Hotel Beethoven — Scenography for BOZAR

An exhibition about the composer, his music and his ideas look at how Beethoven remains relevant to us today. HOTEL BEETHOVEN is a time-travelling musical mix of different eras and points of view.
Exhibition organized in collaboration with the Bundeskunsthalle Bonn.
Curator: Eric de Visscher
Curatorial Project Coordinator: Maïté Smeyers
Scenography: Émilie Lecouturier
Graphic Design: Spec loos
Construction: Chloroform
Pictures: Philippe De Gobert, Émilie Lecouturier
2020

Ann Veronica Janssens — Scenography and production management

Since 2018, I have been working in close collaboration with Ann Veronica Janssens on the scenography and production management of her exhibitions, as well as the production management of her works and in-situ installations.

This leads me to collaborate with the studio team (Guillaume Bleret, Justine Durand De Sanctis, Sylvie Greindl, Maria Pagkos, Claudio Janssens), her galleries (Bortolami Gallery, New York (US); Esther Schipper, Berlin (DE); Alfonso Artiaco Gallery, Napoli (IT); kamel mennour, Paris/London (FR/UK); Gallery Micheline Szawcjer, Antwerp (BE); 130IPE, Los Angeles (US)), institutions (Louisiana Museum, Copenhagen (DK); South London Gallery, London (UK); Den Frie, Copenhagen (DK); Panthéon, Paris (FR); Centre Pompidou-Metz, Metz (FR); Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan (IT); ...), and others for site-specific projects.

Pictures: Andy Stagg courtesy (1-9) for South London Gallery, London / Kim Hansen (10-17,19) for Louisiana Museum, Copenhagen / David Stjernholm (20) for Den Frie, Copenhagen / Vildana Memic (21-23) for Gallery Micheline Szawcjer, Antwerp

Vincent Meessen — Scenography and production management

Since 2018, I have been working in close collaboration with Vincent Meessen on the scenography and production management of his exhibitions, as well as the production management of his works.

This leads me to collaborate with institutions: Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse (FR); Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, Concordia University, Montreal (CA); Chicago Architecture Biennial, Chicago (US); Power Plant, Toronto (CA); Kanal, Centre Pompidou, Bruxelles (BE); Mu.ZEE, Ostende (BE); MUHKA, Anvers (BE); Z33, Hasselt (BE); 34e Bienal de São Paulo, São Paulo (BR); ...
and a series of partners/collaborators among which: Jubilee, platform for artistic research and production, Brussels (BE), Spec loos, expanded graphic design (design, fonts, cartography, urban signage,...), Brussels (BE), ...

Pictures: Vincent Meessen, Miss Interdépendances (1) / Vincent Meessen (2) for Monoculture, MUHKA, Antwerpen / Steven Decroos (3-8) for History without a past, Mu.ZEE, Ostende / CoryDewald (9), Vincent Meessen (10,11) for Chicago Architecture Biennial, Chicago / Paul Itherland (12-23) for Blues Klair, Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, Concordia University, Montrea / HenryChan (24,26), Vincent Meessen (25), Toni Hafkenscheid (27-30) for Blues Klair, Power Plant, Toronto.