Posts Tagged 'Brussels'

Achter de schermen van goede bedoelingen

Review on the International Architectural Biennale of Rotterdam 2018 Published on Archined.nl [Dutch only] Met de vraag hoe we kennis over wat er zou moeten veranderen, kunnen omzetten in daadwerkelijke verandering, wil de IABR zich in de voorhoede van het

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Achter de schermen van goede bedoelingen

Review on the International Architectural Biennale of Rotterdam 2018 Published on Archined.nl [Dutch only] Met de vraag hoe we kennis over wat er zou moeten veranderen, kunnen omzetten in daadwerkelijke verandering, wil de IABR zich in de voorhoede van het

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What if it is not the Acropolis but the camps and border fences that determine the cultural identity of Europe?

At the third edition of Jardin Maritime, I presented the work What if it is not the Acropolis but the camps and border fences that determine the cultural identity of Europe?, a collage made out of different flags. The measurements

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What if it is not the Acropolis but the camps and border fences that determine the cultural identity of Europe?

At the third edition of Jardin Maritime, I presented the work What if it is not the Acropolis but the camps and border fences that determine the cultural identity of Europe?, a collage made out of different flags. The measurements

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EUROPE STARTS HERE, during TMBR’s reading performance event at Wolke

During FESTIWOL, an experimental art festival at W-o-l-k-e in Brussels, That Might Be Right brought together Abla elBahrawy, Michiel Huijben and myself for an evening of reading performances. The festival took place at 16, 17 and 18 June 2017. “Abla elBahrawy,

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EUROPE STARTS HERE, during TMBR’s reading performance event at Wolke

During FESTIWOL, an experimental art festival at W-o-l-k-e in Brussels, That Might Be Right brought together Abla elBahrawy, Michiel Huijben and myself for an evening of reading performances. The festival took place at 16, 17 and 18 June 2017. “Abla elBahrawy,

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REFLECTING ON THE EDGE

REFLECTING ON THE EDGE brought together theorists and thinkers to reflect on the spatial political issues present in todays urban periphery of Brussels. In the context of the PeriFeria Festival 2015 REFLECTING ON THE EDGE was set up in a

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REFLECTING ON THE EDGE

REFLECTING ON THE EDGE brought together theorists and thinkers to reflect on the spatial political issues present in todays urban periphery of Brussels. In the context of the PeriFeria Festival 2015 REFLECTING ON THE EDGE was set up in a

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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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