Discover the artists and architects in TRIBRU24


Twelve (inter)national artists and architects have been invited for TRIBRU24 to think about the city of tomorrow.

TRIBRU24 meet the artists

What if we walk through the streets of Bruges with fresh eyes and an open mind: what corners or squares suddenly appear on the scene? And what scenarios unfurl in our imaginations about these spaces?

Twelve national and international artists and architects have taken up this challenge for the Bruges Triennial 2024: Spaces of Possibility, all from the perspective of their individual practices. Together with the curators, they went in search of public places in Bruges and Zeebrugge that are currently un(der)used or for which transformation plans are in the pipeline. They questioned sustainability and construction, change and functionality, appropriation and living together, and set to work with these lines of approach. From April 2024, their ideas will take shape in the form of twelve temporary art and architectural interventions that reveal the beauty and alternative uses of these locations or the city itself.

Discover more info on all the artists and architects here.

As a visitor, you can step inside the story of the city of tomorrow and reflect on Bruges' past and present alongside:

  • Iván Argote
    b. 1983, Bogota (CO), lives and works in Paris (FR)
  • Mona Hatoum
    b. 1952, Beirut (LB), lives and works in London (UK)
  • Ivan Morison
    b.1974, Istanbul (TR), lives and works in Hereford and Nordwest Wales (UK)
  • Norell/Rodhe
    Founded in 2012, Stockholm (SE), by
    Daniel Norell (b. 1973, Stockholm, SE)
    Einar Rodhe (b. 1982, Uppsala, SE)
  • SO–IL
    Founded in 2008, New York (US), by
    Florian Idenburg (b. 1975, Haarlem, NL)
    Jing Liu (b. 1980, Nanjing, CH)
  • Studio Ossidiana
    Founded in 2015, Rotterdam (NL), by
    Alessandra Covini (b. 1988, Milan, IT)
    Giovanni Bellotti (b. 1987, Pavia, IT)
  • Traumnovelle
    Founded in 2015, Brussels (BE), by
    Léone Drapeaud (b. 1987, Canberra, AU)
    Manuel León Fanjul (b. 1990, Charleroi, BE)
    Johnny Leya (b. 1990, Kinshasa, CD

  • Sumayya Vally
    b. 1990, Laudium (ZA), lives and works in Johannesburg (ZA)