Rosell Albear, Lazara

°1971 - Ciudad Habana (Cuba).
Lazara Rosell Albear (°1971, Ciudad Habana, Cuba) is a Cuban-Belgian artist dedicated to the research, performance and production of cross- media projects, events and films. She is a drummer, dancer/performer, extended voice performer, visual artist, filmmaker and poet ...
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Pauwels, Eric

°1953 - Antwerp (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Filmmaker, writer and film lecturer Eric Pauwels started his career with what he calls ‘cinéma mémoire’, or ethnographic documentary. He obtained his PHD in cinematography in Paris with a documentary on the ‘possessed’ in Indonesia. Afterwards, eager to step out of his role of being a spectator, Pauwels begins to make dance videos and works of fiction ...
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Luyckx, Eddy


Created producing company Tarantula in 1995, together with Donato Rotunno. They forged relationships with fellow producers such as Jo Rouschop in Belgium and Marco Giusti in London and others in Switzerland and Paris. ...

Matthys, Danny

°1947 - Zottegem (Belgium). Lives and works in Ghent.
Danny Matthys is difficult to pigeonhole as an artist. His oeuvre comprises various media such as photography, installations, video, paintings, assemblages and sculptures. Major themes in his work include perception, the human body, European history/history of art, the everyday environment and travel. ...

Meyer, Eva

°1950 - Freiburg (Germany). Lives and works in Berlin.
Eva Meyer (1950, Freiburg, Germany) lives and works in Berlin, Germany. She studied philosophy, art history, archaeology and literature in Freiburg and Berlin. For her essay-related video work, Meyer invariably works together with her partner and artist Eran Schaerf. Searching for a precarious balance between fragmentation and montage, their videos are seldom designed in a linear way ...

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 ...

Van Paesschen, Bram

°1979 - Vilvoorde (Belgium).
Born in 1979, in Vilvoorde, Belgium. Graduated in 2002 from Sint-Lukas Brussels, specialized in film/video documentary. Lives and works in Brussels (except for when he’s elsewhere). Van Paesschen’s work is indebted to various traditions of documentary filmmaking, from ‘classic’ to fake documentary and essayistic formats ...

Suermondt, Robert

°1961 - Geneva (Switzerland). Lives and works in Brussels and The Hague.
Robert Suermondt studied at the Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Visuels in Genève and at the Rijksakademie voor Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam. In his films, Suermondt demonstrates an explicit attitude towards the exploration of the dramatic potential of anonymous places as well of his own way of looking. The boundaries between the act of looking and the act of filming are never clearly drawn ...
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Baillif, Olga

°1969 - Genève (Switserland).
Olga Baillif was born in Genève and she lives and works in Brussels, where she studied at the INSAS. Baillif’s work is predominantly documentary and it’s been shown, among others, at the Festival International du Film Francophone (Namur), Cinéma Tout Ecran (Genève), Arte and TéléBruxelles. (Argos festival 2004 catalogue) ...

Blondeel, Michèle

°1945 - Brussels (Belgium). Lives and works in Rosee.
Video artist, designer of video installations. Realized in 1983 'La dame du Lac-Lettres' a tape of a young girl on her way epistolary life and stay at the Lac Leman in Switzerland recounts. Works together with Boris Lehman. ...

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. ...

Provost, Nicolas

°1969 - Ronse (Belgium). Lives and works in Antwerp.
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 ...

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. ...

Noël, Cédric

°1978 - Argenteuil (France).
Cédric Noël is a visual artist interested in the nature of images, and more specifically in the mental processes involved in the production and the reception of an image ...

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 ...
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Van Es, Hubert

°1937 - Antwerp (Belgium).
Hubert Van Es is the pseudonym for Flor Bex. Under this name, the former director of the Antwerp ICC and founder of the M HKA, the museum for contemporary Art in Antwerp, created several videoworks in the 1970', among which "Experiments for auto-communication", which is part of the Argoscollection. Bex was director of the Muhka until 2002. ...

Opsomer, Els

°1968 - Gent (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Els Opsomer is a video artist, photographer and graphic designer. The complexity of daily reality fascinates her. Drawing from her ever-growing archive of urban images, she compiles personal reinterpretations of global reality, revealing its polymorphic and multi-coloured textures and many illusive sounds and languages buzzing through the streets and over the squares ...
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D'Haeseleer, Kurt

°1974 - Lives and works in Brussels (Belgium).
The recent work of video artist Kurt D’Haeseleer examines the impact of public space on our everyday reality. In a strategy of ’hidden complexity’, his images reveal his concern with social and architectural themes. Kurt D’Haeseleer studied modern history in Leuven and Vienna, and cinema, video and television in Brussels ...