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UNDER THE CARS

Messieurs Delmotte
Messieurs Delmotte has his very own technique for crossing parking lots....

RANDOM WALK

Pascal Baes
A random tour through the visual world of Pascal Baes: images showing his fascination for wriggling, squirming life, tantrist diagrams and psychedelic spirals, microbiological systems and chemical bonds are alternated with edited film fragments from the performances by Aï Suzuki...

DÉLIRIUM VIDÉO 5

Jacques Lennep
In the fifth part of this series of short sketches, Lennep continues to bring an homage to some of the most iconic artists of the 20th century...

JUFFROUW PEETERS

Luc Gobyn
One minute view of churches in Ghent, Belgium....
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MELT UMBRELLA

Messieurs Delmotte
In a rural landscape Delmotte sets fire to a black umbrella covered in oil. Then he leaves its metal carcass behind. This work is part of the series Brokendown Dream...

FOULES (DANS L’ATELIER DE CHRISTOPHE BERHAULT)

Lucile Desamory
Foules is a promenade through the atelier and work of visual artist Christophe Berhault....

1937 [INSTALLATION, ENGLISH VERSION]

Nora Martirosyan
"Two chapters, two time periods, one story. On the one hand, 1937, at the height of the Stalinist purges in Erevan, in the soviet Armenia, the year of the arrest of Nora Dabagian’s father who was a political dissident. On the other hand, 2006, the circumstantial story of this arrest related by the old woman, affectionally known as Baboulia, who was a very young girl in the 1930ies...
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BIKE

Messieurs Delmotte
Messieurs Delmotte jumps off his bike. The bicycle rolls on for a couple of more meters (without a cyclist), and ends up on the road. This work is part of the series Flying Chickens...

TO BE BORN AGAIN

André Colinet
The complex and loving relationship of a couple. This is the second volet of André Colinet’s trilogy about human relationships and a beautiful stylization of dialogues and relationships.  ...

A WEEKEND WITH MONSIEUR MAGRITTE

Jef Cornelis
’a weekend with Monsieur Magritte’ was compiled from fragments of amateur films Magritte made himself on super-8 and 8mm. The first part – ’Saturday’ – drew from the films he shot in the 1956 -1960 period together with his friends from Brussels and from the recordings of his own works...