In this interview, the Surinamese writer talks about her texts, her language, and her homeland.
Despite being so young, the work of Bendt Eyckermans is sought after by collectors all over the world.
Jonas Vansteenkiste creates spaces that are best described as ‘mental environments’. He invites the audience to enter.
The new director of Ons Erfdeel regrets that the debate about Flemish self-awareness has degenerated into a polarisation between the populist right and the tendentious left.
Is there such a thing as typical Dutch or Flemish humour? And if so, what are the differences and similarities?
In his playful works Kasper Bosmans investigates histories of traditions and objects creating new narratives to offer a critical view on cultural and political relics.
When natural processes and the laws of physics lead to compelling, lyrical artefacts.
Klaus Verscheure is known as director of many Flemish television series. Lately he is making a name for himself as a visual artist.
From systemic teacher shortages to declining language skills, education in Flanders and the Netherlands faces similar problems. So, what can they learn from each other?
Migration offers good pickings for populists, while those who take an honest look at the subject find they are up against a headwind. A double interview with migration specialists.