Brussels, the multifaceted and interdisciplinary capital, comes to light at the Palais de Tokyo.
Over the weekend of September 3 & 4, 2016, more than 30 artists, comprising visual artists, performers, choreographers and video makers based in Brussels, will be invited to the Palais de Tokyo by Indiscipline, selected by a curatorial team of WIELS (Brussels' contemporary art centre) , Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Performing Arts Festival) and the Wallonie-Bruxelles Théâtre/Danse agency. Coming from around 15 different countries, these artists will present works from diverse crossover disciplines, pushing a number of our symbolic, physical, cultural and linguistic boundaries.
Within the space of a few years, Brussels has turned into an international platform dedicated to emerging artists and to artistic experimentation. Artists from all around the world gather there to find a breeding ground in which to showcase their talents. Characterized by their artistic risks, local artists don’t seem to share any common ground, other than their undisciplined nature and their interdisciplinary bias.
Danai Anesiadou, Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Harald Thys & Erik Thys
Films & videos
Sanaz Azari, Sammy Baloji & Filip De Boeck, Manon de Boer, Les Soeurs h, Eleni Kamma, Joachim Olender, Benoît Platéus, Louise Vanneste, Emmanuel Van der Auwera
Dance & performances
Jacques André, Léa Drouet & Clément Vercelletto, Mette Edvardsen, Ben Fury & Louise Michel Jackson & Rodolphe Coster, Youness Khoukhou & Pierre Droulers, Leslie Mannès & Sitoïd & Vincent Lemaître, Steven Michel, Hana Miletić, Radouan Mriziga, Ayelen Parolin, Marnie Slater
Sébastien Lacomblez & l’Entreprise d’Optimisation du Réel, Julien Maire
Projects in public spaces
Younes Baba-Ali, Ann Veronica Janssens, Sarah Vanhee
Indiscipline is an initiative of the Minister of Promotion of Brussels Mr Rachid Madrane, carried out by visit.brussels in collaboration with WIELS, Kunstenfestivaldesarts and Wallonie-Bruxelles Théâtre/Danse.
With the support of Thlays and Les Inrockuptibles.