Since 2012, Elise Eeraerts (°1986, Mechelen) & Roberto Aparicio Ronda (°1981, Burgos) have been developing a multidisciplinary practice focusing mainly on the relationship between art and architecture. Their projects substantialize in natural settings or urban public space, where site-specificity, history and material transformations are the subject of their research. In their recent work, Eeraerts and Aparicio Ronda examine the role of land and landscape from a climate science perspective. In a thought-provoking, often visceral way, they allow current conventions from the anthropocene to collide with ideas and traditions whereby humans appropriate nature. In their exhibition at STUK, they invite you into the world of swamps and wetlands, where fables and facts intersect.
- In the context of the solo exhibition “like snakes, the roots of trees, coil themselves from rock and sand” (22.03.23 – 07.05.23)
- In collaboration with Cas-co
- Language: Dutch
- Location: Studio Stuk Manhattan