Koenraad Dedobbeleer lives in Brussels, Belgium. Dedobbeleer is interested in how an object or an idea can undergo status changes and simultaneously exist within different realities and interpretations.

In his practice, everyday objects are modified and arranged in larger entities – spaces in which new relations between them emerge.

Dedobbeleer’s contribution to Liverpool Biennial 2016 unfolds within the Ancient Greece episode at Tate Liverpool and features a metal structure used to display sculptures, vases and fragments from the Ince Blundell collection of National Museums Liverpool. Extending his contribution into the public realm, Dedobbeleer will disseminate images of objects from the museums around the city, to appear at sites where flyposting usually occurs.

Recent solo exhibitions include PROJECTESD, Barcelona, Spain (2015); C.L.E.A.R.I.N.G., New York, USA (2014); Gesellschaft Aktueller Kunst, Bremen, Germany (2014); Vandaag Gallery Today, Brussels, Belgium (2014); Centre d’art contemporain d’Ivry, Paris, France (2013); le Crédac, Ivry-sur-Seine, Paris, France (2013); and Kunstmuseum, St. Gallen, France (2012). His work has been show in numerous group exhibitions in venues such as Extra City Kunsthal, Antwerp, Belgium (2014).

Unencumbered by History, 2016
15 different digital posters, ed. 1/5 + 2 A.P
Exhibited at Cains Brewery and around Liverpool

Honing Down a Restricted Vocabulary, 2016
Projector, 80 slides, metal, stand
Exhibited at the Oratory