Berserk Art Agency is a nomadic connector platform for visual arts.

Quasi Museum
Haren Prison Brussels, Belgium, 2021 – 2023

Based upon a concept of artist Ief Spincemaille, Anouk Focquier co-curated the project ‘Quasi Museum’. Quasi Museum is conceived as an activated art integration project in the prison of Haren, the second largest construction site in Belgian history, inviting both detainees, visitors and the larger neighborhood of Haren to enter into dialogue with this specific space and with one another.
For this large art integration project, Spincemaille and Focquier co-curated the permanent exhibition and invited a selection of artists to create site specific new works.

with Adrien Tirtiaux (B), Bart Lodewijks (NL), Maëlle Dufour (B), Daems Van Remoortere (B), Elnino76 (B), Ousama Tabti (ALG), Karina Beumer (NL), Katrien Oosterlink (B), Kristof Van Gestel (B), Sep Verboom (B) & Ief Spincemaille (B).

© photo: Adrien Tirtiaux, Daems Van Remoortere, Sep Verboom, Bart Lodewijks, ELNINO76















Art On Paper
Brussels, Belgium, 2022

with Daems Van Remoortere (B) + Ief Spincemaille (B)



Mirror, Mirror
V2Vingt, Brussels, 2021

Invited to make a duo-exhibition, Anouk Focquier brought together two artists researching the topic of the condition humaine, both from a different cultural and art historical background, expressed in – on first sight – two opposing art fields: painting and audiovisual art.

with Younes Baba-Ali (MA) + Kristof Van Heeschvelde (B)



Art On Paper
Brussels, Belgium, 2021

with Bilal Bahir (IQ) + Elke Andreas Boon (B) + Kristof Van Heeschvelde (B)



Belgium Art & Design Fair
Ghent, Belgium, 2021

with Kristof Van Heeschvelde + Ief Spincemaille



Anouk Focquier, founder of Berserk Art Agency, is a curator who, in her work, is interested in and researches the definition of politics, as proposed by German-American philosopher Hannah Arendt. She is interested in creating public spaces of interaction and discussion where art and a diverse audience can enter into dialogue, allowing and embracing the unknown.

Anouk Focquier has a kaleidoscopic view on different art disciplines and has a keen interest in collaborating with independent artists who translate their art in a free and unbound way.

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