There is nothing better than walking through galleries on a lazy and hot day. Not far away but in your hometown. Being a tourist in your hometown always brings you surprising things like good expositions. The last free, lazy and hot day I went to the local centrum for actual art, Z33. Paper-Scissors-Stone is the first big solo exhibition of Leon Vranken.
In his work we see a game (Stone beats scissors, scissors beats paper and paper beats stone) with materials. He cuts through buildings, objects and two-dimensional elements. Sculptures are out of balance. At the end, there is only the essence, the line, just like the outcome of the game, unpredictable.