Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven

Country: Belgium
 

Title:  The Empty Grave

Medium: Etched Plexiglass, trovicel, oil and synthetic paint, and wood

Size: 1,00 x 1,50 m

In the Collection of: Marie-Colette Van Spaendonck





The World's Women On-Line!


Van Kerckhoven, a Belgian artist living in Antwerp, Belgium, has been working in new media and computer imaging for over ten years. In the eighties, she was Artist in Residence at the Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence in Brussels, Free University where she created videotapes of computer drawings concerning the latest evolution in brain / moral research. Later Van Kerckhoven produced video installations including several computer-aided and computer-based works. The main tape is based on excerpts from an exposé on knowledge representation versus ill faces out of an 80 year old Viennese medical book on diagnostics of heart disease by looking at the colored spots on people's faces. Her most recent video series deals with women: the way they appear in magazines, the way they show themselves, and the way one can interpret this from a very positive, uplifting point of view.

Her selected solo exhibitions include: Die Lorelei, Staudenhof Galerie, Potsdam, East Germany, 1996; De Beelden Van Mijn Gedachten Zijn Mijn Gedachten Zelf, Frauenschule, Frankfurt, Germany, 1995; Tegen De Keer 3X, De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1995; God & Geweld, Zeno-X Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium, 1995; Attributen en Substantie, W & P Galerij, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1994; Paradogma, Maldoror Expo, Den Haag, Netherlands, 1993; Belgisch Spleen, Parbleu, Antwerp, Belgium, 1993; Der Neger / Verteringsproces, Oceaan, Arnhem, Netherlands, 1992; Een Bloem Van Smarten Was Haar Mond, Galerie Transit, Leuven, Belgium, 1991; and Die 5te Kraft / The 5th Force, Galerie Lydia Megert, Bern, Switzerland, 1990.

Her selected group exhibitions include: De stad, de taal en het beeld, Tegenbericht, Leiden, Netherlands, 1997; Selected Memories, Paleis Voor Schone Kunsten, Brussels, Belgium, 1997; Fertile Ground, Elzenveld, Antwerp, Belgium, 1996; Face to Face, Galerie van Laethem, Oud-Rekem, Belgium, 1996; Different People, Ram Galerij, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1996; Art and Electronic Media in Europe, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong, 1995; Pour un Couteau, Creux de l'Enfer, Thiers, France, 1995; 320 Jaar, Galerij De Gryse, Tielt, Belgium, 1995; Please Don't Hurt Me, Cabinet Gallery, London, England, 1994; Beeld / Beeld, Museum Hedendaagse Kunst, Gent, Belgium, 1994; Ceci n'est pas une Pomme, Fundacion Carlos de Amberes, Madrid, Spain, 1994; and Retrospektieve Belgische Videokunst, MuHKA, Antwerp, Belgium, 1993.
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