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Casino Display


A place of work, of research, of exchanges and orientation, with the aim of encouraging and supporting young creatives. The programme at Casino Display is arranged by Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain.

Experimental Re(é)[flex|ct|ion] Expérimentale, Photo: Samantha Wilvert

By agreement with the Ministry of Culture and with the aim of expanding its reach, from February 2021 Casino Luxembourg has taken over managing the programme for the Konschthaus Beim Engel gallery, now known as Casino Display.

In the absence of art schools in Luxembourg and of relatively institutionalised contemporary art, it was vital to create a platform aimed at promoting the freshest creativity and of supporting the young creatives of today and tomorrow.

One of the roles of Casino Display will be to offer orientation for young people, enabling them to familiarise themselves more easily with the range of creative courses on offer in art schools and the variety of opportunities out there. With this in mind, the Casino Display programme particularly envisages encouraging cross-fertilisation between practices and interdisciplinary encounters.

In parallel with this, a talent search will be undertaken throughout the year in the four schools of art with which Casino Luxembourg has forged partnerships (ÉSAL – École supérieure d’art de Lorraine, Metz/Épinal; ENSAD – École nationale supérieure d’art et de design, Nancy; HEAR – Haute École des arts du Rhin, Strasbourg/Mulhouse; HBKsaar – Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Saar, Saarbrücken). This talent search and dialogue will be conducted with, at its heart, the possibility for the selected students to exhibit at Casino Display.

Open call: ARTMIX 2023/2024

In a wish to foster intercultural cooperation between Luxembourg and Saarland, and in order to give Luxembourg and German visual artists and curators the opportunity to initiate joint projects, the cities of Luxembourg and Saarbrücken have joined forces to relaunch cross-border project ARTMIX as a biannual edition. 

Casino Display is joining forces with Cercle Cité, neimënster, the City of Luxembourg and the City of Saarbrücken, and will set up a networking programme, enabling emerging artists to make contact with professionals in the arts sector.

A jury of experts will select from all the applications received one Luxembourg artist, one German artist and one curator or curatorial team, who together will take part in artists' residencies in neimënster and at the Stadtgalerie in Saarbrücken. A joint exhibition will be held at the Cercle Cité Ratskeller and the Saarbrücken Stadtgalerie in summer 2024.

Application deadline: 2 October 2023

All further information and conditions of participation are available by clicking on this link:

Open call ARTMIX EN.pdf



Artist residencies

Océane Muller, Rivage Confondu, vue de l'exposition. Photo : Nola Visuals

Casino Display also offers a six-month artist residency. It is part of the natural evolution and continuous development of the residency programme that Casino Luxembourg has pursued since 2010. The residency at Casino Display is primarily intended as a time of research and dialogue. The outcome of the residency can be an exhibition, but in essence, no finished results are obligatory.

Past residencies:


Océane Muller – Rivage Confondu


Lynn Klemmer: WHAT FIRES TOGETHER WIRES TOGETHER / I Will Not Return to a Universe of Objects That Don't Know Each Other 
Curator: Nadina Faljic


Andrea Mancini – New Age Landscape
Curator in residence: Nadina Faljic, co-curated by Christine Walentiny

Sticky Flames. Bodies, Objects and Affects
group show with Alexandre Caretti, Ksenia Khmelnitskaya, Darja Linder, Jonathan Maus, Bruno Oliveira
Curator in residence: Nadina Faljic, co-curated by Mnemozine


© Uriel Ladino

Living up to its mission as a Space for Artistic Research, between September 2023 and February 2024 Casino Display will organise the second edition of its Artistic Research Lab. Based on a practice-led approach to knowledge production, Casino Display will become a transdisciplinary meeting point where a selected group of art students can rely on the logic of experimentation for the emergence of unchartered knowledge. Students will have the possibility to think with and experiment along professionals of the art world, whilst proposing a space for trying out unfinished ideas, probing freshly sketched concepts, or reversing solid ontologies in favour of more flexible ones. In short, the goal is to create a space where the drive for experimentation encourages knowledge.  

Milieus of [Fictions] in Milieus
September 2023 - February 2024 

Resident artists: Agnieszka Antkowiak, Emma Dupré, Seohyeon Kim, Maitiú Mac Cárthaigh, Alexis Puget, Josefina Sundblad

Guest speakers: Jeff Diamanti (University of Amsterdam), Dr. Jean Botev (University of Luxembourg), Sonia D'Alto (independent curator, author), Alice Twemlow (University of Amsterdam, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague - KABK)

While milieus are perceptual worlds in which evolve human and non-human beings alike, fictions are stories, technologies or systems that are created as a support to hold and to explore the unknown. Artists intervene on both levels, by questioning the fictions holding old meanings in place, fictionning alternatives, engaging in fictional and conceptual displacement.  

After Experimental Re(é)[flex|ct|ion] Expérimentale in 2022-23, this second edition of the Artistic Research Lab will investigate worlds of unknown realities, which are yet to be fully articulated but that are nonetheless perceivable. We will explore how fiction can be used as a research method creating its own milieu while spreading into others. We will focus on the potential of artistic research as a way to move out of the confines of language by relying on direct engagement with materiality, concepts, thoughts, affects, and feelings, in order to confront systems of knowledge and to create new narratives.  

Open Lab:

At the end of two of the three weeks of research, an Open Lab will be held at Casino Display. The space will be open to the public, who will be able to visit and meet the participants and discuss their projects and ideas. The aim is twofold: firstly, to give participants exposure to approaches to artistic thought/creation that are generally reserved for very specific contexts such as post-master's art academies and universities that encourage practice-based research; secondly, to create a platform for presenting the discourse of artistic research to the public.

Past research labs:

28.01.2022 – 27.02.2022
Woven in Vegetal Fabric: On Plant Becomings
group show with Leonie Brandner, Catherine Duboutay, Carlos Molina
with an accompanying publication available in our eshop
Artist - curator: Charles Rouleau

September 2022 – February 2023
Experimental Re(é)[flex|ct|ion] Expérimentale
residencies and group show with Erick Fowler, Ludovic Hadjeras, Uriel Ladino, Nguyen Phuong Thao, Katja Pilisi, Razan Sabbagh
Curator: Charles Rouleau

In-School residency


Artist: Emma Dupré 

September - March 2024 

Exhibition: 23.02 - 04.03.2024
Opening: Friday 23.02.2024 

From September 2023, a new residency will be set up in a school environment, in collaboration with Fondation Sommer and the Lycée des Arts et Métiers. During this residency, artist Emma Dupré will seek to establish new ways of paying attention to the non-humans with whom we share our daily lives without even noticing them. The project will be based on a collaboration between the artist and students at the Lycée des Arts et Métiers, through the artist's presence in the school and a series of workshops in the classrooms. The aim is to explore what we sometimes call the banal, which, through artistic creation, can take on new dimensions. The emphasis will be on group observation, rush exchanges, scriptwriting and low-cost alternative creation.   

In order to encourage this contact, the artist will have a working space at her disposal inside the Lycée des Arts et Métiers. Students will be encouraged to get in touch with her on a daily basis, and also continue their reflections on the project outside the workshops.

The residency will culminate in an exhibition at Casino Display with works by the students and the artist. 

Pilot project supported by Fondation Sommer 

Partner schools

École nationale supérieure d’art et de design, Nancy

Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Saar, Saarbrücken

Haute École des arts du Rhin, Strasbourg/Mulhouse

École supérieure d’art de Lorraine, Metz/Épinal



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