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'PLANT B' at Molenbeek Skulptuure Parc, Brussels

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If plan A is biodiversity that we understand as ‘real nature’ where Gaia is in equilibrium and somewhat predictable, Plant B is the bio-technos- phere we’re currently entering where technological and biological processes are fast paced and unpre- dictable. At a time when climate change and tech- nology are remaking our planet and habitat at expo- nential growth rates, biosphere and technosphere merge in a manmade world beyond man’s control. In Plant B, the art will not just be on display but also in interplay with the forces already at play in the urban environment of Brussels. The artworks are not only exhibited in but also exposed to their surroundings.

— Toke Lykkeberg

8.9.17 —30.11.17

Maiken Bent, Benedikte Bjerre, Jonathan Boutefeu, Aline Bouvy, Carl Mannov, Xavier Mary, Marthe Ramm Fortun, Antoine Renard, Clémence de La Tour du Pin, Philippe Van Wolputte

Curated by Komplot & Toke Lykkeberg

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