Paul Segers (Eindhoven, 1976) is a visual artist working in the fields of sculpture, performance, drawing, video and public installation. His work often deals with the tensions between history and progress in a hyper-technological age, mobility and the role of the machine in society. Segers graduated at the sculpture department of the Academy of Fine Art & Design AKV St. Joost in ‘s- Hertogenbosch in 2000, and earned his MFA at the Dutch Art Institute in 2005. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Segers was initiator of the New Brabant Front, an internationally operating artist collective that has recently been dissolved on it’s tenth anniversary. He is also a teacher at the Fine Art Department and Research in Immersive Storytelling program at the Academy of Fine Art & Design in Breda and ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands.
Learn more about Paul Segers's DAI publication 2005: Nieuw Brabants Front