Look Who’s Talking: David Claerbout (NL)
A guided tour of the exhibition Stan Douglas: Interregnum by artist David Claerbout.
David Claerbout is a Belgian artist working in the media of photography, video, sound, and digital arts, though he is best known for his large scale video projections, often combining moving and still images to unsettle the delineation between past and present. Trained as a painter, he became more and more interested in time through investigations in the nature of photography and film.
David Claerbout has exhibited internationally in numerous group and solo exhibitions. Notably George Pompidou Centre in Paris (2007-2008), MIT, Boston and Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery in Vancouver (2008), De Pont Foundation in Tilburg, Chiado Museum in Lisbon (2009), Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich (2010), Wiels Contemporary Art Centre in Brussels, MoMA in San Francisco (2011), and in 2012 at Parasol Unit in London and Secession in Vienna. In 2015 he exhibited in Mamco in Geneva and in Project Arts Center in Dublin. His work is represented in museum collections worldwide.
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