BRUSSELS, BELGIUM.- Argos Center for Art and Media presents a project by the internationally acclaimed Belgian artist Joëlle Tuerlinckx. In the work of Joëlle Tuerlinckx film, video, audio, installations and publications cannot be seen as separate categories but are porous and interwoven entities. For Tuerlinckx, art cannot be reduced sublimated into a concept. On the contrary, her work is an investigation into how art thinks. Her films and videos (a large majority of which will be presented in this show) are not structured from narrative lines, nor through parallel editing or dialectic of ideas, but from situations. Tuerlinckxs films and videos delineate fragments in infinitude, through shots recorded from unusual perspectives, edited in real-time. Her relationship to the image is the subject of the investigation, as opposed to the image itself. During the last years, argos has been digitally indexing and archiving the artists audiovisual oeuvre. The exhibition will consist of an archive, like Borges library, which cant be anything but infinite. The exhibition visualizes this archive as a complex and always evolving system of taxonomies, categories, compilations and themes, a rhizomatic multiplicity that could grow without limit. The exhibition is curated by Willem Oorebeek and on view through January 20, 2007.