Ann Veronica Janssens
Ann Veronica Janssens (born 1956 in Folkestone, UK, lives and works in Brussels) questions the elusive. She tries less to grasp the impalpable and chooses to experiment with its multiple forms and apparitions instead. Janssens work is based on one's sensorial experience, the encounter of the body and the space. She uses light, colour and sound to create experiences that heighten a viewer's perception and awareness of space and movement. The visitor – whom Janssens disorientates by the modification and destruction of the known space – is an integral part of her installations. She engages all senses to render the immaterial visible and tangible.
bilingual edition (English / French)
IAC (Institut d'art contemporain)
(last copies available!)
Produced on the occasion of Janssens' first exhibition in the Nordic countries, in Kiasma, this monograph focuses on an essential aspect of her practice: the exploration of luminous matter. It brings together installation views from the last twenty years as well as essays on the artist's examination of visual perception in her work.
trilingual edition (English / Dutch / French)
Art centers, museums, galleries & varia
Monograph based on Ann Veronica Janssens' exhibition at Wiels, with an essay by cultural theorist, critic and video artist Mieke Bal.