Rooms of Resonance celebrates life and beauty, while questioning how to connect with the self, the other and the world in these disruptive times. Through stages of pleasure, discomfort, regeneration and contemplation, Rooms of Resonance is conceived as an upward movement that starts from the body and gradually journeys into a transformative mental process.
The exhibition’s title was inspired by the work of German sociologist Hartmut Rosa (Resonance, a Sociology for the relation to the World, Polity Press, 2021). Rosa developed his resonance theory as an alternative to the alienation of materialism. Resonance can be achieved when we are driven by empathy, compassion and understanding.
Curators: Benedicte Goesaert and Chantal Pattyn
Artists: Adriano Amaral, Joël Andrianomearisoa, Gabriele Beveridge, Cecilia Bjartmar Hylta, Mohamed Bourouissa, Lucia Bru, Giorgio Andreotta Calò, Mathew Cerletty, Julian Charrière, Clément Cogitore, Laurent Da Sylva, N. Dash, Jacqueline De Jong, Michael Dean, Svenja Deininger, Edith Dekyndt, Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel, Fernanda Fragateiro, João Gabriel, Dimitar Genchev, Nadia Guerroui, Camille Henrot, Hudinilson Jr., Krištof Kintera, Maria Kley, Ícaro Lira, Ella Littwitz, George Henry Longly, Luciana Magno, Gohar Martirosyan, Rachel Monosov, Michèle Morgan, Musa N. Nxumalo, Gabriel Orozco, Max Pinckers & Alexis Gautier, Richard Prince, Laure Prouvost, Louis-Cyprien Rials, Ry Rocklen, Ed Ruscha, Anri Sala, Tomás Saraceno, Raja Babu Sharma, Lucie Stahl, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Ayesha Sultana, Jirō Takamatsu, Wolfgang Tillmans, Cléo Totti, Margo Wolowiec, Trevor Yeung, Yunyao Zhang.
Opening Saturday 15.04.23
Tuesdays to Saturdays, 2pm > 6pm (by appointment only)
Exhibition until Sunday 01.10.23
Quai du Commerce, 7
1000 Brussels (BE)
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