Posts Tagged 'Belgium'

Detour Zenne

Detour Zenne took place on 17 October 2015 as part of the yearly harvest feast of Enough Room for Space. It tried to follow the course of the Senne from Beersel, via Ruisbroek to Drogenbos (periphery of Brussels), in search

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Detour Zenne

Detour Zenne took place on 17 October 2015 as part of the yearly harvest feast of Enough Room for Space. It tried to follow the course of the Senne from Beersel, via Ruisbroek to Drogenbos (periphery of Brussels), in search

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Transgression/Transition: an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings

-Presentation at Enough Room for Space, Drogenbos (Belgium)- Transgression/Transition, an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings is an ongoing research project on the Belgian Senne river. The project started in April 2015 and has known several moments of exploration

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Transgression/Transition: an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings

-Presentation at Enough Room for Space, Drogenbos (Belgium)- Transgression/Transition, an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings is an ongoing research project on the Belgian Senne river. The project started in April 2015 and has known several moments of exploration

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Transgression/Transition: an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings

-One of the two sources of the Senne, Naast (Soignies), 2015- -The Senne in the surroundings of Steenkerque, 2015   Transgression/Transition, an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings is an ongoing research project on the Belgian Senne river. The

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Transgression/Transition: an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings

-One of the two sources of the Senne, Naast (Soignies), 2015- -The Senne in the surroundings of Steenkerque, 2015   Transgression/Transition, an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings is an ongoing research project on the Belgian Senne river. The

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/Walk /Lecture /Talk: Brussels Oppositions

/Walk /Lecture /Talk #1 explored the spatial oppositions of two neighborhoods in Brussels that are situated next to each other: the European quarter and the Matonge. Two main causes of the visible spatial differences in these neighborhoods can be defined

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/Walk /Lecture /Talk: Brussels Oppositions

/Walk /Lecture /Talk #1 explored the spatial oppositions of two neighborhoods in Brussels that are situated next to each other: the European quarter and the Matonge. Two main causes of the visible spatial differences in these neighborhoods can be defined

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