Event: Salon Light #9 at Palais de Tokyo – Paris

Don’t miss the annual Artist’s book festival organized by CNEAI (Centre National d’Edition Art Image) hosted by Palais de Tokyo, Paris. The Festival is a meeting point for lots of editors worldwide and it will take place this weekend (19th, 20th, 21st October). We suggest you to go, get inspired and get a glimpse at those publications. You probably can’t find most of them very easily!
KSAT will be there!

You can also participate to the interesting conferences that will take place today and tomorrow:

20th October, 15h-18h
« En Traduction » École supérieure des beaux-arts TALM – Angers
The first of three meetings on the project Living Archive and Art by Telephone… Recalled curated by Sébastien Pluot and Fabien Vallos on the topic of translation.

21st October, 15h-18h
« La publication comme espace curatorial »
 École supérieure d’arts & médias de Caen/Cherbourg + C-E-A / Commissaires d’exposition associés.
A group of curators launch a publishing label seldomly in association with artists, graphic designers and art critics. Artist are invited to invest the publication space by the curators.

More informations on:

Project : Begane Grond

Sue van Geijn collaborated to KSAT#5 and we were so happy to hear about her newly born artistic project Begane Grond last September. We wanted to know more about it, also because it’s interesting to spread it to the KSAT audience.

What is Begane Grond ?
For non-dutch speakers it basically means « ground floor ».
The collective is a collaboration between Nora van der Steeg – art director, Lisa Thissen – Graphic Designer and Sue van Geijn – Fine Artist.
The aim of the project is to promote and develop interdisciplinary projects by artists.
How do they do it?
The project starts as a sort of game. Students willing to participate will receive a toolbox, where they’ll find a couple of objects coming from everyday life and not necessarly dealing one with the other.
The student has to use the objects, but is free to choose whatever he likes to do with it.
Artists will have 6 weeks to develop an artistic project and during that time Begane Grond will visit them for a little chat/interview to document their work.
The results of those visits will be firsly made public on their Facebook page.
The project outcome will see the light in occasion of an exhibition at the Depot BG in Amsterdam on December 14th, where all the documentation of artist’s work will be shown as a visual presentation.
For the moment the Open Call is open only to dutch students who are in the 3rd an 4th year of their art studies from those listed courses:
photography, illustration, graphic design, film, fashion and fine arts.
You would like to participate?
Then dutchies, it’s really easy!
Just send a selection of your work and a short motivation to
lisa.beganegrond@gmail.com 
sue.beganegrond@gmail.com
nora.beganegrond@gmail.com
and you will hear from them as soon as possible!
For more informations about Sue’s artistic works you can check out her website:
This is the folding robot Sue made for KSAT#5 « Visions of the future »!

Artists: Matthias Reinhold & Matthias Kranebitter

Check out the work of Matthias Reinhold. Here is his cool website:

An interactive play will lead you through his projects.

Matthias took part at KSAT#4 « Musical Issue », where he collaborated with the musician Matthias Kranebitter. Visual artist were asked to translate into images their imaginery got through songs of a given musician. Ans vice versa.
Here below you can find the result of this exchange.
Matthias Kranebitter’s scores edited by Magnus Caverius:
Matthias Reinhold’s pictures inspired by Matthias Kranebitter’s song:
To get to know better the work of composer Matthias Kranebitter: