Ann Veronica Janssens was born in Folkestone in England, but lives and works in Brussels. She is a sculptor of light, sound and space. Her work is however sometimes associated with the minimalist movement because of its straightforward design and her choice of materials: transparent and shiny or condensed and seemingly inaccessible. These materials vary hugely. Sometimes she uses concrete blocks, bricks occasionally wrapped in aluminium foil, glass and mirrors. Light and the surroundings are often reflected, with surprising optical effects. With sound too, she is able to impose her accents on a space and thus occupy it. Her work always involves space: open or closed, full or empty, small or extensive. In her transient and often temporary works she appeals to the viewer's senses, and what remains is an impression formed by the subtile interplay of perception and imagination.