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Artist interviews

Featuring interviews with the artists exhibiting at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain.

  1. Adrien Lucca

    Artist Adrien Gary Lucca showed his works during the exhibition "Found in Translation, Chapter L" at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain. Painted by the artist, these works stick to mathematical and geometrical parameters and a strict logic of colours.

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  2. Agnès Geoffray

    Agnès Geoffray discusses her series of pictures, "Infama", shown in the framework of the exhibition "Found in Translation, Chapter L" at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain, in which each work consists of one small and one large picture. Her explanation shows the drama of her works of art.

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  3. Alain Della Negra

    Alain Della Negra on a series of videos entitled "Newborns / La tanière / Sex, Money and Gods", presented in collaboration with Kaori Kinoshita during the "Second Lives, Jeux masqués et autres Je" exhibition at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain. Examines the link between reality and Second Life.

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  4. Andrea van der Straeten

    Artist Andrea van der Straeten on her work and the exhibition [as if] at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain (January - April 2013).

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  5. Andres Lejona

    Andres Lejona on his photographs entitled "Homme-Femme", which show men and women firstly, in their real identities, and then, disguised and made up as people from the opposite sex. The portraits were shown in the framework of the "Second Lives, Jeux masqués et autres Je" exhibition at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain.

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  6. Angel Nevarez & Valerie Tevere

    "What we might have heard in the future" is a science-fiction based radio drama by artists Angel Nevarez & Valerie Tevere. The play investigates history in the future tense. It speculates the implementation of voice recognition technologies, and questions the use of physiological biometrics as authentication and validation of one’s subjectivity.

    In the framework of the exhibition "HLYSNAN: The Notion and Politics of Listening" at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain (2014).

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