Joëlle Tuerlinckx belongs to this genealogy of artists from the 1970’ that massively attacked a certain idea of male modernity as transparent, stable, and frozen. From the start she used to blend light and color in a sensible relationship to architecture. The artist integrates into her production a lot of things that cause an aesthetic of heterogeneity and recycling.
Therefore her predilection for what has been rejected, garbage without utility. In a perspective devoid of any dogmatic logic, the artist retrieves and uses them as support experimentation.
Click here to see her exhibition in Wiels.
Below you can see the In Situ creations of Joëlle Tuerlinckx at the exhibition in Havana