Anouk De Clercq explores the potential of audiovisual language to create possible worlds. Her recent work is based on the utopian idea of ‘radical empathy’.

Her work has been shown in Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, MAXXI, Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève, BOZAR, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Berlinale, Ars Electronica, among others. She has received several awards, including the Illy Prize at Art Brussels in 2005 and a Prix Ars Electronica Honorary Mention in 2014.

She is a founding member of Auguste Orts, On & For Production and Distribution and initiator of Monokino. She is affiliated to the School of Arts University College Ghent as a visiting professor.

Anouk De Clercq is the author of Where is Cinema, published by Archive Books.

May 7 – November 7
Kunsthal Extra City Antwerp (BE)
Naively Radical / Radically Naive
Exhibition — OK

October 20 – 26
Filmforum Los Angeles (US)
Picture More
Screening — It

November 11 – 14
Het Bos Antwerp (BE)
Screening — One, OK

November 12 – 14
Tabakalera San Sebastian (ES)
Outside the Cinema, International Film Seminar
Screening & Seminar — Black, Where is Cinema

November 19
FAMU Prague (CZ)
Reconsidering Cameraless Photography
Screening & Seminar — Thing

November 30 – December 4
Festival Tous Courts Aix-en-Provence (FR)
Screening — We’ll find you when the sun goes black

January 26 2022
De Singel Antwerp (BE)
Premiere — Quatuor pour la fin du temps

January 28 2022
Concertgebouw Bruges (BE)
Premiere — Quatuor pour la fin du temps

Quatuor pour la fin du temps 2022
OK 2021
Here it comes, the future 2021
We'll find you when the sun goes black 2021
One 2020
Where is Cinema 2019
Helga Humming 2019
Pendant Pair 2018
It 2017
Atlas 2016
Black 2015
New York New York 2014
Thing 2013
Tears of Melancholy 2013
Swan Song 2013
Monument 2011
7 2011
Oh 2010
Oops wrong planet 2009
Echo 2008
Motion for Newton 2008
Pixelspleen 2007
Pang 2005
Log 2005
Me+ 2004
Kernwasser Wunderland 2004
Horizon 2004
Conductor 2004
Building 2003
Portal 2002
Petit Palais 2002
Whoosh 2001
Sonar 2001
Game of Mobile Forces 2001
Motion for Stockhausen 2000
Autobiography of the Eye 1997
Speakeasy 1996