5 November 2006, De Taal en haar Broekje (Language and her Tighty-whities), Tine Wilde
A visual lecture (Dutch only) by Tine Wilde on the use of text and image in an installation. The lecture will be introduced by the poet Arie van den Berg and will end with the presentation of a publication, entitled Remodel[l]ing Reality. This publication connects Tine Wilde's previous projects, dating from 1990 to 2004, with `Do not Erase ... wait for Meaning' the project she is currently working on at the Universiteit van Amsterdam. For those who attend the lecture there will be a free copy. After that, the booklet can be obtained from International Booksellers Nijhof & Lee, Staalstraat 13a, Amsterdam.
During the lecture, all sorts of men's- and women's underwear will be hung out. On the basis of association, comparison and reflection the differences between a painting and an installation will be investigated as well as the effects these differences have on the use of text and image. Exiting, slightly provoking and a bit exaggerated, nevertheless respectable and decent. It is art!
Who of you have white underwear (m/v) on loan for use in the lecture on November 5? Long johns, painties, tanga briefs, boxer shorts, underpants with or without lace or legs ... everything is permitted, as long as the underwear is white. Obviously, after the lecture, everything will be given back to you, properly folded.
You can hand in the underwear with Tine Wilde, Vendelstraat 8, Room 307, Department of Philosophy, Universiteit van Amsterdam