• 1
    Très intimidé, derrière une table, comme un mouvement historiquement délimitable et limité., oil on canvas, 140 X 180 cm
  • 2
    Jamais close, la pièce dans mon manteau., oil on canvas , 160 X 100 cm
  • 3
    Se retournant, il y eut un commencement à la fin de lui-même. , oil on canvas, 130 X 80 cm
  • 4
    Le sommeil tranquille de milliers d\'existences librement sur la tige., oil on canvas, 275 x 200 cm
  • 5
    La quête du sublime sauvagement contre lui, cette danse nuptiale anéantit à ses yeux, les seules traces existantes d\'une erreur., oil on canvas, 260 x 300 cm
  • 6
    Créer fut sa respiration, une expression incrustant de petits morceaux d\'or., oil on canvas, 38 x 29 cm
Emilie Terlinden

Belgium, Brussels

Emilie Terlinden is a visual artist born in Belgium in 1983, currently living and working in Brussels. She moved to Berlin from 2010 to 2012, and has been studying at the painting department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels since 2013. Emilie’s work questions our relationship to images, with painting as the key driver of her research. Her works are based on collages, parts of an image transposed into another. The image fragments are collected from a vast exploration of the internet, of books, plays, old advertisements, magazines, records, as well as personal and collected photographs. These are all the sources of her visual field. The coexistence of diverse images within one same work generates a plurality of narrative sense which gives great freedom of interpretation. Beyond the dialogue between the source images, Emile strives to establish a new universe, a particular atmosphere and environment where these elements are rendered complementary and inseparable. The drafting of titles follows the same process as the pictorial realization, as a collection of words recovered from various texts, novels and articles feeds into the construction of a sentence referring to each of the paintings.
Preisträger Jochen Höller

Anerkennungspreisträger Aldo Giannotti
Vivian Greven
Stefan Peters
Nadim Vardag
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