Quintus Glerum BIO:


Quintus Glerum is a young mixed media artist that exploits the boundaries between humanity and technology. He studied at Sint-Joost Academy of Arts and Design where he graduated with Cum Laude in animation. He uses the principles of animation in the digital and physical space to research new forms of storytelling. He likes to play around with different media to question the origins and consequences of technological developments speculate about the future.

 degreees and clients: bachelor degree in animation at AKV|ST.Joost. graduated with cum laude in 2018 internship for multimedia artist Floris Kaayk from August to December 2017 voluntary work for artist Ricky van Broekhoven for STRP Bienale 2017 Studio Stallinga: September 2018 - August 2019 Master in Fine Arts, Technology and Design at Frank Mohr Institute 2021  awards and nominations: Cluster nominated for best student project at Nederlands Film Festival 2018 Cluste rnominated for YoungBlood Awards, part of GOGBOT 2018 festival
 exhibitions 2020: Impossible Bodies 2021 Light Festival Groningen 2020 2019: Cluster: Cultuurnacht Breda 2019 Cluster: Tec Art Rotterdam 2019 Artist talk at Tec Art Symposium 2019 Cluster: Night Of The Nerds 2019 DataMation: 'Boek al Kunstwerk' at Kunsthal45 2018: Cluster: Gogbot 2018: YoungBlood Awards Nominee Cluster: Nederlands Fillm Festival: Official selection for student award Artist Talk at Gogbot Café at Tu Twente Cluster: FrankenStein Symposium at Baltan Laboratories Cluster: Dutch Design Week 2018 Cluster: Emerce Eday 2018 2017: Monday Morning: Live Art Festival Breda, 8-10 September Monday Morning: Night Of The Nerds, November Mind Figures: Dutch Design Week 2018, October Mind Figures: Playgrounds Sessions 2017, May Mind Figures: Plaugrounds The Art Department 2017 2016: 'Nature Reformed: student exhibition at Central Station, Breda 2015: student exhibition in Museum De Pont
 talks: Artist talk at Gogbot Café at TU Twente 2018 Artist talk at Tec Art Symposium 2019 Seminar Art Connector 2021: Art and Science Gaudeamus Music Week: Creating Generated Worlds 2021