Saturday, 15 October 2016

VUURTONGEN Edition of scarfs with DMW Art Space

Vuurtongen (Flames) by Ada Van Hoorebeke, Fall 2016          
Scarf, printed with water based
colours on 90% soya fibres and
10% viscose textile, (90x90 cm)

Thursday, 18 August 2016


P 4 & Vuurtongen / Tongues of Fire, Ada Van Hoorebeke, Photograph by Elisabeth Ida Mulyani.

Be-Part Studio Sat. 27 August 

On view until 29 August. (11-17h)
Westerlaan 17, Waregem.

P 12-13 Vuurtongen / Tongues of Fire, Ada Van Hoorebeke, Photograph by Elisabeth Ida Mulyani.
Vuurtongen / Tongues of Fire, Ada Van Hoorebeke, Photograph by Ida Wollens.

Denitsa Todorova - Stone and a Glass 
Ada Van Hoorebeke - Tongues of Fire 
Opening Fr. 2 September 
Finissage Sun. 2 October
With presentation and edition sale.
DMW Art Space Antwerp
Check installation shots here 

Vuurtongen (Tongues of Fire) is created after a residency in Be-Part, Platform for contemporary art in Waregem, spring 2016. The work consists out of a pile of newspapers called Vuurtongen, and spatial works with objects covered in batik. The works are inspired by similarities between a powerful traditional batik pattern from Java and a dry system with freshly primed painters’ canvas in a canvas company in Waregem (West-Flanders). The Vuurtongen newspaper shows interpretations of the Javanese pattern in collaboration with the day centre Mivalti from Tielt along with documentation of the canvas company and sculptural works made with batiked canvasses on discard materials. 

Vuurtongen, rotation print on newspaper, weekend format; 5000 copies, 16 pages. Photographs by Elisabeth Ida Mulyani. Layout with Olivier Schrauwen and Katja Gretzinger.

Thursday, 14 July 2016

LIVE IM MUSEUM BATIK Saturday 16 July 2016

Studio Photo With Elisabeth Ida Mulyani

Performance  by Leila Hassan  & Orphan Fairytale
(photo´s by Andres Galeano)

Feelings of my Thatched Hut, Grimmuseum, Fichtestra├če 2, 10967 Berlin
Saturday Session by Ada Van Hoorebeke

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Feelings of my Thatched Hut

with work by 
Fritz Bornst├╝ck, Marco Montiel-Soto, Janes Schmallenberg, Ulrika Segerberg, Ada Van Hoorebeke, Julian Weber Curated by Amelie Wedel

Opening / 18 June 2016, 7 pm
Exhibition / 19 June – 30 July, 2016

Where Batik Belongs - Museum Batik (Detail) 2016, photo back ground stand, batik, chains ceramics.

Where Batik Belongs - Museum Batik 2016

Where Batik Belongs - Batik For a Shirt 2016