Bram van Breda:
SEASON #1: INTO LIMBO


Off the, Grid
Periode: 07—14.12.2019

The mul­ti-medi­al work of Bram Van Breda (°1992, BE) is charac­te­ri­zed by the con­ti­nuous explo­ra­ti­on of our sur­roun­dings. Van Breda’s research-based appro­ach leads to site-spe­ci­fic works and tem­po­ra­ry inter­ven­ti­ons. At the core of his work is the strong inte­rest for mate­ri­a­li­ty and the acti­ve role object and mat­ter play within soci­al and cul­tu­ral con­texts. His work is often rela­ted to the act of remo­ving, reco­ve­ring and redefining.

With a back­ground in grap­hic design (LUCA School of Arts Brussels 2014) and tex­ti­le design (LUCA School of Arts Ghent 2016), Van Breda is not afraid to ques­ti­on the rela­ti­ons­hip bet­ween vie­wer — user and he’s both acti­ve within design as well as the arts.


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Bram van Breda:
SEASON #1: INTO LIMBO

INTRO LIMBO ISPROJECT INITIATED BY ARTIST BRAM VAN BREDA. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: ASH BOWLAND, GLENN RYSZKO, CHARLOTTE STUBY, FABRICE SOUVEREYNS, CÉDRIC URBANSKI & JAN DUERINCK


[NL]

Wanneer je voor­bij de gren­zen van een ruim­te beweegt, wan­neer je de ran­den van een pagi­na opspant en op zoek gaat naar nieuw ter­rein voor ande­re per­spec­tie­ven, ont­staan onver­wach­te ver­bui­gin­gen in het werk en ten opzich­te van je omge­ving, vol­gens kun­ste­naar Bram Van Bredakunstenaars into lim­bo bracht. INTO LIMBO nodigt zes jon­ge kun­ste­naars uit om de gren­zen van de ruim­te te ver­ken­nen en nieuw werk te ontwikkelen.


[ENG]

When you move beyond the restric­ti­ons of a spa­ce, when you stretch the bor­ders of the sheet and look for wider fields to draw new per­spec­ti­ves on, you start to ques­ti­on your sur­roun­dings whi­le ben­ding in unex­pec­ted ways. With INTO LIMBO six emer­ging artists encoun­ter the spa­ce of Off The, Grid. The out­co­me of their enga­ge­ment and indi­vi­du­al search tou­ches on the sen­si­ti­vi­ties of a pla­ce and the pre­sen­ce of the artist.”

Pictures: Matthijs Van der Burgt