Nicky Lapierre (he/him) and Nour Beetch (they/them) are part of a multidisciplinary creative duo based in Brussels. They express their art and activism through photography, film, installation, written words and performance. Through these various medias, the duo self-documents their shared life, offering a radical and revolutionary point of view on the queer and trans experience. Together, they offer a soft and trashy universe, somewhere between porn and gore, tenderness and fantasy, in the form of images. They create a space for alternative, queer and safe fiction by deforming reality. Their work is authentic, kitsch and political, and a display of sensitivity and vulnerability. They use their bodies and their trans identities to create a new imagination for queer pleasure. With this in mind, they founded the P*rn Freaks Club, a production space for alternative and erotic digital art in 2022. In their artistic practice, Nour and Nicky reject imposed patriarchal and heterosexual norms and pushed the boundaries of desire and dominating aesthetics. By transgressing the sexual narratives and normative codes of art, the duo reveals the beauty, sensuality and eroticism of queer bodies.
Trained in journalism, Nour Beetch studied the art of performance and choreography at the ISAC institute of Fine Arts in Brussels. They are a multidisciplinary artist, who focuses on the body in their work, as well as political reappropriation, sex work and activism. Using their body as their main creative medium, Nour Beetch, characteristically sunny & tangy, presents high fem energy with irony and oneirism. They are a member of the team working on the SNAP festival, an event dedicated to the representation of art by sex workers.
Nicky Lapierre, is a trans nonbinary artist, who explores notions of intimacy, identity, fantasy and the fragile limits of our socio-cultural realities through different medias. Photography, cinema, written words and sound art come together in his art through performative installations. After having studied for three years at La Cambre in Brussels, Nicky founded an alternative curatorial collective, an artistic residency that went from gallery to artists run space before finally becoming a multimedia studio. He wrote and directed Astro, a fictional documentary about the grief of love and gender issues in provinces during the 2000s, which was produced by Films de la Récré, and was selected and nominated at the FIFF NAMUR 2022, the PINK SCREEN 2022 and at the Magrittes du cinéma in 2023.
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