Dynamic project explores the wide-ranging oeuvre of Philippe van Snick (Ghent, 1946 - Brussels 2019). The exhibition is presented as a circle in which the artist’s struggle with the complexity of life and the world stands central. You can see his most important works as well as those that are lesser-known. Like a suite of music, the exhibition lends colour and timbre to an oeuvre that defies categorisation.
Philippe Van Snick’s oeuvre does not reveal any abrupt stylistic breaks but consists of a meandering process of reflection in which his intentions become visible. His works are characterised by a personal note, a modest artistic gesture and the echo of vulnerability. Special attention is paid to Van Snick’s intimate living environment: his garden and house in France, his lifelong fascination with nature and its beautiful structures and cycles. He combines these elements instinctively and bridges them with geometrical interventions.