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Triennale Art
& Dunkerque
Triennale Art & Industrie Dunkerque Hauts–de–France

Cédric Noël & Mira Sanders

1978 / 1973, Bruxelles, Belgique

Mira Sanders (Uccle, Belgium, 1973) studied painting and multimedia at Hogeschool Sint-Lukas in Brussels. Her work, a combination of videos, drawings, and installations, is a constant exploration of places and the people and stories that inhabit them. In 2007, she was one of the laureates of the Prix de Jeune Peinture Belge (Young Belgian Painting Prize). Her work has been presented at Galerie VidalCuglietta (Brussels), Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris), ARGOS centre for art and media (Brussels), BOZAR (Brussels), deSingel (Antwerp), Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens (Deurle), Centre Pompidou (Paris), Huize Frankendael (Amsterdam), and CEAC (Xiamen), among others.

Cédric Noël (Argenteuil, France, 1978) lives and works in Brussels. He studied art at La Villa Arson (Nice, France) and was a laureate of HISK (Antwerp, Belgium) in 2005. He explores the relationship between representation, the brain, and territory through meticulous research and collaborations with scientists, curious amateurs, and artists. His work has been exhibited at BOZAR (Brussels, BE), ERBAN (Nantes, FR), CAC (Vilnius, LT), MUHKA (Antwerp, BE), Museum of Architecture (Tallinn, EST), VAI De Singel (Antwerp, BE), Frans Hals Museum (Haarlem, NL), WIELS (Brussels, BE), Botanique Museum (Brussels, BE), and Frac Grand Large — Hauts-de-France (Dunkerque, FR).

Together, Mira Sanders and Cédric Noël founded “The Mental Masonry Lab” in 2014, a laboratory that places the imagination at the center of an action and reflection device inscribed in the contemporary urban environment.