Kasper Bosmans (b. 1990, Lommel, Belgium) is a shrewd observer of the ways in which images can teeter on the edge of nature and fiction, or art and craft. With an intuitive anthropological approach, he looks towards the remnants of local traditions and mythological iconography in contemporary life. Concerned with an associative beauty produced by play, Bosmans cuts across performance, painting, drawing, and sculptural installations made up of various components, such as milk, sand or marble – means through which he explores both functional and decorative forms, and evokes subtle correspondences between them. He lives and works in Brussels.