Lab developed by Mira Sanders & Cédric Noël
Mira Sanders (b. 1973) studied Painting and Multimedia at Hogeschool Sint-Lukas in Brussels. Her work (a combination of videos, drawings, installations) is a constant research on places and on the persons and stories that inhabit them. Mira Sanders is a lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture campus Sint-Lucas (Brussels-Ghent) KULeuven, active in the Mixed Media department and in the Explorative Architecture trajectory (master program). She runs her pHD in the Arts ‘Fragment of the journal of a space user. Trace a Roman road.’ since 2012 at the Faculty of Arts LUCA, KULeuven (Belgium).
Cédric Noël (b. 1978) is a visual artist interested in the nature of images, and more specifically in the mental processes involved in the production and the reception of an image. His work is inspired by methods used in the scientific field of research, which he reinvests, particularly through the observation of images from news stories, cinema, and advertisements, whose impact on the brain is defined by statistical measurements. He studied Art at La Villa Arson (Nice-France) and is Laureat of the HISK (Belgium) Advanced Studies & Practice based Research in Visual Arts. Current lecturer in the Urban Space department at La Cambre High School for the Visual Arts (Brussels).