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Anton Kusters

Born 1974 in Hasselt, Belgium.
Lives and works in Belgium and Tokyo, Japan.
Anton Kusters is a multidisciplinary visual artist whose work explores the difficulties of representing trauma, loss of the experience of place, and acts of commemoration. He obtained a master's degree in Political Science at K.U.Leuven. In 2019, The Blue Skies Project, a long-term mixed media installation across several platforms, was installed in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. His work is part of the public collections at V&A Museum London, ICP Museum New York and FoMu Antwerp. He was a finalist of the Deutsche Börse Foundation Photography Prize in 2020. His continued focus lies on the significance of viewer and subject position.