Jan Bokma

Jan Bokma (the Netherlands, 1980, lives and works in Rotterdam) studied at Academie Minerva, Groningen (NL) and Frank Mohr Institute, Groningen (NL, MFA). Solo exhibitions include: GEM museum…

Matthew Allen

Artist statement “Between the self and the world there exists an osmotic relationship. Materials, objects, environments and the perceiving self interpenetrate and mutually define one another through a…

Lilian Kreutzberger

Lilian Kreutzberger (1984) is interested in the ‘physical shadow’ of what Rosalind Krauss calls ‘the Grid’ (that ‘turns its back on nature’). Her work revolves around the seductive…

Filip Vervaet

Over the years, the Belgian artist Filip Vervaet (b. 1977, Mechelen BE) has developed a particularly idiosyncratic visual language. Using the most diverse materials – from traditional bronze…

Indrikis Gelzis

The processes that control modern life are defined by instrumental rationality (Zweckrationalität). Yet at the same time, we are mammals, driven by our innate desires. From this tension,…

Robert Roest

Robert Roest (the Netherlands, 1992) lives and works in New York.  Robert Roest’s practice of painting is visually rooted in both the contemporary world of new media as…

Just Quist

In his practice, Just Quist (1965) has been pursuing a transitive space, an open space where possible connections were being made. Currently, he focusses on researching a possible…

Frido Evers

The theme of a cascading spectacle of the universe, grounded in the harsh materiality of the earth, shows us our predicament as finite stargazers knee-deep in mud. Making…

Priscila Fernandes

The practice of Priscila Fernandes is rooted in an ongoing research into education, play, and the dialectics of work and leisure in the modern world. She works in…

Sarah & Charles

Collaborating since 2004, Belgian artists Sarah & Charles draw inspiration from the world of entertainment and more specifically, its invisible structures. Subjects and genres such as make-believe, simulacrum,…

Yannick Val Gesto

Much of Yannick Val Gesto’s work arises in the obscure depths of the internet. Here, the world wide web serves as a limbo and receptacle for images and…

Theis Wendt

In Wendt’s universe, the concepts ‘away’ and ‘beyond’ have lost validity and credibility. The whole world is available at a mouse click, while thinkers of the Anthropocene teach…

Lars Morell

Morell’s paintings, sculptures, prints, and installations have their origin in fin de siecle illusionism and inventions. His works, for example, the Shadow Canvasses (2013 – ongoing), confront us…

Jakup Auce by John Gillis

Jakup Auce by John Gillis (Brussels, 1972) lives and works in Brussels. More information following soon. Curriculum Vitae (PDF opens in a new tab)