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Expo / vitrine #128: Lotte Van den Audenaeren

LUCA School of Arts, Sint-Lukas library
Paleizenstraat 70, 1030 Brussels

Lotte Van den Audenaeren makes work in progress: word images, light projections and audio. time-based materials, light, sound & language are used to investigate transformation & solidification, in order to locate current scenarios & future possibilities.

‘Lotte Van den Audenaeren makes works that illuminate the material dimensions of time as it takes shape in patches of natural sunlight, transient sounds, swathes of fluorescent fabric, or decaying natural objects. With an artistic practice that is open to the intentions and durations of her materials, she works with time as though it were a strip of celluloid film—parsing, fixing, and editing the fleeting moment through material processes such as bronze casting, glass blowing, ceramic firing, and photography.’ (Isabelle Lynch, Philadelphia, January 2020)

Van den Audenaeren graduated with two Masters in Fine Arts from LUCA School of Arts in Brussels and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts KASK in Ghent. She has participated in solo and group exhibitions at national and international art venues and institutions including Carriage Trade, New York City (2021), KAAP and Mu.ZEE, Ostend (2020, 2021), Z33, Hasselt (2020), Kunst&Zwalm Biennial, Zwalm (2019), Triennial for Contemporary Art, Duffel (2018), AKA artist-run center, Saskatoon (2016), Banff Center, Banff (2016), ISCP, Brooklyn (2012), and S.M.A.K., Ghent (2006). Her site-specific public commissions include light installations for the cities of Forest, Saint-Gilles, Ronse and Brussels (2020 – 2021), Moore Street Market, Brooklyn (2012), the Maalbeek tunnel, Brussels Capital Region (2014). She has recently worked on projects in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Vancouver, San Diego, Chicago, Mexico City, Philadelphia, New York, Antwerp & Brussels.