Jesper Just


In celebration of their 5-year milestone and during the Antwerp Art Weekend, TICK TACK boldly extends its presence to a new central location, to PHILLIPS Antwerp, presenting “INTERFEARS” an immersive and site-specific video installation by the globally renowned Danish artist Jesper Just.

Jesper Just's impactful video installations transcend norms, creating immersive, sculptural spaces. His figures challenge Hollywood stereotypes, offering an enthralling experience through surreal narratives. Just employs cinematic language to confront biased representations of gender, minorities and people with disabilities in mainstream culture.

In his new film INTERFEARS, Jesper Just explores the emotional topography of an actor’s brain. Encaged in an fMRI scanner, the actor (Matt Dillon) is reciting a monologue while the machine captures and presents his brain waves in two and three-dimensional representations.

Jesper Just (1974, DK) lives and works in Berlin. In 2013, Just represented Denmark at the 55th Venice Biennale. He has been the subject of many one-man shows, including at Galerie Perrotin in Los Angeles (2023); MAC in Lyon (2023); Galerie Perrotin in Tokyo and New York (2021, 2020); the MAAT in Lisbon (2019), and the Palais de Tokyo in Paris (2015). His works are part of esteemed public collections including Tate Modern in London, The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the MoMA, and the Guggenheim Museum in New York, amongst many others.

Artists: Jesper Just

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