Clarisse monastery Hasselt
2 - 29 August 2010
Guillaume Bijl, Louise Bourgeois (FR), Marcel Broodthaers, Christo (BU-FR), Berlinde De Bruyckere, Nick Ervinck, Bart Lens, Sara Bomans, Marrie Bot (NL), Eduardo Chillida (ES), Anita Evenepoel, Anish Kapoor (UK), Hendrik Kerstens (NL), Nicolas Provost, Arne Quinze, Ick Reuvis, Simon Schubert (DE), Annelies Slabbynck, Johan Tahon, Koenraad Tinel, Camiel Van Breedam, Koen Vanmechelen.
The exhibition project "inGewikkeld" reflected on both medieval and contemporary visions of "in-winding. Balancing the literal and figurative meanings of the word "inWrapped", a multitude of visions and interpretations were sought from more than 20 leading artists in a newly opened castle monastery. The intricate skulls, relics generations of deceased abbesses, kept in the nearby cathedral, inspired artist and researcher Frieda Sorber to create a social artistic project in which people living in Hasselt shed locks of hair to then become part of an immense in situ installation in the monastery chapel during the course of the exhibition.