Attila Csorgo – Between Art and Science

Attila Csörgö (*1965 in Budapest) is among one of the best-known Hungarian artists whose work has featured in prominent international exhibitions. His works explore the relationship between a plane, space and time. He uses art as a means to accompany the viewer into the world of science. In the interview, Attila Csörgö talked about his project in Atelier Calder and his artistic practices.

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Aurelien Froment

AF – Aurélien FromentST – Selina Ting for initiArt Magazine On interpretation – the semantics of image ST: Let’s start with the notion of interpretation which is core to your work. You have been treating the relationship between images and words in the last years. It seems that your previous work takes a more loose approach to connect…

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Jessica Warboys

Jessica Warboys’s practice employs a variety of media, ranging from sculpture, film, and performance to large format canvases including “sea painting”. Her work often departs from personal or collective memories, be it historical, mythical or fictional. Revisits to these lost and twisted memories or legendary and unknown figures shed new light on their symbolic significance in our contemporary socio-political and psychological life.

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Alain Servais – The Collector Who Acts

The Belgian collector, Alain Servais, started collecting art in the late 1990s. In 2000, he moved into a 900-square meter old factory which he transformed into a three-storey loft, located in a working-class neighborhood of northern Brussels. This is where he lives and works, as well as showing his contemporary art collection. “There are two…

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Hans Op de Beeck

The work of Hans Op de Beeck (*1969, Belgium) encompasses sculpture, painting, drawing, installation, photography, video animated film, and short story writing. It is his quest for the most effective way of presenting the concrete contents of each work that determines the medium that the artist ultimately selects.

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Meessen De Clercq

Behind the young and dynamic art gallery, Meessen De Clercq, are two men of opposite but complementary talents and temperaments. Jan De Clercq has the physique of a rugby player while Olivier Meessen gives one the impression of a fantasy writer. Economist by education and strategic planning expert by profession, Jan teams up with the…

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Hema Upadhyay

Baroda born and Mumbai based, Hema Upadhyay (*1972) uses photography and sculptural installations to explore notions of personal identity, dislocation, nostalgia and gender. Upadhyay draws on her own personal and family history of migration to express her concerns and this is expressed through the way she portrays herself in her works and the urban slums in her installations.

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