DIPTalks #7: Photography

DIPTalks #7: Photography
DIP Talk #7: Photography
Wed 27 February, 19-21 h @Terrarium

Francesco Del Conte
Axel De Marteau
Erien Withouck

Francesco Del Conte (1988, Milan) lives and works in Turin. He achieved a bachelor's degree in graphic design and printmaking at the Albertina Academy of fine Arts in Turin. He moved to Belgium to study at the LUCA School of Arts in Brussels, where he graduated with a master's degree in photography in 2013. His dissertation focused on the contemporary use of analogue photography and, since then, he has worked exclusively with photographic film. In 2016 he has been invited by the Centre for Contemporary Art CCA Kitakyushu to attend a fellowship program in Japan. This experience turned out to be very important to his research, increasingly focused on subjects characterized by formal and socio-cultural interests. Since 2018 his work is represented by Heillandi, a gallery specialized in photography based in Lugano. His projects have been exhibited in Italy, Belgium, Japan and Switzerland.

Axel De Marteau (b. 1994, Wilrijk) lives and works in Brussels. In 2016 he graduated as an MA Photography at LUCA School of Arts Brussels. His artistic practice focuses on concepts of the habitat, urban development, the coexistence of human beings and nature and the photographic medium as a mediator within the creation process. In 2016 Central E For Contemporary Art organized his first solo exhibition, entitled As a bird dives down the water. The same year he received the LUCA Award, Prize of the Contemporary Art Committee of KU Leuven. His work was shown at BredaPhoto 2016, Studio Omstand (Arnhem, 2017), Vitrine #85 Sint Lukas Brussel (2018) and Terrarium (Brussels, 2018), among others. De Marteau is also active as an art critic. His texts have been published in Metropolis M and Tubelight.

Erien Withouck (1994) lives and works in Brussels. The focus in her work lies on memory studies; how images of the past are perceived and archived, how they contribute to a past which is no longer past but always reflected on in the present. She often uses archival material, but combines this with her own photographic practice. Recently, she has started research on home- and amateur video which has lead her to start experimenting with moving images.

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Luca School of Arts Campus Sint-Lukas
Paleizenstraat 70
1030 Schaarbeek (Brussel)
woensdag 27 februari 2019 van 00:00 tot 23:59
Basistarief: 0,00 €

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