Kobland, Ken

°1946 - Bronx, New York (USA). Lives and works in New York
Ken Kobland (1946, New York USA) is an independent film and video artist, collaborating at times with performing artists such as Philip Glass or The Wooster Group. He retains a critical distance and poetical tension that seem to be lacking in a media-dominated society ...

Shin, Jung-Kyun

°1986 - Seoul, Korea
Shin Jung-Kyun is an emerging artist who often works with video. He has participated in diverse screening events, festivals and projects, and has received several Awards. He has technique, ability of constructing narratives as well as his conceptual attitude as a video artist. He conveys a very personal memory of military service in his work, Universal Story. ...
untitled part 1: everything and nothing, Jayce Salloum, 1999-2002 © the artist & producer

Salloum, Jayce

°1958 - Kelowna, British Columbia. Lives in Vancouver (CA)
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 ...

Braeckman, Dirk

°1958 - Eeklo (Belgium). Lives and works in Ghent, Belgium.
Dirk Braeckman studied photography and film at the Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten (KASK) in Ghent from 1977 until 1981. From 1998-2002, he was involved as lecturer at the Nationaal Hoger Instituut voor Schone Kunsten (HISK) in Antwerp and in 2009 he started as guest lecturer at KASK Ghent. Braeckman started his artistic career as a photographer of portraits and self-portraits ...

De Kegel, Jan

°1979
Jan de Kegel lives and works in Ghent, where he studied, among others, at the Fine Arts Academy. He points to his direct surroundings as the major inspiration for his drawings, paintings and video work. Confusion and astonishment are recurrent themes in his oeuvre ...

Sala, Anri

°1974 - Tirana (Albania). Lives and works in Paris.
Working in a range of media Sala’s work is often about obscurity – obscurity of images but also of language and experience – which can render it both vexingly subtle and uncomfortably immediate. The artist’s subjects always refer to a political, historical and social context, yet Sala’s visual language of memory is metaphorical and poetically unsettling. ...
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The Wooster Group

°1975 - New York (United States)
° founded in 1975 in New York The Wooster Group is an ensemble of artists who, since the mid-seventies, have collaborated on the development and production of theatre and media pieces ...

Cash, Robert

°1961 - Delft (NL). Lives and works in Antwerp (Belgium).
Within Robert Cash’s work, which consists of paintings, films, texts and photos, he seems to be holding an intimate conversation with himself. However, this intimacy is staged. He records his feelings right in front of our eyes and moulds the image of Robert Cash the artist, both colourful and darkly humorous at the same time, both openly romantic and intensely fragile. ...

de Pierpont, Philippe

°1955
"Philippe de Pierpont is a genuine jack-of-all-trades. He studied art history in Brussels and he worked as a scriptwriter for comic strips and films (among them L’Héritier, Belgium, 1998) and on various editions (Journal Burundais, Hors la Boxe) ...

Gwinner, Florian

°1977
Florian Gwinner (1977, Germany) lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He studied Architecture and Visual Communication at the Bauhaus-University in Weimar, and Art and Design at the Nagoya Zokei University in Japan. In his work, Gwinner constructs a model of a world from the viewpoint that reality and its model are one. ...
The Hamptons, Jordi Colomer, 2010. Courtesy the Artist

Colomer, Jordi

°1962 - Barcelona (ES). Lives in Paris and Barcelona.
Colomer was trained as an architect and art historian, and his work has always been informed by a sensibility for architecture. He studies the way in which the modern city influences human behaviour. He explores the ubiquity and drawbacks of modernism in the urban environment. ...

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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De Bemels, Antonin

°1975 - (Belgium)
Antonin De Bemels works with diverse media, including drawing, electronic music, photography, and writing. His super-8 films are shot frame by frame. The camera records automatically, its shutter-speed increasing or decreasing according to the levels of light it captures ...

Weiss, Effi

°1971 - Ramat-Gan (Israel), lives and works in Brussels
Effi Weiss and Amir Borenstein are an artist duo who works together since 1999. Visual artist, their work shifts between different disciplines such as video, performance and partcipatory projects. Apart from their own artistic projects, they collaborate with other artists as editors, cameramen and effects designers. They facilitate video workshops worldwide, destinated to diverse audiences. ...

Christiaens, Xavier

°1963 - Brussels (Belgium).
Lives and works in Brussels (Belgium). The self taught film maker Xavier Christiaens conceives his films with uncompromising independence and autonomy, which is rigorous and very demanding towards the medium. This places him in a line along with avant-garde film-makers ...
The Eternal Frame, Ant Farm, 1975. Courtesy Electronic Art Intermix (EAI), New York

Shaham, Avi

°1953 - Tel Aviv (Israel)
Avi Shaham, initially trained as a sculptor, works in installation, photography and video. His work dwells on man’s subservience to technology and machines. For the installations You are most welcome, Master Lucas (both 2002) and Ancient Machine (2003) he collaborated with Israeli artist Uri Tzaig. ...

Vogel, François

°1971 - Meudon (France)
Francois Vogel was born and raised in Meudon, a Paris suburb. He began scientific studies while practicing drawing, painting and animation. After art studies, he travels to the pacific to do his military service as a drummer in New Caledonia ...

Beaubois, Franck

°1967 - (France)
"Franck Beaubois is French by origin, but for a considerable period time he lives in Brussels. He followed a training in plastic arts in Caen and Avignon, where he became part of the collective Faits Divers and he collaborated on a number of interactive installations and public performances. Then he devoted himself to dance studies, mainly focused on improvisation ...