Archives : Showcase

8 June - 1 September 2017

Impersonate is an installation that addresses the social interactions of social media and their algorithmic nature. Its absurdity highlights the possible uses, abuses and benefits of fully automated interactions.

4 November - 14 November 2016

With 'Change Everything Forever' by Furtherfield, 'Blockchain, an architecture of control?' by Louise Drulhe, ‘V-formation, a freedom coop’ by Sue Ferge, and Pieter Heremans' experimental visualisation of Faircoin blockchain transactions.

10 February - 8 April 2016

Wannes Missotten's and Torri Nickmans' plug.2 is an intriguing hybrid installation in which audiovisual threads form a scattered but dense loop carpet. At the vernissage (10 February), the installation will host an obstructive performance by the sound-duo Kire Noisemachine....

22 October - 22 November 2015

An installation by Philippe Elipeo showing his latest Protomorphic Sculptures, large 3D prints presented here in a composition playing on optical illusion, mirrors and the ambiguity between real and computed images.

25 June - 4 September 2015

"I AM LOOKING AT A ROOM" is the result of a collaboration between the audiovisual collective TRIPOT (Marius Packbier en Aïlien Reyns) and the visual artist Laurent Trezegnies.

1 July - 15 September 2014

An installation at the crossroads of sculpture, mapping and animation film. Antonin De Bemels transforms a wood sculpture into a living dummy, that tries desperately to find out whether it is human or not.

4 June - 22 August 2013

This first version of a series of assemblages is part of a research around versioned physical artworks, led by Raphaël Bastide since 2012. Révisable 1 focuses on making modifications of a versioned object accessible, and on the publication of its history. The artwork...

17 January - 9 February 2012

Smart architecture is the future. This is what demonstrate Elise Elsacker and Yannick Bontinckx with their Kinetic Pavilion, a structure that can react to wheater conditions, human movements, social media and certainly much more.

28 September - 3 November 2011

Quix presents a new series of small-scale works with his algorithmic and minimal compositions. He explores new modes of perception - near analog - while proposing a new exhibition format.

13 June - 11 August 2011

Mixing humour and information feeds, Véronika introduces two facetious installations: the world news shake a poor puppet and twitter messages make up a generic landscape where the most important is saved, all is going well...