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Untitled (Martin Mac 2000 performance), 2009-2011

9′ loop
Programmed b/w light projection, beamer Martin Mac 2000 Performance, DMX recorder, RetroScreen Grey relast, PVC

Luminous beams are inscribed, by back projection, on a large screen crossing the gallery space. They produce a rapid, almost hypnotic pulsation, liable to provoke retinal persistence in the eye of the viewer.


Untitled (Martin Mac 2000 performance), 2009-2011

9′ loop
Programmed b/w light projection, beamer Martin Mac 2000 Performance, DMX recorder, RetroScreen Grey relast, PVC

Luminous beams are inscribed, by back projection, on a large screen crossing the gallery space. They produce a rapid, almost hypnotic pulsation, liable to provoke retinal persistence in the eye of the viewer.


Bluette, 2006

ø 120 cm
6 light projectors, artificial mist


News: sovereigns at 17:25, 2005

space filled with artificial mist


Lee 121, 2005

space filled with artificial mist


Freak Star, 2004

8 light projectors, artificial mist


Untitled, 2003

tennis wall made of rheodynamic concrete
Middelheim Museum, Antwerpen


Jamaican Colors for Melle Léone, 2003

space filled with artificial mist


Bikes, 2001

bicycles with aluminium wheelcaps
Neuenationalgalerie, Berlin


Blue, red and yellow, 2001

350 x 900 x 450 cm
Neuenationalgalerie, Berlin

The transparent panels that make up the pavilion are covered with coloured film. When the artificial fog invades the space, the primary colours intermingle, which results in new configurations and sensations. Colour is rarely autonomously experienced. Yet in this installation, colour can be caught in a state of suspension, when both surface and depth disappear.


Blue, red and yellow, 2001

350 x 900 x 450 cm
Neuenationalgalerie, Berlin


Blue, red and yellow, 2001

350 x 900 x 450 cm
Neuenationalgalerie, Berlin


Untitled (Martin Mac 2000 performance), 2009-2011

9′ loop
Programmed b/w light projection, beamer Martin Mac 2000 Performance, DMX recorder, RetroScreen Grey relast, PVC

Luminous beams are inscribed, by back projection, on a large screen crossing the gallery space. They produce a rapid, almost hypnotic pulsation, liable to provoke retinal persistence in the eye of the viewer.