In 2012 audiovisual artists Aïlien Reyns and Marius Packbier started their collaboration TRIPOT to produce audiovisual artwork on the crossroads of societal critique, academic research and innovative narrative and audiovisual techniques. When in 2016 TRIPOT became a foundation, the groundwork was laid to become a broader and international artistic platform that in addition to the creation of its own work supports the production of fellow artists’ projects.
The artist duo developed an oeuvre that is characterized by its interdisciplinary research methods and recurring topics such as migration, public/private space, ethnic/gender discourse and digital communication. The artists delve into constitutive structures and textual characteristics of digital media, thereby aiming to disentangle the relationship between perception, technology and the audiovisual medium.
Precarious Works – Bogardenkapel, Brugge (BE)
Raversyde, Oostende (BE)
De Markten, Brussels (BE)
Argos, Brussels (BE)
La Cité Miroir, Liège (BE)
Cuba Cultur, Münster (DE)
C-Mine, Genk (BE)
Schunck*, Heerlen (NL)
Neuer Aachener Kunstverein (DE)
Interference – 2025, Hamburg (DE)
Yilan Museum of Art (TWN)
Noida International Film Festival (IN)
Laznia, Center for Contemporary Art, Gdansk (PL)
Input/Output – Winner Input/Output award 2015 – CC Brugge (BE)
iMAL, Brussels (BE)
Recyclart, Brussels (BE)
Screening Scholarship Media Festival, University Pennsylvania (US)
Flanders week – Laznia,Center for Contemporary Art, Gdansk (PL)
International Film Festival Rotterdam (NL)
The PICTURE show, New York (US)
Digital Storytelling – Directors Lounge, Berlin (DE)
Pixels of Identities – Museo de Almeria (ES)
Vlaams Audiovisueel Fonds, Brussels (BE)
L’ètranger International Film Festival, Gioia del Colle (IT)
Jonge Turken – C-mine Cultuurcentrum, Genk (BE)
China platform Ugent, Ghent (BE)
URBE – Exhibition in the public space, Brussels (BE)
International Student Film and Video Festival, Beijing (CN)
Sphinx Cinema, Gent (BE)
Cinema Voltaire ‘Das Licht umschreiben’ – St-Lukas, Brussels (BE)
Brussels SF Festival (BE
RESIDENCIES – SCHOLARSHIPS – SEMINARS
2014-18 – Academic assistant (Aïlien Reyns) for the Seminar of Visual
Techniques at the Visual and Digital Cultures Research Center
(VIDI) of the University of Antwerp (BE).
2015 – Artist in residence (Feb-Apr) at Laznia, Center for Contemporary
Art in Gdansk(PL)
2015 – DZIGA Expert Meeting & Filmlab-gathering Nijmegen.
2014 – Selection for the IDFA Doclab Academy in Amsterdam (NL).
2013 – Digital Heritage lab of Oggetti Smarriti in Bari (IT).
2012 – Cinemaster scholarship at the Beijing Film Academy in Beijing (CN).