Working together with Joseph Beuys for eighteen years, artist Louwrien Wijers (1941, NL) considers, like Beuys, writing, speaking and thinking as sculpture.
In 1990 she realised in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam the symposium – she calls it her “mental sculpture” – ‘Art meets Science and Spirituality in a changing Economy’.
Louwrien Wijers shared in 2017 during a five-day retreat with 21 art people the content of 1990 to determine what of it is important for our future. Those quotes she captured in ‘Tomorrow’s Language’, on 40 handwritten panels, presented by Expanding Academy at the Academy during the Antwerp Art Weekend, and compiled by Nico Dockx in a small publication.
→ Find out here how ‘Tomorrow’s Language’ came about. The text is by Louwrien Wijers.
published on the occasion of the 'Tomorrow’s Language' exhibition by Louwrien Wijers at the Lange Zaal/ Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, 26-29/05/2022, initiated by Expanding Academy.
edited by Nico Dockx
designed by Nico Dockx, Wouter Van Der Wangen
printed by Bruno Devos at Stockmans Art Books
published by Stockmans Art Books, curious051
photographs on dust wrapper by Sofie Coreynen, 2022
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