Disorient, Laurent Van Lancker, 2010 © the artist & producer

Aigner, Florence

°1975 - Luxembourg. Lives and works in Brussels.
With an academic background in Refugee Studies, Aigners artistic practice focuses on issues related to memory, belonging and the material culture of people in exile. Through participatory processes, she is creating situations from which narratives and images can emerge. As a filmmaker she collaborated with Laurent Van Lancker on 'Surya' and 'disorient'. ...

Arthur, Rebecca Jane

°1984 - Edinburgh, Scotland (United Kingdom).
Rebecca Jane Arthur (b.1984, Edinburgh) is a visual artist working predominantly with the moving image and writing. Her works often revolve around portraits of people and places, and her interest lies in personal stories that depict a socio-political context and history. Arthur obtained her MA in Fine Arts at KASK, Ghent, in 2017 ...
Aubier & Patar, UFO's boven Geel, 1999. © the artists

Aubier, Stéphane

°1964 - Verviers (Belgium).
"Stéphane Aubier studied together with Vincent Patar visual arts at La Cambre, where they had previously been engaged in animation sequences, and they spent some time in Disney animation-training in the US ...

Ashley, Robert

°1930 - Ann Arbor, Michigan (United States).
A distinguished figure in American contemporary music, Robert Ashley holds an international reputation for his work in new forms of opera and multi-disciplinary projects. His recorded works are acknowledged classics of language in a musical setting. He pioneered opera-for-television. ...
Media Burn, Ant Farm, 1975-2003. Courtesy Electronic Art Intermix (EAI), New York

Ant Farm

°1968 - San Francisco (United States).
Ant Farm was founded as an architecture and design group in 1968 by Doug Michels and Chip Lord, who were soon joined by Curtis Schreier, Hudson Marquez, and W. Douglas Hurr. Other members came and went over the years. The collective, whose base shifted between San Francisco and Houston, saw themselves as part of the cultural underground ...

André, Marie

°1951 - Brussels (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Narrative fiction and documentation of performing arts are central to Marie André’s work. The Belgium artist often shows her fascination with the eloquence and significance of everyday gestures, particularly those of women that her work magically captures through the postmodern choreography of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. ...

Augustijnen, Sven

°1970 - Mechelen (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Sven Augustijnen (°1970 in Mechelen) studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, the Hoger Sint-Lukas Instituut in Brussels, and at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht. His work concentrates mainly on the tradition of portraiture and the porous boundaries between fiction and reality, using a hybrid of genres and techniques to disorienting effect ...
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Albers, Beatrijs

°1959 - Leuven (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Albers' work questions the underlying structures of social reality and the way in which reality is codified. The artist conceives her many journeys as a literal activity and also a mental exploration into contents and disentanglement of interests with the aims of founding her art with objective and autobiographical elements. ...

Acconci, Vito

°1940 - Bronx, New York (United States). Lives and works in Brooklyn.
Vito Acconci's early work focussed on fiction and poetry, but by the late 1960s and early 1970s he had started to engage in performances, take photographs, and make films and videos, becoming one of the major performance artists of his generation ...

Asselberghs, Herman

°1962 - Mechelen (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Herman Asselberghs practices a cinema of the possible, not one of reality. In a commentary on and a resistance to the tyranny of the absolute spectacle he explores the spaces in between, where (conscious) being is still in full development, where hardening has not yet set in ...

Ahriman, Enrique

°1944 - Cesena (Italy).
Enrique Ahriman was an actor, painter, photographer, theater director; teacher, lover of rhetoric, television, radio, painting and internet. This multidisciplinary worked with different mediums to achieve eccentric sets to present a new way of being an artist, a new model a direct consequence of the industrialization process of art and new technologies. ...

Avdal, Heine

°1970 - Norway. Lives and works in Oslo and Brussels.
Dancer and choreographer Heine R. Avdal's work revolves mainly around questions of space and its perception, information processing and replication. In his and his company's deepblue performances all elements - video, sound, light, performers, audience - are treated equally as a whole. ...
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Arazi, Simon

°1971 - Beirut (Libanon). Lives and works in Brussels.
Arazi's video documentaries reflect on the 'doctrine of propaganda' and 'culture of persuasion'; using various collage techniques to reveal known or hidden ‘truths'. Many of them question ‘truth value’ and that the borderline between documentary and fiction, or reality and fantasy is often becoming hard to distinguish. ...

Augustijnen, Koen

°1967 - Mechelen (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
As a dancer and choreographer, being part of the dance company 'Les Ballets C de la B', Augustijnen is interested in the constant interaction between music and bodies, specially the connection between the contemporary dance with baroque music, wishing to invoke what baroque theorists called "the passions" of the cultural forces that shape the uses and experiences of our bodies. ...