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Exhibition reflects on the issue of the artistic creation process within a situation of residency
Emmanuelle Quertain, To much cake to swallow, Painting on wall, 2013.
BRUSSELS.- Monika Stricker is a 'Cadavre Exquis', an exquisite corpse. When Monika Stricker wakes up she is not alone.

Monika Stricker is a defiant typeface, subversive through obedience. Monika Stricker is a sound, strong, critical, hard, beautiful and smart.

Monika Stricker is some thing yet unmade to meet the charge. Monika Stricker is in Possession of MONICKER STRICKER.

Monika Stricker didn't refuse, nor did she do what was expected of her, the irreducibility of its nomination

Monika Stricker is an attempt to fruitfully stage the representational value of the figure MONIKA STRICKER in a wider perspective.

Monika Stricker contains a Japanese-ish aspect... though Stricker is not at all (we'd make it Su-to-rikkaa)

Monika Stricker is a gift, too much cake to swallow.

Monika Stricker is not Monika Stricker, Robin Vanbesien, Jutta Zimmermann, G.Küng, Emmanuelle Quertain, Bavo Olbrecht, Cambyse Naddaf, Andre Tehrani, Axelle Stiefel, Egle Budvytyte, Bart Groenendaal, Yuki Okumura, Willem Oorebeek

Named after the young German artist currently in residency at WIELS – Monika Stricker, who is staying at the CAB during this time, the coming exhibition hosted at the CAB, with the commissioning help of WIELS, will reflect on the issue of the artistic creation process within a situation of residency.

How do the collective and individual aspects interact within the common space of an artistic residency? What are the challenges linked to the presence of a group when creating a work of art supposed to embody an intimate and singular form of expression for the artist? How to accept the others and their research as inevitable resources for your own work? The 11 residents of WIELS will try to answer those questions through the MONIKA STRICKER exhibition, opening in September at the CAB.

During the exhibition, the artist Monika Stricker therefore becomes an object, or rather a subject, a substitute to the individual creation of her various co-residents. The MONIKA STRICKER exhibition becomes a place where the experience of residency turns into a confrontation with others. Where the presence of others is a necessity and the initiator of artistic creation.

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