Exhibitions

Thursday
16
Sep 2021
Sunday
21
Nov 2021
balleux-dambrain
Following Cédric Dambrain’s performance within the framework of Stephan Balleux’s monographic exhibition La peinture et son double held at the Musée d’Ixelles in 2014, the two artists wanted to pursue their collaboration by exploring a common field of expression within the same architectural setting: the Museum space at the Botanique. The venue will not only serve as a medium of cohesion between the artists’ two disciplines but also as an indissociable context for their artistic statements.

Doors

12:00 > 18:00

Where

  • Museum
Thursday
16
Sep 2021
Sunday
28
Nov 2021
Graciela Iturbide, "Nuestra Señora de las Iguanas", 1979
MAGMA
Exhibition, events, experiences
16.9 - 28.11.2021

The exhibitions "Bounce" by Stephan Balleux & Porz An Park and "The Inmost Cell" by Eva L'Hoest are part of the Magma programme. 


For a fluid identity

Today we are fluid beings. We constantly choose to adapt, to move, to evolve. We have adopted fluidity as much in the world of work as in our physical movements, our social relationships, and even our virtual presence. How can we live serenely with this perpetual change?


Doors

12:00

Where

  • Museum
Thursday
16
Sep 2021
Sunday
21
Nov 2021
As part of the programme of MAGMA, the tenth Triennial of Ottignies-Louvain-la-Neuve, Eva L’Hoest presents a large-scale video project entitled "The Inmost Cell" at the Botanique’s Galerie.

Eva L’Hoest (Liège, 1991, Belgium – lives and works in Brussels) explores some of the ways in which all sort of mental images – particularly memory and reminiscence – tend to re-materialise in a new technological form. Essentially, the artist explores memory itself and the infinitely small and strange reality that lingers in it. Piece after piece, she appropriates today’s technologies to expose their nature as prostheses for apprehending the world and their inherent potential as artistic mediums.


Doors

12:00 > 18:00

Where

  • Galerie
Thursday
09
Dec 2021
Sunday
06
Feb 2022
voyage
Hiroshima, 6 August 1945: a sudden flash, a violent explosion, the atomic bomb. Somewhere on the Moon, a creature feels under threat. Shortly after that, the Japanese army receives a signal from a mysterious astronaut. Are we no longer alone in the universe?


Doors

12:00 > 18:00

Where

  • Museum
Thursday
09
Dec 2021
Sunday
06
Feb 2022
The phenomenal park
How do we perceive the space around us every day? How do streets, squares, parks, and the city influence our own nature? Since 2014, Mira Sanders and Cédric Noël have been behind the artistic collective The Mental Masonry Lab, a research laboratory that places the imagination at the very core of experiments and reflections articulated around public space and urban constructions.


Doors

12:00 > 18:00

Where

  • Galerie