Born 20 sep 1959 in Vilvoorde.
Lives in Antwerpen.
Works everywhere.

Since 1979:
one hundred and sixty-seven performances in forty-six cities in twelve countries; twenty-eight personal exhibitions in thirteen cities in seven countries; one hundred and eighteen group exhibitions in thirty cities in nine countries; two hundred fifty-two articles in seventy-four magazines and newspapers; sixty-six catalogues by forty-seven publishers; twenty-three projects on clubmoral.com; thirty-six videos on youtube.com; sixteen dj-sets on podomatic.com; two thousand one hundred and eighty-six posts on
wheniwasbuyingyouadrinkwherewereyou.blogspot.com; six hundred and thirteen posts on theyeshavit.blogspot.com; two hundred and forty-six posts on theartistsbookshelf.blogspot.com; two hundred and eleven posts on onkawaraisnotdead.blogspot.com; thirty-three posts on stakeholderddv.blogspot.com; four pages and three applications on facebook.com; one email address.

It is difficult to say as a guy, but I felt as if I was being raped. (al. 1993)

It was an impressive and disturbing set. DDV’s performance especially made a deep impression on me, and even then I didn’t feel he quite reached the limit (wherever that might be). I am fascinated and I find everything so confronting that I no longer really know what to do with all my impressions now. (avdv. 2003)

I wept during your performance with emotion, excitement, with everything all at once. It was that good. As I said to someone, it was like sex. As if your ‘being’, your ‘soul’ is penetrated. (s. 2010)

Le Souvenir du Bonheur n'est plus du Bonheur, le Souvenir de la Douleur est de la Douleur Encore.