With a plethora of technology that unceasingly quotes, references, embeds and re-tweets, the way stories are told has profoundly changed. Much of Broersen and Lukacs' practice is informed by these questions, deeply rooted in their interest in the workings of media and technology, intertwined with the history of ornament and the politics of depicting landscapes culled from political, mythological, (art)historical and filmic sources.

Their work, consisting of layered projections, digital animations and spatial installations, has been exhibited by renowned institutions and organisations worldwide, including the Biennale of Sydney (Australia), Rencontres Arles (FR), Wuzhen Biennial Now Is The Time (CN), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (NL), FOAM (NL), MUHKA, Gent (BE), Centre Pompidou, Paris (FR), Shanghai World Expo (CN), Today’s Art Museum (CN), Kröller Müller, Otterlo (NL), Haus der Kunsten der Welt Berlin (DE) / Louvre Paris (FR) for Rencontres Internationales Paris-Berlin and more.

Recent and upcoming shows are among others: The Botanical Revolution, Centraal Museum Utrecht (NL), And the Forests will Echo with Laughter, Eres-Stiftung, Munchen (DE), The Real of Unreal (solo) A4ArtMuseum Chengdu (CN), Forest on Location (solo), A-Space, Toronto (CA), On Earth at Le Lieu Unique, Nantes (FR), Shaping the Invisible World. From Radical Cartography to Virtual Landscapes at HeK, Basel (CH) and Rubble: A Matter of Time at Auckland Art Gallery (NZ) curated by Juliana Engberg.

Represented by AKINCI, Amsterdam.
Work distributed by Li-Ma formerly known as NIMK and Montevideo.
The works on this website have been made possible by the Mondriaanfonds.