Mountaincutters (born 1990) is a hybrid identity, a duo of artists working in Brussels. With a focus on in-situ sculpture, they draw on the connection between human beings and the environments they inhabit. Their steel structures, glass elements, ceramics, fabrics and organic materials, as well as their poems and copper circuits form temporary ecosystems, in which energy is channeled between the human, the organic and the inanimate. mountaincutters' interventions generate, through the establishment of a poetic system, an aesthetic uncertainty that favors transient situations and unfinished forms. They take analog photographs and unique editions that keep track of these ephemeral scenes.

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