To accompany its launch, the Trinkhall is publishing four small books; the first in a long series. They will not serve as a general catalogue of the artworks in the collection: they may be consulted at the museum or taken home, with additional notes in the inventory soon available on the museum’s website. Four small books: they will be four different enthusiastic and attentive perspectives joining forces to explain the meaning of the concept of Situated Arts, its uses, its style, its various digressions, the questions it raises - and the answers it suggests, without ever imposing them. Four small books, written and coordinated by Carl Havelange, Lucienne Strivay, Amandine Servais and Maud Hagelstein: one will be the manifesto of Situated Arts and the museum’s policy that we are implementing; the second will be based around the central theme of the face and the opening exhibitions; the third will tell the Créahm’s story through the eyes of its founder; the final one will repeat, in its own way, the joy of thinking freely among the museum’s artworks.
Carl HAVELANGE, Voir avec. Le Trinkhall et les arts situés.
Lucienne STRIVAY, Perdre avec. De la première image à l’énigme irrésolue.
Luc BOULANGÉ (in collaboration with Amandine SERVAIS), Être avec. Une histoire du Créahm.
Maud HAGELSTEIN, Faire avec. Palabres au Trinkhall.