The Sound Of Me

Tine Guns

Music — this thing that is as much part of our life as it shapes it. Whether we’re going through the perks of early mornings or in search of the perfect catalyst to get a party started, we all have a mental playlist for specific memories and moments. Since here at Subbacultcha music is essential to our existence, we decided that from now on, every month, we’ll ask an artist to take some time to reflect on moments in life and the music that completed them. This month we invited Belgian artist Tine Guns. Her work is one about transformation and perception. She’s interested in the constant metamorphosis we experience as human beings and the inability to capture the fleeting reality, playing with the parameters of cinema and visual storytelling.

A song for nostalgic moments

This track takes me back to one of those perfect days when I was a student: Sun, Friends, Swimming, Food, And Listening to Vinyl during Sunset. This track was the moment I thought: ‘This is perfect’.

A song for working

The rhythm of 60s pop bands clears my mind in my atelier.

A song for dancing

I just have to dance every time this song is played at a party.
Additionally,
Also on Dancing; A work of Art:

A song for saying goodbye

 

You can go see Tine Guns’ To Each His Own Mask until 11 Mar at Argos, Brussels. The screening is free for members.

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