Final day of Artefact music festival 2018 with Alessandro Cortini, Wouter Dewit, Hantrax, Handless DJ, Stijn Demeulenaere and Yannick Franck.
More than five years ago, Kong & Gratts started ensemble, then a series of club nights in the Belgian capital. Since then, it's evolved into a podcast series and vinyl label (distributed by Amsterdam mainstay Rush Hour).
In parallel with the installation in the exhibition This Rare Earth - Stories from Below, the documentary THE CONGO TRIBUNAL will be screened two times in Ci
Cleantech solutions are becoming more and more important in the transition towards a low-carbon economy. In this, the extraction and recycling of critical metals is essential. But what with the image of the material industry?
In This Rare Earth - Stories from Below, Justin Bennett presents Vilgiskoddeoayvinyarvi: Wolf Lake on the Mountains, a multimedia installation about the world’s deepest man-made hole on earth; the more than 12km deep Kola Super-Deep
In the context of Artefact 2018: This Rare Earth - Stories from Below Prof. dr.
On the 5th of November 2015, a dam containing toxic mining waste collapsed in the mountains of the Brazilian mining region Minas Gerais. A devastating flood of mud destroyed several villages before flowing into the four hundred miles long river Rio Doce.
Dutch pianist Joep Beving made his Belgian debut last year at 30CC's Stille Nacht with Jan Swerts. The enchanting pieces for piano from the album Solipsism were greatly appreciated by the public.