Now & soon…



During the Cultura Nova festival, 14 empty shop premises in the centre of Heerlen will provide the backdrop for Night Shift – a project featuring 14 presentations at the intersection of theatre and visual arts by artist collective RaTSMoDee.

The Night Shift project follows the rhythm of day and night, creating different perspectives on the works: the use of light and darkness connects the 14 presentations. Every location is different; sometimes you will find remnants of an interior, at others a discontinued renovation or an empty white space. All these factors influence the work that is created and how it is experienced.

Night Shift is at the intersection of theatre and visual art. Theatre does not portray real facts, but fictional ones. The aim of such constructions and reconstructions is often to present different nuances. RaTSMoDee adopts a similar and poetic approach: Night Shift can be seen as the antithesis of everyday reality in the city centre of Heerlen.

location: city centre of Heerlen
date: 27.08.2021 – 05.09.2021
open: daily from 12:00-24:00
opening: Friday 27.08.2021 , 12:00-24:00
artist(s): Dyane Donk, Gerard Koek, Gert-Jan Prins, Griet Menschaert, Harry van Boxtel, Iris Bouwmeester, Joséphine Kaeppelin, Karin Arink, Laurent Malherbe, Mikica Andrejic, Peter Bouwmans, Priscila Fernandes, Renée Kool, Rune Peitersen, Sabine de Graaf, TEKENKINGZ, Wouter Huis / curated by: collectief Ratsmodee, Laurent Malherbe



Limburg Biennale 2020, Marres Maastricht

From September 5 to November 15, Marres launches the first Limburg Biennale
with: …. among many others.
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De Nacht (The night) @ de Warande in Turnhout

with: Nel Aerts, Fred Bervoets, John Bijnens, David Claerbout, Felix De Cercq, Bieke Depoorter en Mattias De Craene, Danny Devos, Brecht Evens, Joris Ghekiere, Soham Gupta, Hugo Heyrman, Wouter Huis, Pieter Jennes, Natasja Kensmil, Saul Leiter, Frans Masereel, Laetitia Molenaar, Andreas Mühe, Hans Op de Beeck, Thomas Ruff, Stefan Serneels, George Shiras, Ben Sledsens, Helmut Smits, Leon Spilliaert, Frank Theys, Dennis Tyfus, Nele Van Canneyt, Fik Van Gestel, Jan Van Imschoot, Johannes Vogl, Peter Waterschoot, Kohei Yoshiyuki, among others.

01.07.2020 tot 13.12.2020
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Le Petit Cercle Bruxellois

A long term exhibition of Brussels artists, changing every now and then at A.VE.NU.DE.JET.TE – INSTITUT DE CARTON
Opening Friday 19 April 18-21h Open on Saturdays 14 – 18h

Avenue de Jette 41, Brussels
#institutdecarton #avenuedejette #groupshow #brusselsartists

Current Residents and Associates


The open studios weekend of Greylight Projects Brussels

Participating artists: Mélanie Berger, Edith Bories, John Ryan Brubaker, Claude Cattelain, Kathi Seebeck, Mountain Cutters, Marc Buchy, Marcin Dudek, Wouter Huis, Jannis Marwitz, Rune Peitersen, Emmanuel Van der Auwera, Sam van Gils & Nicolas Lamas


date: 26.04.2019 – 28.04.2019
opening: Friday 26.04.2019 , 17:00 – 21:00
opening hours: Sat, Sun , 11:00 – 18:00

location: 11 Rue Brialmont
1210 Brussels (city centre)
Metro: 2, 6, Botanique stop
Tram: 92, 93, Botanique stop
Bus: 61, Botanique stop

Er is hoop (#Heerlen)


It will all dissapear in time, flag planted on destruction side, Heerlen 2019
commisioned bij Kantoor Contour / Dear Hunter

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Re: Out of office reply

for the coming months i will change my studio to the vacant exhibition spaces at Netwerk in Aalst. date: September till December 2018 link: more information will follow visits requests: please email



”, ”, ”, — Footnotes


Exhibition and performances March 10, 2018 – March 25, 2018

”, ”, ”, — Footnotes is the third in a series of experimentally designed exhibition formats. The show traces the act of copying as an omnipresent yet often invisible artistic practice at the intersection of the digital realm and analog world. As part of the arts-based research project originalcopy—Post-Digital Strategies of Appropriation, the exhibition serves as a test setting and working model for a re-evaluation of the dichotomy of original and copy from a post-digital perspective. Despite its culminating character as the third in a row of three events ”, ”, ”, — Footnotes is only conceived as a temporary manifestation, one in a series of possible manifestation forms. With three openings on three consecutive evenings, resulting in three modulated and reformulated exhibitions, the aim of this public reflection upon methodology is to define a realm of thought where current practices of copying are collected and presented and where their modalities can be analyzed by subjecting the copy itself to the act of copying.

Participants: Sebastian Gärtner, Ane Mette Hol, Wouter Huis, Joséphine Kaeppelin, Michael Kargl, Nika Kupyrova, Willem Oorebeek, Lisa Rastl,
 Stefan Riebel

Curated by: Franz Thalmair

Opening I: March 7, 2018 | 6:00 pm

Opening II: March 8, 2018 | 4:00 pm

Opening III: March 9, 2018 | 2:00 pm

Location: WIELS | Contemporary Art Centre Av. Van Volxemlaan 354 1190 Brussels Belgium


CARTE BLANCHE Contributions 2015 – 2017

140 contributions au 27 novembre 2017 HORAIRES : ven, sam, dim 14-19h HEURES DE VERNISSAGE : 20h LOCATION: Showroom, 21 avenue du Prado, 13006 Marseille SITE INTERNET: