Chambre avec vue is a family structure that was created in 1992 by Pierre Jaccaud en Kamila Regent and acquired by Kristof Lamberigts en Benedicte Reychler in 2020, welcoming artists, writers and musicians from all horizons to a warm and supportive atmosphere that facilitates the creative process. The principle of collecting "sensitive traces" lies at the heart of the project, as artists are welcomed in close proximity to their sponsors, resulting in works that have a unique identity linked to the place and the "elective affinities" that arise. The artist residency program provides an opportunity for artists to live and work within the gallery's walls, encouraging collaboration and cultural exchange.
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Residents in 2023
Elisheva Revah Born in 1991, lives and works in Tel Aviv.
Born and raised in the Judah Mountains of Israel, Elisheva grew up surrounded by nature, art, and spirituality. Her parents, both artists, chose an unusual lifestyle going back to a slower way of living, practicing art and spiritual Judaism. Her work is influenced by ancient art, using symbols and myths from different cultures to explore the processes of womanhood and the perceptions of femininity.
Elisheva’s performative work navigates into a lost collective memory of ritual, worship, and transcendental practices, drawn from ancient cultures such as the Berber Moroccan trans or the Sufi dervish whirling.
Trained as a professional dancer, her creative research and artistic process strive to be an embodiment of the body, channeling its power, and remodeling its perception.
Kasper De Vos Born in 1988, lives and works in Ghent, Belgium.
In his studio, Kasper De Vos' collages, drawings, and sculptures built a colorful and rather uncanny environment where vibrant imaginary landscapes were deeply rooted down by everyday absurdities. A visual storyteller, De Vos utilizes serendipity, surprise and salvaged social remnants as key elements in his process. Materials and ideas are gathered on the natural route of any given day, and classical sculptural forms (such as base, bust, and body) are incorporated into odd combinations of contemporary throwaways.
Julien Saudubray Born in 1985, lives and works in Brussels, Belgium.
Saudubray's practice is rooted in a broad experimentation with the parameters that define painting as an autonomous artistic medium. Rather than accepting the rigid notions, juxtapositions and categorisations that constitute the canon of painting, his work is fuelled by an interest in blending abstraction, figuration and the objectivity of painting. In doing so, he sees himself as an artist, approaching the concept of painting from a distance, rather than as a pure-blooded painter.
His interest lies in the process of creating images, rather than in the image itself. By disassociating himself from his technique, he interprets it as a set of mechanical gestures: the seemingly disembodied experience of painting from left to right on a predefined format is something Saudubray observes as he performs.
Residents in 2022
Violaine Laveaux, Julia Pallone, Nel Maertens, Koen van den Broek, Tom Van Puyvelde
Residents in 2020
Residents in 2019
Aurélie Amiot, Marie Denis, Luc Doerflinger, Suzanne Hetzel,
Marcus Kreiss, Violaine Laveaux, Jeanne Susplugas
Residents in 2018
Violaine Laveaux, Jeanne Susplugas
Residents in 2017
Estelle Jourdain, Sarah Wilson, Adrien Sina, Veit Stratmann, Jean-Marie Krauth, Leo Baron, Elisabeth Clément, Pascal Thevenet,
Residents in 2016
Marie Denis, Amadou Camara Gueye, Rafael Garrdo, Joanna Staniszkis, Luc Doerflinger, Daniel Horowitz, Serge Valletti, Veit Stratmann, Sarah Wilson, Jennifer Mundy
Notable Residents from 1993-2015
Richard Long, Violaine Laveaux, Frédérique Nalbandian, Jan Hoet, Ramon Enrich, Françoise Pétrovitch, Ghislaine Portalis, Eizo Sakata, Luc Doerflinger, Julia Pallon, Oleg Kulik, Marie Denis, Jean-Paul Thibeau...