Vanhee, Sarah

°1980 - Oostende (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Sarah Vanhee lives and works in Brussels. Her artistic practice is linked to performance, visual arts and literature, and unfolds in vairous environments. She creates temporary, porous, yet clearly defined spaces, in which she analyzes existing realities and confront those with an absurd, utopistic or poetic proposal ...

Bennett, Justin

°1964 - Nuneaton, Warwickshire (United Kingdom).
Justin Bennett’s work covers a wide range of genres, from (audio-)visual arts to music. Central to his thinking and work are a process-orientated approach and an interest in the elasticity of the concept of ‘space’. Bennett produces (reworked) field recordings, drawings, performances, installations, photographs, videos and essays ...

Wittwer, Martin

°1969 - Lausanne (Switserland).
Dagmar Keller (1972 born in Germany) and Martin Wittwer (1969 born in Switzerland) studied at the Art Academy Düsseldorf and at the Academy of Media Art in Cologne. They have collaborated together as an artist duo since 1997, creating extensive photographic cycles, film and video installations ...

Pfleiderer, Julie

°1979 - Dusseldorf (Germany). Lives and works in Berlin and Brussels
In her work Julie explores the border of documentary and fiction. She is interested in the shift where fiction becomes truth and truth starts to be fictional. Julie enjoys collaborative processes where different media and approaches are put in dialogue to create friction out of permanent differentiation ...

Messiaen, Gerrit

°1964 - Kortrijk (Belgium).
Gerrit Messiaen studied communication, film and political sciences at the University of Ghent and Brussels. After an apprenticeship as screenwriter with the VRT television fiction department, he worked two years as a producer for Frans Buyens and Lydia Chagoll ...

Mulliez, Bernard

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. ...

De Volder, Geoffroy

°1964 - Brussels (Belgium).
De Volder started his studies in painting at La Cambre in 1985. The teachers who influenced his style most were Pasternak, Guy Bauclair and Jacques Sojcher. Initially he wanted to become a graphic designer, and create sleeves for music records, but due to bad grades and after visiting an exhibition of Giacometti he switched to painting instead ...

Nedreaas, Trine Lise

°1972 - Bergen (Norway). Lives and works in London.
Trine Lise Nedreaas (°1972, Bergen, Norway) studied art history philosophy at the University of Bergen (Norway) before moving to London where she started her art education at Central Saint Martin College of Art and Design (1994-95) and later at The Slade School of Fine Art (1995–99) ...

Salloum, Jayce

°1958 - Kelowna, British Columbia (Canada). Lives in Vancouver.
As if an itinerant geographer of conflicted territories (most everywhere), Salloum observes the world and creates/collects images/texts to re-make meaning from or comment on. Since arriving here - by no means of his own volition - he tries to go only where he is invited or where there is an intrinsic affinity, his projects being rooted in an intimate engagement with place ...

Sanders, Angela

°1974 - Zürich (Switzerland).
Visual anthropologist and videomaker. The main focus of Sanders research is transnational migration and mobility, processes of globalization and their impacts on the living and working conditions of human beings. Her academic field research is often accompanied by reflexive ethnographic video essays. ...

Nyst, Jacques Louis

°1942 - Liège (Belgium).
Jacques Louis Nyst, who was a painter, multimedia artist, publicist and also pioneer of Belgian video art, produced a very consistent body of video work. Together with his wife, Danièle Nyst, he made reflective, capricious, fantastic, poetic or purely theoretical videos ...

Dumon, Dirk

"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 ...

d'Ursel, Laurent

"Laurent d’Ursel lives and works in Brussels, where he studied Economy and Philosophy. He has published several books - or "l’oeuvrettes" as he likes to call them - even though he’d rather situate himself within the visual arts ...

Cash, Robert

°1961 - Delft (The Netherlands). Lives and works in Antwerp.
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. ...

Claus, Eva

°1992 - Belgium. Lives and works in Brussels.
Eva Claus is a filmmaker currently based in Brussels, Belgium. She has made a number of 16mm short films and was educated at the Friedl Kubelka School for independent film in Vienna, Austria. She obtained her MA and BA in Fine Arts at the photography department The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent. Her films have been screened in various places over the world. ...

Cereghetti, Caroline

°1972 - Belgium. Lives and works in Brussels.

Brehmer, Andreas

°1965 - Ludwigshafen/Rhein (Germany). Lives in Karlsruhe.
Andreas Brehmer (1965, Ludwigshafen/Rhein, Germany) lives and works in Karlsruhe, Germany. He studied photography, video and multimedia at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Gent and design at the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Karlsruhe. Brehmer concentrates himself in his output on the particularities of his medium and his work material ...

Courtois, Pierre

°1950 - La Roche en Ardenne (Belgium).
Pierre Courtois is a multifaceted Belgian artist, whose areas of expertise include painting, sculpture, video art, and installations known as ‘Land Art’, where his creations are put in a landscape, indoors or outdoors, in an attempt to create a dialogue. His workshop is in the old Ferme de Cochaute, where he also offers lodgings and organises concerts. ...
Vidéocartographies: Aïda, Palestine, Till Roeskens, 2009 © the artist & producer

Roeskens, Till

°1974 - Freiburg (Germany). Lives and works in Marseille.
With a passion for applied geography, visual artist Till Roeskens belongs to the family of explorers. His work evolves out of his discovery of a given territory and those who are trying to draw their own paths through it ...