Ann Veronica Janssens

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Ausstellungen
Einzelausstellung2016Ann Veronica JanssensNasher Sculpture CenterDallas, TX, USA
Einzelausstellung2015Ann Veronica JanssensContemporary Arts Center,Cincinnatti, Ohio, USA
Gruppenausstellung2013Light ShowHayward GalleryLondon
Einzelausstellung201218th Biennale of Sydney - CarriageworksBiennale of SydneySydney, Australia
Einzelausstellung2003Aux Origines de l'Abstraction 1800 /1914 – Rouge 106 – Bleu 132Musée d'OrsayParis, France
Einzelausstellung2001Light GamesNeue National GalerieBerlin, Germany
Einzelausstellung2000In the absence of light it is possible to create the brightest images within oneselfSalzburger KunstvereinSalzburg, Austria
Einzelausstellung1994Ann Veronica JanssensEspace d'Art ContemporainLausanne, France
Einzelausstellung1989Ann Veronica JanssensVereniging voor het Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst,Ghent, Belgium


2013
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Projekte

Grignan, France
In 2013 she created colorful light installations for the Chapelle Saint-Vincent in Grignan, France.
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2013
2009
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Projekte

Brüssel, Belgien
Janssens arbeitete zusammen mit der Choreografin Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, so realisierte sie die Lichtregie für »The Song«.
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2009
- 1956
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Geboren

Folkstone, UK

- 1956
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Arbeitsorte / Ateliers

Brüssel, Belgien

Janssens sheds light on how she conjures up her mindboggling sculptures and immersive installations, which are often the result of accidental discoveries - new ideas pop up in the most unexpected places, for example whilst mixing a vinaigrette salad dressing! Serendipity, she explains, is a core element of her approach to making art. “This idea of discovering shapes or elements in happy accidents ... and from these happy accidents in life or meanderings, you may notice a phenomenon, a move or a colour, and you can subsequently develop more complete research.” Janssens grew up in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and had little formal schooling as a child. She harboured a passion for light and art and would spend hours watching the sky and the reflections of light on the ocean. Her work comes out of this idleness, she says: “It’s the time of idleness that allows us to observe and discover other phenomena, to decipher that other reality.” This attention to light phenomena has persisted into adulthood and she now pays attention”to reveal it more in order to share this experience.” Her work revolves around the ephemeral; movement, things that escape. Her minimal sculptures seem to counter rationality and her installations made with mist and fog engulf the viewer in poetic, timeless environments. “Sometimes you have to erase reality, the visible, in order to see something else, to make the invisible visible.” Ann Veronica Jannsens (b. 1956) creates installations, projections, immersive environments, urban interventions, and sculptures that explore the sensory experience of reality. Her work has been shown at the Lyon Biennale, France, the 48th Venice Bienale, Italy, at the Hayward Gallery and Tate Modern in London, UK, the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, USA and at the Grand Palais in Paris, France. She lives and works in Belgium.

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Blue, red and yellow photo Blue, red and yellow 2001 Ann Veronica Janssens 
Rose photo Rose 2007 Ann Veronica Janssens 
Yellow and Sky Blue photo Yellow and Sky Blue 2005 Ann Veronica Janssens