°1991, Mortsel (BE)

Photographer and teacher in and around Antwerp (BE).
RISO-operator at SO-RI.

Also available for hire as an architectural photographer.

︎︎︎ 0032 475 46 57 95
︎︎︎ marnicqroebben@gmail.com
2020 - ...

Inkjet prints mounted on aluminium, framed in oak behind glass.

Exhibited at:

2021.06.19 - 2021.09.19 Out of Office, Noordduinen (Koksijde, BE)

2020.09.05 - 2020.09.27 PhotoTwens 2020, 30CC/Kapel (Leuven, BE)

Untitled Project

Work in progress / Working title.

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RISO printed publication, published at SO-RI in 2021.

20x24cm, 32 pages, printed in Fluorescent Orange, Green and Black.

Four Japanese Castles

On my trips to Japan I noticed something peculiar. A type of architecture kept popping up. Castle-like structures in the image of a Disney movie or a plastic toy store.

I show four of these structures. These photographs are followed up with a text questioning our perception on reality. Both language and photography can deceive us in very similar ways. Our perception of language might also tell us something about our view on the world and the people who live in it.

The odd selection of RISO colours; Fluorescent Orange, Green and Black, add to the surreal nature of the pictures while still staying somewhat true to the colours of these architectural wonders.

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RISO printed publication, to be published at SO-RI.

1 A3-sized folder, printed in Fluorescent Orange and Green.

Are my Feet Photographs of my Sandals?

In this short text and publication I invite you to think about the defining features of photography. What is a photograph, and what is not? How do we define photography?

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RISO printed publication.

16 pages printed in Bright Red and Green.

The Sculpture House

The Sculpture House (La Maison-Sculpture) is a house designed and built by Jacques Gillet, Félix Roulin and René Greisch. In this small risographic publication I invite you to vist the house with me and explore its sculptural dimension.

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Published text, accompanied by an inkjet print.

The Midas Touch

A comparative Marxian analysis of the Midas story.

A look at the the Midas story in the light of the late-capitalist crises that never seem to stop.

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© Marnicq Roebben
Berchem, Antwerp, Belgium