do technology and science affect the relationship between man and nature in the
city? Designers, artists, entrepreneurs and scientists present concrete
projects that transcend the sense of defeatism that surrounds ecology. Small,
surprising and unprecedented revolutions that inspire reflection and generate
The Green Light District, with artworks by Alberto Baraya (co) / Nick Ervinck (be) / Lucas Foglia (us) / Brandon Ballengée (us) / Annemarie Maes (be) / David Bowen (us) / t.o.p. office (be) / Maja Smrekar (si) / Peter De Cupere (be) / Bart Stolle (be) / Futurefarmers (us) / Next Nature (nl) /Honoré d’O (be) / Raphael Kim (uk) / Mattia Casalegno (it) / Martin Uit den Bogaard (nl) / Koen Vanmechelen (be) / Eduardo Kac (us) / Heath Bunting (uk) / Mass Moving (be) / Frederik Dewilde (be) ...
The Invisible Garden is a
large-scale installation by AnneMarie Maes. The garden is a remake of the Open
Air Laboratorium created by the artist on her rooftop in the center of
Brussels. The Invisible Garden is a sitespecific project that reverses the
relation between nature and art. The transitions between inside and outside,
culture and staged nature, become fluid and transitory.
Green Light District - from 8/11/2014 to 8/2/2015
on saturday 8 november 2014 at 8pm with a concert by Yves DeMey
sunday from 10:30 to 12:30 : Under the Green Light (workshops, lectures, labs)
Factory - Dam 2, Kortrijk - Belgium