LLAC: SPEAK! / scenografie / 2013

LLAC: SWISS EMBASSY YAOUNDÉ / competition / 2012

LLAC: NEW BATHROOM EXTENSION FOR A TOWNHOUSE / Under Construction / 2012

LLAC: URBAN STUDY NEUCHÂTEL / competition / 2012

CRASH COURSE CHIT CHAT / set & light design / 2012

LLAC: LIBRARY UNIVERSITY GHENT / competition / 2011

DAYDREAM HOUSE / Instalation-performance / 2011

A SHORT HISTORY OF CRYING / scenography / 2010

LLAC: BELGIAN PAVILION VENICE / proposal for the Belgian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale / 2010

BRAVE NEW WORLDS / Scenography / 2010

LLAC: JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER / Competition / 2010

WOONMACHINE / Installation / 2010

VIEWMASTER / Instalation-performance / 2007-2009

CUBE / temporary projection space on “Mont des Arts” Brussels / 2008

MULTIPLICATIONS 02 / Video-instalation at Netwerk, Aalst / 2007

BORDER SQUARE 02 / Instalation at Netwerk, Aalst / 2007

MULTIPLICATIONS 01 / Working period at Les Bains, Brussels / Video-Instalation / 2007

THE TEMPORARY INSTITUTE / Working Period at the Arts Center Nadine, Brussels / Performance-Installation / 2007

TSUNAMI MONUMENT / Monument for the victims of the tsunami / Architectural Competition / 2006

IMPOSSIBLE FIGURES / Scenography and Dramaturgy for a solo dance piece / 2006

ROOM WITH A VIEW / Installation in a private apartment on the 25th floor / 2005

MIRRORING THE CITY / Proposition for an urban installation / 2005

RE-AXIS / Installation at Kunsfort near Haarlem / 2005

BORDER SQUARE 01 / Story about a subversive monument / short story – graphics / 2004

Laurent Liefooghe / /

BORDER SQUARE 02
Instalation at Netwerk, Aalst / 2007

. . . hence the utopian dream of the total rationality, transparency and controllability of an urban environment unleashed a historical dynamism that is manifested in the perpetual transformation of all realms of urban life: the quest for utopia forces the city into a permanent process of surpassing and destroying itself - which is why the city has become the natural venue for revolutions, upheavals, constant new beginnings, fleeting fashion and incessantly changing lifestyles.
(Boris Groys, The City in the Age of Touristic Reproduction)  

Border Square is about the creation of a monument ‘ex negativo’, an urban vacuum in Brussels right in the heart of unified Europe. The title refers to a fictitious rectangular square in the center of the European Neighborhood that cuts right trough the institutional buildings of the EU. 
With this installation Laurent Liefooghe reacts on the dystopian effects of big scale political and architectural constructions and the dark side of monumentality: rigidity, order, obstruction, exclusion of life, etc.
A story is told about how the desolate square gradually becomes part of an urban-political dynamic, but attempts at the same time to define a contemporary concept of monumentality.  The sand socle Laurent Liefooghe conceived of for Network looks like an incision into an infinite surface, seeming to refer to the paradoxical relation between utopian thinking and the image of the desert. Visitors are invited to take their shoe’s off and to set foot on the warm sandy base. (NETWERK)