Crabeels, Cel

°1958 - Antwerp (Belgium).
In his videos, installations, photographs and performances, Cel Crabeels toys with the notion of emptiness as being something meaningful, open to a multitude of interpretations. His spatial works often stimulate the audience to interact and experience the environment on a physical level; circumstantial elements play an important role ...

Terziev, Krassimir

°1969 - Dobritch (Bulgaria). Lives and works in Sofia.
Krassimir Terziev (1969, Dobritch, Bulgaria) received a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology at Sofia University (2012), and is lecturer in the Digital Arts MA Program at the National Academy of Arts in Sofia, where he received an MA in Painting (1997). Terziev is one of the leading Bulgarian contemporary artists ...

Case, Charley

°1969 - Brussels (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels and Spain.
Charley Case has introduced words in a playful, ironical way in photographs and film. He travels intensively, which is a source of inspiration and also provides ideal conditions for working. To Case, fellow artists Dumas, Orozco, Basquiat and Kapoor are much more than 'influences' in the art historical sense. Rather, they appear to be genuine "compagnons de route" on his road to the 'symbolic' ...

Guns, Tine

°1983 - Aalst (Belgium). Lives and works in Ghent.
Tine Guns (°1983) focuses on the constant metamorphosis that we experience as human beings, and the inability to capture the fleeting reality. The influence of our memory on how we perceive images results in multiple perceptions and interpretations. Guns’ work tries to open up our linear historiographical point of view by offering new combinations ...

Bitton, Simone

°1955 - Rabat (Morocco).
Simone Bitton was born in Morocco in 1955. She lived in Rabat and Jerusalem, and then in Paris, where she has been based since her studies at the French Institute for Cinema Studies (IDHEC). She holds both Israeli and French citizenship, and defines herself as an Arab Jew who likes neither walls nor borders. She has been making documentary films since 1981. ...

García, Dora

°1965 - Valladolid (Spain). Lives and works in Barcelona.
Dora García produces drawings, photographs, (sound) installations, performances, videos, and net.art. She is interested in the creation of situations that alter the traditional relationship between artist, artwork and spectator ...

Vermeulen, Angelo

°1971 - Sint-Niklaas (Belgium).
Angelo Vermeulen is a visual artist, filmmaker, biologist, author, and activist. His research in ecology, environmental pollution and teratology informs his art, which includes bio installations, experimental setups incorporating living organisms and science fiction references. His projects include ‘Blue Shift’, a Darwinian art project in collaboration with evolutionary biologist Prof ...

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 ...

Gobyn, Luc

°1963 - Tielt (Belgium). Lives and works in Knokke and Ghent.
Luc Gobyn studied Fine Art at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, at the (UNAM) Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas San Carlos in Mexico-City, and at the Jan Van Eyck Academy in Maastricht, The Netherlands. Gobyn is a multi-facetted artist who uses different techniques. Video, photography, and paintings are all used to express his ideas and his memories of Mexico. ...

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. ...
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Van den Broeck, Hans

°1964 - Belgium. Lives and works in Brussels.
Hans Van den Broeck serves as artistic director of performance group SOIT (Stay Only If Temporary) and is co-founder of Les Ballets C de la B. He has created and toured internationally with several pieces such as "Everyman", "Eat, Eat, Eat", "La Sortie" or "Lac des Singes" ...

De Clercq, Anouk

°1971 - Ghent (Belgium).
Anouk De Clercq (°1971 in Ghent) studied piano in Ghent and film at the Hoger Sint-Lukas Instituut in Brussels. Her films explore the audiovisual potential of computer language to create possible worlds, many of which have a strongly architectonic character ...
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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 ...

de Boer, Manon

°1966 - Kodaikanal (India).
Manon de Boer (India, 1966) lives and works in Brussels, where she is a member of the artist collective Auguste Orts, created in 2006. She studied at the Academy of Visual Arts in Rotterdam and at the Rijksacademie in Amsterdam ...

Konrad, Aglaia

°1960 - Salzburg (Austria). Lives and works in Brussels.
Aglaia Konrad produces photos and videos of global urban space and her work can be considered to be a form of visual research. Over the years, she has brought together an enormous archive of images shot in such diverse cities as São Paulo, Beijing, Chicago, Dakar, Tokyo, Cairo or Shanghai. Konrad draws from this reservoir for her exhibitions ...