Wim Janssen

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    Graphology, Drawing Room, 2012, installation view From left to right: Paul Sharits, Untitled 1977, Ink on plexi, 43.5 x 35.5 cm Wim Janssen, Corner Piece 2011, Graphite, in situ installation, 70 x 70 x 20 cm Photo: Dave Morgan

Wim Janssen (b. Kapellen, Belgium) lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium. He studied at Master Audiovisuele Kunsten Sint-Lukas Brussel. Janssen's work revolves around the meaning and aesthetics of media and the impact they have on our personal lives. This finds a form in sculptural and kinetic installations, films, and videos, often of a very minimal aesthetic. He was Artist-in-residence at Werktank, Leuven, België (2010/13) and won the Public Choice Award, New Technological Art Award, Liedts Meesen Foundation, Ghent in 2012. Selected solo exhibitions include: Continuization Loop, Weltecho, Chemnitz, Germany (2012); Static, 5mm, Eindhoven, Netherlands (2011); Mali Inventar Efekata, Dom Omladine Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia (2010); and Mountain, DKSG, Belgrade, Serbia (2009). Selected group exhibitoons include: Blijven Kijken, Museum M, Leuven, Belgium (2013); Lab30, Augsburg, Germany (2013); Input-Output, cc de bond, Brugge (2013); Brisani Prostor, Geozavod, Belgrade (2013); Graphology, Art Exchange, Essex (2013); Exit, Maison des Arts de Creteil, Paris (2012); Graphology, The Drawing Room, London (2012); Crossing Europe, Offenes Kulturhaus, Linz, Austria (2012); Werktank, de Beursschouwburg, Brussels (2012); Artefact-festival, Stuk, Leuven, Belgium (2011); IFFR, Rotterdam, Netherlands (2011); Graphology #3, #4, MUHKA, Antwerp, Belgium (2011); Multiple Solitudes, De Garage, Mechelen,Belgium (2010); Qui Vive, 2nd Moscow Biennial for Young Art, Moscow (2010); The Eye-Kea project, Basement Project Space, Cork City, Ireland (2010); A Video Serenade, EFA project space, New York (2010); and Time Is Love.2, Studio1.1 Gallery, London (2010).


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