Claes, Axel

°1963 - Elsene (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.

Bonnemaison, Michel

°1923 - Paris (France).
Michel Bonnemaison referred to himself as a ‘professional European’. His work touched on such diverse subjects as cinema, media rhetoric, overland and sea trade and transport, travel overseas and, at a later stage, he was increasingly interested in theology. ...

Morris, Wendy

°1960 - Walvis Bay (Namibia). Lives in Deerlijk (Belgium).
Wendy Morris is a Belgian-based visual artist and animated filmmaker. Her work explores fictional, documentary and autobiographical genres and is frequently concerned with colonial migrations and histories of religious dissent. A South African artist, born in Namibia, the focus of her work has been on the two-way traffic between Europe and Southern Africa ...

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 ...

Bismuth, Pierre

°1963 - Neuilly-sur-Seine (France). Lives and works in New York and Brussels.
Bismith investigates our perception of reality and our relationship to cultural products, through the manipulation of artistic objects. ...

Kobland, Ken

°1946 - The Bronx, New York (United States). Lives and works in New York.
Ken Kobland 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. As spectators, we are invited to look and interpret actively, rather than to passively identify with emotions suggested by a continued storyline ...

Buchet, Jean-Marie

°1938 - Jemappes (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Jean-Marie Buchet lives and works in Brussels, where he studied at La Cambre. He wrote and produced his first film in 1961 and built out an extensive body of work, consisting mainly of fiction films with a slight fantastic and surreal side. At the same time he works with other filmmakers, such as Boris Lehman, Roland Lethem and Patrick Van Antwerpen ...

Downsbrough, Peter

°1940 - New Brunswick, New Jersey (USA). Lives in Brussels
Peter Downsbrough’s work encompasses sculpture, graphics, photography, video, film, and books, and presents complex associations between architecture, text and typography. Only the bare essentials remain: form is often reduced to lines, colours are mostly barred ...

Behrman, David

°1937 - Salzburg (Austria).
David Behrman has been active as a composer and artist since the 1960s. Over the years he has made sound and multimedia installations for gallery spaces as well as compositions for performance in concerts. My Dear Siegfried, Leapday Night, On the Other Ocean, Interspecies Smalltalk and Long Throw are among Behrman's works for soloists and small ensembles ...

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 ...

Van Waeyenberghe, Inneke

°1977 - Orange (France).
Inneke van Waeyenberghe works and lives in Brussels (Belgium). She studied Audiovisual Arts at the Saint-Lukas Hogeschool (from 1995-1999) in Brussels. She works as a filmeditor and productioncöordinator (multimedia and audiovisual arts) and participated in several projects of Sarah Vanagt, Dora García, Eleni Kamma, a.o. ...
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". ...

Murray, Alison

°1970 - Nova Scotia (Canada). Lives and works in London.
Alison Murray studied film at the Royal College of Art. Murray’s oeuvre is based upon personal experience and is formally located between experimental cinema, the music video, video art and narrative film ...

Barry, Orla

°1969 - Wexford, (Ireland). Lives in Brussels and Wexford.
The strongly poetic and lyrical work of Orla Barry crosses a wide variety of media whilst evoking undercurrents of emotion and drawing on Irish disciplines of poetry and song. An interest in language stands central to her work; via frequently associative techniques she researches the semantics of her mother tongue and it’s cultural imbedding and implications. ...

Lizène, Jacques

°1946 - Liège (Belgium).
Jacques Lizène was among the most productive members of the Liège artists’ collective ‘Le Cercle d’Art prospectif’ (CAP), who, from 1972 onwards, developed a considerable body of work in the vein of so-called ‘relational’ art. Their political and sociological standpoints are reminiscent of Fluxus, even though Lizène prefers to designate his own work as “Non-Fluxus ...