Born in Brussels in 1992, Eva Claus is an audio-visual artist working primarily with 16mm film. Her practice is driven by observations of un/expected encounters with landscapes and people, natural habitats, space, psyche, circularity and means of film itself. Claus uses an intuitive method of filmmaking and her films exhibit a contemplative form of watching.
Claus was educated at the Friedl Kubelka School for independent film in Vienna, Austria and she obtained her MFA in photography at the Royal Academy of Arts in Ghent. Her films have been shown at festivals such as Light Field San Francisco, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Vienna Shorts, Indie Lisboa, Short Waves, Go Short, Rencontre International Paris / Berlin, Istanbul International Film Festival, amongst others.
She won the Public film prize at the 22nd Dresdner Schmalfilmtage, Germany. Was nominated for the Lichter Art Award and the Prix Médiatine. Parallel to her artistic practice she works as a film restoration assistant at The Temenos. Eva currently lives and works in Brussels.
Lomme´s garden (2024), Any Way (2022), Tirana (2020), Ivonne (2018), Russell (2018), 2Heim (2018), Radspirale (2017), Applause (2017), Reporting The Weather (2016), Hierro (2016), Pollux (2015)
Works in collection:
Any Way - Art/Beats, Berlin, DE Radspirale - The Chicago Film Society, Chicago, USA Any Way - Argos Centre For Audiovisual Arts, Brussels, BE
Feel free to contact me for more information about the films or a studio visit. [email protected]

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