Paul de Moor wrote a book about decreasing memory in response to the photos of Karin Borghouts of her burned parental home.
‘How do I remember my house? I’m not sure I want to. The house is a black painting that fits precisely in my head. I can see it now. The frame of the painting is black. The canvas is black. The hot breath of the fire has painted black blisters on the canvas.’
‘Mijn huis dat was’, written by Paul de Moor with 24 photographs of Karin Borghouts, published by Ludion in June 2015, graphic design by Leen Depooter, Quod._voor de vorm
€ 19,95, 72 pp., 26,5 x 21,5 cm, Hardcover, Dutch, ISBN 978-94-9181-931-5
Bookpresentation on Sunday June 14, 11 am, Museum Dr. Guislain, Ghent, BE
Solo exhibition The house in Museum Dr. Guislain, June 12 - August 30, 2015
The artist publication The house by Karin Borghouts, published by The Eriskay Connection in 2014 is sold out. Only some special and numbered editions with an archival pigment print are still available.
Book 'Mijn huis dat was', written by Paul de Moor, photography Karin Borghouts, published by Ludion in June 2015
Bookpresentation on Sunday June 14, 11 am, Museum Dr. Guislain, Ghent, BE (photo Jens Compernolle)