To be continued… Mar 22

22 Mar 2021
Network meetingonline
Discover new work and engage in conversation with artists and other programmers about their plans and yours!

Between Us : A Number of Contradictions, Ignorances and Oddities - Kim Snauwaert & Anyuta Wiazemsky Snauwaert (c) Kris De Witte

With our series To be continued, we facilitate personal encounters between programmers and artists working in Belgium. Online. You will discover new work and engage in conversation with artists and other programmers about their plans and yours. Together, we turn our eyes to the future.

With Julie Bougard, Kim Snauwaert & Anyuta Wiazemsky Snauwaert, Olga de Soto, Leslie Mannès & Thomas Turine & Vincent Lemaître, Francesca Grilli, Evelien Cammaert, buren, Marco Torrice, Simon Thomas.

Organised in collaboration with workspacebrussels and WBTD


2 pm . introduction – plenary session

2:10 pm . two conversational group sessions with a selection of artists to talk about the new creations and working processes

4:30 pm . open session where you will have the opportunity to talk plenary or have a one on one with another participant/artist.

5 pm . the end

How to register?

Book your virtual seat here before March 20: link


Artists biographies


Francesca Grilli (1978, Italy) is an Italian artist currently based in Brussels. Her research vibrates in two fields: visual art and performing art. She uses a multidisciplinary language where the performance flows between visual art venues and performing art festivals, with a special attention to sound in all its forms and registers. Grilli has developed several projects around the concept of the resistant body. In the earlier performative projects the body was engaged as a reflection of the resistance to life, to time, to decline, in spite of everything and for everything. In these last works, the resistant body gives in to or struggles against the concept of being consumed. Present in every artwork is in fact a disappearance, which is the result ofa n action contained in the work itself.

Francesca Grilli (c) Asia Giannelli

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Evelien Cammaert (Brussels, 1986) is a transdisciplinary artist. She studied photography (BA, Luca Brussels, Narafi, 2010) and performance (BA, Maastricht Institute of Performative Arts, 2016). With a background in both disciplines and an interest for the interactions that occur between the realities of different media, she creates a hybrid language resulting in performances and immersive installations. With photography often being a starting point, she investigates the relation between images, landscape, nature and the experiencing body.A focus on our perception of time is a recurring underlying presence in her work. By slowing down the pace in her performances, or even freezing it (Slowblinking Eyes, 2013 and Threethousandsixhundredseconds, 2013), Evelien Cammaert tries to pull herself and the spectator out of our daily acceleration, in order to generate a collective concentration and space to alter the order of events. She looks for interactions between past and present, memory and live experience (Absorbing Exposure,2016), or makes spatial interventions that respond to oppositions such as large and small, close by and far away (Tiny Things, Pretty Far Away, 2016).

Evelien Cammaert

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Kim Snauwaert (1986) is a theatre academic, performer and visual artist. She worked a.o. with Richard Schechner, Rachel Monosov, Lars Siltberg, Marcio Carvalho, Boris Ljugov, Joka Raes, Pop-up Theatrics, Melissa Krodmann and Anna De Rijk, and played the lead role in Anke Blondé’s debut, The Best of Dorien B. This film opened the 2019 Ostend Film Festival and was screened at international film festivals in Lucca, Seoul, Taipei, Beijing, Sidney, New York, Cleveland, Amsterdam and Bucharest. She was also a guest lecturer at UGent. Her own work is situated at the intersection between the personal and the political, and consists of visual installations, video work, paintings and performative interventions.


Anyuta Wiazemsky Snauwaert (1989, Russia) is a young Russian-Belgian artist. She graduated from Law Academy in Moscow, before deciding to pursue an artistic career. She studied Fine Arts at KASK, School Of Arts in Ghent. Her works have been shown in Moscow, Ghent, Leuven, Kortrijk, Brussels, Rotterdam and in Hyderabad.

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Oshin Albrecht and Melissa Mabesoone founded the collective ‘buren’ in 2012. The term ‘buren’ was found in Heidegger’s ‘Building, Dwelling, Thinking’ in which ‘buren’ coincides with ‘building’ and ‘inhabiting’. For Melissa and Oshin it functions as a noun and as a verb; as an umbrella term for their practice and as a modus operandi. How their work relates to an environment (being site-specific, black-box or white cube), both physical and content wise, is always active. Through performance, video, text, objects, photography and installation they navigate ideas of community, domesticity, gender, (art) history and neoliberal fantasies. These subjects are approached with a sense of irony and humor as well as a future-oriented imagination. buren focuses on the de- and reconstruction of image and language. They approach the scene as a critical playground, a surface on which they continuously re-play. They install a sense of familiarity and distort it progressively. Their work has a strong visual character with specific attention to the musicality of text and to the way in which sound and music function as a means of communication. 

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Marco Torrice (Italy) is a performing artist, teacher and choreographer based in Brussels. His work focuses on the facilitation of dance exchange between dancers from different dance styles and cultural backgrounds, and on the redefinition of the concept of ‘contemporary dance’ by opening a dialogue with different dance performance practices then the one usually present in western academic environments. His fascination for autodidact dance artists and for movement languages which carry different histories and contents than the one of the western dominant culture, such as Voguing, Krump, Hip-Hop Freestyle… led him into an approach to choreography which combines different performance procedures: the frontal contemplation of the dance show with the Cypher, the Happening with the Participatory dance, etc. Often the actual dance forms present in his works rise as a result of an experience of dance sharing.

Marco Torrice