Living and working in Brussels, Belgium, Pierre de Mûelenaere is a videographer, printmaker, musician, publisher.

As a musician, member of Orphan Swords and Maze & Lindholm, he has released on numerous record labels including Bedouin Records (GR/JP), Aurora Borealis (UK), Desire Records (FR), Clan Destine (UK) and more. In 2022, he released Thunder & Lightning, a book of woodblock inspired by Joseph Conrad’s Heart Of Darkness. In 2023, he began making films. His debut, Call Sign Valhalla an arthouse movie about the war in Ukraine, has been selected for the International Experimental Film Festival in Athens and the San Francisco International New Concept Film Festival so far.

Alongside his artistic practice, Pierre de Mûelenaere has been running ONLIT Editions since 2012, today a multi-awarded publishing house for french-speaking literature in Belgium.

Between 2010 and 2020, at the instigation of Gerd Van Looy, he created and developed with Marc Jacobs the (RIP) Bozar Electronic concept for the Center for Fine Arts in Brussels (BOZAR). The program, dedicated to electronic & experimental music and digital arts, has given life to five editions of the Bozar Electronic Arts Festival (BEAF), the Bozar Electronic Series, dozens of Bozar Nights and special events. In 2020, with Cyrille de Haes, he launched TOTALISM Art Group.

Pierre de Mûelenaere
Rue Baron de Laveleye 51
1090 Brussels