Tatjana Pieters is pleased to invite you to 'I am also quantum' a duo exhibition with Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver (JP, 1947) & Guy Rombouts (BE, 1949). The exhibition brings together historical and new works by two important figures from the Belgian and Japanese art history. The selection of new works is the result of Gulliver's residence in the gallery from October to December 2017. They are a continuation of 'Quantum' a project started in 2015 and related to his interest in the body. Guy Rombouts is known for his Azart alphabet and poetic works made from found materials. For this exhibition he made a selection of sculptures from different periods of his oeuvre, as well as some new works made in response to Gulliver's work. Being from the same generation, they feel an artistic brotherhood that manifests itself in a similar fascination for the world. This culminates in a shared interest in the theory of Quantum and matter. With both artists, language and character return as a symbol for certain systems. Rombout's Azart alphabet is in fact a new alphabet that distinguishes itself from the linear Latin alphabet because of its shape. It thus indicates an interest in a circular world view, which we also see in the aspects of time and transformation within the work of Gulliver.