized on the Logements Lavoisier site located at 44 – 50 rue Charles Malis. You can read more about the project on the SLRB website : http://www.slrb.irisnet.be/fr/particulier/qui-sommes-nous/galeries/open-cube

The Open Cube – Districts I

The districts around the Lavoisier apartments / Les quartiers autour des habitations « Lavoisier » / De buurten rond de Lavoisierwoningen

The artistic project « The Open Cube » is a 101% project of the SLRB and Logement Molenbeekois. The artistic intervention is a dialogue between a « Corten » steel sculpture and photographs printed on tiles and will be realized on the Logements Lavoisier site located at 44 – 50 rue Charles Malis. You can read more about the project on the SLRB website : http://www.slrb.irisnet.be/fr/particulier/qui-sommes-nous/galeries/open-cube

The Open Cube (suite 1)

Recherche artistique de mosaïque photographique:

Visualisation du cube avec fenêtre et mosaïque photos

The artistic project « The Open Cube » is a 101% project of the SLRB and Logement Molenbeekois. The artistic intervention is a dialogue between a « Corten » steel sculpture and photographs printed on tiles and will be realized on the Logements Lavoisier site located at 44 – 50 rue Charles Malis. You can read more about the project on the SLRB website : http://www.slrb.irisnet.be/fr/particulier/qui-sommes-nous/galeries/open-cube

The Open Cube I

Recherche artistique de mosaïque photographique :

Le passé des quartiers Machtens, Mettewie et Karreveld de Molenbeek

le-passé-des-logements-Lavoisier-et-de-son-quartier

The artistic project « The Open Cube » is a 101% project of the SLRB and Logement Molenbeekois. The artistic intervention is a dialogue between a « Corten » steel sculpture and photographs printed on tiles and will be realized on the Logements Lavoisier site located at 44 – 50 rue Charles Malis. You can read more about the project on the SLRB website : http://www.slrb.irisnet.be/fr/particulier/qui-sommes-nous/galeries/open-cube

Anna Atkins

Le cyanotype mis au point en 1842 (John Frederick William Herschel. Un procédé de reproduction photographique que j’aime beaucoup pour:

  • La profondeur de certains bleus
  • La douceur « velours » du rendu, sur papier aquarelle
  • La simplicité de réalisation
  • Les possibilités d’impression sur différents supports – tissus, papier, porcelaine ect.

Voici quelques cyanotypes issus du livre de Anna Atkins

British Algae (1841-1853)