Grimonprez, Johan

°1962 - Roeselare (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Johan Grimonprez studied Photography and Mixed Media at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent (Belgium), and Film and Mixed Media at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He took part in the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in New York and a post graduate course at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht (The Netherlands) ...

Provost, Nicolas

°1969 - Ronse (Belgium). Lives and works in New York (USA).
Nicolas Provost’s oeuvre, shown with notable success at international film festivals in recent years, has been described as a working-off of the filmic codes of narrative cinema ...

Lehman, Boris

°1944 - Lausanne (Switzerland). Lives and works in Brussels.
Boris Lehman is a giant in the world of Belgian cinema. Since the 1960s, his work as film-maker and critic, as well as his collaborative work with his friends and colleagues, has explored his own life, and significant people and places, choosing to write, produce, film and sometimes act in his films himself. Through these deeply personal works, he reveals an element of ourselves to us. ...

Bergman, Marta

°1962 - Bucharest (Romania). Lives and works in Brussels.
Bergman draws her main inspiration from the stories of her native region in Romania. Her portraits of the people of the Roma community – gipsy musicians, women in search of a western husband or her own grandmother for example – might be considered as classic documentaries, although there are always fictitious notes to be found. ...
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The Atlas Group

°1999
The Atlas Group is a project established in Beirut in 1999 to research and document the contemporary history of Lebanon. The Atlas Group locates, preserves, studies and produces audio, visual, literary and other documents that shed light on this history. The documents are preserved in The Atlas Group Archive which is located in Beirut and New York ...
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Stern, Eddo

°1972 - Tel Aviv (Israel). Lives in Los Angeles.
Eddo Stern lives and works in Los Angeles. He studied visual arts, new media and computer sciences at the University of California (Santa Cruz) and at the California Institute of the Arts (Valencia, USA). At the Design Media Arts Department of UCLA he teaches courses on game design and culture; computer game development; and physical computing in an art context ...

Entwistle, Redmond

°1970 - London (United Kingdom). Lives and works in New York.
Redmond Entwistle's works employ both documentary and abstract modes of filmmaking, often investigating histories of social displacement. Drawing on the unreliability of the filmic medium and the subjective quality of recollection, the relationship between place and memory is a theme that recurs in his moving image practice ...

Dietvorst, Els

°1964 - Kapellen (Belgium). Lives and works in Duncormick.
Els Dietvorst (Belgium) lives and works in Duncormick, Ireland and Brussels, Belgium. She studied at Sint-Lucas in Antwerp and obtained a Master's degree in Fine Art at Sint-Lucas in Brussels. She is an artist with a great interest in communication, collaboration and social conflicts. Themes that are dominant in her work are the outsider, the condition humaine and utopia ...

Meessen, Vincent

°1971 - Baltimore (United States). Lives and woks in Brussels.
The work of Vincent Meessen riddles, in the best sense. The way in which his projects connect forms of the documentary with performance and fictional elements makes them immune to all simple categorization ...
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Israël, Thomas

°1975 - Brussels (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
The Brussels-based multimedia artist Thomas Israël proposes immersive, interactive works in the form of video installations, sculptures and performances. Having begun his career in theatre, his atypical approach to digital arts revolves around the themes of the body, time and the subconscious ...

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 ...

Heremans, Sandra

°1989 - Rwanda
Sandra Heremans is art historian and filmmaker. She received a MA in Art History in Social and Cultural Anthropology. In her Master theses, she focused on the power and representation of the symbol in the art theory of Aby Warburg. Heremans later discovered experimental film and made her first short The Yellow Mazda and His Holiness (2018). ...

de La Casinière, Joëlle

°1944 - Casablanca
Joëlle de La Casinière (1944, Casablanca, Morocco) lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. She is continually educating herself in graphic poetry on various kinds of supports (canvas, paper, film, magnetic tape, optical disc). All her videos have in common that they do not research what television transmits, but how it transmits it ...
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Dujourie, Lili

°1941 - Roeselare (Belgium).
Lili Dujourie (1941, Roeselare, Belgium) lives and works in Belgium. In her work, Dujourie plays with the sensuality and immediacy of materials, emphasizes the performative aspect of the artwork, investigates the relationship between nature and culture, and gives decorative and ornamental elements a central role ...

Vromman, Jan

°1958 - Wingene (Belgium).
The media used by the socially-focused artist Jan Vromman includes both video documentaries as well as text, theatre, fiction films and, more recently, multimedia projects. The choices of Vromman are not defined by the primary amazement of all that is exotic, but by his own experience and the things he is familiar with. ...