Lotte Van den Audenaeren granted ISPC residency15/12/2011
From January until May 2012, Lotte Van den Audenaeren will be one of the artists-in-residence at the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York. During five months New York City will be her habitat for new urban installations that question visual language, transcription and transient appearance.
The site-specific installations, urban interventions, neon sculptures, word images and ephemeral works of Lotte Van den Audenaeren revolve around the determination of place and content. Van den Audenaeren shifts presence, use and context.She explores and unfolds multiple-layered perception by simple de- and re-construction of visual representation. The interventions, additions and deletions organized by Van den Audenaeren have a minimal or limited materiality, but they cause a drastic impact on their environment. Her works have a tendency to appear barely present or in the process of disappearing – like light, shadows or apparitions.Lotte Van den Audenaeren (born 1979) lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. She graduated from Sint-Lukas University College of Art and Design, Brussels and the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University College Ghent, Belgium. She participated in the Erasmus program at Fontys University of Applied Sciences & Arts in Tilburg, The Netherlands. Van den Audenaeren received the Award Legacy Franciscus Pycke and became Coming People laureate at S.M.A.K. City Museum for Contemporary Art, Ghent.
Recent solo shows include Extramuros, Strombeek, Cultural Centre Strombeek, Brussels; paper planes, Nadine, Brussels;some pictures and things i left behind, New York City, USA. Recent group shows include Melancholy is not enough...*,Unicredit Pavillon, Bucharest, Romenia; SCULPTURE, Galerie Fortlaan 17, Ghent.
Image: Lotte Van den Audenaeren, 'little black mess', 2008, 100 x 75 cm, photograph on dibond - 1/1
More info: www.lottevandenaudenaeren.com