SB34 is a Brussels based non-profit organization providing qualitative and affordable artistic production studios, workshops and equipment. We also manage two exhibition spaces in which local, international artists and art workers are invited to connect and collaborate to enhance the long term means of production, visibility and sustainability.


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︎ SB34 The Pool
Rue Saint Bernard, 34
1060 — Saint Gilles


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18.2 — 1.4.23
︎ A PLEA FOR THE UNPLEASANT
Chantal van Rijt


6.4 — 3.6.23
︎ SANDBOX
Raphaël Matieu
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1000 — Bruxelles


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Artist Studios

︎︎︎ THE POOL

Bravas Graphix

Martin Bonnaz

Pol Bourdellon

Alix Dussart
Baptiste Conte
Maud Grommen
Emilie Franco
Laura Hecker
éditions la CAB/Charles Pigneul, Alan Jeuland & Brieuc Weulersse
Julie Larrouy
Jacques Le Bourgeois
Sophie Martin
Rokko Miyoshi
Alice Pallot
Marion Séhier

Suffer the Joy 
Lucile Van Laecken
Clara Villier

Thily Vossier


︎︎︎ GHEUDE

Lea Belooussovitch
Estelle Chatelin
Aleksandra Chaushova
Teodora Cozman
Louise Devin
Francesca Hawker
Catherine Le Goff
LEO
Yvan Megal
Nicolas Perelstein
Leila Pile
Gabriel Raichmann
Johan Stroobants
Hadrien Verlinden
Diego Wery




︎︎︎ CLOVIS

Mohammed Alani
Shira Barak
ZoolaBiim

Laurie Charles

Laura Dauchet

Gert De Clercq

Indigo Deijmann
Sara Deraedt
Roshan Di Puppo
Sara Grütter

Shayan Jalali 
Nasrine Kheltent
Louizali
Aurélie Luong
Raphaël Matieu
Matthieu Michaut

Margaux Meyer 

Nikko Noirhomme
Daniele Oliva
Laetitia Ouedraogo
Rik Peeters
Christophe Penners
Julie Percillier
Annelein Pompe

Anaelle Renault
Julia Schicker
SolidÉditions
Liselore Vandeput
Michael Van Den Abeele
Stijn Stevens
Chantal van Rijt

Juliette Vanwaterloo

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SB34 is a Brussels based non-profit organization providing qualitative and affordable artistic production studios, workshops and equipment. We also manage two exhibition spaces in which local, international artists and art workers are invited to connect and collaborate to enhance the long term means of production, visibility and sustainability.


























(c) Silvia Cappellari 

︎ TEXT 

Acme Vision aims to question the codes which define the cartoon as a cinematographic or TV genre, not only by shedding new light on these
animation practices, but also by going beyond the characters and other visual signs that are regularly called upon when looking for links between cartoon and contemporary art.
The title of the show refers to the «Acme Inc.» Company imagined by Chuck Jones, one of Looney Tunes’s main authors, who was inspired by the Greek word «akmê», translatable as the idea of the extreme point of a tension, a statement or a situation.The reference to cartoons in the reading of a gesture, can also be seen as an attempt to emphasize the movement made by the artist in the production of a piece, the action itself and the strategy it expresses, like the traps that the characters set for each other.
These traps have above all as a finality the entertainment of the spectator by an expression without limit of the impulses attributed to each character. Moreover, these narrative mechanisms often come as a way to twist the
reflexes of our intern logic by avoiding the final situation that we would expect from what we already know of reality.This exhibition is partly inspired by a Muhka show, El Hotel Electrico, which reconsidered animation practices in its most original form by a choice of works that distinguished them from the moment when it was «constrained by the conventions and the industrial approach as a mass medium.»
Acme Vision is an attempt to counterbalance or create an impertinent follow-up to this proposal.

Curated by Lucien Roux

︎ Open on Sat & Sun. 14:00 - 18:00 & by appointment at acmevisionvisit@gmail.com

With the support of Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles