Born in 1991 at Liège
Eva L’Hoest’s videos and installations explore memory and its digital materialization. By appropriating contemporary technologies such as the 3D scanner, the MRI, or artificial intelligence, her works question the way in which mental images can be materialized in a technological form. Eva L’Hoest thus undertakes an electronic analysis of reality that transforms and disembodies forms and figures to offer another perception of the world.
Born in Liège in 1991, Eva L’Hoest studied at the Académie royale des beaux-arts de Liège. Her work has been exhibited at WIELS in Brussels, the Riga Biennial, and the Malmö Konstmuseum. Since 2018, her films have been screened at the Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin. She lives and works in Brussels.