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Change, evolve, transform

Shellfish in the sand, painted textiles questioning space, luminous lianas falling from the ceiling, and a mystical rock to drink from.

What is mutation? It’s the change of state of a thing, keeping part of its past DNA, and allowing the birth of another. It’s making a statement about a vanished past, in order to give birth to a transformation.

The exhibition was curated by the Maak & Transmettre collective, with works by Agathe Bertin, Alice Pandolfo, Studio BISKT and Maak & Transmettre.

A multitude of performances evolving around the exhibition

Several musical performances took place throughout Mutation. These included a showcase by multidisciplinary rapper SPACEBABYMADCHA, known for her lively and dynamic performances. Several DJ sets by artists Daph Punk, JazzDee and Brass took place on the same evening.

As part of Belgian Music Week, a night tour of the exhibition was organized, featuring concerts by Safari, Lazza Gio and Mankiyan, an emerging artist from the Brussels underground scene.

On the last evening, we welcomed Mélusine, drag artist, who performed between the moving works of Mutation. These performances allowed the exhibition to come to life through the different sound and visual energies that followed.

An exhibition you manipulate and make your own

As part of the Mutation exhibition, a participatory workshop was designed by FACE B and Maak et Transmettre to allow a better understanding of the exhibition by a younger audience. During the workshop organised with TADA and the Maison de jeunes Le 88, young people aged 8 to 15 were able to experiment with tufting, play with the sand and interact with the exhibition while receiving explanations to help them better perceive the exhibition’s issues.

A multitude of performances evolving around the exhibition

Several musical performances took place throughout Mutation. These included a showcase by multidisciplinary rapper SPACEBABYMADCHA, known for her lively and dynamic performances. Several DJ sets by artists Daph Punk, JazzDee and Brass took place on the same evening.

As part of Belgian Music Week, a night tour of the exhibition was organized, featuring concerts by Safari, Lazza Gio and Mankiyan, an emerging artist from the Brussels underground scene.

On the last evening, we welcomed Mélusine, drag artist, who performed between the moving works of Mutation. These performances allowed the exhibition to come to life through the different sound and visual energies that followed.

Change, evolve, transform

Shellfish in the sand, painted textiles questioning space, luminous lianas falling from the ceiling, and a mystical rock to drink from.

What is mutation? It’s the change of state of a thing, keeping part of its past DNA, and allowing the birth of another. It’s making a statement about a vanished past, in order to give birth to a transformation.

The exhibition was curated by the Maak & Transmettre collective, with works by Agathe Bertin, Alice Pandolfo, Studio BISKT and Maak & Transmettre.

An exhibition you manipulate and make your own

As part of the Mutation exhibition, a participatory workshop was designed by FACE B and Maak et Transmettre to allow a better understanding of the exhibition by a younger audience. During the workshop organised with TADA and the Maison de jeunes Le 88, young people aged 8 to 15 were able to experiment with tufting, play with the sand and interact with the exhibition while receiving explanations to help them better perceive the exhibition’s issues.