Anouk De Clercq

Anouk DE CLERCQ (1971, Belgium) was educated in filmmaking at the Saint Lucas Art Academy in Brussels. Her films explore the audiovisual potential of computer language to create new worlds with an architectural character. Her work is shown worldwide and has received several awards. De Clerq is affiliated as an artistic researcher to the The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent.


(selection) Motion for Stockhausen (2001, short), Whoosh (2001, short), Sonar (2002, short), Petit palais/Little Palace (2002, short, co-dir), Portal (2002, short), Building (2003, short, co-dir), Kernwasser Wunderland/Nuclear Water Wonderland (2004, short, co-dir), Me+ (2004, short), Conductor (2004, short), Pang (2005, short), Motion for Newton (2008, instal), Echo (2008, instal), 400Blows (2009, short), Oops Wrong Planet (2009, short), Oh (2010, short), Monument (2011, instal), Swan Song (2013, short, co-dir), Thing (2013, short), New York New York (2014, short co-dir), Black (2015, short)