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#JPN(B)XL - focus programme by BOZAR, CC Strombeek, KMKG & workspacebrussels
07/10/2016 > 12/02/2017

#JPN(B)XL is a focus program on Japan organized by BOZAR, CC Strombeek, KMKG and workspacebrussels. Through its various components, you can discover the many ways through which Japanese and Belgian culture have inspired each other mutually during...... Read more

BIG FUTURE - body sensing routing
11/11/2016 > 16/12/2016

BIG FUTURE is the new neighborhood project by Les Brigittines & workspacebrussels. From October until June, Christian Bakalov will organize creative sessions in very different disciplines with people from Les Marolles. In each of them, new...... Read more

WORKSHOPS / SESSIONS for amateurs of all ages and physical condition
06/12/2016 > 08/12/2016

Within the framework of the "WORKING TITLE FESTIVAL" at the Brigittines Art Center" and to mark the presentation of his project "EMBODIMENT / purebigfuture", French-Bulgarian artist Christian Bakalov organizes a workshop...... Read more

Working Title Feedback Groups
09/12/2016 > 17/12/2016

Working Title Festival is a context for fresh experiments in performance, visual art and social practice. In order to provide some feedback on these try-outs, workspacebrussels organizes informal feedback sessions during the performance weekends in...... Read more

WORKING TITLE WORKSHOPS
16/12/2016 > 17/12/2016

In the context of our biannual Working Title Festival, we organize a series of two-day artistic workshops during which some of the artists in workspacebrussels share their experiences with the Brussels artistic community. The artists will introduce...... Read more

Art's Birthday @ M HKA - performance programme
17/01/2017

On Monday January 17th workspacebrussels will coörganize a performance programme in M HKA Antwerp, on the occasion of Art's Birthday 2017. Discover the museum through a variety of vibrant interventions and performance installations, an...... Read more

ARTISTS IN BRUSSELS / SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION - CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
17/02/2017

This web based project by visual artist and performer Minh Duc Nguyen is trying to visualize the artistic network in Brussels. It is an interactive and participative visualization based on the "six degrees of separation" theory also known...... Read more

In residency

"RESEARCH"
19/12/2016 > 23/12/2016

Philip Janssens’ body of work tends to evoke a certain frustration with its audience. He distances himself from methodologies inherent to conceptual art; his objects should not be considered as mediums carrying meaning and mental concepts...... Read more

∑stuarY
19/12/2016 > 22/12/2016

∑stuarY The study of the estuary as such is the main inlet for this performance-project, which will disembogue in the creation of a geological formation as its event. An estuary is a partially enclosed coastal body of brackish water with...... Read more

AS WE WERE MOVING AHEAD
28/11/2016 > 16/12/2016

‘As We Were Moving Ahead Occasionally We Saw Brief Glimpses Of Beauty’ is an immersive situation where the boundaries of performance, technology, scenography and video are playfully blurred. Gaëtan questions the confines of...... Read more

BIG FUTURE
06/10/2016 > 06/06/2017

BIG FUTURE is the new neighbourhood project by Les Brigittines & workspacebrussels. From october until june, Christian Bakalov will organize creative sessions in very different disciplines with people from Les Marolles. In each of them new...... Read more

C & P ON MARS
16/12/2016

  The work of Felix Ott creates reflexive spaces in which you are invited to discover a blank world, waiting for your creativity to adorn it with fragments of surrealistic writing. With this work in progress showing, Felix makes a silent dive...... Read more

EMBODIMENT / purebigfuture
05/12/2016 > 10/12/2016

Choreographer and installation artist Christian Bakalov is currently working on PURE, a new performance parcour in which the full potential of your senses will materialize. In a subtle and poetic manner, your eyes, ears and sense of touch will be...... Read more

EVERYTHING DEPENDS ON HOW A THING IS THOUGHT: Crime and Punishment.
28/11/2016 > 15/12/2016

Performer and philosopher Peter Aers invites you to join him in a conversation where the spectator is participant and the stage reality itself. ‘Everything Depends On How A Thing Is Thought’ is a four-part series in which the audience...... Read more

HAL
23/11/2016 > 12/12/2016

Choreographer Melih Kiraç has not only worked with artists such as Meg Stuart and Marc Vanrunxt, he also spawns his own reflections and research into performances. The focal point of Melih’s work is the habitat of people; in what way...... Read more

HRXLPNCX.C
05/12/2016 > 12/12/2016

Amsterdam-based Japanese artist Yurie Umamoto keeps a beautiful balance between visual art and dance. ‘HRXLPNCX.C’ is an ongoing performance-installation inspired by synesthesia – the perceptual phenomenon in which one type of...... Read more

Soirée
26/12/2016 > 13/01/2017

This performance project investigates the social dilemma induced by the opposition of cooperative and competitive consciousness and how this evolves in specific social and situational contexts. Interpersonal relationships can manifest in...... Read more

UN-HOME / MOVING STONES
16/12/2016 > 17/12/2016

Architect and visual artist Filip Berte is known for his project Eutopia, where he screened Europe as political entity by shaping it into a house in which every room reflected a different facet of the continent. His current project...... Read more

UNTITLED
05/12/2016 > 12/12/2016

Céline Butaye studied at HISK (Ghent) and as a painter developed a deep fascination for color and the manner in which light may fall. In the last few years, she has developed spatial installations with transparent prisms and light beams in...... Read more

WE DO MATTER
09/12/2016 > 10/12/2016

While Nick Steur’s work dawns from a fascination with natural material such as stone and water, Matea Bakula produces sculptures of a more synthetic nature. Both artists are intrigued by the effects a small intervention can generate to the...... Read more