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Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc – ‘In the Womb of the Glass Ship’

Category : Exhibitions
Next date: 08/09/2022 > 04/12/2022
Place : La Loge
Rue de l'Ermitage, 86
1050 Ixelles

Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc explores areas often neglected by (post)colonial history through art, research, publishing, and programming. His work is characterised by a diversity of media and deals with the concepts of oblivion and exploitation, as well as the violent nature of official narratives and archives. Drawing on social and natural sciences, the artist produces new narratives that lie between evidence and fiction. For his new sound installation— produced in partnership with Thomas Tilly—he uses the work of Guyanese author Wilson Harris and the text The Music of Living Landscapes as a starting point. Like a deciphering of the alphabet evoked by Harris, the exhibition In the Womb of the Glass Ship offers a subjective and sensory understanding of knowledge, identity, and language. Brussels Gallery Weekend 08–11.09, 11:00–19:00 Heritage Days 17–18.09, 10:00–18 :00 Guided tour about La Loge, building and history Through the Eyes of Silvia Franceschini Guided tour 22.09.22, 19:00 Museum Night Fever Performance : Castélie Yalombo 22.10.22, 13 :00-01:00 Concert : Thomas Tilly 10.11.22, 20:00 Check our website for updates: www.la-loge.be

Opening Wednesday 07 September 2022 from 16:00 till 21:00
Exceptional opening 08 September 2022 van 11:00 tot 19:00
09 September 2022 van 10:00 tot 19:00
10 September 2022 van 11:00 tot 19:00
11 September 2022 van 11:00 tot 19:00
17 September 2022 van 10:00 tot 18:00
18 September 2022 van 10:00 tot 18:00
22 October 2022 van 13:00 tot 23:59
Schedule 08/09/2022 > 04/12/2022

monday, tuesday and wednesday: closed
thursday, friday, saturday and sunday: from 13:00 to 18:00
Place La Loge
Rue de l'Ermitage, 86
1050 Ixelles

info@la-loge.be
http://www.la-loge.be
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