Billboard series

Billboard Series is a long-term art in public space project at Dok Noord, Ghent. Part of the former industrial port, this area is currently a section of the inner city ring, and is in full development to be reconverted into one of Ghent’s new quarters. Billboard Series is a sequence of site-specific art commissions, occupying a 50 square meters billboard on the South façade of 019.

Each year, four artists are invited to create a work that considers the status of the image and fosters a productive dialogue with the surrounding neighbourhood and urban landscape. The presentation of each new Billboard will be accompanied by an evening curated by the artist, filled with lectures, performances, film or music.



21/09/2019 —  21/12/2019
it’s kinda funny how i keep needing money all the time / be able to see your time and complications by Nora Turato (CR)

21/06/2019 —  20/09/2019
Pop Cycles by Sharon Van Overmeiren (BE)

21/03/2019 —  20/06/2019
Lines Morphing into Waves (Blue gradient) by Claudia Comte (CH)

22/09/2018 —  21/12/2018
Alex by Benoit Platéus (BE)

22/06/2018 —  21/09/2018
Performance #4 (Los Angeles) 2018 by Max Pinckers (BE)

05/03/2018 —  06/05/2018
When the Ocean Sounds by David Horvitz (US)

14/01/2017 —  21/02/2018
Zwarte Plastiek by Lucas Devriendt (BE)

14/10/2017 — 14/01/2018
River Scene By Martin Belou (BE)

13/08/2017 — 30/09/2017
The Studio By Nel Aerts (BE)

06/05/2017  — 31/07/2017
I.M.D.A. by Oriol Vilanova (ES)

05/11/2017 — 05/05/2017
With tenderness and longing by Sanam Khatibi (IR)

18/11/2016 — 04/03/2017
Heavy Fuckry / I don’t need you to feed me by Aline Bouvy (BE)

13/08/2016 — 16/11/2016
M.F.H.N.S.(#II) by Nastio Mosquito (AO)

06/05/2016 — 12/08/2016
Smalt Cobalt Filter and Cream by Kasper Bosmans (BE)

31/01/2016 — 05/05/2016
QUATRO GRÃOS by Dirk Zoete (BE)

18/09/2016 — 16/01/2016
National Character by Catherine Biocca (IT/DE)

Billboard series is a project in collaboration with Artlead & All Things Contemporary, supported by Stad Gent, Vlaamse gemeenschap and Provincie Oost-Vlaanderen.

Pictures: Michiel De Cleene