What if you could hear van Eyck, rather than see him? What if his works are not meant for viewing, but form diagrams that capture sound?

Van Eyck elevates vision to the most problematic sense: what you think you see is really fantasy of your hearing. The figures depicted in his works do not see, but they hear all the more. As if Van Eyck managed to convert the invisibility of noise and sound into deceptive apparitions.

Björn Schmelzer, artistic director of GRAINDELAVOIX, and four of his signers as well as light and sound virtuosos Koen Broos, Margarida Garcia and Alex Fostier explore the audible internal dimension of the revolutionary Flemish master.