LLS PALEIS dagblad N°6

March 31st, 2019

Tempérer l’espace, espacer le temps

LLSPALAIS dagblad, N°6, zondag 31 maart 2019
A3, impression digitales, 17 pages (16 + légendes)

la naissance du monde, le pompoen et son syndrome de domestication, l’atmosphère, le temps et ses eléments

promenade de pas de porte – paris

March 28th, 2019

Carte blanche à Antoine Pickels  – TROUBLE
Kubra Khademi /Lise Duclaux /Claude Cattelain / Ophélie Mac
Trouble Festival #10 / Redux, centre Wallonie Bruxelles Paris

promenade de pas de porte, performance

les cosmopolites: la vergerette, la mercuriale foireuse, robert le géranium et la ruine de rome, le pissenlit et l’oxalis corniculé, l’arbre à papillon et le saule marsault

tempérer l’espace, espacer le temps

March 10th, 2019

des histoires éparpillées de haut en bas et de bas en haut
scattered stories from top to bottom and bottom to top

lls Paleis
www.llspaleis.be
exhibition 10.03.2019 – 21.04.2019
thursday – sunday from 2-6 pm and by appointment
Paleisstraat 140
2018 Antwerpen

journées inaccoutumées – unusual days

31-03-2019, 3pm
promenade de pas de porte – corner walk

à propos de quelques êtres spontanés du coin
about some locals spontaneous beings

21.04.2019, 2 – 7 pm
adopter une oeuvre originale accompagnée d’un certificat tamponné, daté et signé
le bureau des plantes de bruxelles est ouvert pour les formalités d’usage

adopt an original work accompanied by a stamped, dated and signed certificate
the brussels plants desk is open for the usual formalities

l’invasion de l’arbre du ciel

December 5th, 2018

l’invasion de l’arbre du ciel
performance LMNO galerie, 8 novembre 2018, bruxelles
vernissage de l’exposition little plants in the crannied sidewalk

quelques mots on été empruntés à Emanuele Coccia, Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing and Ursula K. Le Guin

fragments vidéo

little plants in the crannied sidewalk

November 30th, 2018

little plants in the crannied sidewalk
12-11 / 22-12-2018
Thursday – Saturday, 2 – 6 pm and by appointment
LMNO, rue de la concorde 31, 1050 Bruxelles


photo Philippe Degobert

empress tree (alien,cosmopolitan garden plant), paulownia tomentosa, paulownia,
29.5 × 14.5 cm, ink on paper, 2018

 

poor mans pepper (alien, cosmopolitan, invasive), lepidium campestre, bourse-de-Judas, passerage champêtre
29.5 × 14.5 cm, ink on paper, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

space garbage present and futur, 29.5 × 14.5 cm, ink jet print and ink on paper, 2018

 

 

 

 

tree of life as new-york city
29.5 × 14.5 cm, ink jet print and ink on paper, 2018

 

 

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goldenrod and poison ivy with garbage (native, cosmopolitan), solidago Canadensis, verge d’or
29.5 × 14.5 cm, ink and paint on paper, 2018

 

 

the freedom of weeds

August 18th, 2018

LAM – Landscape Architecture Magazine #18
126-135 The Freedom of Weeds – The artist Lise Duclaux’s Brooklyn exhibit has deep roots. By Tom Stoelker

Link pdf: The Freedom of Weeds – Landscape Architecture Magazine #18 – USA, 2018

YOUR TREE NEEDS COMPANIONS – public space NYC

July 25th, 2018

intervention in public space on “I’m your new tree tags” hanging on newly planted street trees
from 23 to 26 June 2018 in New-York City

orange sticker 8,2 x 6,2 cm – 200 copies

the tree of heaven’s walk

July 24th, 2018

the tree of heaven’s walk
and the tree of heaven come up pure gold in the crack of cement poured over utopia
from March 17 to April 14, 2018, New-York city, Capital of garbage

Map 68,6 x 88,4 cm, tape, pigment ink, gold paint on paper

detail

Who’s afraid of invasive plants? Aliens among us, performance lecture, 15 May, ISCP, NYC

July 24th, 2018

Who’s afraid of invasive plants? Aliens among usartist at work, ISCP, 15 May 2018, NYC
a poetic-scientific performance lecture about plants living in the cracks of sidewalks, interstices, rubble, parking and vacant lots in New York City

artist at work ISCP- NYC – link facebook Now live!

who’s afraid of invasive plants? aliens among us

June 12th, 2018

who’s afraid of invasive plants? aliens among us
wall painting, ISCP studio, New-York, April 2018
Some words have been borrowed from Emanuele Coccia, Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing and Ursula K. Le Guin