Jeroen Van der Stock (°1979) is a Belgian-born visual artist who earned his Masters in Audiovisual Arts from the Luca School of Arts in Brussels. In his work he often explores ideas around rejection, dysfunctionality and abandonment. Van der Stock his video works and installations have been screened at festivals including Rotterdam (Netherlands), Oberhausen (Germany), Jeonju (South Korea), RIDM (Canada), Rencontres Internationales Paris/ Berlin (France) and CPH:DOX (Denmark) and shown at institutions such as Bozar Centre for Fine Arts Brussels (Belgium), Weltmuseum Wien (Austria), Museu de Arte Moderna Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Cinemateca Uruguaya (Uruguay). His short film Night Horse won the Grand Prize at the Image Forum Festival (Japan) and was nominated for the Found Footage Award at IFFR (Netherlands). Van der Stock is currently living and working in Kanagawa, Japan.