Wim Goes & Volkmar Mühleis: Reverse Perspective
Wim Goes, Volkmar Mühleis, Clemena Antonova. Graphic design Sarah Tilley
Grafische Cel LUCA School of Arts, 2020
Reverse Perspective presents practice-based architectural, art historical and philosophical research on presence via images, buildings, and texts. Therefore, the Belgian architect Wim Goes (b. 1969) explores three of his main projects: the Yohji Yamamoto Boutique Antwerp, the Royal Belgian Sailing Club and Refuge II. In conversation with Volkmar Mühleis, the Bulgarian art historian Clemena Antonova discusses the concept of reverse perspective, in relation to Orthodox icons, cubism, the cinema of Andrei Tarkovsky and paintings of David Hockney. Mühleis himself is reflecting on practice and theory in this context, by two experimental, philosophical meditations.