Stephan van Kuyk

Ed Atkins “Corpsing”

Ed Atkins exhibition “Corpsing” at the Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt, composed of two video installations, explores the thinning division of real and virtual and what this means for human experience.

Mark Bern

For the past 20 years, Mark Bern has been investigating the methodology of digital image processing. In his early day as a teenager, Bern explored the possibilities of image manipulation on his first computer – a Commodore 64.       Mark Bern’s artworks use several digital processes to create abstract forms resembling pixelated photos and …

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What's hot in Brussels?

Brussels has quickly raised as a new capital of Europe’s art scene. It’s central position plays a key role in this quick raise, its central both geographically and in an existential way, being less commercially driven than Paris or London, but at the same time is more commercial than Berlin. Or as the New York …

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Del Toro is At Home With Monsters

Mexican artist and filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, b. 1964, has used his lifelong fascination with horror and myth to inspire his innovative filmmaking and creative interpretations of otherwise conventional genres of art and film. Del Toro is known for his ability to visually and conceptually redefine fearful imagery and establish a relationship with hitherto unexplored elements of dark, scary …

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The engine of her work is fuelled by her own processes of life, which pierce her through singular and collective experiences that she captures in her pictures, as sround with different identities of transgressive femininity and those concepts around her sexuality that conform her trajectory. Through the public exposure of her intimacy, and of the …

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