Nosbaum Reding Projects is a programme of guest-curated exhibitions showcasing young emerging artists from around the world.

Guest curators: Alberto Garcìa del Castillo, Agata Jastrząbek, Sophie Jung, Eglė Kulbokaitė

4, rue Wiltheim L-2733 Luxembourg
Tuesday-Saturday 11:00 - 18:00

  • Laurie Charles
  • Born 1987 in Belgium. Works and lives in Brussels.

    Laurie Charles graduated from the School of Fine Arts in Bordeaux, France. Charles video-works stage friends, actors, curators and artists in a game of multiple references framed within her sculptural installations. Those narrative films are frequently contextualised inside site-specific scenographic environments made for the gallery; objects turn alive within Charles’ videos through a process of humanisation: using voices to draw absurd and polysemic dialogues. High and low, counter-culture or philosophy gather in a large pop and folk multiple faced discourse; all that research contained in a practice that meets DIY, amateurism in video and a certain “degenerated craftsmanship”. Between other venues, her work has been exhibited at Komplot (BE), Le Commissariat (FR), Villa Arson (FR) and Triangle (FR).

  • David Evrard
  • Born 1970 in Belgium. Works and lives in Brussels.

    David Evrard is artist, author, teacher and publisher. His last solo exhibition, entitled La drogue, was held at Rurart (FR). His solo exhibitions include BOZAR (BE), BPS22 (BE), Confort Moderne (FR), La Salle de Bain (FR), Fabrika Contemporary Art Center at Sofia (BGR) and Rencontre de la Photographie (FR). He recently participated at group shows at MAC Lyon (FR), EKKM (EE) and Passerelles Art Centr (FR). He realised a lecture and performance at FRAC Reims (FR) IN 2015. Evrard is the publisher of Joe Dalton fanzine and co-director of YEAR annual book. He’s the author of the novel The Spirit of Ecstasy, distributed by Les presses du réel (FR), and recently published Trouble Academy with After Howl at Nero Publishing (IT). David Evrard is the director of th Studio Master Sculpture at ERG School (BE) and redactor in C4 magazine (BE).

  • Jaakko Pallasvuo
  • Born 1987 in Finland. Works and lives in Helsinki and Berlin

    Jaakko Pallasvuo’s work deals with hierarchies, feelings and social arrangements. He makes videos, ceramics, texts and images. In recent years Pallasvuo's works have been exhibited at Kunsthalle St. Gallen, New Galerie, CAC Vilnius, 1646, The Goss-Michael Foundation, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, UCCA, Eyebeam and Future Gallery, among others.

  • Carl Palm
  • Born 1980 in Tåstarp, Sweden. Currently based in Stockholm.


    Carl Palm builds polyhedral discourses generated form conversations between objects of plural nature. The concept of "mixed media" finds here a clearer sense through his approach to objects: it considers relations of resemblance and contrast inside the exhibition room, the changing significance of the goods through changes and displacement, and the sculpture´s own memory. Not that far from animism, Palm approaches a wide sculptural practice from a post-curatorial behaviour, researching the inner capacity of the objects to interact inside the white-cube, being specially sensitive to their previous story outside the museum.

  • Puppies Puppies
  • "Woof woof Puppies Puppies woof woof woof, woof woof woof woof woof. Woof woof woof woof woof woof. Woof, woof woof woof woof woof woof woof - woof woof, woof woof woof woof woof, woof woof woof woof. Woof woof, Woof Woof woof Woof, woof Woof Woof woof woof woof woof. Woof woof woof woof woof.”

  • Alvaro Urbano
  • Born 1983 in Spain. Works and lives in Berlin.

    Alvaro Urbano graduated from the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura, Madrid and the Institut für Raumexperimente ( Prof. Olafur Eliasson) afiliated to the Universität der Künste in Berlin. His solo exhibitions include Pavillon Social Kunstverein (IT),  Chert Berlin (DE) and Kunstverein Arnsberg (DE). Group shows include Bundeskunsthalle Bonn (DE), Schinkel Pavillon Berlin (DE), Neues Nationalgalerie (DE), Reykjavik Art Museum (IS), IFREX at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (JP) and Storefront for Art and Architecture N.Y. (USA). Urbano has been awarded multiple residencies, such as  HANGAR / Smart Project Space in Amsterdam. In 2014 he received the Villa Romana Prize. Alvaro Urbano has curated for different venues in Berlin and initiated with Martin Enoch the experimental domestic platform HOST in Berlin. He is co-editor of the small publication "Kushtetuta".

Movies in May

Laurie Charles & Carl Palm, David Evrard, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Puppies Puppies, Alvaro Urbano

13.5.2015 - 23.5.2015

Curated by Alberto García del Castillo.

“When I wrote the following pages, or rather the bulk of them, I lived alone, in the woods, a mile from any neighbor, in a house which I had built myself, on the shore of Walden Pond, in Concord, Massachusetts, and earned my living by the labor of my hands only. I lived there two years and two months. At present I am a sojourner in civilized life again.” - Henry David Thoreau, Walden or Life in the Woods, 1854


“Growing up in a rural factory town I watched my creative family extend the grind of their monotonous jobs outside the factory walls and into their lives until they were no longer capable of accessing their artistic abilities. The factory essentially divorced them from their sense of their essential selves. This wouldn’t happen to me, I thought, and moved to a large city to foster my skills as an artist and to surround myself with like-minded people. For many years this was feeling right, that I was doing exactly what I came to do, not working in the factory back home. But in 2005 when visiting my family for a reunion I listened again to their stories about the factory, and as always these stories saddened me. On the train ride home I had an epiphany that I had been treating my poetry like a factory, an assembly line, and doing so in many different ways, from how I constructed the poems, to my tabbed and sequenced folders for submissions to magazines, etc.” - CAConrad, “Introduction to (Soma)tic Poetry Rituals”, Ecodeviance, 2014


“Growing up, [Frankie] Knuckles used to think that he had two strikes against him. Like his best friend [Lawrence Philpot], he was black, and he was gay. He doesn’t think that way now, of course, but times have changed. The clubs he and Levan went to in their teens helped forge that change, giving people who lived on the margins of their own communities, let alone society as a whole, a place where – for a night at least – they could transcend everything, where they could be themselves, lose themselves.” - Sheryl Garratt, Adventures In Wonderland: A Decade of Club Culture, 1998



— David Evrard, Early Bird, 2015 (6:51)
— Laurie Charles & Carl Palm, What's the song that goes OOO Oh Oh?, 2014 (4:34)
— Alvaro Urbano, The Ghost & The Host, 2014 (8:29)
— Jaakko Pallasvuo, Utopia, 2013 (6:40)
— Puppies Puppies, The Ring, 2015 (9:08)