04.04.14 – 17.05.14    

Alberto García del Castillo (b. 1988, Guadalajara, Spain) is a curator and writer currently based in Brussels. Since 2011 he is a curator in house at Komplot in Brussels. He has recently been appointed curator and director of Nosbaum Reding Projects, a new initiative of the gallery where he will bring a curatorial program to the gallery in Luxembourg. In April 2014 he will launch Buenos Tiempos, Int., an online project on "Faggotry as it is today". Deeply linked to the upcoming art scene in Brussels, he co-founded MIDPOINT in 2012. García del Castillo is one of the three directors of YEAR magazine, edited by Komplot since 2011. In 2014, he will publish his first short novel with the french editing house Shelter Press. He has written for several catalogues and lately collaborated with other art venues, such as WIELS in Brussels, NICC and Galerie Micheline Szwajcer in Antwerp, CHERT in Berlin, X Marks the Bökship in London or SIC and HIAP in Helsinki.

During April 2014, García del Castillo will bring two research projects to Galerie Harry Mugwumps: Strawberry Sausages (with Agata Jastrzabek) and Buenos Tiempos, Int. : "Faggotry as it is today" (with Marnie Slater).

Agata Jastrząbek (b. 1983, Poland) is a Brussels and Vienna based curator. Some of the most recent exhibitions she curated are: Residue group exhibition co-curated with Dirk Snauwaert at Wiels in Brussels, No touching/No group exhibition co-curated with Dirk Snauwaert at the Galerie nächst St. Stephan in Vienna in the framework of curated_by festival, and a solo show of Agency, a Brussels based initiative founded by Kobe Matthys, at Elaine Levy gallery in Brussels. In between 2009-2013 she was an associate curator of Komplot (BE) and a member of the editorial board of YEAR magazine published by Komplot.

Marnie Slater (b. 1980, New Zealand) in an artist and writer based in Brussels. Alongside her solo practice, Marnie is part of the artist collaboration All the Cunning Stunts, co-curator of the Buenos Tiempos, Int. website, and an occasional editor of books. Die Toilette, co-authored with Jon Bywater and Louise Menzies, will be published by Paraguay Press in spring 2014. Marnie graduated with her MFA from the Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam in 2010.
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