Enter the magical world of “Dream Box”.
Sophie Whettnall (1973) works with video, photo, installations and performance. She won the Prix de la Jeune Peinture in 1999 and enjoys international recognition. Since the nineties, the work of Sophie Whettnall offers a reflection on the forces that define our relationship to the world around us, by materialising and documenting them. Sophie Whettnall focuses on light and analyses its presence and zones of absence and passage. The aesthetic pieces of the artist prove simultaneously sensitive and powerful, resting on a dialectic tension and attempt to instigate a relation between contradicting concepts and perceptions: between softness and sensuousness, yin and yang, women and men… Her work also contributes to a form of autobiographical project.
MAD invites GIUSEPPEVIRGONE and guests for CARTE BLANCHE.
Save the date for his show together with Conni Kaminski and Ireene and discover his universe during June at our MAD Windows, where he will present two installations OIMIAKON FALL PROJECT and SILENCE SMEEL VIBRATION SS20, in collaboration with Antoine Grenez, Zephir Moreels, Bleu Nuit Studio and Soor Studio.
Entrez dans l’univers magique de l’exposition DREAM BOX ! Laissez l'imagination vous guider. Dans l’ordre d’apparition, vous traversez: la boîte psychédélique d’Elzo Durt, l’étrange monde d’Hell’O, le piano magique d’Escif, les cd-roms volants de Felipe Pantone et l’enquête d’Imabelpro Eurostom réalisée par Gogolplex.
After studying architecture, Tanguy Poujol (France, 1990) joins the photography workshop at La Cambre. Starting with a practice of the image and the wider questioning of the latter, he begins working on installations. These large or small scale mechanisms can be immersive or not. Having graduated in 2017, he pursues the same researches whilst trying to transpose them to other areas.
Zinaïda Tchelidze (Georgia, 1982) lives and works in Brussels. She received her M.A. in Visual Arts from the Royal Academy of Fine Art of Brussels in 2008. Her variegated practice might be understood through acts of engagement, which have taken different shapes throughout her body of work: from an almost symbiotic collaboration with other artists for her pieces Pink Cloud and Golden Boy, to a deep involvement in her research subject for her installation A Flat Library.
THU 04/07/19 - 22H00 | FREE
Madame Moustache brussels presents:
Bang bang he shot me down it's a trap
'Your weekly trap, rap and hip hop party.'
FREE ENTRANCE, FREE SHOTS, FREE GOODIES
EVERY THURSDAY 10PM TILL 4AM
1200 FREE SHOTS FOR EVERYONE
Free guided tour (FR,NL) of the exhibition Sophie Whettnall - Etel Adnan. La banquise, la forêt et les étoiles, included with the purchase of your entrance ticket.
Maurice de Clerck started playing music really early in his life. He started studying at the Art School Of Brussels (Kunsthumaniora Brussel) in 2014. In 2017 he move to Den Haag to study at the Koninklijk Conservatorium - Royal Conservatoire. He had a lot of experiënce playing regulary in l'Archiduc for "Le Jazz après shopping" sessions.
Casimir Liberski (1988) is a pianist and composer from Brussels, Belgium. He distinguished himself as leader of his own trio at the age of 13 and gained significant recognition and acclaim in the European and international jazz scene since then.
Eve Beuvens's first idea was to play the bass when she was 13. But she chose the piano because it seemed to require less strength! She was directly attracted to jazz. She then studied under Nathalie Loriers.
Wanneer wordt een dichter dichter? Welke teksten en ervaringen zorgen ervoor dat de poëzie je zo raakt dat je vervolgens ook zelf gaat dichten? Vier Vlaamse en Franstalige Belgische dichters leggen hun metamorfose bloot. Ze lezen nieuwe gedichten en ouder werk, van henzelf en van voor hen belangrijke voorgangers.