The practice of the visual artist Emilie Neyt (1992, Bruges, Belgium) focuses mainly on the coherent interaction between speed, movement, time and repetition. Each work tends to have a certain tension between its static characteristics and its changeable or fast characteristics. In her work, the concept ‘movement’ deals with human movements or (inter-)actions, but also with motions that are mechanical, digital or automatic. Themes such as car races or airplanes often lie at the basis of her creations. Throughout her work, she offers different perspectives on the connection between human, or natural conditions, and technological conditions. Neyt approaches these issues in a multidisciplinary way by creating a combination of installation, video, sculpture and photography.