During these moments of exchange, we look at the idea that art today designates a particular sensory experience, different from the ordinary sensory experience.
There are numerous ways of inhabiting spaces. How does contemporary art - including in its raw or "minor" popular forms of expression - demonstrate its solidarity with alternative models linked to the habitat? What perspective does art give us of those who are looking to invent a different way of "living": lightweight, ecological housing, zones to defend (ZAD), squats and illegal occupations, for example?
With Maud HAGELSTEIN, art philosopher and researcher at FNRS/ULiège.
14:30 > 16:00
Fee (entrance to the museum and tea time included)
Adults: € 10 Seniors, students and teachers: € 6
- 12 years old: € 4
Article 27 entrance fee
Subscription (4 tea times and up): € 6/tea time
Children from 4+ accompanying their parents may attend an art workshop at the same time (upon reservation).
Information and reservation: Mediation Department
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