Archive for the ‘collaboration’ Category

Sewing for Céline

Saturday, April 4th, 2015


For her solo CHORUS show, Céline Gillain needed a something to wear that would give her courage.

We decided to make a magical cape which would protect her and give her energy for her performance.

She opted for a dark turquoise neoprene and black lining, the print was designed by Harrisson, based on a painting of Justice from the Yale art gallery.



Ghosts Are Guests

Monday, October 27th, 2014


Ghosts Are Guests II

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

A few views of Myriam Hornard’s and Roberta Miss exhibition at the MAAC, Brussels until 8th Nov. 2014.

Myriam’s wax objects with incorporated copper wires which when heat up, melting the figure which eventually collapses.
Wax cast shoes, soap dog to be stroked by the viewer with wet hands.

Roberta Miss: Black hair print, Black room with soap and printed curtain (2 x 3.40 m).


Friday, October 10th, 2014


Montage MAAC

Friday, October 10th, 2014

Nancy Suarez and Myriam Hornard – Taxi Post delivery  of beautiful frame by Mathieu G – hanging – Nordine, our precious helper.


Mum’s At Work

Friday, August 29th, 2014

How can a one make art work, when most of the week is dedicated to kids, running the household and working?
So few hours available for studio practice.
And 2 months school holiday makes the whole thing even more complicated and … frustrating…
To overcome this feeling of failure, Anaïck Moriceau and I decided to make a silk-screened poster during our holiday week in Bretagne.
Our days at the seaside with the kids enabled us to collect some materials which we solarised. We gained time by using ready mixed inks which were lying around in the studio. The formula went: concentration + simplicity = efficiency.
So between cups of tea, bathing time, shopping and cooking meals, we managed to get all three screens exposed and printed.
Meanwhile, the kids played, fought and watched a few life-saving cartoons.

……The result is an edition of 10 prints. A composition of coolness and plenitude which reflected “some” of the aspects of our week!!
And every evening by 9PM, we were ready to fall into a heap.
Mum’s At Work Poster available here soon!

Silex Lexx

Friday, June 25th, 2010

Opening: Wednesday, 17 June 2010
18:00 – 21:00
17 June – 15 July 2010
at Pianofabriek,
Fortstraat = Rue du Fort, 35
1060 Sint-Gillis = Saint Gilles

Where is my drawing? What have you done with my tools?
The second episode of Silex Lex(x) reunites a team of talented artists, illustrators, architects and graphic designers in an ongoing process of works and tools sharing.
The experiment with hand drawing tools raises the question of how they shape, interfere and re-choreograph each other’s styles and habits.
If no open source software’s and computers are involved this time, the question of collaborative work, independence of production and openness to results remains.
Original pieces are combinations of layers designed by the artists, printed and mixed together with the Plus-tôt-Te-Laat Risograph.
Come and enjoy the results of this new experiment.

Combined risographies by:
Nurse, Harrisson, Lodovico Corsini, Bitsy Knox, Carole Louis, Julien Meert, Martin Meert, PICA PICA, Benoit Plateus, Jonathan Poliart, Alexandra Vandenbrande.

Assisted by:
Axel PTTL and Lodovico Corsini

Drawing: Silex Lexx: session 2

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Another session of image building for exhibition Silex Lex session 2 at Pianofabric, this time no computers or open software involved just hands and various drawing devices and of course the risographe machine.
With: Pica Pica, Julien & Martin Meert, Harrisson, Nurse, Alexandra Vandenbrande, Bitsy Knox, Jonathan Poliart, Benoit Plateus , Carole Louis with the supervision of Lodovico Corsini and Axel PTTL.
The drawings were then turned into film and printed with the risographe. The various films were layered creating a final collborative image. Pics of the results here soon…


Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Some picts of the opening….

The wall.
The prints: the images were generated with the open source computer program Inkscape. Each participant made a few prints which were then mixed together, in different layers thus creating different combinations.
In the background, the risograph machine and prints for sale.


Monday, May 3rd, 2010


What if a team of talented artists, illustrators, architects, graphic designers and graffiti writers starts working with Free, Libre and Open Source softwares for the first time?

What if their trials and errors are printed on the Plus-tôt-Te-Laat Rizograph and then handed over a second time in the exhibition place for a make-over?

Results of this serial experiment on show until June 4 at De Pianofabriek in the context of the Libre Graphics Meeting 2010.

Combined risographies by:
Manuel Falcata
Gwenola Carrere
Lodovico Corsini
Jerome Degive
Julien Meert
Martin Meert
Benoit Plateus
Jonathan Poliart
Emilie Seron

Assisted by:
Pierre Marchand
Ludivine Loiseau

Friday, 07 May 2010
18:00 – 21:00
Pianofabriek, Fortstraat 35, 1060 Sint-Gillis

Exhibition: 8th May → June 4th 2010