New exhibition samples the deep house and alien vibes of Stanley Kubrick’s work

by Editors Staff

The affect of Stanley Kubrick by no means actually ends. The British filmmaker, who died in 1999, was a meticulous craftsman with a razor-sharp eye for element, in addition to a keeper of huge archives of analysis. The director’s affect infuses a brand new exhibition, ‘I’m Sorry Dave’, opening this weekend at Amsterdam’s Ravestijn Gallery (exhibiting from 5 November 2022 to 7 January 2023).

Inez & Vinoodh, Rianne Van Rompaey / H.A.L. 9000, 2019

(Picture credit score: Inez & Vinoodh)

The frequent cinematic thread of the displays is 1968’s 2001: A House Odyssey, one of many all-time nice science fiction movies. Set in a richly detailed future world, 2001 set new requirements for particular results and artwork course. 

The exhibition’s title, ‘I’m Sorry Dave’, is taken from HAL 9000, the softly spoken, totally psychopathic laptop on the coronary heart of the movie.

Artwork by Vincent Fournier, ANECHOIC CHAMBER, [ISAE], TOULOUSE, 2018

Vincent Fournier, Anechoic Chamber, [ISAE], Toulouse, 2018

(Picture credit score: Vincent Fournier)

Because the gallery notes, Kubrick’s aesthetic world is ’mirrored again in right this moment’s knowledge centres, worldwide house programmes and self-driving automobiles.’ 

The featured artists have all taken on some side of 2001’s affect of their work, both consciously or unconsciously, whether or not via their material, aesthetic, or exploration of the uncanny and the on a regular basis.

Red spacesuit in white space

Vincent Fournier, House Odyssey Spacesuit #1, Sylmar, USA, 2019

(Picture credit score: Vincent Fournier)

With images by Vincent Fournier, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Paweł Bownik, Martina Sauter, Philippe Braquenier and sculpture by Koen Hauser, the Ravestijn Gallery units a scene for a mixture of type, futurology and vogue.

Fournier’s fascination with house is effectively documented, however his fellow exhibitors use picture and type to discover the otherworldly and the uncanny.

Astronauts in space center

Vincent Fournier, Ergol#7, Arianespace, Guiana House Middle [CGS], Kourou, French Guiana, 2007

(Picture credit score: Vincent Fournier)

‘I’m Sorry Dave’, is on present from 5 November 2022 – 7 January 2023, on the Ravestijn Gallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands 

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