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Elise Eeraerts엘리스 이래츠

  • NATIONALITY
    Belgium, 벨기에
  • CURRENT JOB/POSITION
    Artist, Self-employed
  • EDUCATION
    2011 Klasse Olafur Eliasson, Universitat der Kunste, Art, Meisterschulerin
    2009 Luca School of Arts, Art, Bachelor
  • EXHIBITION
    2018 Ritual Reality, Les Tanneries, Centre d'Art Contemporain, Amilly, France
    2017 Viva Villa!, Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France
    2017 Surfaces, Cydonia Gallery, Dallas, Texas, USA
    2017 Sample, Zona Maco, Mexico City, Mexico
    2017 Matter of Course, Art Toronto, Toronto, Canada
    2017 Festival of Future Nows, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum fur Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany
    2016 Horst Arts and Music Festival, Castle of Horst, Holsbeek, Belgium
    2015 No Blossom No Moonlight, Extra City, Antwerp, Belgium
    2015 BlackoutBasel, Ausstellungsraum Klingenthal, Basel, Switzerland
    2014 Finale, Villa Massimo, Rome, Italy
  • AWARD
    2018 Recipient grant, Artist grant, Flemish Ministry of Culture, Flanders, Belgium
    2018 Finalist, Video and Animation, Celeste Prize, Celeste Prize, London
    2017 Winner, Public Art, Meesterproef, Team Flemish Government Architect, Brussels, Belgium
    2017 Recipient grant, Artist grant, Flemish Ministry of Culture, Flanders, Belgium
    2016 Winner, Land Art, Arte Laguna, Arte Laguna, Venice, Italy
    2016 Recipient grant, Artist grant, Flemish Ministry of Culture, Flanders, Belgium
  • COLLECTION
    2018 Private Collection
  • RESIDENCY/WORKSHOP
    2018 Atelier Calder, Calder Foundation, Sache, France
    2017 Casa de Velazquez, Casa de Velazquez, Madrid, Spain
    2016 Thread, Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Sinthian, Senegal
    2015 Gleis70, Gleis70, Zurich, Switzerland
    2014 Villa-Serpentara-Stipendium, Junge Akademie, Berlin, Olevano Romano, Italy

나는 공간 개입에 몰두하는 작가로 여러 장르를 다룬다. 때로는 인간의 개발과 자연의 상호관계에 대한 메시지를 전달하는 작품을 제작한다. 흙이 벽이 되거나 진흙이 벽돌로 되는 것과 같은 자연 경관에 기초한 물질적 변형을 탐구한다.

I am a multidisciplinary artist concentrating on spatial interventions. Often, my work is meant to be a conduit for interrelating human construction and nature. I explore material transformations that originate from the landscape, such as soil be becoming a wall, or mud becoming a brick.