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Tuesday 11.09.2018

A FOREST at ISELP, Brussels


A FOREST
ISELP BRUSSELS
http://iselp.be/fr/expositions/a-forest

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A FOREST exhibition from September 21 to December 15/ Vernissage September 20 from 6.30 PM to 9 PM Exhibition From Tuesday to Saturday 11AM to 6PM Free Entrance schedule of conferences availbale on our website

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b.pierart@iselp.be

+325048070

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http://iselp.be/fr/expositions/a-forest
ISELP
31 boulevard de Waterloo
1000 Brussels
Belgium

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A FOREST
COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION


MARIA THEREZA ALVES, DANIÈLE ARON, FÉLICIA ATKINSON, CÉCILE BEAU, LISE DUCLAUX, DIANA DUPLAKOVA, PAUL DUVIGNEAUD, OLGA KISSELEVA, DEBORAH LEVY & ANTOINE WANG, YOGAN MULLER, VARIOUS ARTISTS, PEP VIDAL

In autumn 2018, ISELP hosts A FOREST. The exposition brings together around ten artists mobilised directly or indirectly by the plant world and its method of organisation in complex systems, called ecosystems.
Awareness of the extent of the sophistication of plant beings (of living organisms more generally) is today helping to overturn the definition of the boundaries between humans and non-humans, nature and culture, animate and inanimate. This update in the knowledge and representation of plants is found in various forms in the work of the artists brought together in A FOREST.

ISELP is offering a programme of 12 conferences and meetings led by artists, art historians and environmental professionals. They delve deeper into the dimensions of A FOREST, such as ecofeminism, the notion of the ecosystem, the lives of plants.