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Opening: 25.01.2019 – 18:00

25.01—∞

Exhibition

Michaël Bussaer:
Chain

Michaël Bussaer (1973), currently based in Ghent, is running his own independent graphic design studio since 1997. Clients range from independent artists, cultural institutions, theatre/dance companies, etc… Alongside his studio practice he teaches Graphic Design at LUCA School of Arts, Ghent since 2002. Michaël Bussaer also founded, curated and organised the lecture series Bold Italic (www.bolditalic.be) from 2005—2014, an annual event related to Graphic Design with lectures and presentations by international graphic designers/artists.

1 Chain (banner)
Digital print, blockout pvc 615 x 76,5 cm

2 Chain (light) i.c.w. Kwinten Lavigne
Fluorescent lights, electrical fittings
Edition of 12 + 2 A.P.
Courtesy of MANIERA Brussels

Michaël Bussaer:
Chain

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