KUNSTENAARS

Hänzel & Gretzel

°1966 - Nancy (France).
Hänzel & Gretzel was the pseudonym of Daniel Mangeon, video artist, author, maker of music videos, television director and image dresser of all sorts, who died in 2000 of AIDS at the age of 34. Throughout his broad oeuvre the recurring themes are a passion for transgressive pop music and an interest in the absurd ...

Lambrechts, Franciska

°1967 - Ninove (Belgium).
Franciska Lambrechts (1967, Ninove, Belgium) lives and works in Brussels. She studied Video and Film at Sint-Lucas, Brussels. Lambrechts makes films and videos, but she also makes installations in which she combines moving images with other, more ‘handcrafted’ art forms such as drawing, painting and sculpture. This interdisciplinary way of working often has a sour, provocative side. ...

Reutenauer, Noé

°1991 - Paris (France).
Noé Reutenauer was born on 3 May 1991 in Paris. After a happy and carefree childhood, he embarked on a traditional school curriculum but he dropped out and found fulfilment in the theatre and later in film. The past years he has lived in Brussels as an exile and where he intends to  finish his studies at the Institut des Arts de Diffusion ...

Paik, Nam June

°1932 - Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
Nam June Paik was a Korean American artist. He worked with a variety of media and is considered to be the founder of video art. He was married to the video artist Shigeko Kubota in 1965. ...

Dumon, Dirk

°1943
"Dirk Dumon studied at the RITCS film academy in Brussels and he worked for the former BRTN (now VRT). He made some fifty documentaries, focussing for the most part on the sociological, anthropological and cultural-scientific, with an emphasis on the Third World ...

Lennep, Jacques

°1941 - Brussels (Belgium).
Jacques Lennep (1941, Brussels, Belgium) lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. He studied Art History at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Lennep is a multidisciplinary artist and art historian. The imaginary, according to him, works according to a symbolical pattern of “correspondences” – to make use of a term derived from the Symbolists and Surrealists ...
The 100 images are in One Second, Chris Goyvaerts, 1979 © the artists & producer

Goyvaerts, Chris

- Lives in Belgium.
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De Vries, Erki

°1978 - Vilvoorde (Belgium).
"Erki De Vries got his Master in Spatial Arts at the Karel De Grote Hogeschool in Antwerp, after which he took a postgraduate in Visual arts in Breda, the Netherlands. In 2003 he was admitted into the HISK (Higher Institute for Fine Arts) in Antwerp. His videos are poetical explorations of the stratification of a specific environment ...
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Battersby, Cooper

°1971 - Penticton, British Columbia (Canada).
Cooper Battersby (b. 1971, Penticton British Columbia, Canada) and Emily Vey Duke (b. 1972, Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada) have been working collaboratively since 1994. They work in printed matter, installation, curation and sound, but their primary practice is the production of single-channel video. ...

Leroy, Anick

°1952 - Brussels (Belgium).
"Annik Leroy studied architecture and visual arts at La Cambre in Brussels and she is a professor at ERG (Ecole de recherche graphique) and Sint-Lukas (Brussels). Apart from documentaries and films she is also involved in photography. Her style is poetic, her films are often in B/W ...
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Van den Boom, Raoul

°1937 - Antwerp (Belgium).

Vicente, Laurent

°1973 - Cannes (France).
Laurent Vicente studied graphic and web design in Toulouse, France. In 1998, while working for different computer engineering companies, he co-founded the collective video studio D-Tracks, which created several television programs and experimental documentary films. His work is featured in the collection of the Maison de la Photographie, in Paris ...

Richard, Frances


Frances Richard is the author of See Through (Four Way Books, 2003), the chapbooks Anarch (Woodland Editions, 2008) and Shaved Code (Portable Press, 2008); a new volume of poems, The Phonemes, is forthcoming from Les Figues Press in 2011 ...

Bultheel, Jan

°1959 - Veurne (Belgium).

Deridder, Jean-Paul

°1963 - Brussels (Belgium).