Danny Matthys

°1947 - BELGIUM
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. ...

Matthias Michalka

Matthias Michalka is art historian and curator at Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien. He recently curated Changing Channels. Art and Television 1963 – 1987 (2010) as well as exhibitions on Mathias Poledna, Matthew Buckingham, Harun Farocki, Omer Fast, Runa Islam, Zoe Leonard and others. ...

Wendy Morris

"Wendy Morris was born in Walvis Bay, Namibia and for more than a decade now she has lived in Deerlijk, Belgium. She studied visual arts at the University of South-Africa. In her work, mainly animated charcoal drawings, she investigates the way in which Africa is represented in Europe, as a separate, alien identity, as a ’playground’ ...

Nora Martirosyan

°1973 - ARMENIA
Nora Martirosyan is an artist and filmmaker, whose work deals in particular with the question of transmission. Being originally from a country that stopped existing in 1992, she questions the weight and the necessity of the transmission of those personal and civil experiences on which her generation was raised. Often silent or almost silent images are built on impressions and sensations ...

Vincent Meessen

°1971 - BELGIUM
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 ...

Charles Merewether

Art historian and writer on contemporary and postwar art who has taught in the United States, Central and South America, and Australia. Collections Curator at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles from 1994 to 2004 and artistic director for the 2006 Sydney Biennale, he currently is director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore. ...
Inventur / Invocation. I have calculated ... , 2008, Ralo Mayer © the artist

Ralo Mayer

°1976 - AUSTRIA
Ralo Mayer’s cross-media work derives its form from a process-oriented mode of artistic knowledge-generation. This artist’s main motifs include the investigation of narrative structures, the study of miniature universes and the interweaving of fiction and reality. ...
epic (malhame), Julia Meltzer & David Thorne, 2008 © the artists & producer

Julia Meltzer

Julia Meltzer her work takes up subjects ranging from the bureaucracy of secrecy to contemporary politics in the Middle East. She frequently collaborates with Los Angeles based artist David Thorne to produce installations, photographs, and videos that raise questions about the uses of documents and their social, political, and affective impact. ...

Mihnea Mircan

°1976 - ROMANIA
Mihnea Mircan is a curator based in Bucharest, Romania. His recent projects include Since we last spoke about monuments, at Stroom Den Haag, History of Art, the, at the David Roberts Art Foundation in London, and the publication A wooden bicycle against a background of masterpieces, co-edited with Alon Levin at Kunstverein Hamburg. As from 2011 he will be the new director of Extra City in Antwerp ...

Valérie Mannaerts

°1974 - BELGIUM
In her work, Mannaerts extends the method of collage to spatial objects. She explores the physiognomic qualities of things, questioning the relation between organic and inorganic forms, the presence and autonomy of objects as well as the histories sedimented within them. Mannaerts works in different media (installation, drawing, photography,...). In film the artist worked in Super 8. ...

Messieurs Delmotte

°1967 - BELGIUM
Messieurs Delmotte positions himself somewhere between reality and imagination, between genius and dilettantism. Distinguishing himself through a formal dress code, poker face expression and meticulously combed hair, Delmotte presents himself as a dashing character (a double) that surprises his audience with – unpredictable and absurd – gestural discoveries ...
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