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To Whom It May Concern, Raphael Langmair solo at P/////AKT, Amsterdam

Pakt-image-1024x808MFA graduate Raphael Langmair (2012) has a solo presentation at P/////AKT, Amsterdam – opening saturday march 12, 2016  20.00 -24.00 h.

In 2016 P/////AKT is focusing on the conceptual legacy of Marcel Broodthaers’ 1964 work Le Pense-Bête and its relevance in current discourse. P/////AKT will outline six aspects of Le Pense-Bête, each of which comprises a solo exhibition, a public event, and an essay. The second aspect deals with transition, gesture and authenticity. The act of rendering his collected poems illegible by casting them in plaster is exemplary for the transitory qualities of Broodthaers’ artistic practice.

Pense-Bête II
Object: As an act

Raphael Langmair
To Whom It May Concern

Reflected upon by Elise van Mourik
Essay by Maxine Kopsa

Opening: Saturday 12 March, 20 – 24 hrs
13 March – 10 April 2016
(Thu-Sun, 14-18 hrs)

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My Respects to Madame Bernard – group exhibition with Elsbeth Ciesluk, Raphael Langmair at Momart

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Image: Raphael Langmair, Untitled (repetition and difference), 2010 – ongoing

MFA graduates Elsbeth Ciesluk and Raphael Langmair (both 2012) take part in the group exhibition My Respects to Madame Bernard at MoMart, Amsterdam.

With a work in progress of Elsbeth Ciesluk.

Opening: jan. 31, 17.00 – 19.00 h

more info: http://www.momart.nl

http://www.raphaellangmair.eu

http://www.elsbethciesluk.com

Symprovisation – Antwerp, Belgium

Symprovisation                                                                                                                 ExtraCity, Antwerp  –  Period: 17-20 April, 2012

Concept and tutors:                                                                                                            Nico Dockx, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp                                                            Erik Hagoort, AKV| St. Joost, Den Bosch/Breda

How to improvise on a symposium?

This question became practice during a four day ongoing event at ExtraCity. Participants of the master courses of St. Lucas, Artesis, and AKV/St. Joost worked together in finding out what “symprovising” could be.

Let’s approach theoretical reflection through improvising. Trying to reflect and work on the spot: à l’improviste; using skills, work, procedures, ideas, texts, inventions, and coincidence.

The experiment was rounded up during a final presentation of results, stories, and thoughts with spotlighted spiderwebs, dance, collages, broken walls, and sadly a piece of Remy’s finger cut off.

With: Kasper Bosmans, Elsbeth Ciesluk, Remy Habets, Pim Kersten, Theodora Kotsi, Saori Kuno, Raphael Langmair, Tanya Long, Piotr Piskozub, Nelleke Schiere, Anna Stergiou, Timothy Van de Laar.

Schermafbeelding 2014-01-09 om 18.33.44Remy Habets demolished the cardboard wall of ExtraCity’s upper floor.

Schermafbeelding 2014-01-09 om 18.34.47Mixed interventions by Tanya Long (paint on wall) and Nelleke Schiere (stick in the window).

Schermafbeelding 2014-01-09 om 18.38.11And lots of lunches