Buildering : Misbehaving the City
Cincinnati (US), 2014 - Houston (US), 2014

Subject Nimègue (NL), 2014
NY-LUX Luxembourg (LU), 2014
Shots Nancy (FR), 2013
Eldadoro Maximum Strasbourg (FR), 2013
Horsd'oeuvre collection
...Annemasse (FR), 2011 - Dijon (FR), 2012
...Lyon (FR), 2013 - La Motte-Servolex (FR), 2014

Rubbing Glances #3 Nancy (FR), 2011
infra muros Grenoble (FR), 2011
Celebration Berlin (DE), 2010
Géométrie Inversée Marseille (FR), 2010



Paysages Variations 2014
Alum 2014
NY-LUX 2014
Art & architecture 2013
Une décennie Octave Cowbell 2012
Edward Steichen Award 2011
The German Wall 2011
Maisons en kit 2011
Rubbing Glances #2 2011
Issue : Land 2010
5 ans de la Galerie HO 2010
Skulpturenpark 2010
Urban Interventions 2010
Space thinks 2009
Spacecraft 2 2009
Interventions en territoires flottants 2008



Subject - Gesprek Nijmegen (NL), 2014
L'envers de la ville Dijon (FR), 2014
A l'intérieur de la ville Nancy (FR), 2013
Manèges : Paysage urbain Versailles (FR), 2012
Good Game Aix-en-Provence (FR), 2010


June 5, 2014


The power of a way of thinking has above all to do with its ability to move

Curator Stijn Van Dorpe

> exhibition from June 13, to June 29, 2014

Artists : Etienne Boulanger, Edwin Stolk, Gerard Koek, Jasiek Mischke


Expoplu (Paraplufabriek)
Van Oldenbarneveltstraat 63-A

6512 AT, Nijmegen, the Netherlands


The Expoplu Foundation, created in the 80's, is a place where artists can experiment. The investigative approach is at the heart of an extensive program in which the interactions between visual art and other disciplines is essential.
Expoplu encourages research and seeks to promote various forms of expression : exhibitions, interactive projects, happenings and events. Publications, conferences, debates or work presentations are offered to encourage the public to actively participate.

"In this annual programme of Expoplu, we start looking for the mechanisms that exist in the art field that are connected to the social, societal and political environment, on the basis of the following analytical questions: ‘What is art today?’, ‘Which mechanisms can counter the prevailing political, moral, social practices that are prevalent in our society today, and that create the specific constraints in which we are forced to operate?’.

We approach these principles not in a thematic sense, but rather investigate how artists incorporate these issues within the very language of their work. For this purpose, we propose three central concepts that each will serve as the basis for an exhibition, including space, time and subject. These elements are inextricably linked together, are used as the artificial framework of the exhibition, act as a pretext. It is in the end the artists who, through their artworks, juxtapose and make visible new, beautiful, and layered worlds.

The "Subject" project focuses on the critical, nuanced, conscious, playful, ambiguous relationship of the artist and these various subject positions. "

Intention note by Stijn Van Dorpe