Ivan Argote
Elena Bajo
Stephan Balleux
Sebastien Bonin
Zachary Formwalt
Jens Haaning
Kristof Kintera
Federico Martinez Montoya
Hannu Prinz
Nicoline van Harskamp
Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor

Works by other artists



!! NEWS !!

Next Exhibition
Opening Saturday 14/05
2pm - 8pm

Sarah & Charles

Extremely hidden, terribly exposed


On the occasion of Art Brussels  and as part of its educational program wich recently included the D+T PROJECT PRIZE the gallery has presented an artwork by Kristof KINTERA in collaboration with OUT OF THE BOX. The proceeds from its sale have been gived to the Foundation.

Current Exhibition

Sarah & Charles

Extremely Hidden, Terribly Exposed

14/05/2016 to 09/07/2016
Opening Saturday 14/05/2016 - 2pm - 8pm

D+T Project Gallery is thrilled to present the first personal exhibition that includes the latest works by SARAH & CHARLES.
In their artistic practice Sarah & Charles foster their inspiration by theatre and cinema and oftentimes take a wrecking ball to the so-called fourth wall. Usually attributed to the French philosopher, critic and dramatist Denis Diderot (1713-1784) this concept refers to the imaginary wall at the front of the stage through which the audience sees the action in the world of the play. Hence and with a lot of humor, Sarah & Charles’ aesthetical research explores the boundaries of scenography and tend to spotlight its usually hidden aspects. “The artistic and philosophical dance between fiction and reality gives their work a dynamic mise-en-scène, which itself becomes a protagonist […] The visual language employed seems familiar at first glance but nevertheless encourages the visitor to explore new paths of meaning […]” The artworks specifically created for their new exhibition are inspired by everyday objects that are of common use within a traditional stage set-up. “Also, there are cracks in the fourth wall. It simultaneously contains everything that ever happened and everything that is yet to come. Not only via visual channels the cracking of the wall also reaches the brain by means of auditory channels and by use of the Sounds. These are a series of images based on sounds captured as words. Installed in a kind of analogue archetype of a surround-sound system they sometimes appear just like onomatopoeias.”[1]

[1] Extract of the exhibition text for ‘An Unbelievable Truth’/ 2015 at Netwerk, Aalst by Beatrijs Eemans
Saturday 11/06/2016

On Saturday June 11th SARAH & CHARLES premiere their shortfilm at the Cinematek in Brussels at 16.00. One day only, one screening only. (free admission)

A day will come my future will be Your past / 2015
Single channel video, Full HD, color
dolby sound
Duration: 25 minutes, 17 seconds

Seats are limited
so please make your reservation by sending an email or a fb. message