Cédric Noël

Cédric Noël (°1978, Argenteuil, FR; live and work in Brussels BE) is a visual artist exploring the plasticity of information and the relationships between words and things, between thinking and its translations. His work is inspired by methods used in the scientific field of research, which he reinvests in new forms shaped by language. Art studies at La Villa Arson (Nice FR) and Laureat of the HISK (Antwerpen BE). Exhibitions at BOZAR (Brussels BE), ERBAN (Nantes FR), CAC (Vilnius LT), MUHKA (Antwerpen BE), Contour Biennale (Mechelen BE), Emergent Gallery (Veurne BE) Museum of Architecture (Tallinn BE), Frans Hals Museum (Haarlem NL)... Current professor at ENSAV La Cambre (Brussels BE). Co-founder with Mira Sanders of The Mental Masonry Lab.

Mira Sanders

Mira Sanders (b. 1973) studied Fine Arts at Sint-Lukas Brussels and is lector/ researcher at the KU Leuven Faculty of Architecture Campus Sint-Lucas Brussels/Ghent. Her oeuvre consists of video works, drawings and installations, in which a constant quest emerges for the places, people and stories they contain. Mira Sanders’ current work focuses on the positioning of objects, people or events in physical spaces and on the actual terrain. Her visual language consists of meticulous lines, markings, borders, routes, maps, plans and drawings that describe, read spaces, and outline imaginary journeys in an attempt to surpass the limits of language. In the grey zone between architecture and city planning she explores the notion of “public” space: its physical limits, narratives that contribute to its formation, or its configuration in time. 

Raymond Balau

Raymond Balau (°1957) is an architect, city planner, art & architecture critic (AICA / SCAM), head of the Urban Space department of the school of arts ENSAV La Cambre, Brussels.

Laure Cottin Stefanelli

Laure Cottin Stefanelli is a french visual artist and a filmmaker based in Brussels and Paris. Through her films, photographs and installations, she pursues a research around stories focused on characters inhabited by paradoxical tensions – life, death and erotic impulses – those resulting from the separation between mind and body. Her work had been exhibited and screened at venues including États Généraux du Film Documentaire (Lussas, FR) ; KANAL – Centre Pompidou (Brussels, BE) ; Belo Horizonte International Short Film Festival (BR) ; Kasseler Dok Festival (Kassel, DE) ; Moscow Biennal (RU) ; Art Brussels (BE) ; FIDMarseille (FR) among others. Laure Cottin Stefanelli studied literature and cinema at the University of Paris III and graduated in Photo-Video from École des Arts Décoratifs de Paris. Since 2018, she teaches at École d’Art de La Cambre in Brussels, Belgium.

Benoît Dusart

Benoît Dusart (°1974) Maître assistant en sociologie a  la Haute Ecole Condorcet, professeur À  l'ensav-la Cambre et conférencier. Co-curateur de l'espace d'exposition Incise a  Charleroi; contributeur régulier pour la revue l'art même.

Anaïs Chabeur

The practice of Anaïs Chabeur is composed of videos, photographs, texts and objects. Memory, ritualism, finitude: her pieces invite the viewer to feel time and intimacy through strong sensorial experiences where spatio-temporal lines are blurred and transgressed. The physical realm becomes a transitory space between worlds : that of the artist, the memory and the spectator, whose position vary between voyeur, accomplice and confidant. They enter a space beyond the gaze. She graduated in 2016 with a master in « Espace Urbain » in La Cambre, Brussels. She was a resident at the HISK in Gent for the years 2017 & 2018. Her recent exhibitions include « A computer does not hesitate », solo show at Botanique, Brussels, « Soft Elements of Some Violent Tendencies », Kunsthal Extra City, Antwerpen, « Where widowed objects meet orphaned ideas », CIAP, Hasselt, « De Beeldenstorm », Brakke Grond, Amsterdam.


Joachim Olender

Joachim Olender (°1980) est réalisateur, vidéaste et plasticien. Préoccupé par la notion d’archive fictionnelle, il travaille sur l’image contemporaine et les récits troués. En 2010, il intègre Le Fresnoy Studio national des arts contemporains où il entame une thèse d’artiste. En 2014, il réalise La collection qui n’existait pas, documentaire sur la collection Daled et l’art conceptuel (Grand Prix, 34ème Festival International du Film sur l’Art de Montréal). En 2018, il présente son travail au Fresnoy dans une exposition "La mouche et le diamant" et soutient son doctorat en esthétique et création. Il a récemment réalisé Le Chêne de Goethe, Film by Samuel Beckett, Artifices et Le Musée de Berlin. Joachim Olender vit et travaille entre Bruxelles

et Paris.

Pauline Hatzigeorgiou

Pauline Hatzigeorgiou (°1989, Brussels) hold degrees in Contemporary Art History (ULB & UCL) and works as a curator and a researcher. She has curated projects and exhibitions at l’Iselp, Bozar, Greylight Projects, Archiraar and Jozsa galleries in Brussels. Since 2019, she is associate curator at the artist run space SB34-The Pool. She teaches history of contemporary art in various art schools and academies, and writes as an art critic in various catalogues and art magazines (Roven – revue critique de dessin contemporain, Le salon, l’Art Mêmele Journal de Culture et Démocratie, Art, enseignement & médiation, e. a.). 


FieldStation Studio

Fieldstation studio is a local node in the international fieldstations network (fieldstations.net) run by Corneel Cannaerts & Michiel Helbig at the KU Leuven Faculty of Architecture. The studio explores architecture in relation to contemporary urgencies connected to the anthropocene and the technosphere. The collective work focuses on the agency of emerging technologies, and their impact on the cultures and practices of architecture and the expanded field in which architects operate.