Lisa Vlaemminck
Morph Allure

17.09  –  27.11

From the first floor of her home in Molenbeek, Lisa Vlaemminck explores the boundaries of painting to give birth to a spawning, vibrating, and disorienting universe. Combining scientific imagery with references to food, plants, animals, or artifacts, the unapologetic sensuality of Vlaemminck's trippy paintings relegates the most virtuoso digital artists to the rank of amateurs. For her first institutional solo exhibition, KIOSK will be presenting a suite of new paintings as well as a 60-meter-long textile sculpture infiltrating its various exhibition spaces. A monograph on her work will be published by Posture Editions on the occasion of the exhibition at KIOSK. The exhibition would not have been possible without the generous support of rodolphe janssen, Brussels

About Lisa Vlaemminck

Lisa Vlaemminck (°1992, Brussels) graduated from KASK Ghent in 2015. Since then her work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions at BOZAR, Brussels; The Hole, New York and Los Angeles; rodolphe janssen, Brussels; CIAP, Hasselt; Triennial, Bruges; Tatjana Pieters, Ghent; and more.

Work by Lisa Vlaemminck is included in the collection of M Museum, Leuven; Collection Foreign Affairs, Brussels and a permanent installation in DoReMy Daycare, Leuven.

Practical information

  • Opening on Saturday 17.09.2022, from 2 pm to 6 pm
  • Open daily from 12 pm to 6 pm
  • Free entrance
  • Louis Pasteurlaan 2, 9000 Ghent, Belgium

Discover also

Schilderijen

1. Lisa Vlaemminck, The fountain, 2022, olieverf op doek, 140 x 125 cm, courtesy rodolphe janssen, Brussels / foto © Eline Willaert

2. Lisa Vlaemminck, Red-eye effect, 2022, olieverf op doek, 100 x 130 cm, courtesy rodolphe janssen, Brussels / foto © Eline Willaert

3. Lisa Vlaemminck, feverish dreams about the G-force, 2022, olieverf op doek, 150 x 160 cm, courtesy rodolphe janssen, Brussels / foto © Eline Willaert

4. Lisa Vlaemminck, Congealed meat, 2022, olieverf op doek, 140 x 125 cm, courtesy rodolphe janssen, Brussels / foto © Eline Willaert