In 2011, Anneleen De Causmaecker obtained a Master of Arts at the University College Antwerp, department Royal Academy of Arts. Her master project Parcours, a first intense cooperation with the famous Flemish Composer Annelies Van Parys was coproduced by studio Champ d’Action. It was immediately picked up by The Singel in Antwerp that presented it during the ISCM World Music Days 2012. In 2015 they presented a new big project Field Recordings at the Concertgebouw Brugge. This project will be seen at Operadagen Rotterdam in 2016.
In 2009 she received the Artes encouragementsprize of the Royal Academy and in 2011 the What’s Next Prize as well as the LAbO3 Prize for her multimedial interactive installation project About Tape where she confronts a dancer, a violinist and (sticky)tape. This project has been presented in De Singel, as well as Flagey and the Muhka Museum of Contemporary Art. Since 2014 she is a duo with accordionplayer Barbara Ardenois. With this duo they search for new spaces and manners to bring contemporary music, close to the public.
Anneleen is working in her atelier in Beernem where she makes small-scale as well as very large sculptures and installations. Apart from her talents as a visual artist she also is a passionate teacher who likes to share her knowledge with children and youngsters.
Foto: Trui Hanoulle
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