Month: December 2017

December 3, 2017 Arthur Buerms
Drone (M)Joachim Froment/ Louis Janssen At his school, the Royal College of Art in London, Joachim used a laser to cut plywood. Afterwards he glued the pieces together forging an alveolus-like pattern that varies according to specific zone resistance requirement (more compact and solid in the center and on the edges) and airflow requirements (propellers zone)....
December 3, 2017 Arthur Buerms
Collage IVNicolas Legein Nicolas is famous for his aesthetic use of light mixed with his dynamic compositions. With his photo collages he comprehensively portrays the entire exhibition in a couple of photos.  price inquiry portfolio
December 3, 2017 Arthur Buerms
Collage IIINicolas Legein Nicolas is famous for his aesthetic use of light mixed with his dynamic compositions. With his photo collages he comprehensively portrays the entire exhibition in a couple of photos.  price inquiry portfolio
December 3, 2017 Arthur Buerms
Collage IINicolas Legein Nicolas is famous for his aesthetic use of light mixed with his dynamic compositions. With his photo collages he comprehensively portrays the entire exhibition in a couple of photos.  price inquiry portfolio
December 3, 2017 Arthur Buerms
Collage INicolas Legein Nicolas is famous for his aesthetic use of light mixed with his dynamic compositions. With his photo collages he comprehensively portrays the entire exhibition in a couple of photos.  price inquiry portfolio
December 3, 2017 Arthur Buerms
OriginHal Baskloft The unity of the four elements is what constitutes and sustains our existence in this world. The spinning of the circular background  means that the world is in a perpetual flux but space remains incomprehensible eternal. The outcome of the spinning is as uncertain as the variety of fauna and flora. Is human...
December 3, 2017 Arthur Buerms
"Flying drone" by Joachim Froment At his school, the Royal College of Art in London, Joachim used a laser to cut plywood. Afterwards he glued the pieces together forging an alveolus-like pattern that varies according to specific zone resistance requirement (more compact and solid in the center and on the edges) and airflow requirements (propellers zone)....
December 3, 2017 Arthur Buerms
"Mapping" by Victor Verbaet  Infused by the electronic mood he proposed to intro- duce mapping to our orchestra. Mapping, digital shifts guided by architecture and music is a rather suggestive experience through which it's easy to get carried away without noticing the uncontrollable time that flows.
December 1, 2017 Arthur Buerms
A state of changeOphélie Decantere Humankind commits itself to mapping things and to putting things back in order. When you look around, you notice that everything changes all the time. How can frames and grid systems in our society help us coun- teract changes? The only certainty in this world is that nothing is certain. That...
December 1, 2017 Arthur Buerms
"m0(ve)ment" by John Janssens Tucked away in the industrial hangars of Antwerp, this borderless exhibition provides different artists with the opportunity to portray their free, uninterrupted flow of spirit. Their spirit is energized by the aesthetically appealing influence Taoism has on wabi-sabi. The artworks and their spectators are bewildered by the duality between the industrial space...