A collective of students from the Royal Fine Art Academy of Brussels (program guided by Aurélie Gravelat) gather to question the “exhibition” and the act of showing through the perspectives of their different practices. From textile to sound installations, the assorted art pieces revolve and dissolve to allow space for a common dialogue.
This exhibition at Greylight Projects presents, for the time of a weekend, a series of propositions for spacing and the cohabitation of artwork, where everyone becomes curator, stage designer and technician in the spirit of research and exploration.
With: Sarah Abd Ali, Maïte Álvarez, Benjamin Baltus, Alice Cadillon, Mathilde du Camp d’Orgas, Olivier Dussauge, Axel Fourmont, Valentine Himpens, Shankar Lestrehan, Chloé Van Oost, Quentin Rémi, Christophe Suzanne
Rue de Brialmont 11
1210 Saint-Josse-Ten-Noode / Brussels
Metro 2/6 – Tram 92/93 : stop Botanique category: 2017 / archive / Brussels