Horst Art Lab

Horst Festival

A week-long gathering of artists, curators and researchers whose practice revolves around developing art in peripheral contexts and forging authentic and co-authored methodologies of participatory art. We aim to research art as an instigator for social cohesion, ecologic transformation and decolonisation. The context of Asiat, Vilvoorde will be our testing ground. The Art Lab consists of guest lectures, workshops and group discussions, as well as a visit to several art institutions in Brussels.


1 – 9 August 2020


Vilvoorde, Belgium


How can contemporary artistic practices become resourceful tools for social cohesion?


Claire Bishop, Diana Campbell Betancourt, Britta Peters, Aude Christel Mgba, Jeremy Hutchison, Fiona Hallinan, Filip Van Dingenen, Anne Pontégnie and others.


KU Leuven


The lab costs € 350 per participant.

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