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Circularium, is de transformatie van meer dan 10.000 m2 industriële oppervlakte tot een groot centrum van innovatie en circulaire productie gewijd aan de stad. Een plek bestemd voor productieve activiteiten met korte voorzieningsketens, voor actoren uit de culturele sector en voor het buurtleven. Een ruimte voor iedereen, waar men werkt, leeft en elkaar ontmoet.

De site biedt talrijke voordelen. Hij ligt op een boogscheut van het stadscentrum, van het zuidstation en van het kanaal. De oppervlakte bedraagt ruim 2 hectaren (waarvan 6.850 m2 bebouwde overdekte + 5.250 m2 buitenruimten beschikbaar voor Circularium). De plafondhoogtes van de ruimten maakt verschillende soorten van industriële productie en culturele evenementen mogelijk. De bezetting ervan kan flexibel zijn in tijd en ruimte, in functie van de noden van eenieder. 

Circularium wordt opgestart voor een duur van minstens 5 jaar en kan worden verlengd in functie van de evolutie van het project. Op termijn zal ook de rest van het terrein vrijkomen waardoor het project kan worden uitgebreid met een bijkomende oppervlakte van 10.000 m2.

b. 1966, Dublin, Ireland

Overheard conversations and human incidents, casually observed, often form the starting point for Jaki Irvine’s work. She weaves these real events with fictitious narratives to produce haunting super 8, 16mm films and videos. Her work makes use of the potential discontinuity between moving image, musical score and narrator to undermine any sense of linear narrative. Irvine’s work suggests the fragmented mysterious and often absurd nature of the human condition.

Jaki Irvine: Before the Page is Turned, 2011 – Chapter 1: Acid


In 2010 I was invited to spend some time in Dublin Graphic Print Studios. For some months, I hung around the studios, videoing the painstaking processes and rhythms of the print works. I recorded sounds: water dripping; stones grinding; crashes of metal; squeals of presses.

Meanwhile the economic wheel turned: a downturn. Some were crushed. Some hung on. Some were swept away. This seeped into everything.

Before the Page is Turned is a series of five inter-woven videos that opens out a space to both hold on and to be swept along.


Jaki Irvine


Before the Page is Turned, 2011

5 x Single Screen Projections running consecutively

HD 16:9

Total duration 29 mins 37 sec


Click on chapter links below:

Chapter 1: Acid

Chapter 2: Stone Traffic

Chapter 3: Upside Down

Chapter 4: Crying

Chapter 5: Gone


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A note about this interview: This interview was modeled after Pitchfork’s 5-10-15-20 interview series. I had initially asked Jim O’Rourke to pick something that defined his life at five year intervals. He told me that everything that had largest impact on him happened earlier in his life, so I agreed to have him choose 10 events or pieces of art (music or otherwise) regardless of his age at the time. The following interview is presented with these ten events that O’Rourke emailed me as headers. While we used these topics to guide our discussion, other stories are mentioned as well. Please read chronologically. At the end of the interview please find a list of 25 albums that Jim personally recommends people check out.


Joshua Minsoo Kim: Hello?

Jim O’Rourke: Hello! Hi, how are you?

I'm good. How are you?

I’m doing fine.

This is a bit funny, but 20 minutes ago my SD card got corrupted,which is kind of horrifying because I had to reformat it and I lost some—

Do you need some time?

Oh, no, it’s fine! It’s fine now. It's just a bummer because I lost a couple interviews that I failed to backup, which, lesson learned now.

Are they things that hadn’t been published yet?

Yeah, they hadn't been published yet. So I'm gonna have to talk with the artists again, and I’d really hate to burden them with that.

(in a playful tone like that of a psychic) Do I see another interview in my future? (laughter).

No, no, we should be good! The SD card is good now and the whole memory is wiped, so we can talk for dozens of hours if you want.

Oh, goodness. I see a long interview in my future (laughter).

Ha, it doesn't need to be super long.

Where do you live?

I'm actually in a suburb of Chicago.

Oh, goodness gracious. Don't tell me Elgin!

(laughs) Ah, not in Elgin, no.

God, not Schaumburg.

Ha, I live around Schaumburg!

NOOO! You’re doomed, get the hell out of there!

(laughs) Well, I’m a teacher and also teach in the North Shore, in Skokie.

Oh, God almighty! You're hitting all the hot spots. Schaumburg!

(laughs) Do you have any specific thoughts on Schaumburg?

I spent way too much time in Schaumburg. Oh boy oh boy oh boy.

What sort of stuff do you associate with Schaumburg?

Schaumburg was sort of the center of the tape, cassette noise scene in the ‘80s. That's where all the noise bands from Chicago kind of… what would you call something that grows like a mold? (laughter). 


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