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Publishing: Artists Print IX at BRASS

Friday to Sunday Brussels

Artists Print, founded by Jeunesses & Arts Plastiques (JAP) nine years ago, once more takes over the stunning industrial rooms of BRASS this weekend to showcase an impressive selection of independent European paper publications including self-published artists’ books and other micro-publications, some of them signed and numbered. With creations by Bulk Art Books, Egon Van Herreweghe, Plagiarama, Ramsdam Books, and others.

Finissage & performance: Marius Ritiu at DMW gallery

Saturday, 23 October Antwerp

Saturday is the last day to discover the exhibition “Is there anybody out there?” by Romanian-born artist Marius Ritiu. The show closes with a performance by the artist, in which he will “communicate with the cosmos” through the sound waves generated by dancer Emilija Dūdaitė. The title of the exhibition is based on a quote by Nikola Tesla; it questions geographical and mental borders while celebrating the world in all its complexity and ambiguity.

Music: Limite at Le Lac

Saturday, 23 October, 21h00 Brussels

Real life concerts are back! Belgian five-piece Limite invites you to discover their musical universe this Saturday evening at Brussels art space Le Lac. The band’s brand new album “Mountains Inside the Lake” features post rock soundscapes mixing jazz and alternative rock.

Theatre: Pleasant Island at Brigittines

Saturday, 23 October Brussels

“Pleasant Island” is a fascinating and timely piece of documentary theatre capturing the tragic, post-apocalyptic setting of Nauru, a small island hiding in the Pacific Ocean threatened by an ever rising sea level, decimated by colonization, capitalism, migration and ecology. Highly interesting and thought-provoking.

Opening: Mirthe Klück at Fred & Ferry gallery

Sunday, 24 October Antwerp

“Moon White Rabbit”, opening this Sunday at Antwerp’s Fred & Ferry gallery, presents a selection of works by Dutch artist Mirthe Klück including paintings, sculptural work and a publication. She references well-known icons and products from our collective memory, playing with everyday scenes while questioning attention spans and perceptions.

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