Who is this artist? When do you call an artist an ‘artist’? What is important in art? And where does the art starts? Capturing the artist as a human, a portrait of a man/woman, trapped in his/her own head, creating and producing new work. Killing your darlings. Thinking and overthinking. A fragment of the imagination.
I am capturing this moment of one’s live. Not only the atelier of the artist, but also the atelier of the human behind it. A person, with a story. Events occuring spontanously. Stories being told, trying to define this archetype. What is his/her perspective, or goal? And how does this translate to the world?
Uniquely handcrafted creations from her never ending creative chaos. Tipsy Gypsee’s Treasures creates unique jewellery pieces made from macramé techniques and precious stones.
Creative workshops and sewing classes, the craftswoman of Atelier Gestikt is passionated about making clothes, accessories, up cycling, crocheting, punch needle, macramé and designing jewellery.
SKAWAGER is an ongoing art project by the Belgian artists duo Raf Veulemans and Miraschi since 2012.
Both artists share a deep concern for the state of the world and more specifically the conditions of nature and environment, and this is deeply grounded into their work.
The Belgian visual artist Ief Spincemaille’s artistic journey spans visual art, design, media art, photography and performance. He works in bicycle factories, prisons, housing estates, etc. Exploring the boundaries of his field of work (that of the arts), he plays with its existing frameworks and shapes. Not just for the joy of playing a formal game, but out of a need for new forms that better respond to his imagination and the challenges of our modern world. Together with his collaborators he realizes various projects from Atelier Ief Spincemaille.
Esther Van Schuylenbergh is a Belgian designer with a Master’s degree in Textile Design from KASK School of Arts in Ghent. Shortly after graduating in 2014, she founded her own design studio where she focuses on the development of woven interior textiles. She has since been working with a wide range of manufacturers to develop woven textile collections for furnishings, curtains, floorings and wall coverings..
Working together with artists, creates a very special bubble. We motivate and inspire each other.
We work at your home/atelier, we can use fixed light and macro lenses to define your product precisely. The whole process of the photoshooting is as important as the final images. We can unfold your personal creative story.
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