Born in Belgium
Lives and works in Oslo
Stan D’Haene graduated with an MA in Autonomous Design at KASK School of Arts, Ghent, and also studied Fine Art at LUCA-arts in Ghent and Media Art at ASP in Warsaw. Some methods central to their practice are rituals, rewriting, appearances and graffiti. They investigate self-organised dissemination via small-press and video and alternative exhibiting approaches such as off-site and online. They invite you to travel along and explore the value of process-oriented art, open scripts, and the spiritual experience of the journey. D’Haene has been a member of the Tenthaus collective since 2019, where they garden the gallery, and has also been a member of the Graa collective since 2022. Since 2018 they have performed an annual participatory spring ritual with Bart Van Dijck. Other collaborators include Artur Cincio, Sadrie Alves, Kier Cooke Sandvik and Stachu Szumski.
During this workshop, participants got an introduction to hobo culture, realized two murals of their own freight monikers on both P1 container units, and shared a hobo lunch. ...
WETCollective from the Czech RepublicMembers live and work in PragueThe WET crew began to form in 2020. Whether it is about graffiti, concern for sustainable travelling, animation, painting, or text, these women—naiades—can move gently yet radically, ...