Ecole Supérieure Communale des Arts de l'image le 75
About Clément Huylenbroeck
Clément Huylenbroeck was born in 1988 in Belgium. In 2010, he graduated from the image art school Le 75. He is currently based in Brussels, Belgium.
Between 2010 and 2012 he worked on the project Taxonomy.
The project was presented in 2010 at the PhotoPhnomPenh festival and in 2012 at the Chambre avec vue festival.
Taxonomy is published in the mook Mémoire Universelle #2.
Since 2012 he has been working on the project Big Shit (financed by the federa- tion Walonnie-Bruxelles) in collaboration with the photographer Pierre Liebaert. The project has been presented at the Antwerp FOMU, at the Copenhagen photofestival, at Amsterdam’s Brakke Grond, at the Nuits Photographiques de Paris and at the Arles festival.
The project will soon be the object of an indecent book (Alt editions).
In 2012, his sister wins the Miss Soignies Haute-Senne title. Out of this fortunate event arises the «Communal Dream» work, a sour vision of beauty pageants, or at least of their worst replicates.
The project has been edited by Poetry Wanted (This is not a map) and is currently exhibited at Circulation(s) festival.