To un-fold is an anticipation of embrace. To be with open arms. To reach for something fruitful hanging in a distance. And so we’ve gathered objects that unfold like blossom buds, reimagining what they could mean to us conjointly, after confluence. Some of the works shown were made two years ago, some we produced in the upcoming of this exhibition as an act of colliding our streams.

We, Marthe Huyse and Seppe-Hazel Laeremans, imagine unfolding as a collective start, a gathering of our kinships, of text and image. We envisage fingertips to touch on subjects of gesture, queerness, feminism, embodiment and illegibility. A space moved by both wind and touch.