Creating an environment of sounds, Singularity A.I. becomes a conductor of movements in a performance with Nina de Angelis and her big brush.
Following the movements of a big brush she made out of many small brushes, Nina De Angelis creates a painting that builds up naturally, in unison with music and her body.
Artist, poet, performer
Portraying the women in her life in combination with trees, bushes and flowers, Haleh Chinikar cherishes the relationships that strengthen our lives.
Sharing their process and helping each other grow, the Brussels Writers Circle is a group of English-language writers who meet weekly in a café to work on fiction and poetry
A collector of groove and the ultimate high-vibrational beat, Congago digs left and right in search of the finest nuggets. Shamanic, synthetic or organic, Congago declares his love for percussion through his mixes.
In photo-silk collages Marianne Csaky connects events from the past to the seaside today, inviting us to reflect on human interactions through time and space.
Under the direction of Zeno Popescu the non-profit organization Chorales Equinox brings together forty young people aged 8 to 18 who perform a variety of repertoires bringing musical practice to audiences with little or no access to it.
Looking at the structures of skin, roots, and veins, Laure Forêt joins together glass and metal, silk and string, as well as people and plants, to show the patterns of living things.
Using a variety of textures and media, Aurélie Gravelat lets us see pictures in conversation with their surroundings, reflecting on what becomes part of an image.
With a calm and attentive view Marion Guillard observes her daily surroundings to bring out the beauty of what we’re often too busy to see.
workshop leader and Open Mic host
A poet engaged in helping others and making things better, Sarah Rearder Harris runs the International Poetry Café and opens the floor for a multilingual sharing of life.
Using the fragile material ceramics in a way that looks unbreakable, Marion Henry shows nature as a body that needs our attention and care.
In movements as constant as the flow of water, Gabrielle Herveet builds up a drawing of a million lines, reminding us that a river is made of many drops.
A painter by heart and profession, Hanna Ilczyszyn shows you how paint and background merge in silkscreen print.
On sheets of found papers Kiran Katara repeats brushstrokes, exploring varieties, and invites us to look at texture, form and line without labeling.
Repurposing everyday objects Maria Komarova brings out the sounds and bodies of common things to engage our curiosity in a concert of daily life.
With calligraphy brushes and ink on paper, Mimi Kunz notes the essence of a moment, exploring the physical language of the body.
As silkscreen printer, textile designer, illustrator, and artist Chantal Purcell O’Byrne (Loupaucarre) models good old fabrics into new clothes.
Bringing people together around a table is the trademark of Lucie Pinier. Curating exhibitions and projects which share and grow a sensibility for attentive looking and listening, she invites us to connect, feel, think, imagine, and change for what we believe in.
Writing about love, the loss of his life partner, and memories like the quiet feeling of safety on a long drive during summer holidays, Paul Stephenson transports the depths of grief and the brightness of life.
Curious about our ways of life, Stéfan Tulépo takes simple, found and discarded materials which he engraves, sculps, and presents in ways we haven’t seen before.
Inviting poets and poetry lovers to a banquet, Nathalie Vanderlinden feeds their bodies and souls. She is both the cook of this special meal, and the curator of the poetry performances that accompany it. Participating poets:
Antoine Boute, Brune Campos, Anna Czapski, Clément Delhomme, Jérôme Poloczek, William Van Straten