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2020-2021 Educative Master, LUCA school of arts, Brussels
2013-2014  Master Visual Arts, LUCA school of arts, Ghent
2010-2013  Bachelor Visual Arts, LUCA school of arts, Ghent


2024          Assembled Patterns, Re-mento, The Green Corridor, Brussels, BE

2023          A4 a Wall, groupexhibition, VROOM space, Brussels, BE

2023          ASSEMBLES PATTERNS, Yellow Brick artistresidency, Athens, GR

2023          TINA, This Is Not An Ashtray, vitrine, Ghent, BE

2023          OPEN ATELIER, KUNSTWERKT, Brussels, BE

2021          BUY LOCAL#2 zomersalon, KUNSTHAL, Gent, BE

2020         BOLTRA ,groupexhibition, Brussels, BE

2020         Where are the people, oline expo, Brussels, BE
2020         Truly Truly Design Studio’s, Rotterdam, NL

2019          Wassla, LE 18 , Marrakech, RA
2019          Artistresidency , LE18, Flemisch Government, Marrakesh, RA  
2019          Continiuous Constructions, KUNST IN HUIS , Brussels, BE  
2019          Groep expo, Groupexhibition, Perkamentstraat, Ghent, BE
2019          Groupexhibition, CC Zwanenberg, Heist-op-den-berg, BE

2018          3th price Abstract Painting, CCZwanenberg, BE
2018          YUGEN#16, YugenKombucha, Ghent, BE
2018          Naar het schijnt kan je bij jou binnen kijken, Antwerp, BE
2018          Taart in de brievenbus, Sint-Maria Horebeke,BE

2017          A size too short, Rossi Contemporary gallery, Brussels, BE
2017          AL YOU NEED IS A LAVATORY, Ghent, BE
2017          WERF,  Ghent, BE 
2017          HIV ontrafelen, veiling, S.M.A.K, Ghent, BE
2017          Strictly Rabbit, Ghent, BE

2016          De muren hebben ogen, Wieze, BE
2016          Kabinet#2, Ghent, BE  
2016          2nd price PBK ,Harelbeke, BE  
2016          Peinture, dessin, sculpture, Culturel Centrum, Marchin, BE

2015          Teer 51, Astene, Deinze, BE
2015          Fris XII, Ghent, BE
2015          TUMULT #03, CAMPO VICTORIA, Ghent, BE  

2014          Abstract Boven, Quai des Arts, Ghent, BE
2014          EXPO 09, Ghent, BE


A S S E M B L E D    P A T T E R N S   

‘ASSEMBLED PATTERNS’, Athens, Nea Ionia,  2023
residency Yellow Brick studio’s

Is a research of sounds in the public space of Athens shaped into field recordings that have been assembled in an audiowork and tells a story about the city. The work was shown to the public in the form of an installation that consisted of a table that acted as a workspace but also as a pedestal to exhibit the work. The installation was extended by speakers and fans that produced the sound during the two listening sessions that took place on the evening of the open studios.

Aaron Daem and Evelyn Vanoverbeke are artists based in Brussels, sharing their fascination for urban environments
and alternative forms of note-taking e.g. field recording, cognitive mapping and associative writing. During this presentation
we immerse ourselves in the space of Yellow Brick that for some hours is transformed into a safe public space inviting us to
sessions of deep listening. “Assembled Patterns” is a work in process, rather than a finished piece, an assemblage of questions
that the artists pose to themselves both regarding methodology of research but also of a collaborative experience of artistic

Emerging in a city like Athens and Nea Ionia, where even the boundaries between municipalities are literally invisible, is cha-
otic and it would be superficial to claim that there is one single sound that represents all these multiple layers engraved in

the urban environment. However the methodology followed scratched these layers revealing facts and provoking reflections.
During the one month long residency at Yellow Brick in Nea Ionia they worked in search of the “Athenian” sound, researching
the documentation of language, urban “noise” and its absence.
From the sound inside the church of St Panteleimon, the echoes of sound of the city mix with the voices of the people inside,

with children’s voices from the playground, creating a noisy environment in a topos of prayer and pre-supposed silence, mak-
ing us wonder about the essence of lack of sound and the distance or closeness to the reality that this can create. At the same

time, their persistence and committed research around certain axes like the green line of the overground train enriched this
sound archive with an alternation of the parallel sounds, the one that one can see (the train) and hear and the invisible one,
the water running through the river underneath it. It is in this constant shift of the visible and the invisible sound resource
that the sound pieces invite us in. Sounds that one can find familiar or not, can imagine their origin and can possibly give a
personal visual identity.

At the same time their co-working methodology, common pace and working pattern is also integral and primary in the
space. The visual manifestation of this collaboration is the platform built by the two artists as a working table. This functions
both as a collector of accumulated knowledge, recordings of voices and sounds, notes and images but also as the common
ground of collaboration. It is this common ground that with two equal sides it can also easily recall the popular phrase “what
do you bring on the table?” Bringing their personal practices with different departure points and past manifestations, they
chose this platform as a space of mutual exchange and common growth, using sound as their common means as it is new
but also superficially invisible.


text by Niovi Zarampouka-Chatzimanou
pictures by Alexandra Masmanindi 

This residency was supported by the Flanders Government, department CJM (Culture, Youth and Media).