Eva L’Hoest’s practice employs digital language to explore questions of origins and memory. Through audiovisual installations, L’Hoest reflects how collective and individual mental images can be reactivated by using technological means, and employs data from our digital age as mythology to create new territories of relationships at the crossroads of distinct worlds, times, and media.
Eva L’Hoest has exhibited work at 23rd Biennale of Sydney- Museum of Contemporary, Australia; Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Latvia; and Okayama Art Summit – Triennial of Okayama, Japan, among others.evalhoest.com
Residents from Belgium
Esben Weile Kjær
In his performances, installations and sculptures, Esben Weile Kjær examines identity among his own generation and explores the role of popular culture and technology in determining our experience of community and freedom.
Esben Weile Kjær has exhibited works at Arken-Museum of Contemporary Art, Denmark; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and Mumok, Vienna, among others.
Residents from Denmark
Elias Wessel employs photography to create images and multidisciplinary projects that reflect contemporary societal discourses. His works contribute to discussions about sociological and political development and the historical dialogue between photography and painting, exploring topics such as digitalization and questions of identity.
Elias Wessel has exhibited work at 1014, New York; Palais Beauharnais, Paris; and Kunstsammlung im Willy-Brandt-Haus, Berlin, among others.eliaswessel.com