The MADmusée is a guest at the Théâtre de Liège
Located in the heart of the Parc d’Avroy in Liège, the MADmusée is an institution which was created by the association Créahm (Créativité et handicap mental, asbl). It houses a very unique collection which belongs to the field of the Art Brut Contemporain. The location of the MADmusée is being remodelled, so it has the occasion to organise exhibitions outsides its walls and share its work specificity in other places and with other publics. The mix made by music and theatre is born out of a mutual curiosity, of the closeness between both artistic approaches built on the reality, and out of their common willingness to share their art with everyone.
Artists who invade the space, who create their environment to be on their own, to reassure themselves, to open up, to express themselves. Artists who work in three dimensions in a zone in development. Artists who push the limits of physical borders.
These spatial units, which are sometimes very organised, very destructured, sometimes rigid and strong, sometimes fragile and shaking, are reflecting singular universes.
Hendrik Heffinck (B) recovers, gleans, assembles and collects.
Pascal Tassini (B) cuts, steals, ties and assembles.
Selbermann (D) gathers, colours, preserves.
Nnena Kalu (UK) paints, pastes, papers.
From Belgian, German and British workshops, these four artists had never been in an exhibition together. This exhibition gives them the opportunity to take over a space in the Salle des Pieds Légers, divided equally between them, and to conceive an installation there after a week of work.
Vernissage on Tuesday 15.03 at 6pm
Accessible during opening hours at the box office
From Tuesday to Saturday, from 12pm to 6pm + Sunday if there is a show at the Theatre
The educational service offers different visit alternatives for this exhibition for individuals, schools, associations…Activities are also organised inside the schools!
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MADmusée : firstname.lastname@example.org –www.madmusee.be – 04 222 32 95
- Free entrance