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Lambert Crickxstraat 30
1070 Brussels, Belgium

Echoes of Dissent

Trevor Mathison

During the closing weekend of the exibition Trevor Mathison: From Signal To Decay: Volume 4, Argos will host an extensive discursive programme as well as a number of artistic responses to the work of Trevor Mathison.

From Signal To Decay: Volume 4 is British composer and audiovisual artist Trevor Mathison’s first solo-exhibition in Belgium. Mathison is a founding member of the legendary multimedia arts initiative Black Audio Film Collective, for which he is pivotal in establishing a sonic language that incorporates elements of dub, musique concrète, and industrial music. Alongside these activities, he also produced a vibrant body of work as an individual artist.

For Argos, Mathison presents a unique constellation of mostly new works in a variety of media. In the exhibition, he focuses on the ways in which sound travels through space and consecutively disintegrates, while adding a variety of site-specific socio-political layers to this process.

Important note: From Signal To Decay: Volume 4 runs from 27 May to 24 September. From 6 September onward, the exhibition will shrink in size and will merely consist of the upper floor presentation.

Works presented in the exibition:

27 May — 24 September 2023
Upper gallery:
Trevor Mathison
From Signal to Decay: Volume 4 (2023)
Sonic installation

Trevor Mathison
Untitled (2018)
Single-channel video, sound

Trevor Mathison
Untitled (Rue du Chantier 13) (2023)
Single-channel video, silent

27 May — 13 August 2023
Lower gallery:

Trevor Mathison
Untitled (Imaginary Scores) (2023)
Digital print on fabric

Trevor Mathison
Extended Tape Loops (2023)
Mixed media sculpture

Trevor Mathison
Ancestral Tears (2023)
Mixed media sculpture

A collaboration between Courtisane, Argos and Auguste Orts
In the context of the research project Echoes of Dissent (Stoffel Debuysere, KASK & Conservatory/School of Arts)