Roeland Tweelinckx (° 1970 - BE) mainly makes site-specific interventions in gallery spaces or public places.
With his interventions - for which he uses daily material - he subtly plays with the environment and our perception.
His work has a high trompe l’oeil - content, which creates a slight sense of confusion for the viewer, but at the same time an invitation is to take a more focused look at reality.
The work of Frank Halmans (° 1963 - NL) takes place in the border area between waking and sleeping. In the slumber area of staring, dreaming away and musing.
It is the area where the richness of the space in the head can be used optimally.
In many of his works everyday objects and parts of the architecture occur.
The function or its form can lead to an exaggeration or distortion of meaning. Sometimes the objects even take on human characteristics and seem to be inspired by their own will.
Despite this theme of the fleeting and elusive, Halmans' images are sometimes very physically present.
They are therefore specific starting points or places.
They are the physical starting point of a mental wandering