(1984, Antwerp, Belgium)
Warre Mulder is a Belgium contemporary schulptor and visual artist. In his work shapes and techniques are being combined in a playful way. From these combinations of ceramics, wood and plastic arise colorful creatures that look like they have been called from an absurd world.
Warre’s intention is to give these createres a soul. To achieve this he samples from the infinite archives of sculptural tradition, where there is no difference between religious sculptures and the magical world of toys.
2008 | Master’s of Fine Arts at St Lucas Antwerp, Belgium
2019 | ‘High 5 High’ at Kersgallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands
2018 | Summer Exhibition at Galleri Christoffer Egelund in Copenhagen, Denmark
2017 | ‘Bright’ at Cultuurcentrum Mechelen, Belgium
2016 | ‘Wat de rups het einde noemt’ at The White House gallery in Lovenjoel, Belgium
2018 | Interview – Algemeen Dagblad