Situated right in the middle of the Mont des Arts, where the upper part of Brussels meets the lower part, the Centre for Fine Arts is the most visited cultural destination in the city. Whether you want to enjoy concerts, exhibitions, shows, or other cultural and artistic delights, the Centre for Fine Arts stands out among other cultural institutions thanks to its vast multidisciplinary and diverse programme. This high-quality international programme has earned the Centre for Fine Arts a reputation as the leading cultural reference

Festival KIKK


KIKK is an international festival of digital and creative cultures. Its interest lies in the artistic and economic implications of new technologies. The event gathers people of all backgrounds from all around the world. They are designers, scientists, makers, entrepreneurs, artists, architects, developers or musicians. They come to KIKK to tell you their personal anecdotes, to share professional experiences and innovative ideas, to present an artwork, a project or a product. You return home full of inspiration with plenty of contacts and new passions.

This year, through a program of conferences, exhibitions and workshops, KIKK Festival will analyze how art and science collide in contemporary culture with new waves of artists exploring the physical pheno-menons of light, radio, acoustic, magnetic, water or matter waves interferences. Interfering also means to come into opposition. Numerous activists, critical designers are scrambling systems to denounce in-trusive practices or policies, others condemn mass surveillance and question privacy issues. Design and economy are also concerned by the subject: a disruptive product, practice or market, can be first seen as an interference before being considered as a new model of disruptive innovation.

Fondation Gluon


Gluon is an organisation that realizes projects on the crossing borders of visual art, research and industry. For the realisation of its programme Gluon is supported by an extensive network of national and international research institutes, museums, public authorities, businesses and artists. Five partners are currently involved in its operation ab initio: the Research Institute iMinds, Erasmus Hogeschool Brussel, iMAL, BOZAR and ZEBRASTRAAT.

Since its inception, GLUON, a Brussels-based non-profit organization has raised awareness of global challenges. A flourishing society builds on balanced interaction between humans, both their technological achievements and the natural environment upon which we depend. Interactions between experts from different disciplines & industries and artists are vital in a common search for solutions to the often dangerous challenges that affect this vital feedback system.  To this end, GLUON will develop a platform that maximizes collaborations, confrontations and collisions between artists, researchers, industrialists, young people and active citizens.

GLUON aims to connect artists with researchers in universities, national and international research institutions and companies, at the same time as supporting residencies for scientists in artists’ studios. These interactions can lead to artistic and philosophical outcomes or innovative ideas, services and products in non-artistic sectors such as education, health care, ecology, cultural diplomacy and community building. GLUON seeks to form alliances with a growing number of partners such as cultural institutions & public museums, universities, research institutes, colleges, companies and secondary schools. The results of residences showcase and reinforce GLUON’s policy through an educational STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics) program for young people in Brussels and abroad.



iMAL (interactive Media Art Laboratory), is a non-profit association created in Brussels in 1999, with the objective to support artistic forms and creative practices using computer and network technologies as their medium. In 2007, iMAL opened its new venue: a Centre for Digital Cultures and Technology of about 600m2 for the meeting of artistic, scientific and industrial innovations. A space entirely dedicated to contemporary artistic and cultural practices emerging from the fusion of computer, telecommunication, network and media.



For the last ten years, Artist Project has supported artists, technicians and cultural producers in the Brussels-Capital Region in the building of their professional project. Artist Project’s main missions consist in supporting the development and realization of artistic projects, as well as providing legal and practical information



LAb[au] is the artists trio Manuel Abendroth, Jérôme Decock and Els Vermang.  They question contemporary aesthetics and semiotics, though an algorithmic and conceptual thinking while bringing into play geometry, colour, light and motion. LAb[au] presented their work at Musee d’Art Contemporain (Montreal, 2015), MOMA (New York, 2014), Biennale di Venezia (Venice, 2013), Seoul Museum of Art (Seoul, 2013), Witte de With (Rotterdam, 2006), New Museum (New York, 2003)… and many more. They realised several permanent artworks and their artworks are part of public and private collections all over the world.

Nicolas Wierinck




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