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Van Snick, Philippe

°1946 - Ghent (Belgium).
The work of Philippe Van Snick is characterized by extremely simple forms and by the constant use of the same colours in combination with geometric shapes. Van Snick considers a painting to be much more than just a painted surface. The forms, objects and colours he uses never stand wholly alone ...

Géronnez, Alain

°1951 - Brussels (Belgium).
"Alain Géronnez studied painting at the Sint-Lukas institute in Brussels. Currently he teaches graphic techniques at the ERG (École de Recherche Graphique-Bruxelles). His own visual, conceptual and multimedia work, however, is not linked to whatever technique ...

Schwindt, Grace

°1979 - Offenbach (Germany). Lives and works in London.
Grace Schwindt, born 1979, is a German artist based in London. Her practice involves film, live performance, sculpture and drawing. Zeno X Gallery in Antwerp represents her. Her work has been featured in solo presentation at White Columns Gallery in New York and the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, at South London Gallery, among others ...
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Mulliez, Bernard

°1970
Bernard Mulliez (1970, Belgium) lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. He studied sculpture at La Chambre, Brussels. Since 1995 Mulliez has been making films, often with a focus on admiration and curiosity for social relations. ...

Dunoyer, Vincent

°1962 - Neilly-sur-Seine (France).
Vincent Dunoyer began his professional career in 1989 as a dancer for Wim Vandekeybus, then joined Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker’s company Rosas from 1990 to 1996. In 1997/98, he performed and toured internationally '3 solos for Vincent', choreographed for him by The Wooster Group, Steve Paxton and De Keersmaeker. Since 1998, he has worked as a free-lance dancer (for Rosas, Raimund Hoghe.. ...
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Degueldre, Claude

°1950 - Liège (Belgium). Lives and works in Brugg, Argovia.
Claude Degueldre performs late 1970 in Walonia his first research-drawings, early 1972 his first oil paintings, mid-1973 his first videos and in April 1974 his first films/movies. 1980-1985 in Algeria, he starts working on 'Water samples' ...

Reijniers, Anne

°1992 - Deurne (Belgium).
Anne Reijniers (Belgium, 1992) graduated in 2014 in the Master of Audio-Visual Arts from Luca school of Arts Brussels. Her fiction film Looking at Marie is been shown at EMAF (DE), OFFoff (BE) and Cinematek (BE) amongst other places.In an extra master at KASK Ghent in 2014-2016 she focused on documentary ...

Bergman, Marta

°1962 - Bucharest (Romania). Lives and works in Brussels.
Bergman draws her main inspiration from the stories of her native region in Romania. Her portraits of the people of the Roma community – gipsy musicians, women in search of a western husband or her own grandmother for example – might be considered as classic documentaries, although there are always fictitious notes to be found. ...
Deneuve - Revue de détails, André S. Labarthe, 1984. Courtesy the Artist

Labarthe, André S.

°1931 - Oloron-Sainte-Marie, Pyrénées-Atlantiques (France).
André S. Labarthe was born on December 18, 1931 in Oloron-Sainte-Marie, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France as André Sylvain Labarthe. He is a French actor, producer and director, known for "Cinéastes de notre temps" (1964), "Cinéma, de notre temps" (1988) and "Bernadette Lafont, exactement" (2007). He is also a former critic of the cinema magazine "Les Cahiers du Cinéma". ...

Hinant, Guy-Marc

°1960 - Charleroi (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Guy-Marc Hinant is the founder of the independent music label Sub Rosa, which specialises in electronic and avant-garde music. He edited the series An Anthology of Noise and Electronic Music and wrote multiple essays for international journals, such as Leonardo Music Journal (USA), Luna-Park (Paris) and la revue Lapin (L'Association, Paris) ...

Patterson, Ben

°1934 - Pittsburgh (United States).
According to an old biography, Benjamin Patterson was ‘proficient on the double-bass, knowledgeable in music theory and history and acquainted with the crafts of composition and conducting.’ Following a career in symphony orchestras in Canada, he moved to Germany in 1960 ...

Dufranne, Nicolas

°1977 - Belgium
"Nicolas Dufranne studied audiovisual arts at Brussels’ La Cambre. He has developed a personal style in his video work, a combination of photographical and computer animated tableaux vivants, telling the story of human relations in a dark way and at a slow pace of their own, without any specification of time or place ...

Kötter, Daniel

°1975 - Bergisch Gladbach (Germany). Lives and works in Berlin.
Daniel Kötter is a director and video artist whose work oscillates deliberately between different media and institutional contexts, combining techniques of structuralist film with documentary elements and experimental music theater. His work has been shown in numerous galleries, video festivals, concert halls and theatres all over the world. ...

Heidsieck, Bernard

°1928 - Paris (France).
Bernard Heidsieck, a multimedia poet, finds his origins in action poetry and is one of the cofounders of sound poetry together with Henri Chopin, when, in 1959, they started to use recorders and microphones not simply as reproductive tools but as transformative mixing devices. Heidsieck published his first book of poems in 1955 and shortly afterwards he started his first recording experiences ...

Salloum, Jayce

°1958 - Kelowna, British Columbia (Canada). Lives in Vancouver.
Jayce Salloum is the grandson of Lebanese immigrants; the 1975 outbreak of the Lebanese Civil War is a pivotal element in his artistic practice. He studied the historical, social and cultural elements that constitute representation and reflects on the blurred aspects of the (Lebanese) post-colonial condition: life in between the polarities of culture, geography, history and ideology ...

Entwistle, Redmond

°1970 - London (United Kingdom). Lives and works in New York.
Redmond Entwistle's works employ both documentary and abstract modes of filmmaking, often investigating histories of social displacement. Drawing on the unreliability of the filmic medium and the subjective quality of recollection, the relationship between place and memory is a theme that recurs in his moving image practice ...

Ferrari, Luc

°1929 - Paris (France).